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This Week In Game
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Did you offload an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 at Circuit City while the retailer was imploding? If you did, we hope you wiped your personal details from the machine. Because Circuit City didn’t.
Nintendo are making money off the Wii. We know. But if you’re not Nintendo, and you’re planning on releasing a Wii game (or re-releasing a PS2 game), how many do you need to sell?
As we posted earlier, Sony told us it was planning a big announcement for Tuesday. Today is Tuesday, and Sony has made its announcement. (Hint, this Target ad already announced it.)
I’m not normally hot for console mods, as they’re often ugly, pointless or both. But this Dreamcast one catches my eyes because, well, it’s so damn eye-catching.
Japanese game company Capcom has announced that it has repealed the company’s retirement benefit system for corporate directors and corporate auditors. This was decided at a Board of Directors meeting today.
Sony Pictures Television want to make money off this while iPhone gaming craze thing. So they’re releasing a number of games based on Sony properties, like Ghostbusters and James Bond.
Last week, we broke word that Microsoft would soon reach one million Xbox 360s sold in Japan. By soon, we meant this week, because that’s what has been announced today.
Much was made of Microsoft’s attempt at gestating a user-created gaming platform on the 360 with their Community Games service. But six months on from launch, how well is it faring?
Final Fantasy XIII is a multi-platform title. In the West, it’s being released on the PLAYSTATION 3 and Xbox 360. In Japan, it’s not.