Editor: December 2007 Archives

Just in time for your New Year's Eve celebration, Nintendo has released three more downloadable games for the Wii through the Wii Shop Channel.
Since around December 24, Microsoft has been having connectivity problems with Xbox Live.
Hoping the news would vanish into the end of yawning end-of-year gulf that often swallows financial news, Atari acknowledged that it received a letter from the Nasdaq exchange noting that it is out of compliance with the Nasdaq's listing requirements.
Today, Hudson Entertainment has launched another expansion pack for its game Bomberman Live.
Today may be a religious holiday for some, and a day off work for many, but for Nintendo, it's just another Monday. That means there's three more games available through the Wii Shop Channel.
Midway's Chairman of the Board of Directors has resigned and been replaced by the daughter of Midway's largest shareholder.
Electronic Arts has launched two casual PC games as downloads, banking on the strength of its The Sims franchise.
The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has gotten the go-ahead to pursue judicial review of the U.K. Video Appeals Committee decision to rate Manhunt 2.
Publisher: NetDevil
Developer: NetDevil


Platform: PC
Reviewed on PC

Windows System Requirements: 2.13 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor or equivalent, PhysX 100 Series Processor, 2 GB RAM, nVidia 7900 or more recent video card, 1.8 GB HD space, internet connection

Warmonger is a free game that shows off the capabilities of the AGEIA physics card, so explosions abound. There's tons of stuff to blow up, obstacles and paths that can be shattered, volumetric smoke to be pushed around and banners that flutter in hails of bullets. The game is built on the Unreal Engine 3, so anyone who's ever spent time in a multiplayer online shooter will be immediately comfortable.

Sony has released several new games for the PlayStation 3 and PSP through the PlayStation Store.
Casual publisher PlayFirst has launched two new downloadable games for the PC and Mac.
The Minnesota Zoo launched WolfQuest a few minutes ago. The game is an online, 3D wolf simulation for the PC and Mac.
NCsoft has promoted two of its top executives.
NHN USA is yet another of the many developers holding special, holiday-themed events for its massively multiplayer online games.
Activision is pleased that a Detroit federal judge has dismissed a request from musical group The Romantics to stop the use of its song "What I Like About You" in Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the '80s.
Atlus USA confirmed that it plans to release Drone Tactics for the DS on March 25, 2008.
Like other companies with online games, K2 Networks is holding special holiday events within its massively multiplayer online games.
Mobile developer Fishlabs has hired Andreas Stecher as its new Executive Vice President of Sales.
Hands-On Mobile has launched Guitar Hero III for mobile phones over the Verizon Wireless network.

1C to Acquire Developer Ino-Co

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Russian publisher 1C Company has entered into a deal to acquire Russian developer Ino-Co.
The Sensible World of Soccer sports management simulation was one of the games to launch on Xbox Live Arcade this morning, but has now been withdrawn.
Based on better-than expected holiday sales, Activision has raised its financial guidance for its fiscal third quarter ending December 31, 2007.
Got Game Entertainment has postponed the release of The Lost Crown: A Ghost-Hunting Adventure
Koei confirmed that Samurai Warriors: Katana for the Wii is gold and should ship to stores in North America on January 15.
Sony Online Entertainment has launched the Forsworn expansion for its online collectible game Legends of Norrath.
10tacle Studios has received approval from its Board of Directors to acquire The Games Company Worldwide.
Atari has shipped Atari Classics Evolved for the PSP to stores in North America.
To celebrate the holidays, G4Box has launched a special event for its massively multiplayer online game Dragon Raja.
Two more games have launched on Xbox Live Arcade, downloadable for the Xbox 360.

EA Mobile Releases Three Games

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EA Mobile is launching three mobile games over the remainder of this month.
Today, Namco Bandai Games launched six plane variants for its game Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
Electronic Arts has named the cover athletes for its upcoming game FIFA Street 3.
Codemasters confirmed that it plans to release Emergency Mayhem for the Wii in the first half of 2008.

