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Conduit 2 includes optional MotionPlus support

High Voltage Software experimented with support for the MotionPlus peripheral in The Conduit, but omitted it from the final game. Sega announced today that the sequel will allow players to augment the game’s controls with the underused gyroscope peripheral.

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Serious Sam HD promo brings us back to the House of Sam

No matter how you feel about Serious Sam’s brand of first-person mayhem, you’ve got to admit the marketing behind the HD remakes has been brilliant — and this latest video for Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter is no different. It’s the second promo to feature the ” House of Sam ,” a place where folks can worship His divine shotgun; where those afflicted with Krundle Blindness — an inability to see things in high-def — can be be cured.

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Lego Harry Potter trailer previews cast of ‘Spellbinding’ characters

We admit it: This latest trailer for Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 resonates with us in a big, big way. How could we not be on board with a video that shows how nearly every character from the first four books has been transmogrified into Lego form? That’s like a sure-fire recipe for nerd ambrosia

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Browser-based QuickHit Football catches NFL licensing deal

Browser game developer Quick Hit, Inc. has announced that it has secured the rights to use NFL teams, logos, uniforms and all other trademarks associated with the league during the next “season” of its flagship online sports title, QuickHit Football .

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Bad Company 2′s Onslaught mode deploys June 22 for $10

DICE has finally dated its upcoming co-op-friendly Onslaught mode in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 on Xbox 360 and PS3: June 22. It’ll be available that Tuesday for $10 on PSN and 800 on Xbox Live — European PS3 owners will have to wait an extra day, until June 23. Oh, and if you’re a PC user, scratching your head and wondering why you aren’t getting the DLC, you should probably read this .

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Super Mario Galaxy 2 on sale for $35 through Dell

Dell has marked down Super Mario Galaxy 2 to $35. For a high-profile game just released weeks ago, that’s a pittance — less than a pittance

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Super Mario Galaxy 2 on sale for $35 through Dell

Dell has marked down Super Mario Galaxy 2 to $35. For a high-profile game just released weeks ago, that’s a pittance — less than a pittance .

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ESRB rates JellyCar 2 for Wii and DSi

If you’ve never experienced the impossible magic of JellyCar , the XNA and iPhone platforming sensation, then you might not get as excited as we are about these two recent ESRB listings for JellyCar 2 . The ratings board recently slapped an E (as in, for Everyone) on the sequel, which is apparently expanding from its current home on the App Store to the WiiWare and DSiWare platforms in the near future. On one hand, we’re excited about the proliferation of the JellyCar franchise in any way, shape or form

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EA’s ‘Spare Parts’ to be assembled on XBLA, PSN

EA’s Bright Light is working on the next Harry Potter game , but the studio evidently has got something else in the pipeline as well: Spare Parts . It’s a downloadable title for XBLA and PSN about robots working together to rebuild their spaceship, according to EA’s E3 lineup announcement

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Trine 2 revealed as part of Atlus E3 lineup

Atlus today distributed a list of titles it will showcase at the (extremely impending) Electronic Entertainment Expo next week. One of the names mentioned on the decidedly vague list of games is Trine 2 , the follow-up to Frozenbyte’s 2009 PC and PSN action-platformer — and to think some folks assumed Atlus was just going to announce an XBLA version of the original game. How silly! Also included in the publisher’s E3 lineup is another unannounced title: Rock of Ages , which is being developed by Zeno Clash creator Ace Team.

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