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Interested in Uncharted 3's story? Watch it all here.
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MLB 12 The Show Review
The boys of summer are at it again as another season of baseball is in full swing. With a new season, of course a new baseball game is going to show up. Up to bat is MLB 12 The Show. Does this veteran has what it takes to make it to the World Series, or will it be the day th... [read more]
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The RPG Fanatic: Seiken Densetsu 3 Retrospect and Review + Operation Manafall
You might know this game as Secret of Mana 2, but this video is titled by the only name it was officially released as. This was a Japan exclusive game in the Mana series that many people aren't aware existed, but let's change that starting right now!... [read more]
From the Editor's Desk: Is the Gamestop Lawsuit Good or Bad for Gamers?
Gamestop settled on a lawsuit regarding the sale of used games that are missing DLC. Is this lawsuit a win for gamers or will this cause more problems for gamers? ... [read more]
SXSW 2012: Indie Game: The Movie impressions
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Soul Reaver reportedly receiving reboot
Posted on March 20, 2012 by Wayne

The PSX paid witness to several titles that have attained cult following in the decade plus since its launch. One such title is the follow-up to Legacy of Kain: Blood Omen. The sequel given the subtitle Soul Reaver was first released in 1999 and has been released as part of the Playstation Hits series since its initial release. A report claims that Crystal Dynamics, which first developed Soul Reaver, is in the process of developing a reboot to the title for Xbox Live Arcade. There is no news as to what exactly the reboot will entail, but as a longtime fan of the series, it is certainly a more than welcome sight to see the series resurrected. This can only bode well for the future of the downloadable game market as more and more older titles either in the forms of port of reboots, are making their way onto the platform. 

Source:  Gamespot

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