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Lost Planet: New Screenshots & Artwork

Lost Planet: New Screenshots & Artwork 50°
375w ago - Capcom has released new images of it's upcoming PLAYSTATION 3 version of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, along with one new piece of artwork, shown above. Prepare to be shocked though, for once, an image doesn't have blue. Enjoy!

More screenshots can be seen at the link at the top of this story!

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway new gameplay footage

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway new gameplay footage 50°
375w ago - Over 7 minutes long new gameplay footage from Gearbox's highly anticipated WWII shooter.

It's all new footage showing of environments not yet seen in any other gameplay videos.

Video can be seen HERE, but the person talking about the game isn't in English. However, the video itself is in the English language.

Resistance 2 Trademarked by SCEA

Resistance 2 Trademarked by SCEA 50°
375w ago - You know that game you've been working on, with the WWII aliens? Well, if you were planning on calling it Resistance 2, then you'd better think again. Last week Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. filed to trademark the name Resistance 2.

Last month we reported that Resistance 2 was ready for it's pre-Alpha testing stage. Combined with the trademark information, what does this mean exactly? Just that there is a likely chance for a sequel to Resistance. It does not verify the game exists, but does provide good evidence that Insomniac Games is working on a sequel.

To read the filing visit the US Patent and Trademark Office's Web site or check out trademork.com.

Guitar Hero 3 is broken

Guitar Hero 3 is broken 50°
375w ago - Sad but true folks. A design flaw with the new Les Paul controller means that it may be almost impossible to grab all of the achievements from the Xbox 360 version. And the PS3 version? It suffers the same problems apparently.

I've been a huge fan of the Guitar Hero series since it arrived on the 360 back in April this year. Incredibly frustrating to begin with, I soon learned that the only way to progress was the learn how to use the controller correctly. The Gibson X-Plorer guitar is possibly one of the most sturdy gaming peripherals I've ever owned, having been used daily since it's arrival (and really put through it's paces on some occasions!) it's never given me the slightest bit of bother. Having never attempted a multi-player game, I was eager to get Guitar Hero 3 on release to have two guitars available - it now seems that dream has been shattered too.

The new Les Paul controller certainly took a bit of getting used to, but with a little time it grew on me. I prefered the smaller form factor and the lighter feeling fret buttons to the more plastic feel of the previous guitar. Two player Guitar Hero was good to go - well, for a while anyway.

One evening, I noticed I was faring particularly badly. If you are anything like me, a bad night on Guitar Hero can be just a tad frustrating....

'Fortune' worth its weight in gold

'Fortune' worth its weight in gold 50°
375w ago - As I made my way through the beautifully lush jungles of "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" I couldn't shake an overwhelming sense of déjà vu. I was enjoying every minute of it, yet it all felt so familiar.

While dangling precariously from a cliff, timing my next jump, I thought of games like "Tomb Raider" and "Prince of Persia." As I ran and ducked behind cover so I could pop up take out my targets, I had visions of "Gears of War." And when the game's protagonist Nathan Drake complained about what a mess he'd gotten himself into, I thought back to Indiana Jones moaning about how much he hates snakes.

Spend even one hour with "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" and you're bound to have more flashbacks than an acid junkie.

Yet despite this, the game feels fresh and exciting. And though no one particular element of "Uncharted" stands out as being hugely creative or ground-breaking, everything fits together well to create one of the best titles for the PlayStation 3.

Players control treasure hunter Nathan Drake, the descendant of 16th century English privateer, navigator and slave trader Sir Francis Drake. Nathan manages to stumble upon Francis' diary, which purports to show the location of El Dorado, the city of gold. Along with his partner Victor Sullivan...

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