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Wal-Mart confirms $100 PS3 gift card YES, even MGS4 bundle

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318w ago - We have confirmed with Wal-Mart Corporate Communications that the company is currently offering a $100 gift card this week with the purchase of any Blu-ray player.

This applies to all PS3s, including the Metal Gear Solid 4 PS3 bundle available tomorrow. This re-confirms the information and documentation one of our reliable sources gave us two weeks ago.

After we made sure to ask about the MGS4 bundle this morning, Melissa O'Brien, a spokeswoman for Wal-Mart, told us, "Any Blu-ray player. Blu-ray. All of them."

She said that the deal is quite explicit in the Wal-Mart flyer for this week (an image of which we've placed after the break), and the deal is both online and in stores. We hope this clears up any confusion on the matter.
 

Subscribe To Qore Online Magazine, Get Calling All Cars Free

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318w ago - It appears Sony is itching to get PS3 owners signed up for its newly launched Qore magazine.

For a limited time only, those who purchase an annual subscription ($24.99) to the online-based magazine can download David Jaffe's debut PSN title Calling All Cars completely free of charge. That's a $10 dollar value.

Most casual online users still are far from sold on Qore, but offering incentives for signing up is always a great move.
 

Buy a Blu-ray Player at Wal-Mart and get a $100 Gift Card

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319w ago - Wal-Mart is set to start an "aggressive" Blu-ray promotion from June 8-14, 2008.

Consumers who purchase any Blu-ray player in its stores during the period will get a $100 Wal-Mart gift card.

Wal-Mart has also increased the brands of Blu-ray players it sells, adding Magnavox, Samsung and Panasonic, and it will sell select Blu-ray movie titles for $15 starting June 8, including "3:10 to Yuma," "Shooter" and "300."
 

Dead Space Producer Glen Schofield wants to Scare You

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319w ago - EA's Executive Producer Glen Schofield on Dead Space admits to getting a thrill out of putting the fear into gamers.

In this interview he talks about the challenges of pacing 16 hours of game play with enough scary moments and staking claim to the sci-fi horror-survival genre.

Das Gamer: As the creator of a horror game, what actually scares you?

Glen Schofield: Spiders. I hate them. Not sure its fear, probably more hate, but I don't like them.

What scares you when it comes to games?

Glen Schofield: The atmosphere, the unknowing. What's around the next corner, the adjacent room, that closet? With games I know it can come at you from any angle. In movies it's going to be where the camera is pointed.

What do you think the difference is in creating something that scares a gaming audience versus an audience going to see the next edition of Saw?

Glen Schofield: With a movie the director can frame the scene, point the camera and set everything up just perfectly for the scare. In games you have to be prepared for the player to miss moments, to come into them differently than you planned or just see a glimpse of it. We have to think out every scare moment from a hundred different perspectives and scenarios.

In addition, a...
 

Carmen Electra Wii Pole Dancing Game

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323w ago - Peekaboo poledancing are proud to announce their latest toy- Pole dancing for the Wii! In a press release on the moocow store they said:

"In response to recent speculation, we are pleased to confirm that Peekaboo is in talks to develop a game for the Nintendo Wii that meets mainstream demand for the fun and fitness benefits of pole dancing.

With pole dancing classes springing up in gyms and health clubs across Europe and the USA, the number of women seeking the body-sculpting and fat-burning effects of this aerobic form of exercise has never been greater.

While the Peekaboo Wii game is still in the developmental stage, it can be confirmed that it will not involve Carmen Electra, the inspiration behind our recent Electra Pole Professional Pole Kit.

Peekaboo and its partners are focussed on using Wii friendly hardware to make aerobic pole dancing instantly accessible just as Guitar Hero did for rock'n'roll.

Men and women of all shapes and sizes will be encouraged to work on improving their skills, with the firm focus on fun and fitness as per the core brand values of Nintendo Wii.

More soon..."
 
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