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  • SMT: Strange Journey Production Diary Released

    Posted by on January 13, 2010 under Portables
    Atlus has been on a roll lately, releasing more and more information on their titles, and true to form, we here at PPG have been doing our best to bring this coverage to you in a timely manner. This time we have a production diary from Mr. Nich Maragos, lead editor of SMT: Strange Journey for your enjoyment with some great screen shots below. SMT: Strange Journey by Atlus - Production Diary ... more.
  • Shiren the Wanderer Official Blog #3: Story and Characters

    Posted by on January 13, 2010 under WII
    Atlus has this RPG coming to the Nintendo Wii on February 9th called Shiren the Wanderer and we have the developer's diary for it.  Check out the 3rd diary in which the focus is on the story and characters and get prepared for Shiren as it's release looms ever closer. Shiren the Wanderer by Atlus - Dev Diary ... more.
  • Serious Sam HD Comes to Xbox Live

    Posted by on January 13, 2010 under Xbox 360
    Majesco Entertainment has just released the newest Serious Sam game, this one getting the HD treatment from modern consoles, specifically the Xbox 360. Take on the evil alien scum Mental and blow him/it to smithereens along with the many thousands of enemies that stand between you and him/it.  If you like First Person Shooters and just want to blow stuff up, here is your game.  Don't worry, t... more.
  • Serious Sam: The First Encounter (Retro Review)

    Posted by on January 13, 2010 under PC
    Serious Sam: The First Encounter from Croteam was originally available on PC but was ported over to Xbox (the original) and even though that happened so many years ago (on PC SS hit in March of 2001), SS:TFE has lost nothing in the interim. The frantic action is still amazing, the graphics are still great, the sounds really help create an atmosphere that will make you jump as you hear in the dist... more.
  • Final Fight Double Impact Needs Some More Color

    Posted by on January 13, 2010 under PS3, Xbox 360
    Capcom is doing something rather cool (or cheap, depending on your level of cynicism) with the box art for Final Fight Double Impact (announced here) in that they are letting the fans color it.  This not a simple coloring contest, much like stores used to put on around the late 80's (who remembers those?), the winner here gets more than a $5 gift certificate, how about a free trip to New Orleans?... more.
  • Final Fantasy XIII Official Trailer (Nuff Said)

    Posted by on January 13, 2010 under PS3, Xbox 360
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  • Machinarium (Review)

    Posted by on January 13, 2010 under Mac
    Imagine a world built of steal and dominated by Artificial Intelligence. Machinarium by Amanita Design is built on this premise. Humanity has taken the evolutionary backseat to machines. Robots now populate the world and function like humans would during their daily routines. They live in homes, fall in love, and they are even capable of committing criminal acts. Machinarium isn’t the type ... more.
  • EA Announces NBA Jam For Nintendo Wii

    Posted by on January 12, 2010 under WII
    New Take on Classic Game to Appear on the Wii in 2010 REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Jan 11, 2010 – Electronic Arts Inc. (Nasdaq: ERTS) announced today that EA SPORTS™ is developing one of the most popular and culturally influential arcade basketball games ever made -- NBA JAM -- for the Nintendo Wii™. EA SPORTS NBA JAM™ revives the classic franchise with vintage NBA JAM gameplay, and all-new f... more.
  • Nintendo Downloads January 11, 2010

    Posted by on January 11, 2010 under Portables, WII
    Here are the newest releases for Nintendo's download services.  We broke the news about Phoenix Wright way back on November 19th of 2009 and had additional coverage, with video of Chronos Twins DX last Monday.  What news will be broke here in the future?  Stick around and find out, we have much to report. WiiWare™ Phoenix Wright™: Ace Attorney Publisher: Capcom Players: 1 ESRB Rating:... more.
  • The Retro League – An Overview of the First 12 Episodes

    Posted by on January 10, 2010 under Music, News
    Gaming podcasts are a dime a dozen, retro gaming podcasts are slightly more rare.  Retro gaming podcasts that deal with actual retro content (Xbox and PS2 are not retro, sorry) are extremely rare.  That is where The Retro League shines and stands head and shoulders above their competition in this slightly clouded genre of podcasting. The Retro League features the antics and commentary of 5 diff... more.
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