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Total Overdose Devs Reveal Faith and a .45

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360w ago - Denmark based Total Overdose and Chili Con Carnage developer Deadline Games has announced its latest next-gen shooter, Faith and a .45, promising "an original take on the Great Depression" with its Bonnie and Clyde-esque storyline.

Deadline says the game is a "gritty, cross-country epic" featuring a "heavy focus on characters, co-operative gameplay, road movie storytelling, and cinematic aesthetics."

Faith and a .45 tells the story of "two outlaw lovers destined to go down in history," Luke and Ruby, who will battle "an oppressive enemy force, led by a ruthless, corrupt oilman who's out for their blood."

Though no further details have yet been announced, the company says it will be revealing more on the game to selected publishers at this year's GDC.

Said Deadline CEO Chris Mottes, "Since we at Deadline have our roots in movie production, we value original stories, settings and characters very highly. Our previous games are testament to this, but we believe Faith is going to take our creative might to a whole new level."
 

Ninja Gaiden 2 will not be multi-platform

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360w ago - EGM have for some bizarre reason published their latest magazine with a rumour or typo that Ninja Gaiden 2 will be on both the Xbox 360 and PS3. This would be a small victory for the PS3 if it were true but it is not. Ninja Gaiden 2 is being published by Microsoft Games Studios, this means that they will decide what happens.

The last time I checked Microsoft do not want their competition to have access to their anticipated exclusives. So if the PS3 were to see another Ninja Gaiden game it would be in the vein of Ninja Gaiden Sigma, a long time after the original release. Sorry PS3Fanboys, it's not going to happen. As a symbolic and graphic representation let this picture demonstrate the status of this rumour. The semi official word from Microsoft is past the break.

To add further weight to the argument the Preview Editor for EGM has said that it was infact a typo here.
 

The PS2 Lives!

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360w ago - The Greatest Generation looks forward to its golden years.

Postpone the decorative-coffin-pillow shopping and drop out of your creative-epitaph writing classes; the old PS2 ain't dead. Despite the prognoses of many well-meaning analysts, the little console that helped you ring in the new millennium seven years ago may just make it through 2008. The sharp increase in both gas prices and the speed at which our female pop superstars age may tell us that we're living in a far different world than the year 2000, but one fact remains: Like all good things worth bingeing on, the PS2 is cheap and plentiful.

While the PS2 does lack the "oomph" of the new generation of consoles, when looking at the system's future release list, there's something to be said about the active life of seniors. The groundbreaking, blockbuster games of tomorrow, with their accompanying Internet arguments already going strong, obviously won't grace the meager PS2. However, the past few months have seen a few modestly awesome titles hit the little black box, and the next couple of months will see a few more. So don't go overboard and carve your old PS2 into a crudely fashioned Wii stand or take it out to the shooting range to see what its insides look like; the old boy could make it to next Christmas.

Before this celebration...
 

2 Days 2 Vegas Gameplay Demo video

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360w ago - Here is the first look at 2 Days 2 Vegas in motion.

Enjoy!

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Spiders in Controllers

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360w ago - Poisonous spiders have been found in video game controller made in Mexico and South American countries. So far no deaths have been reported but seven people in the United States, and three in Japan, were treated for potentially deadly bites. That number is expected to rise in the next few months due to systems purchased as Christmas presents.

By far the most vicious creature found in the controllers is the Clawskull Screaming Spider. This little monster lies in wait between the cracks of the buttons for a sweaty finger to pass by. Then it sinks its jagged fangs into the flesh and tears at it until it rips off a section, leaving the bone exposed. Those that have been attacked say the pain is unimaginable. Although it's named the "Screaming Spider," it's incredible stealthy and silent. It's the victim that does the screaming. You won't know it's there until part of your finger is missing.

Having video game components manufactured in Mexico and South American countries allows huge corporations to realize tremendous profits by taking advantage of the cheap labor wages. It's not the manufacturing of the items, it's the assembly that costs the most, in terms of wages for employees. It's cheaper to pay for hundreds of employees in third-world countries than it is to invest in an automated robotic...
 
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