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Tomb Raider: Underworld Beneath the Ashes...

You Tomb Raider: Underworld fans out there can rejoice as the Beneath the Ashes DLC pack comes out on February 10th via the Xbox LIVE Marketplace. Featuring not only six new outfits for the iconic hero Lara Croft to wear, the expansion also...

Dynasty Warriors 6 EMPIRES – 50 New...

There are 50 new screenshots released from the strategy action game ‘Dynasty Warriors 6 EMPIRES’, including some featuring a new character, ‘Meng Huo’. You can also see screens of the edit mode. Edit Mode allows you to...

Eidos Considering Tomb Raider Redesign

Apparently, Eidos was not impressed with the 1.5 million units of Tomb Raider: Underworld sold in the game’s first weeks out of the gate and will be considering a redesign of not only the character Lara Croft but everything in an attempt...

Demon’s Souls Trailer Shows off...

Don’t get me wrong, the third-person fantasy RPG has been done before, but Demon’s Soul look sufficiently atmospheric enough to be entertaining. Under development by From Software and being published by SCE Japan, Demon’s...

Top 10 PC Games in the U.S. for 2008

Nielsen has released its official top ten most popular PC games in the United States for 2008. Nielsen uses their GamePlay Metrics system for determining the games on the list, which polls approximately 33,000 people across the country. Pos. /...

8 Ball DLC Pack Out for GRID

The 8 Ball DLC pack is now available for Codemasters’ Race Driver: GRID. The pack adds eight new vehicles to drive as well as two new multiplayer events to race them on. The pack is going for 800 Microsoft Points and will be available...

Tomb Raider: Underworld Demo Up on LIVE

The demo for Tomb Raider: Underworld is now up on Xbox LIVE, weighing in at 1.3 GB. For you PC gamers, don’t fret, the word is that a demo for Windows PCs will be released on October 31st, so keep a lookout. Tomb Raider: Underworld is set...

E3 2009 – Both Media and Public Days

**UPDATE: The ESA has made their official statement regarding the changes to E3 2009 here.File this under the ‘almost confirmed’ department, but several sources (including one I cannot name within the ESA organization) are hinting...