John Quinn Named EVP at WBIE

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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has given John Quinn additional responsibility at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE makes Warner Bros.' games).
MTV Games is cooperating with film and TV producer Jerry Bruckheimer to create a "game incubation studio."
Take-Two Interactive, parent of labels like 2K Games and Rockstar Games, announced its financial results for the fiscal quarter ended October 31, 2007.
PopCap has launched Mac versions of its games Peggle and Chuzzle.
Sony has launched the v2.10 firmware update for the PlayStation 3.
Sega has shipped NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams for the Wii to stores in North America.
Developer NetDevil has launched a new division to focus on casual web-based games.

PSP Gets Internet Radio

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Sony has launched the v3.80 PSP firmware update.
PopCap Games has launched its game Peggle for certain iPods.

Kosenski Joins 38 Studios

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38 Studios, the entertainment company and development house founded by Curt Schilling, has hired Michael Kosenski as Vice President of Product Development.
Sega has released a version of Sonic the Hedgehog for certain iPods.
Playlogic has signed on to publish Dagger Games' Dimensity in the first half of 2008.

Tiberium Coming Late Next Year

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Electronic Arts confirmed that it plans to release the game Tiberium in late 2008.
cdv Software Entertainment has hired Bernd Reinartz as its corporate PR manager.
Electronic Arts has released a patch for NBA Live '08 that allows up to ten people to play a game of basketball together, online.
The Child's Play charity, started by the folks behind the Penny Arcade online comic, has raised around $850,000 of cash and merchandise so far this year and is hoping to exceed $1 million by the end of the year.
Rock Band has now shipped for the PlayStation 2 in North America.
The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) is appealing the decision by the UK Video Appeals Committee to allow Manhunt 2 to be distributed in the UK.
Aspyr Media has shipped The Sims 2: Bon Voyage for the Mac.
Nintendo is celebrating another Monday morning by releasing another set of downloadable games for the Wii Virtual Console.
Eidos has launched the mobile version of Kane and Lynch: Dead Men.
Take-Two Interactive has formed a new development studio in Novato, California.
Ignition Entertainment plans to launch game development studios in Tokyo, Japan, and Florida in the U.S.
THQ has shipped MX vs ATV: Untamed to stores in North America.
Octopi has released the latest expansion for its collectible online strategy game PoxNora.
Sony confirmed that it plans to release PlayStation Network Cards in the United States in early 2008.
Aksys Games confirmed that it plans to release Castle of Shikigami III for the Wii in the first half of 2008.

Fury Gets Content Update

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Despite the fact that the developer Auran recently went bankrupt and dismissed its staff, the online multiplayer game Fury is still running and has launched a major content update today.
Nexon has launched the holiday events for its massively multiplayer online game MapleStory.

Ballerium is Live

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Majorem has finally launched its massively multiplayer online real-time strategy game Ballerium
Electronic Arts has placed the PlayStation 3 version of The Orange Box in stores.

Grin Goes to Gothenburg

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Developer Grin, the folks behind Bandits: Phoenix Rising, have opened up a new studio in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Microsoft has released an Xbox 360 HD DVD emulator designed to help companies create HD DVD content and test it before actually pressing discs.
Ubisoft is excited about Assassin's Creed. So excited, that based on recent sales of Assassin's Creed, Ubisoft decided to raise its guidance to the financial and investment community.
As described in this post on the official forum boards, Codemasters has banned around 1,200 accounts in its massively multiplayer online game RF Online to block those engaging in real-money transactions (RMT).
Publisher: Activision/Red Octane
Developer: Neversoft Entertainment


Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation 2, PC and Mac
Reviewed on Xbox 360

Having your arm fall off shouldn't be this fun. The Guitar Hero franchise has always been about ripping out amazing guitar riffs, or all about strumming a plastic guitar controller while pressing fret buttons, occasionally tilting the controller for star power. Regardless of how you feel about wearing the controller, the game has always managed to make you feel like you can actually play a guitar, regardless of your real talent, and the latest entry doesn't disappoint. New developer Neversoft (of Tony Hawk fame) hasn't remixed Harmonix's tried and true formula too much, adding only a dash of graphics and a few new modes. While not every new addition works out, the core gameplay is exactly what you expect, and with more than 70 included songs, you'll be rocking far into the night.

