Impressions of Dragon Quest X Online

If Japan was going to have an ‘official national game’, it would definitely be Dragon Quest. Dragon Quest is really, REALLY popular here. How popular, you ask? The Japanese Government at one time had to pass a law that said Dragon Quest games could only be released on the weekend. …

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Nintendo Power Will Soon Be Shutting Down *UPDATED*

It’s another sad day indeed in the video game magazine world, in that it’s been confirmed that Nintendo Power will soon be publishing its final issue. Nintendo Power has been one of the longest-running video game magazines in the country. It started out as a bi-monthly publication in the summer …

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Dead or Alive 5 Director Believes That Shenmue’s Ryo Would be an Ideal Addition

With the release of Team Ninja’s Dead or Alive 5 rapidly approaching, producer Yousuke Hayashi announced that not all the game’s characters are yet revealed. Characters from the Dead or Alive and possibly more from the Virtua Fighter series may pop up within the coming weeks. Not only that, but …

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Zelda’s Hyrule Historia Coming to U.S. Shores

Legend of Zelda fans everywhere can now rejoice as the initially Japan-only release of the series’ Hyrule Historia encyclopedia, will now become officially available outside of Japan at the end of January 2013. Hyrule Historia is THE guide on everything you want to know about Legend of Zelda, and will …

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The Trailers of Gamescom 2012

Well, the Gamescom show is being held this week in Europe, and a whole mess of cool new trailers has come out as result. Just like we did for E3, here are some cool trailers from the show that we thought you might like. Enjoy!   Remember Me (PS3/360): This game …

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