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  • THQ Head: No PS3 Price Cut Coming At E3

    According to THQ CEO Brian Farrell, a price-cut may be coming for the PlayStation 3, but it won't be announced at this year's E3 as many have speculated. Although Farrell has no insider knowledge of Sony's plans, he thinks the price of the PS3 will drop later this year. "The challenging platform is the PS3," Farrell told Gamasutra,...

    Posted May 7, 2009 | 190 Comments

  • ESA Announces E3 '09 Charity Events

    This year’s E3 might be a return to the hedonistic glory that defined it for so many years, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for a few charity events to put the whole show into perspective. The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has announced that during E3 (June 2-4), attendees will, among other things, be able...

    Posted May 6, 2009 | 1 Comment

  • Capcom Reveals E3 Lineup, Teases Mystery Games

    With less than a month before E3 2009 in Los Angeles, publishers are starting to talk up their games. Sega revealed a small part of their lineup earlier this week, but Capcom's gone a step further and disclosed what games will be on display…including some that haven't been announced yet. Over at Capcom Unity, Capcom director of...

    Posted May 6, 2009 | 45 Comments

  • Does The Rumored 360 Motion Controller Already Exist?

    Ars Technica has an intriguing take on the recent rumor (and leaked photo) of a webcam-based, motion sensing 360 controller: It already exists. The device in question might well be a console version of the ZCam from 3DV! Far from being ungrounded speculation, there's a lot to back up Ars Technica's suspicion. Here's the case: Described as...

    Posted May 6, 2009 | 50 Comments

  • Sega Confirms Some E3 Games, Nothing Shocking Revealed

    I have Twitter on the brain today. After reporting on the prospects of a Ninjatown 2 sequel from a Twitter status update, Sega has confirmed part of their E3 lineup over the social networking service, as well. So far, Sega is only willing to say Alpha Protocol, Bayonetta, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Planet 51 (based on the...

    Posted May 5, 2009 | 26 Comments

  • Neal Tiles' 'Open Source' For May

    A new Open Source post from G4 President Neal Tiles is live... check it out here. This month Neal talks about how the G4's upcoming E3 excitement, a behind-the-scenes special on Terminator Salvation, ratings on 4/20, the possibility of a second season of G4 Underground, official G4 merchandise and more. Submit your own questions to Neal Tiles...

    Posted May 1, 2009 | 8 Comments

  • Rumor: Microsoft Working On Motion-Controls Too?

    We at TheFeed are sometimes accused of being biased in favor of one console over another. It isn't true (except for my on-the-record views on how badly Intellivision sucks compared to Atari), and to prove it, I'm going to repeat a story I wrote earlier today about the PlayStation 3, except this time, it's going to be about the Xbox 360. Here...

    Posted May 1, 2009 | 31 Comments

  • Square Enix Teases New Game

    We've got a mystery on our hands, folks: Call Scooby and Shaggy! No, it's not a ghost at the old amusement park, instead it's a mysterious new game that Square Enix is teasing. Square has put up a page for the game at aptly-URLed: www.square-enix.co.jp/mystery/ which reveals a futuristic city-scape accompanied by a cacophony of gunshots and...

    Posted May 1, 2009 | 16 Comments

  • PlayStation 3 Motion Sensing At E3?

    Variety's CutScene blog has spoken to several sources who have said that Sony will be revealing a motion sensing controller for the PlayStation 3 at E3 this year. Reportedly, the PlayStation 3 motion-sensor will use LED lights and a webcam to track movements. Because the camera reads the shape and angle of the lights, the PlayStation 3's motion...

    Posted May 1, 2009 | 111 Comments

  • 'Forza Motorsport 3' Coming This Year?

    Rev your rumor engines Forza fans. The upcoming third installment of Microsoft’s racing series has been spotted in the Brazilian wilderness, aka Microsoft’s headquarters in Brazil. CVG posted a video of a presentation that briefly showed a logo for the game sitting squarely in the 2009 line-up column. Honestly, we’ve been...

    Posted April 30, 2009 | 40 Comments

  • Video Game Hall Of Fame To Open In Iowa?

    I don't know about you, but when I think of video games, I think of Ottumwa, Iowa. The tiny town in the south of Iowa is the seat of Wapello County and the birthplace of both actor Tom Arnold and notorious rare-book thief Stephen Blumberg. It also might soon be the home of the Video Game Hall of Fame. See, Twin Galaxies, the video game...

    Posted April 29, 2009 | 18 Comments

  • Hands-On Preview: 'PixelJunk 1-4'

    Just recently coming off my interview with Q-Games Dylan Cuthbert at GDC, I was pretty excited to find out that we’d be getting the first glimpse of their next PSN title, tentatively titled PixelJunk 1-4, at Sony’s pre-E3 Gamer’s Day. Every PixelJunk title has been a different type of game, and 1-4 is no different. However, if...

    Posted April 29, 2009 | 3 Comments

  • PlayStation Portable 2 Details: Supposed Name, Release Date, SKUs And More

    1Up's David Ellis (one of G4's favorite drinking buddies) has been scouring the Earth for details on the PlayStation Portable 2. Through numerous unnamed sources, he has confirmed several details about the upcoming handheld system. Some of them were completely expected, while some of the details are new. Here's the (supposed) skinny on the...

    Posted April 29, 2009 | 133 Comments

  • Hands-On: 'SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3'

    While SOCOM fans don't currently have a PS3 singleplayer SOCOM, the next Fireteam game - which will include both singleplayer and multiplayer - is shaping up to be a worthy entry in the series on the PSP. The game, which is currently in pre-alpha, uses a few new features to streamline gameplay and innovate over Fireteam Bravo 2. Storywise,...

    Posted April 29, 2009 | 4 Comments

  • First Impressions: 'Madden NFL 10' Wii Version

    Although the game is dropping "All Play" from the title, this is still very much a casual Madden for Wii owners and is setup for quick play at parties. You'll be able to delve deeper into the game if you so choose, but it's designed for quick games that can be finished in a few minutes. This year, the Wii version is being developed at...

    Posted April 29, 2009 | 8 Comments

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