Monthly Archives: September 2007

Ronaldmiiho

Disregarding the fact that Halo 3 was released on Wednesday – netting Microsoft a cool $170 million in the US alone in just one day – this week’s line up of new releases “belongs” to THQ, with no less than five games...
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Shaken, not stirred

Dreamcast maraca shaker Samba de Amigo is coming to Wii. The original used two plastic motion-sensing maracas, so it’s something of a match made in heaven. The real surprise though is who Sega have asked to develop it – GearBox software, of...
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My oh my

It’s all change in the top 10 – Medal of Honour: Airbourne has dropped from top ‘o the pile to #6 allowing Tiger Woods 08 to go on top. MySims enters at #2, Super Paper Mario rises up one place to #3,...
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Sony rumble in Tokyo

It’s known that Sony left out the rumble from the PlayStation 3’s controller due to Immersion’s lawsuit over use of their patented rumble technology. Sony’s official line, however, was that the rumble feature affected the motion sensor SIXAXIS technology, and that it’s...
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Master Chef

It’s not unusual for retailers to start selling hyped-beyond-belief games a couple of days before their actual release. Rainforest-destroying* Argos, though, have set a new record by selling Halo 3 a whole week early. It’s all to do with their ‘check and...
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That other handheld

You might not have heard of the GP2X before – Gamepark’s marketing budget doesn’t extend to much beyond a full page advert in Retro Gamer. The fact that you can’t simply pop down to Gamestation and buy one doesn’t help the publicity...
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Cough. Cough. Choke

Midway’s heavy promotion for Stranglehold – sorry, John Woo Presents Stranglehold – has paid off: it’s #2 in the chart, beating off Super Paper Mario which goes in at #4. Medal of Honor Airbourne is still on top. Heavenly Sword enters at...
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