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Konami’s Game Dances Into Classrooms to Help Young People with Health & Physical Fitness Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced the company’s worldwide sensation DanceDanceRevolution, will move its way into schools across the nation this Fall with the debut of DanceDanceRevolution Classroom Edition, a PC based DanceDanceRevolution game crafted specially for schools and fitness classes. Sweeping the nation one classroom at a time, Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. has collaborated with the nation’s leading health and fitness organizations including the American Diabetes Association, The National Foundation on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition and Let’s Move in Schools to promote... 

Pink Mist Bitches! Sniper: Ghost Warrior is Back With # 2 and Hits Stores August 2012 Have you found yourself growing tired lately of  only seeing rotting, flesh-eating zombies taking head-shots and seeing the bits of  the mushy, clotted skull-snot that passes for their brains blow outward like a case of really bad food-poisoning?? Yeah, that never gets old for me neither. But then some fresh blood and non-decayed gray matter decorating the landscape as well as the guy’s buddy and his freshly washed uniform might be a nice and amusing change of pace for a while.  

Dante Returns in High Definition with the Release of the Re-mastered Three Original Titles in the Devil May Cry HD Collection Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced Devil May Cry HD Collection is now available at retail for the Xbox 360  

Videogame Soundtrack Reviews: Saints Row III, Kingdoms of Amalur- Reckoning, Red Orchestra 2, and Deus Ex Part 4: Deus Ex I was somewhat anticipating this soundtrack to be my favorite so I had decided to save the best for last. Of course that meant I would have the most trouble with it; as that is always how it goes with me.  

Videogame Soundtrack Reviews: Saints Row III, Kingdoms of Amalur- Reckoning, Red Orchestra 2, and Deus Ex Part 3: Red Orchestra 2 I always have a certain amount of reluctance getting into games based on wars from our actual history. I know how popular they are and how tiresome and difficult it surely becomes to try and think of military or combat videogames based entirely on fantasy; yet I can’t seem to get behind them. I think it’s simply a personal thing on my behalf and it’s entirely likely that if I started to play a really, really good one I’d end up getting sucked in and addicted to it, thereby enjoying it almost against my will.  

Videogame Soundtrack Reviews: Saints Row III,  Kingdoms of Amalur- Reckoning, Red Orchestra 2, and Deus Ex Part 2:  Kingdoms of Amalur- Reckoning Not everyone is into the notion of magical, medieval worlds full of fierce wild creatures and epic quests fraught with danger, faeries, and dragons that are all part of a grand destiny that can not be avoided. There is usually a very complex back-story to each element, a full and detailed history of the realm, and sometimes even complete languages for different the races of creature. It can be overwhelming to have to take in and remember so much detail in order to follow the plot of a film, let alone maneuver through that world as a character yourself!  It can also... 

Videogame Soundtrack Reviews: Saints Row III, Red Orchestra 2, Kingdoms of Amalur- Reckoning, and Deus Ex Part 1: Saints Row III I’ve always been a fan of movie soundtracks and I own quite a few. A good soundtrack can set the tone for a film and make one that may otherwise have been merely interesting into something extraordinary.  

The 19th annual SXSW Interactive Festival will take place March 9-13, 2012 in Austin, Texas. An incubator of cutting-edge technologies, the event features five days of compelling presentations from the brightest minds in emerging technology, scores of exciting networking events hosted by industry leaders and an unbeatable line up of special programs showcasing the best new websites, video games and startup ideas. From hands-on training to big-picture analysis of the future, SXSW Interactive has become the place to experience a preview of what is unfolding in the world of technology. Marvel reps will be in Austin to unveil their newest venture with ScreenBurn. Keep an eye out at for more details.  

Soulcalibur V Info and Image Gallery #3: Game Stills Developed by the legendary Project Soul team, SOULCALIBUR V picks up 17 years after the events of SOULCALIBUR IV with new heroes and returning warriors clashing in an epic showdown between good and evil. The tale of Patroklos, son of Sophitia Alexandra, unfolds as his family’s destiny intertwines with the Soul swords. With the series’ revolutionary 8-way run, allowing for true 3D movement during matches, a refined battle system, and stunning graphics, SOULCALIBUR V will be the top game of 2012 for anyone looking for a knock-down, drag-out fight. It delivers exhilarating 3D fighting mechanics, breathtaking visuals, and new characters, as well as expanding the... 

Soulcalibur V Gallery #2: In-Game Character Art & Scenery/Setting: There are some shots of the characters from scenes inside the game, as well as a few of the stages that will be available as fighting platforms. In my opinion the  Soulcalibur series has by far the most beautiful and detailed characters and backgrounds, particularly for a PvP fighting game, and I have way too much fun changing the outfits and designing custom characters. #gallery-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #gallery-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /*... 

Soulcalibur V Gallery #1: The evolution from concept art and sketches, to drawings and 2D  images, to the final characters rendered in 3D for use in the game. #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #gallery-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */  

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To celebrate the release of Soulcalibur V for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Katana-wielding  Mitsurugi and sword-fighting Pyrrha have been engraved in granite on a mountain in Tanum, Sweden. The creators describe this game as tougher than anything that has gone before it – and have cut the two characters into the Earth to prove it. “Everyone knows the Soulcalibur characters are among the hardest fighters in gaming – so we’ve decided to immortalize them in granite for thousands of years” says Lee Kirton, marketing director, Namco Bandai. “These characters have only ever existed digitally, so it’s brilliant to record them permanently in a format which will remain visible until the end of time.” Master... 

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