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Game Employment Rises In The United States

Posted by on Dec 22, 2009

It’s every gamers fantasy: To actually be there and help create a video game. Any secondary gaming fantasy can’t be printed because I’m trying to keep this PG, but I’m sure it involves chocolate sauce and the bikini girls of Dead or Alive. PRNewsire.com has released a...

Mass Effect 2 Action Figures in 2010

Posted by on Dec 22, 2009

Although appearing significantly (and curiously) later than the game, DC Unlimited have announced that they’ll be producing a new line of Bioware’s Mass Effect 2 action figures in 2010. Along the lines of the World of Warcraft figures currently available by DC Unlimited, the ME2 line...

Army of Two: The 40th Day, Demo Review

Posted by on Dec 22, 2009

Release date: 12th – 15th January 2010 Systems: PS3, Xbox 360, PSP Army of Two was a confusing game for me. On one hand it was brilliant, everything that makes a hardcore shoot ‘em up was there, yet there was so much missing and so many things that made me shout to the heavens, “I hate this game!”...

Bayonetta Sneaks Out Early (For Some, Anyway)

Posted by on Dec 22, 2009

Release dates are seemingly less and less important these days. The latest in a long line of titles leaking into sweaty, over-eager gamer hands days before official release dates, it looks like Bayonetta is also available now . . . at least, for those canny enough to look. Kotaku is reporting that...

How FFX killed a God and is after Santa Claus now

Posted by on Dec 22, 2009

In today’s society, where atheism is the new black, religion is more a state of mind than a lifestyle. Most people run the routine of attending their church duties on holidays, or for special events like a wedding or a funeral. We worship media fixtures over the prospect of a holy figure,...

Modern Warfare 2 Still Tops the UK Charts

Posted by on Dec 21, 2009

Unlike the UK music charts (Rage Against the Machine beating off X Factor’s Joe to the Christmas #1? Awesome), there are few surprises in the final gaming chart before Christmas. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 holds the top spot for the sixth consecutive week, making it the official...

ESRB Rating for Dante's Inferno

Posted by on Dec 21, 2009

So it’s official – due to blood, gore, intense violence, nudity and sexual content, Dante’s Inferno will be rated as Mature. And whilst there’s no surprises there, there may be a spoiler or two in the summary, so proceed with caution please if you’d like to remain in...

GGS.com – We're Hiring!

Posted by on Dec 21, 2009

We’re always looking for new contributors to join us here at GGS.com. If you are 18+, have a keen interest in gaming, great written skills and the time commitment to contribute regularly (we’re looking for at least five articles a week), we’d love to hear from you! Whilst we’re not exclusively an...

Heavy Rain: DLC and Collector's Edition

Posted by on Dec 20, 2009

All kinds of news is spilling out about Heavy Rain right now. Jefferson Dong, SCEA Marketing Manager for Heavy Rain, announced on the PlayStation Blog that from today, Canadian and US pre-orders of the title will come bundled with the first episode of the ‘Heavy Rain Chronicles’ for...

Sony Unveil Premium PSN Subscription Plans

Posted by on Dec 20, 2009

There’s been rumours flying around for awhile, but Kotaku believe they’ve stumbled upon the strongest evidence yet that Sony are moving towards a premium PSN service. A chart of proposed plans suggests four different subscription rates: $4.99 or $9.99 per month, or $29.99 or $69.99 per...

Give me Space!

Posted by on Dec 19, 2009

Just incase you weren’t scared enough already by Dead Space, the sequel – being released in 2010 – has been dubbed as being even more frightening than the original. Now, I don’t know about you, but I’m scarred for life after being stalked by the Twitchers in frozen sleeping quarters and...

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