New Version of Final Fantasy VII Coming to PC

There have been rumors of a Final Fantasy VII remake for years, and it looks like SquareEnix is finally trying to do something with the classic RPG. From the information we have so far, the PC only release won’t completely overhaul the game, but it will add a few modern amenities. The additions will include a […]Read More


Call of Duty Online Planned for China

Activision appears to be trying to infiltrate the Chinese gaming market, and they’re spearheading this with something called Call of Duty Online. The gaming giant is partnering with the Chinese company Tencent to bring the storied franchise to new audiences. What the game will be exactly is still a bit of a grey area, but […]Read More

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Sony Buys Cloud Gaming Company Gaikai

Sony announced earlier today that they’re buying the game streaming service Gaikai for $380 million. Andrew House, President and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment explained that the eventual goal is to “provide users with unparalleled cloud entertainment experiences.” There’s no word on if this means a Gaikai like service will make it to the […]Read More


Indie Royale Summer Bundle Out Now

If you missed the last bundle from the folks over at Indie Royale, there’s already another with a new set of games. This time around they’re offering a slew of titles in addition to some music if you’re willing to pay enough. If you’ve had any experience with previous Indie Royale bundles, you know how […]Read More


Tomorrow Corporation Announces Little Inferno

It’s been a little while since we’ve heard anything from the studio Tomorrow Corporation, but we finally have some information on their first release. There isn’t much known about their premier project, entitled Little Inferno, but according to the latest blog entry over at their website, it’s “almost done.” Apparently they’ve been keeping the project […]Read More

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Radical Entertainment Shutting Down

There’s been some bad news spreading today regarding Radical Entertainment. Radical, a subsidiary of Activision, is best known for their Prototype series, or for last generations The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction. The bad new is, the majority of the staff has been let go, and the studio is officially closing up shop. The major cause appears to be […]Read More