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Insomniac working with Microsoft?

At GDC, whispers have said that Insomniac Games has gone multiplatform.  For a long time they have been working with Sony making the Spyro, Ratchet and Clank and the Resistance series.  All of which are very popular franchises. 

Now it seems that they are trying to expand their horizon and release their games on multiple platforms, so what does this mean for their series?  Spyro has already been released on the Nintendo before and could go to the 360, but let’s be honest Spyro hasn’t been a high demand game in the last few years.  Both the Resistance’s games, and all the Ratchet and Clank games, have been published by Sony in the past, so the chances of these beloved series being used by Microsoft are very slim. 

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For many fans of the original SOCOM series you’ll be glad to hear that we know have some information about the upcoming title Zipper Interactive SOCOM 4.  This time it looks like they plan to take the single player campaign a step up from the first three games and make it much more enjoyable this time around.  Apparently a militant revolutionary has taken control of a South Asian country and it’s up to you and your squad of five elite soldiers to stop them.  The single-player experience will take place you through many different environments including jungle and urban environments.

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PlayStation Network Plus Advantages

With the addition of Playstation Network Plus for the PS3 people have been wondering what advantages they would get from going to a free online experience, to one you would have to pay for.  Well today James Thorpe, PSN’s Product Manager, has started to get into specific perks the Plus member will have.  Here are […]

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Aliens vs. Predator

Those three words sum up the entire premise behind Sega’s latest foray into the mature gaming world as they continue to try to distance themselves from a certain blue rodent. Aliens vs. Predator, the latest addition into a series that has been beaten to death with new iterations of the same name on nearly every system dating back over a decade, returns with what they are claiming is a brand new story, but is really just a rehashed version of the same old one Rebellion Developments and other developers have been pushing out for what seems like forever with this series.

Like in the previous installments of the game, this version of Aliens vs. Predator gives you the opportunity to take control of three different factions and play through their respective story lines. Unlike previous installments of the game though where there were three completely different story arcs, these three story arcs all interconnect.

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BioWare reveals new DLC for Dragon Age: Origins

BioWare have revealed the next DLC chapter in their epic fantasy RPG, Dragon Age: Origins, to attendees at Comic-Con. The new chapter, entitled “Golems of Amgarrak,” will allow the player to explore new areas in the world of Ferelden, in an effort to rescue a lost Dwarven mining party, and, more than likely, encounter Golems.

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Socom 4 Pushed Back to 2011

The title says it all really; Socom is being pushed back to early 2011.  Obviously it isn’t too much of a push but it is still disappointing.  For anyone cursing out Zipper for making you wait longer, just think about how angry you would be if you got the game earlier and it had a lot of bugs or didn’t feel polished, so whenever a game pushes its release back for the benefit of quality it’s kind of a good thing.  They want to take the time to make the perfect for all of their fans before it comes out.

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The Week of July 11th in Nintendo Downloads

So the weekly article of DSiware downloads took a month-long vacation and picked up some extra baggage once it got back. Now the article will feature Wiiware and Virtual Console downloads as well, although, unfortunately, there are no Virtual Console releases this week. Here’s the list of downloads, straight from Nintendo. This summer season is […]

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