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Steve Horvath on the UFS CCG

With a number of additions coming up soon to Sabertooth’sUniversal Fighting System collectable card game, Steve Horvath recently took the time to reflect on the game’s first year in circulation as well as the future of the game: Aaron Auzins: First, thanks for taking time out of your schedule to answer these questions. Steve Horvath: […]

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Kyle Ward on In the Groove

There’s no better time to be a music game fan with not only a number of rhythm games hitting Japan, but also in the U.S. One of those series, originating from Roxor Games in the United States, is In the Groove (ITG), preparing for a third arcade release with a potential release for a home […]

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Ted Lange on Guitar Hero II

Ever since the uber-successful launch of Guitar Hero, it was inevitable that the axe would strike the PS2 once again. With new tracks, new modes and a vamped-up look, Guitar Hero II hit shelves earlier this week. But a game doesn’t hit shelves without a staff of dedicated programmers and artists putting time into the […]

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Dennis Lee on Konami’s Elebits

Hide and seek makes its way to the Nintendo Wii in Konami fashion on Dec. 12 when Elebits hits the shelves. Konami’s Wii debut will have players fishing around various environments in pursuit of Elebits, creatures who create the world’s energy, in single-player and multiplayer game modes. Using the Wii Remote, players will take their […]

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David Perry on Acclaim’s PC MMOs

In 2006, Howard Marks re-launched the Acclaim brand of gaming under a new vision. Instead of diving straight back into the console race, the company has taken a look across the ocean to a rising gaming market that is oft forgotten about in U.S. gaming – Korea. Since getting back into the game, the Web […]

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Jason Enos on Konami’s 2006 DDR Lineup

The stage is set for 2006’s Dance Dance Revolution titles, with the recent arcade hit Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA scheduled to hit the Playstation 2 tomorrow. Following on its footsteps later this year, Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 4 will be released for the Xbox and DDR will make its jump into the next-generation with the […]

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Naoki Maeda: Latin America is a “very hopeful market”

Back when news of this year’s brand new DanceDanceRevolution titles surfaced during July’s E3 event, Konami of America went out of its way to state it was going to feature “major licensed master Latin tracks.”While we were initially ignorant about the impact these Latin tunes would have on the final product, DanceDanceRevolution X2 released in […]

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Interview with 2K Marin about BioShock 2

Fresh off finishing work on the much-anticipated BioShock 2, the teams at 2K Marin and Digital Extremes have surfaced from the depths of Rapture for a quick breath of air. Thankfully, during this time, Jordan Thomas, Zak McClendon and Hoagy De La Plante from 2K Marin and Mat Tremblay and Jesse Attard of Digital Extremes […]

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Interview with Going Loud Studios’ Ben Kane

Going Loud Studios now has a trio of titles available on Xbox LIVE Indie Games and given how unique each title is from one another, it’s easy to see the ambition of developer Ben Kane. Coming off of the release of his newest title DLC Quest, Kane was able to take some time to talk […]

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