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Will the next Call of Duty game take place during the wars of the 60s?

It seems like the Call of Duty franchise will still be battling it out in wars of the past despite the upcoming release of Modern Warfare 2. According to That Videogame Blog Activison is licensing Cuban, Soviet Union, African and Vietnam Era music for what most likely is for an upcoming installment of the Call of Duty franchise.

New Dead Rising 2 Trailer Impressions

If you're an ADD gamer, with a taste for zombies, gore, and mall-rating like myself; then one of your favorite games of the last couple of years was Dead Rising for the Xbox 360.

Big Smile Reviews: Grand Theft Auto IV

A classic Diifii review on Grand Theft Auto IV. The GTA series is one of the most influential additions to the gaming industry to date. It set the bar in terms of combining huge open worlds, great story and over the top action in a single title. So join Diifii and find out what he thinks about GTA IV and if it stacked up to the hype.

Retro Games honored in fans' own way

Now this might be dating me a bit, but here goes. Everyone has to start gaming somewhere in fact before the console market got so hot, a lot of games were just made for the PC. Day of the Tentacle was one of those games.

Get your own Red Faction sledgehammer

After the release of the demo in Qore it seems like the hype for Red Faction: Guerrilla is increasing to a fever pitch. The combination of solid visuals, enjoyable gameplay and of course some of the most entertaining destruction we've seen in quite some time is shaping Red Faction: Guerrilla to become a hit when it's release this June.

One member of the Red Faction community is so excited for the game that he decided to make his own verion of the iconic Red Faction sledgehammer weapon albeit one made out of paper.


Ghetto Golf takes things to the streets

Ever since EA released NBA Street nearly 8 years ago people have wanted to see a street/arcade version of golf. Many had hoped that EA would use the Tiger Woods license but such a game never came to light. Instead those who have wanted a golf game that takes it to the streets can look forward to the upcoming “Ghetto Golf.”

“Ghetto Golf” comes from musician Raphael Saadiq’s video-game company Illfonic. As a child Raphael used to play golf through improvising with what he had on the streets.

The 3rd installment of Torocast by SammMoney and Musco

Our weekly favorite Podcast has a new episode! So grab your lightsaber and Join SammMoney and Musco for TOROCast. This weeks the topics are more controversial and their production skills keep getting better with every episode. Be sure to listen to the ending of the show for our own Star Wars inspired content.

Listen in and give the guys some feedback or ask some questions, tell us what you think!

Edios launches MiniNinja developer forum

With recent news on MiniNinjas many have been speculating as to what this game will play like. The game is from Eidos the creators of Hitman and Kane & Lynch. This departure from the normally action packed gun play games they are known for producing should be an interesting one.

[UPDATED 2] The Assassins Creed 2 Viral Campaign Begins

This morning what appears to be the first viral marketing for Assassins Creed 2 was seen on The ad came in the form of banner advertisements, which linked to the AC2 website, changed from the AC logo to Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man. The ad also mentioned the Animus which in case you forgot was the machine that was used to read the ancestral memories of the hero in the first Assassins Creed.

Guiding Us to the Light: Our Favorite Star Wars Toro Pod Cast, Ep. 2

Big ups to our favorite Star Wars Commentators, TOROCast! This week they cover some multiplayer/single player rumors and Bounty Hunter talk. Some big news and some interesting chat. Thanks to Musco and SammMoney for the great shout to all of us here at shogun gamer.

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