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Fallout: New Vegas' DLC Dead Money will hit the PS3 and PC Feb 22nd.

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It was announced on the Bethesda blog today that Dead Money, the first DLC for Fallout: New Vegas would finally be released for PCs and PS3s on February 22nd. It was also announced that 3 more add-ons are on the way.

“This morning we’ve announced that Dead Money, the first game add-on for Fallout: New Vegas, is coming to PlayStation 3 (via PSN) and PC (via Steam and Direct2Drive) on Tuesday, February 22nd. Additionally, we will be releasing three additional add-on packs in the coming months. These packs will launch simultaneously on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

Square Announces Final Fantasy XIII-2 for 2012

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Despite the polarizing reception facing Square Enix with the release of Final Fantasy XIII last year, the famed publisher is returning to the well with a direct sequel, slated for release sometime during "next winter". Final Fantasy XIII-2 will be simultaneously released on both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Announced during Square Enix's 1st Production Department Premiere event in Tokyo yesterday, the game will release first in Japan later this year, with the American and European releases shortly after. 

Shuffle Time 015: Weekend at Bernio's

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Comic by Lizzy Dawson. January 12th, 2011.

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ESRB Wisely Tells Us Game Titled “Bulletstorm” Not Meant for Children

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In what I can only assume is another ace judgment by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board, the ESRB’s website announced today an M rating for the upcoming Epic Games project, citing intense violence, sexual themes, and the use of alcohol as justifications for the mature rating. Hilariously, the ESRB further embellished on their rating, stating:

Awkward Zombie: Impediment

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Comic by Katie Tiedrich. January 3rd, 2011.

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Review: Pac-man Championship Edition DX

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Waka, waka, waka, with extra features
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The “score attack” games that once populated arcades throughout the world have nearly all been replaced by level up systems, achievements/trophies, and movie-like story telling from the comfort of home. But with the advent of Xbox Live, the Playstation Network, and app phones the quest for the highest score is making its return, and Pac-Man Championship Edition DX is leading the charge on PSN and XBLA.

The “score attack” games that once populated arcades throughout the world have nearly all been replaced by level up systems, achievements/trophies, and movie-like story telling from the comfort of home. But with the advent of Xbox Live, the Playstation Network, and app phones the quest for the highest score is making its return, and Pac-Man Championship Edition DX is leading the charge on PSN and XBLA.

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Shuffle Time 013

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Comic by Lizzy Dawson. December 22nd, 2010.

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Top 5 Ways Fallout Needs to Evolve

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Because Fallout: New Vegas is so last month
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When I heard that Bethesda bought the rights to the Fallout IP and had begun working on Fallout 3, I was extremely wary.

When I heard that Bethesda bought the rights to the Fallout IP and had begun working on Fallout 3, I was extremely wary. After all, these were the same people responsible for the beautiful, albeit clumsy, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. When I actually played Fallout 3, most of my fears were either forgotten or assuaged. It was evident that the transition from top down 2D to first person 3D was both necessary and welcome.

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Review: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

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When in Rome…
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With only a year in between Assassin’s Creed II and Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, it is truly amazing just how much Ubisoft Montreal was able to refine this franchise’s gameplay.

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