Tomy, together with GXB Interactive, has shipped Math Patrol: The Kleptoid Threat for the GBA.
Electronic Arts has released a demo for its game Burnout: Paradise.
SNK Playmore has shipped its game NeoGeo Battle Coliseum for the PlayStation 2 to stores in North America.
Publisher: Activision
Developer: Infinity Ward

Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Reviewed on PC

Windows System Requirements: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 2800+, 512 MB RAM, nVidia GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon 9800 Pro or better

Lay your fears aside concerning developer Infinity Ward's decision to go with a modern setting. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (COD4) is everything you'd expect from the acclaimed developer, and a few new things you may not expect but will definitely appreciate. While the single player campaign can be beaten in 6 to 8 hours, it's very replayable. The biggest addition, though, is persistent tracking of statistics and the enormous amount of challenges and unlockables in the multiplayer mode. Add to that a graphics engine that rivals anything out there today, fantastic sound, and "just one more round" addictiveness, and you've got a recipe for yet another Game of the Year award for this franchise.

Agetec confirmed that it plans to release Puzzle Guzzle for the PSP in the first half of 2007.
TableStar Games is currently in beta testing for its iPhone game Swatches.
Auran, the developer responsible for the multiplayer online game Fury and Trainz has entered bankruptcy, calling in a Voluntary Administrator (the Australian equivalent of Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S.).
Majesco confirmed that it plans to publish Wild Earth: African Safari for the Wii in the first half of 2008.

nVidia Introduces 2-Way SLI

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nVidia has extended its SLI technology to allow three video cards to be used simultaneously in a single PC.
Electronic Arts gloated that the beta for its game Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning has exceeded half a million participants.
505 Games has entered into a co-publishing deal with Russian publisher 1C Company.
NCsoft has launched the seventh major content update for the North American version of the massively multiplayer online game Lineage II, called "The First Throne: The Kamael."

Blizzard Confirms Another MMOG

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A Blizzard community representative confirmed on the Blizzard forum boards the long held, reliable rumor that Blizzard is developing another massively multiplayer online game.
THQ has released a demo over Xbox Live for its upcoming first-person shooter, Frontlines: Fuel of War.
Soldier of Fortune: Payback Publisher: Activision
Developer: Cauldron


Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC
Reviewed on Xbox 360

A lot of people need killing. As a mercenary for "The Shop," attempting to stop some flimsy terrorist plot, you have the opportunity to execute a seemingly endless supply of nearly identical enemies whose limbs fly off when grazed by a bullet. Hopefully that's enough to save the world.

Microsoft has released XNA Game Studio 2.0 for developing PC and Xbox 360 games.
Atlus USA confirmed that it plans to release Baroque for the Wii and PlayStation 2 in February of 2008.
NCsoft has a variety of holiday plans for Tabula Rasa, most of which launch on Monday.

