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  • 07Apr

    ‘Dungeon Siege III’ moved to June

    Square Enix announced today that North America’s launch date for Dungeon Siege III would be changed to June 21, 2011. (Sorry.) This counts for both console versions and the PC version. So, what’s with the delay? Apparently they need more time for polish. “Square Enix is committed to delivering the ultimate Dungeon Siege experience,” said Mike Fischer, president and CEO of Square Enix, Inc.  “Although the final polish phase has demanded a bit more time than originally planned, we want to assure fans and followers that the additional effort will allow us to deliver an action-RPG worthy of its rich heritage.” So, hey. They’re polishing it up some more. That can’t hurt, right?

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  • 07Apr

    A third ‘L.A. Noire’ trailer has been released, and it is filled with shouting men

    In the latest trailer for L.A. Noire, we’re not concerned with murderers or car thieves. Though those have their place, today we’re talking about drugs on the streets. Morphine, specifically. So, Cole is not too happy about this. But his supervisors aren’t too happy with him, either. At least that’s what it sounds like, anyway. There’s yelling all over the place. One of the Mad Men is a mad man, and he’s surrounded by other mad men. Um, yeah. See for yourself in the video below.

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  • 07Apr

    BioWare and FUNimation are working to bring you exactly what you wanted — A ‘Mass Effect’ anime film (You wanted that, right?)

    BioWare and FUNimation are adapting a full-length anime feature film based on the Mass Effect franchise. Tokyo-based T.O Entertainment will act as co-producer, with BioWare’s Casey Hudson acting as executive producer with FUNimation’s CEO, Gen Fukunaga, and Director of Original Entertainment, Chris Moujaes. On the T.O Entertainment side, Takeichi Honda and Yui Shibata will also produce. “Over the last few years, we have revealed different pieces of the Mass Effect world through different media. Extending the story through an anime medium is another amazing opportunity for us,” said Casey Hudson, who serves Executive Producer for the Mass Effect series as well as this new venture. “Partnering with FUNimation ensures that we will bring this rich universe to life with the utmost quality and the same attention to detail that the Mass Effect games are known for.” The movie is already in production, with a scheduled release (both digitally and physically)

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