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Bioshock set for a September PS3 release?

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345w ago - According to the latest issue of EGM (Electronic Gaming Monthly), Bioshock is set to be released on the PS3 this September.

The multi-award winning first person shooter is said to include all the downloadable content seen on the Xbox360 version as well as improved visuals over both 360 and PC versions.

One of the biggest selling xbox 360 games last year, Bioshock sold 490,900 copies in it's first month of release, and as of December 2007, it had sold 2million copies over both platforms.

The game recived wide critical acclaim, with Metacritc showing 96/100 for both the 360 and PC versions.
 

Wii Parental Control Reset Tool Available!

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345w ago - Marcan has released a quick little tool to obtain Parental Control password reset codes without having to call Nintendo.

Bushing found the code inside the system menu, and he converted it into a PSP script (Python Server Pages) which you can use on-line.

It should be of use for those who bought second-hand Wiis that were parental-locked.

Check it out here: http://wii.marcansoft.com/parental.psp
 

GTA 4 sets Guinness World Records!

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346w ago - Guinness World Records has announced that Grand Theft Auto IV has destroyed the competition by selling 3.6 million units and earning $310 million on its first day of release.

This feat has earned the game Guinness World Records for the Highest Grossing Video Game in 24 Hours and the Highest Revenue Generated by an Entertainment Product in 24 Hours.

GTA 4 has become the most profitable entertainment release of all-time, surpassing other video game, film and book releases.

The competition includes:

• Fastest-selling video game in 24 hours: Halo 3 at $170 million
• Fastest-selling theatrical movie in 24 hours: Spider-Man 3 at $60 million
• Fastest-selling book in 24 hours: Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows at $220 million
 

EA Games Label Sets Summer on Fire with Blockbuster Games

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346w ago - The temperature is rising this summer as the Electronic Arts Inc. Games Label gets ready to release eight action-packed titles from seven of the world's most critically acclaimed development studios including BioWare™, Criterion, DICE, EALA, Maxis™ and Pandemic™ as well as the revered EA partner Harmonix Music Systems, Inc., a company of MTV Networks.

Between May and September, the EA Games Label will launch a stunning line-up of titles that rivals any independent game publisher, with offerings that appeal to the explorer, adventurer, action junkie, creator and rock star in all of us.

This summer, whether playing on the Xbox 360™ videogame and entertainment system, PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system (PS3™), PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, PC, Mac, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS™ or mobile phone, players will fire up their gaming rigs and have some serious fun.

Players looking for action will hunt for the spoils of war while delivering over-top destruction in Battlefield: Bad Company™ and go for revenge in Venezuela in Mercenaries 2: World in Flames™. Those looking for world domination will control epic armies in Command & Conquer™ 3: Kane's Wrath, or for those more interested in conquering worlds beyond earth, they can explore the depths of space...
 

Call of Duty 5 not to be set in WWII?

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346w ago - The next Call of Duty game may not delve back into familiar WWII territory after all, as Activision CEO Mike Griffith reveals that the fifth game will take the series to a "new military theatre".

Despite rumours and strong reactions that the series would be returning to the over-used WWII era, Griffith revealed: "We'll bring the intensity of the recent Call of Duty: Modern Warfare title to a new military theatre to engage our significantly larger user base which nearly doubled last year as new users came into the franchise," according to Gamespot.

Another modern setting would get our vote (we're bored of those crappy 1940s guns and sluggish propeller-powered planes).

Griffith also revealed that the next James Bond game, in development as Treyarch, will use the CoD 4 engine, which is good news. The first good 007 game since GoldenEye? Maybe, just maybe...
 
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