Christmas Comes to KartRider

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Nexon America has redecorated the three Arctic Rim courses in its online multiplayer racing game KartRider.
Sony Online Entertainment revealed its plans for the holidays in each of its massively multiplayer and collectible online games.
Madden NFL '08 en Espanol from Electronic Arts is now in stores.
Reakktor Media and 10tacle Studios launched the latest major content update for their massively multiplayer online game Neocron on Monday and reactivated old game accounts.
Microsoft has released two new games as downloads through Xbox Live Arcade.
Dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster offered users a list of 20 words from which to vote one as Word of the Year for 2007. These words were based on words frequently searched for online at Merriam-Webster's site. Users voted for "W00t" as the 2007 Word of the Year.
Graffiti Entertainment has signed a deal with Navarre Distribution Services that will see Navarre distribute Graffiti's upcoming games.
In light of the ongoing attention that the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii have been receiving in their struggle for dominance, Nintendo wants to remind everyone of the success of the DS.
As promised, Microsoft and Bungie have released three new multiplayer maps for Halo 3.
Blizzard confirmed that it plans to release a version of World of Warcraft in Russia.
Peripheral manufacturer Nyko is releasing a new version of its Charge Base, called the Charge Base 2, for holding and recharging PlayStation 3 controllers.
Sony confirmed that it will release Patapon for the PSP in February.
Aspyr Media's Mac version of Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock is now in stores in North America.
NCsoft has released the second content updated (dubbed "Chunk 2") for its online game Dungeon Runners
Razer has launched its Boomslang Collector's Edition 2007 Mouse.
K2 Network, an online game publisher, has added Erick Hachenburg to its board of directors.
Ed Fries, the former Vice President of Microsoft Game Studios has started a new service called FigurePrints.
Majesco confirmed that it plans to release Wonderworld Amusement Park for the Wii in the middle of 2008.
Electronic Arts has shipped NCAA March Madness '08 to stores in North America.
GameStop has opened a new kind of store in San Jose, CA.
Sony confirmed that it plans to release MLB '08: The Show in the first half of 2008.
Tecmo's game Super Swing Golf: Season 2 for the Wii is now in stores.
Sega has shipped Universe at War: Earth Assault for the PC.
Atari settled a dispute with FUNimation that might prevent it from releasing further Dragon Ball Z games and confirmed the progress of its restructuring efforts.
Gameloft has released its mobile game Brain Challenge for fifth-generation iPods.
Majesco has partnered with the creative forces behind PaRappa the Rapper to create a new game for the Wii.
Turbine has partnered with NHN to bring its massively multiplayer online game The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar to Korea.
To celebrate the upcoming holidays Codemasters has planned special "X-mas" events for its massively multiplayer online game ArchLord.
Midway has shipped the PlayStation 3 version of Unreal Tournament 3 to stores in North America.
Square Enix confirmed that it plans to release its upcoming game Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors for the Wii on February 26.
Take-Two Interactive has promoted Gary Dale to Executive Vice President.
Vivendi Games Mobile has released its mobile game Shock Blocks through most North American carriers.
Midway has shipped the PlayStation 3 version of BlackSite: Area 51 to stores in North America.
Most Mondays, Nintendo releases three downloadable games through the Wii Shop Channel. Today, Nintendo has added two new features along with the usual three games.

Big-Haired Boxing On the Way

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2K Sports, the sports label for Take-Two Interactive, confirmed that it plans to release Don King Presents: Prizefighter in the first half of 2008.
Mobile publisher Glu Mobile has hired Frank Keeling as Managing Director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Mass Effect Review

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Publisher: Microsoft
Developer: BioWare

Platform: Xbox 360
Reviewed on Xbox 360

Humanity is only a junior tenant of the galaxy. Among a few scattered ruins from an ancient, alien civilization, we discovered a new element that makes interstellar space travel possible. That led us to the ancient and spectacular network of mass relays that connect stars across the galaxy. And as we explored that network, we met other starfaring civilizations &nash; aliens also travelling and settling the galaxy. Some races were younger, but most were older... more sophisticated... and more than a little concerned with the brash and energetic primates crawling from the gravity well of the Sol system.

We have moved past our initial, violent, first alien contact to make peace with galactic society. We now have colonies, trade agreements and a presence on the citadel, an ancient alien relic and station that serves as the hub for galactic government and commerce. As we contribute to the galactic community and strive for a role in galactic governance, a human is participating for the first time in the Citadel's elite cadre of unsupervised peacekeepers: the Spectres.

Only a Spectre as brash as the human can stop the cycle of extinction that revisits the galaxy every 50,000 years, and save all of galactic civilization.

To celebrate the upcoming holidays, NCsoft will be awarding bonuses to players of the Eye of the North expansion to Guild Wars.
Gamecock Media confirmed that its upcoming game Insecticide will be available for the DS on February 12, 2008.
Exodus Film Group has entered into an agreement with Legacy Interactive to have a game made based on its upcoming animated film Igor.

Blizzard is updating the Winter Veil festival in its online game World of Warcraft.

Dusk-12 Site Launches

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Russian publisher Buka Entertainment has launched the official site for its upcoming game Dusk-12.

