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  • Seen on Youtube #1: Ralph Baer, The Father of Video Games

    Posted by on January 8, 2010 under News
    We owe a great deal of respect to Ralph Baer, he is such a pioneer on video games.  Without his hard work, vision of interacting with a TV and drive to make it happen, well, we would all probably be playing with Nintendo Hanafuda cards or a Sega Ball in a Cup (Sega, please, do not go and release "Ball in a Cup" for the Nintendo Wii). To kick off our first  Seen on Youtube, we are focusing on ... more.
  • Atlus Announces Hexyz Force™ For PSP®(PlayStation®Portable) System

    Posted by on January 8, 2010 under Portables
    IRVINE, CALIFORNIA -- JANUARY 7, 2010 -- Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today announced that it will bring Hexyz Force , a bold new RPG for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system courtesy of Sting (developers of Riviera, Yggdra Union, and the award-winning Knights in the Nightmare), to North America on May 25th. Built from the ground up to take full advantage of the power of PSP system, extensively optimized t... more.
  • Audition Online Features #1 Billboard Artist Ke$ha

    Posted by on January 8, 2010 under PC
    Redbana has just announced that #1 Billboard artist, Ke$ha is being featured in their game, Audition Online.  Audition Online is an unique, free to play, MMO that focuses on rhythm dance, a facet of gaming that other MMO games haven't attempted yet. Here is the full list of songs and artists that were added in this latest update: - Ke$ha’s - "Tik Tok" - Jordin Sparks - "Battlefield" - H... more.
  • Seen on Twitter January 8th, 2010

    Posted by on January 8, 2010 under News
    Twitter has certainly become a necessity for most of us in the gaming world, a force for marketing that is being used for up to the minute alerts for gaming deals.  Here at Pixel Perfect Gaming, we have been thinking about how to deliver that news to you, our readers, so that these great gaming purchases can be taken advantage of.  That is why we have come up with "Seen on Twitter", this is not ... more.
  • Tarot’s Misfortune Looking for Publisher

    Posted by on January 7, 2010 under PC
    Tarot's Misfortune coming from Ph03nix New Media is a new hidden object game with a twist.  Most viable stories for games have been used already in hidden object games, though PNM has gone outside the box and away from the norm of fantasy settings to an extent and taken on a somewhat taboo subject in the tarot card. “The Tarot’s Misfortune combines the thrill of mystery-solving with the sa... more.
  • Nyko Reveals Their Full CES 2010 Lineup

    Posted by on January 7, 2010 under PS3, WII
    Nyko Technologies has just revealed their full linueup of accessories for various systems (Wii being the big winner here).  Check out the full press release below for more information on the products with pricing where available. LOS ANGELES - January 7, 2010 Nyko Technologies®, the leading videogame peripherals manufacturer, today debuted its full lineup of new products at the Consumer Elec... more.
  • Pirates Plund-Arrr Announced (The Return of the Scrolling Beat-em Up is Upon Us)

    Posted by on January 7, 2010 under WII
    Majesco Entertainment has just announced that they are releasing Pirates Plund-Arrr, a scrolling beat-em up, for the Nintendo Wii console.  One of the unique features of PPA is that it is a 4 player beat-em up (not many of these are available to be honest). The story for Pirates Plund-Arrr places the player on a quest to retrieve your Sceptre of Power from that scallywag Rudebelly.  The Scept... more.
  • Anirah Riddle of the Pharaohs (Review)

    Posted by on January 7, 2010 under PC
    Enjoy Mahjong and math?  Then Anirah Riddle of the Pharaohs by Lost Luggage Studios ($9.95) is the game for you!  Anirah combines a layout similar to mahjong and addition skills.  The goal is to clear the board using the tiles to match the “goal” number.  You can use any number of tiles to reach the goal. When the goal is reached the tiles disappear.  If you go over the goal, the game ... more.
  • I-play Launches Bubble Town: Party Planet for Facebook

    Posted by on January 6, 2010 under PC
    I-Play, the game publishing division of Oberon Media and publisher of Agatha Christie Dead Man's Folly (reviewed here) among other great titles has released Bubble Town: Party Planet for Facebook.  Bubble Town shares gameplay with Bust-a-Move (available for just about every system you can find), a great game in it's own right.  I-Play is building up excitement in Bubble Town: Party Planet by run... more.
  • Castlevania Rebirth Now Available on WiiWare

    Posted by on January 6, 2010 under WII
    Konami has just released Castlevania Rebirth on WiiWare for 1,000 Wii Points.  Rebirth is a re-imagining of Castlevania Adventure, an original Gameboy title released in 1989 (the graphics have been suitably updated).  This is also a first for Castlevania as it is the first title in the series to be exclusively available through download (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night was made available for ... more.
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