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Capcom 2010 TGS liveblog

By some miracle, we made it to the Capcom event clear across Tokyo.

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Ico and Shadow of the Colossus PS3 updates listed in Famitsu, sold separately in Japan

Famitsu has confirmed remastered PlayStation 3 versions of both Ico and Shadow of the Colossus .

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Sumthing Else releasing Halo: Reach soundtrack

Tradition dictates that a new Halo game be accompanied by an official soundtrack release, and Halo: Reach is no different. Sumthing Else Music Works has announced that it will release the Halo: Reach original soundtrack both digitally an in a 2 CD set. The soundtrack will be available for download from iTunes and Sumthing Digital on September 14, the release date of Halo: Reach .

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Tokyo Game Show 2010 promising more products, fewer RPGs

There are a total of 630 products being shown at this year ‘s Tokyo Game Show, nearly 40 percent more than the 456 products shown last year . However, while there’s a lot more on show, it’s surprising to see which genres are dwindling down

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‘Project Sword’ coming to iOS from Epic

Epic Games president Mike Capps took the stage at Apple’s live event today to announce Project Sword (codename), an Unreal Engine 3 powered game for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad due later this year. Based in a medieval setting, it’s a sword fighting action game with versus battles and it looks amazing

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Now Playing: August 30 – September 5, 2010

Metroid with a Team Ninja twist. Choose your platform to jump to a specific release list: Last updated: Tuesday, 3:40 PM Continue reading Now Playing: August 30 – September 5, 2010 Now Playing: August 30 – September 5, 2010 originally appeared on Joystiq on Tue, 31 Aug 2010 15:40:00 EST

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USB modchip device claims to enable PS3 game backups

Since its release, the PS3 has put up a strong wall against hackers. The piracy problems that have plagued other systems — including Sony’s own PSP — just haven’t been an issue. Now a group purports to have designed a USB plug-and-play device that defeats Sony’s copy protection.

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Oddworld games permanently marked down to $5.99 on GoG

In the market for some classic puzzle-platformer action?

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