JoWooD has shipped two games for the PC to stores in the UK and parts of Europe: Aquadelic GT and the Sports Game Pack - Wintersports Edition

Matrix Games confirmed that it plans to release a new expansion for War in the Pacific next year, called the Admiral's Edition expansion.

In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on the details of the upcoming merger between Activision and Vivendi Games, Activision revealed certain additional financial details concerning its officers.

High Velocity Bowling is now available for the PlayStation 3 as a download from the PlayStation Store.
DSI Games has released its game Sea Monsters for the Wii.
Joining the long list of classic games released for the PlayStation 3 and PSP (by way of the PlayStation Store for PC) is Wild Arms.
Sony has released Beats as a downloadable game for the PSP, available through the PlayStation Store for PC.

Atari has released the Wii version of its game Godzilla Unleashed.

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Publisher: Sony
Developer: Naughty Dog


Platform: PlayStation 3
Reviewed on PlayStation 3

Fortune hunter Nathan Drake believes himself to be a direct descendant of Sir Francis Drake, and is hot on the heels of a treasure the famous Elizabethan knight may have hidden more than 400 years before. Does the treasure exist? Did Sir Francis Drake steal it from the Spanish to sell it or conceal it? How has a colonized Caribbean island remained concealed from everyone since Drake except the Nazis? Most of all, how many gunshots will it take Nathan Drake to uncover the secret of El Dorado?

According to posts on the Eve Online forums, there are problems with upgrading to the new Trinity engine that can result in the corruption of Windows XP.
Consultancy Hill & Knowlton has released the results of a survey claiming that 51% of U.S. adults believe video game content should be censored. GamePolitics.com alleges that the release of this data is unprofessional and misleading.
Microids confirmed that it plans to release Still Life 2 for the PC in November of 2008.

Codemasters Exhibits Egotism

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Codemasters renamed its in-house game development middleware the "Ego Game Technology Engine."
SouthPeak Games confirmed that it plans to publish Edge of Twilight in 2009.
BigWorld technology is pleased that Sierra Online, part of Vivendi (and possibly the upcoming Activision Blizzard), will use its middleware in an upcoming PC online game.
JoWooD confirmed that it plans to publish Seven Kingdoms: Conquest for the PC worldwide in the first quarter of 2008.
Twelve Interactive's game Martial Arts: Capoeira will be released for the Wii, PC, PlayStation 2, DS and PSP in late 2008.
Electronic Arts confirmed that it is developing a version of FIFA Street 3 for the DS.
Capcom confirmed that it is developing Street Fighter IV
Majesco has transitioned Jesse Sutton from interim Chief Executive Officer (a position he has held since August, 2006) to full CEO.
Glu Mobile has launched Super Breakout for mobile phones in North America.
THQ has hired Marko Hein as its general manager of THQ International GmbH.
Matrix Games has released Empires in Arms for the PC.

Shanda Licenses Dragon Nest

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Chinese publisher Shanda Interactive confirmed that it plans to bring the massively multiplayer online game Dragon Nest to China shortly.
Sony Computer Entertainment confirmed that it will release Twisted Metal: Head On - Extra Twisted Edition for the PlayStation 2 in the first half of 2008.
DSI Games has released its game M&M Kart Racing for the Wii.
Gamecock Media and Blazing Lizard have launched the official site for Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball.

Saitek Adds Board Member

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Mad Catz, the peripheral manufacturer that recently purchased Saitek, has added John DeRuig to its Board of Directors.
Majesco confirmed that it plans to release Blokus Portable: Steambot Championship for the PSP in early 2008.

Ninja Reflex Coming in March

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Electronic Arts and Nunchuck Games will co-publish Ninja Reflex for the Wii and DS in March, 2008.
Paradox Interactive has launched the official site for Penumbra: Black Plague.
CCP has launched the update for its massively multiplayer online game Eve Online called Trinity.
Namco Bandai Games America has signed a deal with Koch Media's Deep Silver label that will have Deep Silver distributing several games in markets outside of North America.
Astraware has released Astraware Casino, a compilation of casino games for Palm OS and Windows Mobile platforms.
Chinese publisher and distributor CDC Games confirmed that it plans to release a manga-themed massively multiplayer online game in the U.S.

