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Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars For The 3DS Actually Looks Like Fun [Trailer]

The Ghost Recon franchise has never done anything for me as a gamer and I’ve never found myself that fond of RTS/strategy games. So I don’t know what exactly it is about Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars that I find so appealing.  I did find my interest about the game piqued when it was revealed that Julian Gollop (the creator of X-Com) was handling the game and this new gameplay trailer does have me thinking I may have another game to pick up once the 3DS launches in North America this month.

We Dare Is Ubisoft's Adult Focused But Extremely New Silly Wii Game

The Wii has mostly gotten a reputation for being a console that has about a bazillion new party games released every month. Most of the party genre games we’ve received over the last four years haven’t exactly been of the best quality. Every now and then a unique title may come up, but then there’s stuff like Scene It? Twilight which is nearly reaches the bottom of the barrel in what a company could release on the Wii.

Nintendo Announces The Official Software Launch Roster For the 3DS

After somewhat dilly dallying around the subject with vague comments and using the term “launch window”, Nintendo of America has officially revealed the launch roster for the Nintendo 3DS.  Nintendo has already told gamers in Europe and Japan what they can expect when the company’s newfangled 3D capable device is released but gamers in North America have been left playing the guessing game in the hopes that something worth wild will surface.

Politicians In Mexico Aren't Fond Of Call of Juarez: The Cartel + New Screens

It may still be a bit too early to tell, but we could have our next big video game controversy on our hands if the recent attempts by politicians in Mexico are any indication.  Announced a few weeks ago, Ubisoft and developer Techland revealed Call of Juarez: The Cartel, the modern day installment of their Call of Juarez franchise which has gamers stepping into the shoes of hit men enlisted by Mexican crime cartels.  We may not have the next triple-A GTA style game on our hands with Call of Juarez: The Cartel, but it may be on the same level based on the hoopla it may drum up.

Ubisoft Confirms New Assassin's Creed Game, Reveals When It'll Be Announced

Staying true to what they told us, Ubisoft will be releasing yet another installment in the Assassin’s Creed franchise this year. Speaking during their financial presentation, Ubisoft’s Yves Guillemont revealed that a new “packaged” installment of the series will be slated to arrive later this year. Ubisoft didn’t reveal any details as to the new AC adventure as those will be announced in May, no doubt to serve as a pre-cursor of things to come at E3.

Xbox LIVE Arcade House Party 2011 Games Dated & Priced

Microsoft today unveil pricing and release dates information for their lineup of games that will make up this year's Xbox LIVE Arcade House Party promotion. Beginning next week on February 16th and ending on March 16th, you'll be able to download one of the below listed premium arcade game that is being offered via Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketplace.

February 16th Hard Corps: Uprising, 1200 Microsoft Points:

An Update On The Last Rumor Concerning Ubisoft's I Am Alive (No, it's not a release date)

I guess we either got punked big time or the PR gears have simply churned to possibly control the damaging news.

Cowboys + Modern Day Warfare + Drug Cartels = Call of Juarez: The Cartel

In case you didn’t know, things aren’t going to well in the land of Mexico right now.

WGA Awards The Best Writing In A Video Game To....

As you may recall, the WGA (Writers Guild of America) revealed their nominations for Best Video Game Writing last month and the response wasn’t exactly positive. With several notable games absent (Mass Effect 2, Red Dead Redemption) and questionable nominees (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2), many thought that the WGA nominations were a joke, and those feelings may still be present based on which game won the award this past weekend.

Ubisoft Is Looking Into Doing Kinect Adaptations Of Major Franchises

It may still be early in its life as a gaming peripheral, but this year could be the make or break moment for the Kinect.  So far we’ve seen glimpses at brilliance with the Kinect but it’s often been in games that are mildly entertaining at best and really don’t fit the core gaming label. Microsoft will no doubt continue to push the Kinect through its first party efforts or signing exclusive deals with studios such as Grasshopper Manufacture to produce games for the motion sensing system.

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