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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit

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347w ago - Here are some new images of Bandai Namco's celshaded fighting game Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit for PS3 and Xbox 360, the game will be released in 2008.

More pics can be seen at the link up top!
 

Our Ten Most Awaited Games Of 2008

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347w ago - With 2007 almost over, it's time to turn to the future: 2008, the year where we'll finally get both rocket packs and flying cars! Also, new videogames. Here are the games we're most looking forward to in the coming 12 months. Feel free to add your own most-awaited titles in our comment section.

Grand Theft Auto 4 -- It would be impossible to make a list of the most anticipated games of the year without including this one. Can it live up to the hype? We'll find out in a few months.

Wii Fit -- Yeah, it's not a hardcore game for your hardcore types, but we got to try out the balance board at E3, and we think Nintendo is definitely onto something with this game/peripheral. Mark our words, you're gonna want this one.

Duke Nukem Forever -- Ha, ha. j/k. This probably isn't coming out ever, but we're still excited. We're optimists like that.

Metal Gear Solid 4 -- What even needs to be said about this? A next-gen metal gear, gotta-have-it system seller for the PlayStation 3? Yeah, buddy!

Mario Kart -- The Wii was designed for this first-party killer party game.

Spore -- Wil Wright's universe simulator could be either the most ambitious, funnest game ever made or the most ambitious, boring game ever, but we have our fingers crossed.

Super Smash...
 

PlayStation Tips #4 - DLNA media server

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347w ago - Some of you may have heard the term "DLNA" on this blog or elsewhere, and the term has been discussed recently with the 2.10 firmware update that added DivX video support.

For those who aren't familiar or want a refresher, DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance - it's basically a group of companies developing technology to make it easier to share videos, music, and photos between devices. PS3 is DLNA-compliant, so the system can "talk" to your PC and access media files on your PC's hard drive. There are multiple ways to setup DLNA on your PC, and Eric Lempel covered one of them here. Another great option is TVersity.

What's cool about PS3's DLNA feature is that it's not limited to your living room. Combine the feature with Remote Play, and you can play back media files using your PSP wherever there's a Wi-Fi hotspot.

If you're traveling for the holidays and you're stuck at the airport, DLNA and Remote Play won't make your delay any shorter, but it can certainly make the time go by faster.
 

If video-game companies want 2008 success, they should look to 2007 failures

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347w ago - Usually I round up the worst video games of the year. But why should I bash "Transformers" and other lackluster titles at this point? Most bad games don't sell well, or they're already forgotten.

What's more important now, the slowest period of the year for new releases, is to look ahead at 2008 and to chronicle disappointing moments of 2007, in hopes that game makers will stop doing stupid stuff.

•Maddening fumbles: "Madden NFL 08" looks beautiful. It plays sweet, mostly. But "08" came with more fumbles and interceptions than ever. Defenses are beefed up. Offenses have buttery fingers. This makes things more realistically challenging, because you can't toss ill-advised passes without repercussions. Fine. Sure. Whatever. I haven't played "Madden" much. Don't plan to.

•Game testing fell short: Before a game is released, testers play through them, of course. But not only did testers drop the ball on "Madden" fumbling, they didn't find troubles with a few other big titles. (Or, possibly, game designers didn't listen enough to testers' complaints.) The most disappointing experience of 2007 came in "Spider-Man 3," a downfall that should have been caught during the testing process.

It's great fun until halfway through, when it becomes unfathomably...
 

'Dracula: Origin' - 4 New Screens

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347w ago - Frogwares' Dracula: Origin is a gothic adventure game, where you, as Professor Van Helsing, are devoted to the elimination of Dracula. Preventing Dracula from finding and using the antediluvian manuscript; you must help everyone who crossed paths with the count and refused to serve him.

How did Dracula become a vampire? He was a passionate, deeply religious man, but was broken by his wife's suicide; the soul of the woman he worshipped was damned! Crazy with grief and rage, he damned himself by choosing the Devil. He hid the profound suffering of the loss of his love and became an immortal monster, devoted to destruction. His inconsolable sorrow and his infinite hate carry him to search eternally for revenge; thus, he discovers that there exists somewhere an antediluvian manuscript with the details of a ritual , a ritual that would show how to awaken the infernal souls. At last, Dracula thinks he has found the way to bring back to life his love from beyond... for starters.

You are Professor Van Helsing, and your life is devoted to the elimination of Dracula. You must prevent Dracula from finding and using the manuscript; you must help everyone who crossed paths with the count and refused to serve him; you must eliminate Count Dracula.

Using conventional point & click gameplay, Dracula: Origin...
 
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