Sega's game The Golden Compass is now in stores.

DSI Games has released its game Showtime Championship Boxing for the Wii.
Ubisoft has shipped Cranium Kabookii for the Wii.
Konami has shipped Dance Dance Revolution Universe 2 to stores in North America.
Reflexive Entertainment has released The Great Tree as a download for the PC.
Brash Entertainment has shipped Alvin and the Chipmunks to stores in North America.

Draglade Ships for the DS

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Atlus has shipped Draglade for the DS to stores in North America.
The National Institute on Media and the Family has released its 12th Annual MediaWise Video Game Report Card.
Majesco has shipped Left Brain Right Brain for the DS to stores in North America.

38 Studios Hires CTO

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38 Studios, the development house founded last year by Curt Schilling, has hired Jon Laff as Chief Technology Officer.
Activision's game The History Channel: Battle for the Pacific is now in stores.
Plenty of massively multiplayer online games have been selling game time or cash cards in physical retail stores. Nexon America plans to include the stores that carry its cards within the massively multiplayer online game MapleStory.
Today, Microsoft has launched the previously described Fall Update for Xbox Live
2K Games, part of Take-Two Interactive, has released new, free, downloadable content for the Xbox 360 and PC versions of BioShock.
THQ Wireless has signed a new agreement that expands its relationship with Lucasfilm Ltd., allowing THQ Wireless to make more games based on the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises.
Wizards of the Coast, part of Hasbro, has signed an agreement with game developer Stainless Games to create an online game based on one of WotC's properties.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am Publisher: Midway
Developer: Creat Studios


Platform: PlayStation 2
Reviewed on PlayStation 2

Frylock, the gigantic, floating helping of fast-food fries with a Van Dyck, a jewel in his back and the ability to destroy things with his eyes, has been admitted to Jersey Pines, South Jersey's most prestigious urban golf course. Frlyock, together with Master Shake and Meatwad, use that as the flimsiest of excuses to golf, race and battle their way across Jersey Pines.

DSI Games has released its game Arctic Tale for the Wii.
Electronic Arts, in conjunction with id Software, has released Orcs & Elves II for mobile devices.
Starting today, PC gamers can download Band of Bugs, a turn-based strategy game previously released for the Xbox 360.
Nintendo has released another three games for the Wii Virtual Console.
Over the course of December, mobile publisher I-play (and subsidiary of Oberon Media) is releasing My Dog 2 for mobile phones worldwide.
OnNet USA has launched its game MangaFighter, a manga-style third person shooter with considerable offline marketing tie-ins.
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga Publisher: LucasArts
Developer: TT Games


Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, DS
Reviewed on Xbox 360

You know the story: "Turmoil has engulfed the Galactic Republic. The taxation of trade routes to outlying star systems is in dispute...." What you may not know is that all of this is happening a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away... made of Legos.

Vivendi announced that it intends to merge its Vivendi Games unit (including brands like Sierra and Blizzard) with Activision, forming a new entity to be called Activision Blizzard.
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Publisher: Activision and id
Developer: Splash Damage


Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Reviewed on PC

Windows System Requirements: Pentium 4 2.8 GHz or Athlon XP 2800, 512 MB RAM, 128 MB nVidia GeForce 5700 or ATI Radeon 9700 or better video card, DVD-ROM, 5 GB HD space, internet connection, Windows XP or Vista

Humanity has finally encountered aliens, and the meeting – let's say it did not go well. In the year 2060, the cybernetic soldiers of the Makron, known as the Strogg, destroyed Earth's major cities, leaving the planet in ruin. Now they are harvesting humanity as raw material for their galactic conquest.

The Global Defense Force, the last hope of humanity, is struggling to combat the Strogg invasion, mustering all humanity's remaining strength to eliminate the unnatural alien constructs and preserve a future for the entire human race.

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