In no particular order, here are 10 reasons why the PSN trumps Xbox Live. In your hearts, you know this to be true.
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Ubisoft has set the local release date for Techland's Call of Juarez: Gunslinger for May 22.
Much like God of War, the Gears of War series has reached an impasse after a trilogy of games and instead looks back for inspiration.
In an otherwise underwhelming keynote speech at this year's CES tradeshow, Microsoft made a play to control the biggest screen in the house.
Australian Xbox 360 owners will be able to receive Foxtel television via Xbox Live thanks to new service unveiled today.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft revealed the first major details for the first line of Windows 7-compatible phones, including games and Xbox Live compatibility.
Many gamers will be no stranger to the name Larry Hryb, better known as Major Nelson.
With a growing emphasis on cutting edge graphics and physics, it seems like there is no place for sprite-based 2D titles.
The Call of Juarez series by Polish developer Techland stood out by catering to a niche, namely the Western genre.
Twenty-five years ago, a Super Mario Bros. clone named The Great Giana Sisters was released.
Before Jeremy Hinton became involved with Microsoft’s Xbox console, he initially spent number of years in marketing and business development roles within the interactive entertainment industry.
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