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Saturday, May 2, 2009


Hold on to your hats the first Red Steel 2 video has been leaked to the web! Using Nintendo improved "Motion Plus" technology the game moves at a brisk pace. Visuals have been given a complete overhaul and the new direction looks very promising. The art style is reminicent of games like XIII, a much loved cult classic.

Red Steel 2 is set for a Holiday 2009 release.

This video comes to us from YouTube user
UndeadPriest via the NeoGAF forums. We thank him for his contribution to the gaming community and we thank NeoGAF for bringing this great video to our attention.


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Our Token of the Week comes to us from '1Logic'
He calls it the "happy bear" and he photographed it on a faux bear skin rug! Talk about classy.


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Friday, May 1, 2009

GTA: San Andreas - How to Find Tarnell

We have received literally hundreds of private messages asking us how to find the legendary Tarnell.

Everyone is wondering how can they play as the greatest character in GTA: San Andreas. Well wonder no more! This video shows you exactly where to find everyone's favorite "2 Player Icon."

When Tarnell first appeared in our earlier videos we had no idea he would become such an immensely popular character. Women want him and men want to be him. His iconic status has made him one of the most popular characters in the GTA franchise. There is even talk he may appear in future GTA titles.

This video details the location of the Two Player Co-Op Free Roam Mission found in GTA: San Andreas. Many people do not know that San Andreas has a two player co-op free roam mode. But then again, most people do not read instruction booklets.

The co-op mode in GTA:SA is actually one of the best features in the game. It even rivals the "online only" co-op found in later GTA titles.


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The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) welcomes the warm reception and excitement for the upcoming 2009 E3 Expo, the annual showcase for the industry's most innovative new products.

The 2009 E3 Expo, June 2-4 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, will feature publishers and developers for console, PC, online, and mobile platforms; makers of computer and video game hardware and accessories; and other leading industry businesses. In fact, 150 companies are exhibiting, including software publishers and every major hardware platform.

For 15 years, the E3 Expo has served as the launch pad for groundbreaking video game hardware and software announcements. Commenting on the upcoming expo, Michael D. Gallagher, CEO of the Entertainment Software Association, said, "The energy around the E3 Expo is great news for the industry. This year's expo will reflect more than ever the growth trajectory of the computer and video game industry both in North America and around the world."

E3 Expo organizers anticipate that approximately 40,000 stakeholders will attend this year's event, including retailers, industry analysts and journalists from consumer and trade print, online and broadcast media. For more information, visit the E3 Expo Web site, http://www.e3expo.com, or contact the E3 Expo team at (877) 216-6264.


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KOEI Corporation


KOEI introduces this year's hottest multi-player experience with DYNASTY WARRIORS®: Strikeforce exclusively for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system

Burlingame, CA -- April 29, 2009 -- KOEI, recognized worldwide as the premier brand of strategy and action games, today announced that DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system is available at retailers starting today. Gamers can find DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce, this year's hottest multi-player experience, at: Amazon.com, Best Buy, EBCanada, f.y.e., Game Crazy, GameFly, GameStop, and Target.

DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce delivers the newest and most revolutionary combat system to the franchise, with never-before-seen aerial fighting techniques, the ability to wield secondary weapons, and most of all the incredible "Fury" that transforms each fighter into a supernatural warrior.

Consumers can get a peek at all of the furious action by downloading a free demo and trailer today, from PlayStation®Network.

About DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce
The multi-million selling Dynasty Warriors® series has long been renowned for pitting a lone warrior against an army of thousands. The highly-anticipated action game reinvents the Dynasty Warriors brand of action into this year's hottest multi-player experience on the PSP system.

DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce is a game unlike any other in the series. For the first time, up to four friends can join together to form a "Strikeforce." As a team, players will travel to different towns, embark on quests, and use coordinated assaults to conquer heavily-armed fortresses and colossal beasts.

End of level bosses await intrepid heroes with a multitude of guises and deadly attacks while enemies, spread throughout each stage, possess much greater levels of intelligence and more powerful attacks. So now more than ever it's imperative that players work together as a team and find ways to overcome the challenges and obstacles that stand between them and victory.

New "Fury" transformations give characters even greater supernatural abilities and attacks, including lightning fast speed and the ability to fly. Warriors can now take to the skies and face off against their foes in spectacular aerial combat.

Later this year, KOEI will offer new content for DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce. Additional quests will be available free-of-charge, exclusively through PlayStation®Store.

DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce is developed by Omega Force and is for 1 to 4 players. Multi-player play is via ad-hoc mode only. This game is rated "T" (Teen- Violence) by the ESRB. For more information, visit


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