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Gran Turismo 5 is (Still) “90%” Complete

[Via GTPlanet] In what is presumably the last of Kazunori Yamauchi’s round of interviews to emerge from his time at Snetterton, he’s made a comment regarding the development status of the big game: “Gran Turismo 5 is about 90 percent finished. There are currently around 140 people working on the project.” That arbitrary number doesn’t mean […]

Emulation/Romhack/Homebrew Showcase: Goldeneye Being Ported To Perfect Dark Engine

This Romhack isn’t finished yet, but its one to keep an eye on. From Romhacking.net: Wreck has released an early version of GoldenEye: X, an extensive project which will port GoldenEye 007 to Perfect Dark’s engine. This preview version is very early and has a lot of visual oddities, but gives a feel for what […]

New PlayStation 3 Update Removes Linux Support

Firmware disables “Install Other OS” system feature available in all pre-slim models. March 28, 2010 – Sony plans to release a new Playstation 3 firmware update worldwide this week in hopes of combating potential software piracy. System update v3.21 will disable the console’s “Install Other OS” feature, which allowed users to install the Linux operating […]

Emulation/Romhack/Homebrew showcase: Slayers

A new translation hit today, this one is a classic SNES game: Slayers! From the project website: Originally slated as an Famicom (NES) launch, Slayers’ developers recoded for the then cutting-edge Super Famicom (SNES). The resulting product may lack a few of the bells and whistles embedded in more recent RPGs, but the story rocks […]

All The News That Valve Deems Fit To Feed.

Today, Valve has announced a public beta of the new 2010 User Interface (UI) for the Steam digital distribution platform. Improvements abound(from better game library management to replacing Internet Explorer with a WebKit based rendering engine) that not only increase speed and security, but bolster rumors about a Linux or Mac client. But the one feature that intrigued […]

Viva La Revolución

[Via Rock, Paper, Shotgun] We barely need to say anything here (but we will), as where we’re going we don’t need words. We only need righteous fury. PC Gamer have experienced the controversial new Ubisoft DRM first-hand, in the PC build of Assassin’s Creed 2. We already thought the paranoid new copy protection was pretty […]

New Eternal Darkness Trademark?

Silicon Knights’ psychological horror game Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem was one of the bright spots in the GameCube library, so Nintendo’s new refiling of the Eternal Darkness trademark warrants at least a modicum of excitement. Or does it? Nintendo of America re-upped the trademark earlier this week, after canceling the previous mark in December, leaving […]

Wii Development in Decline?

Snippets released today from a Game Developer Research survey indicate that development for the Wii has declined in the last year. The firm polled more than 800 members of the development community about which platforms they were working on, among other topics. Roughly 41 percent of the respondents said they made games for consoles, with […]

English PC/PS2 PSU Servers Closing March 31, 2010

Attention Phantasy Star Universe players, We regret to announce that the PC and PlayStation2 servers for Phantasy Star Universe will be closing as of this March 31st, 2010. SEGA would like to extend its sincere thanks to those who have played on the PC/PS2 servers over the past several years. The final update for PC/PS2 […]

GoG timer up. The big news is…

In a landmark deal for the DRM-free digital distribution movement, Activision Publishing Inc. is bringing a wide range of classic games to GOG.com! It’s now official, we’re bringing you the biggest announcement in GOG.com’s history – Activision with it’s wealth of PC gaming gems has joined our DRM-free family. With the announcement we’re revealing first […]