Spoiler: GTA IV Intro plus a little Game Play video!

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312w ago - Update: The previous videos were removed fairly quickly, but those who wish to see it can check it out via MetaCafe now linked below.

For those of you who like spoilers, someone has posted the 7 minute intro of GTA IV and a little bit of game play on YouTube and GameTrailers. Check it out below (if you just want to see the game play skip to 6:18).

Enjoy!




 

PS3 Video Download Service Launches Summer 2008

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312w ago - According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, which cites anonymous film studio executives, Sony is set to launch its online video download service later this summer.

As rumors have previously suggested, sources close to the LA Times say that the online store will closely integrated with Sony's PlayStation Network. Among the store's initial offerings are said to be movies and television shows.

It's no secret that a video store is coming. The only question is when. If this report is to be believed, the service will launch in summer. Which makes sense, considering the annual E3 Business and Media Summit kicks off in July.
 

Project Origin: New gameplay videos!

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313w ago - Two new videos have been released showing gameplay from the upcoming 'Project Origin'.

Hopefully this game will be more popular with PS3 users.

Project Origin is created by the same people who are behind the FPS/horror game F.E.A.R which proved to be a great hit on PC and X-Box 360, but didn't do as well on the PS3.

Hospital Trailer





Assasin Trailer





All current videos for 'Project Origin' can be found here!
 

The Top 10 Most Underrated Game Consoles List!

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313w ago - The road to modern videogames is littered with the corpses of noble game consoles who flew too high to the sun.

Here are the 10 best under-achievers of all-time:

Commodore 64:

Forget a PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, or Wii - the Commodore 64 was literally the first living-room computer. At one point, the TV-enabled desktop held 40% share of the PC market, more than IBM and Apple. But it also doubled as a nifty game console, so much in fact that its library and third-party support rivaled that of the NES at one time, this despite being released three years earlier. Good times!

Must-play games: Boulderdash, Defender of the Crown, Impossible Mission, Hardball, Ghosts & Goblins, Commando, Spy Hunter, Mrs. Pacman, Donkey Kong

Sega Saturn:

Though the short-lived Saturn would mark the beginning of Sega's hardware downfall, it was the system of choice for arcade junkies hoping to play Sega's stellar first-party efforts at home. It was also the first fifth-generation console to introduce gamers to true 32-bit graphics. While lacking the third-party support that both the PlayStation and N64 enjoyed, it was an imaginative system all the same.

Must-play games: Daytona USA, Virtua Cop, Virtua Fighter, Sega Rally, Panzer Dragoon, Nights

TurboGrafx-16:
 

The Top 10 Best Console Logos List!

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313w ago - When building a console, you'd better make sure it has a sweet logo. Here are the 10 greatest:

10. TurboGrafx-16

NEC wanted to drive home the point that its console packed 16 bits of fury. Thus, we have this beauty, which successfully communicates the system's power over its NES competitor. The machine didn't perform well in the States, but that's perfectly fine, since you can relive its best and worst offerings via Wii's Virtual Console.

9. Sega Saturn

Companies ballsy enough to name their system after a planet also need an out of this world logo. So Sega snatched Saturn from the heavens and then wrapped an S around it, just in case you assumed Nintendo was responsible for the machine. Too bad the Saturn died an early death. At least it gave us Panzer Dragoon Saga and Radiant Silvergun.

8. Xbox 360

The last thing Microsoft ever wants (aside from losing another billion) is for you to forget that its machines begin with X. There are three in the Xbox 360 logo, and while some may call them out for being silly, we appreciate the green and grey set against the white background, especially when we line up all of our 360 games on the bookshelf. And with the guide button, front and center, we're always reminded of the console's immediate accessibility.
 







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