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Atari files for bankruptcy protection|
Video game company Atari SA said it filed for bankruptcy protection in Paris and New York on Monday after it failed to find a successor to main shareholder and sole lender BlueBay as it wrestles with tough market conditions.
'Dead Island Riptide's 'Zombie Bait' details unveiled|
The creators of the upcoming zombie action game Dead Island Riptide are taking considerable heat after unveiling the contents of the so-called "Zombie Bait" special edition of the game, which lands in Europe this April.
'Resident Evil: Revelations' to launch on more systems|
After the disappointing Resident Evil 6 crapped all over the hopes of longtime Resident Evil fans last fall, there's now a spot of bright light with the news that the Nintendo 3DS title Resident Evil: Revelations will be landing on the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and PC on May 21.
'Hawken' stunning, but gouges your wallet|
There's something about watching giant robots beating and shooting the crap out of each other that holds a special place in our collective pop-culture consciousness
'Seduce Me' breaks nudity taboo|
There's a moral double standard in mainstream entertainment, one that's most keenly felt in video games. Namely, it's perfectly OK to engage in all forms of graphic virtual violence, but if you show anything sexual ... well, it's game over.
'Power Rangers' game even worse than series|
About five minutes into a climactic battle - to use the words "climactic" and "battle" very loosely - with a many-mouthed monster called Splitface, I was ready to walk away from Power Rangers Super Samurai, a game that's even worse than "Kinect title based on kids' TV show" might suggest.
'Seduce Me' stimulates the brain|
It's probably not a shock that Amsterdam-based indie studio No Reply Games saw their debut title Seduce Me kicked off Steam, the ubiquitous digital download platform for PC and Mac games.
No 'Tomb Raider' for Wii U?|
Lara Croft has no love for the Wii U, it seems, with the development studio behind the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot saying a version of the game for Nintendo's new console is not likely. Man, this is not great news for Nintendo - with next-gen consoles from Microsoft and Sony expected to debut as early as this fall, a drop-off of third-party support
Sam Fisher returns in 'Splinter Cell Blacklist'|
The fate of the free world rests in the hands of one highly trained, exceptionally lethal American super-spy. And the fate of that American super-spy now rests in the hands of a bunch of folks in Toronto.
Recap of video game chat with Steve Tilley|
Check out the recap of our chat with QMI Agency's Steve Tilley where he gives us his hands-on impressions of The Last of Us and God of War: Ascension for the PS3, and Tearaway and Killzone: Mercenary for the PlayStation Vita.
Take your favourite PS3 character into battle|
We've seen the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale model before: a multi-player fighting game with plenty of bells and whistles, and enough random kills to make anyone titter like a stoned frat boy.
'Assassin's Creed III' more of the same|
Ever wanted to play a descendant in a long line of assassins who spends his time running along a seemingly endless wilderness brandishing tomahawks and rope darts? No? Well, then you may not want to play Assassin's Creed III as you'll find yourself doing that a lot.
'Far Cry 3' like a vacation in Hell|
Your flight got delayed and you missed your connection. The hotel messed up your reservation and you had to wait three hours to get into your suite. Your room service breakfast was cold. You found a cockroach in the bathtub.
Defend the Earth from aliens in 'XCOM'|
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a most curious artifact. In an era known for constant iteration on established formulas, 2K Games have somehow managed to put a faithful remake of one of PC gaming's most cherished strategy titles in front of the mass market, in the hopes that the tarted up presentation will convince enough dudebros to bite.
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'Hitman: Absolution' a killer title|
As a grumpy ol' gamer, I sometimes get up out of my rocking chair and angrily wave my cane at whippersnappers who have no appreciation for patience in video gaming. You kids and your sprinting space marines! Why, back in my day we waited five whole minutes in one spot just to suss out a guard's patrol pattern! And we liked it!