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Dante’s Inferno protest a publicity stunt June 10, 2009

Posted by Santiago Azpurua-Borras in E3 2009.
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What? No Fred Phelps?

What? No Fred Phelps?

Religious fanatics protested EA’s upcoming game Dante’s Inferno. Game journalists and bystanders observed as the group displayed picket signs with messages such as “Infer-NO,” “Hell is not a game” and (my personal favorite) “EA = Electronic Anti-Christ.”

However, the protest was entirely staged by EA itself according to the LA Times.

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E3 Wrap-up 2009 June 6, 2009

Posted by Chris McKenna in E3 2009, Hardware, News, Sony, Wii, Xbox 360.
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Another E3 has come and gone. We’ve learned about a bunch of new games, some awesome peripherals, and some not-so-awesome.

We’ve also had a pretty exciting week here at Copy+Paste – we got our own domain name (copypastegames.com), and had our highest viewership yet.

So, in case you’ve missed anything that’s been squashed onto page 2, here’s a quick recap of the past week:

E3 2009:

Dead Rising 2 E3 trailer shows the dead, rising

E3 minus E3: how to get the most out of the expo from home (Copy+Paste Original)

Microsoft at E3:10 new games premiered

Microsoft at E3: new Xbox Live content, 3D motion camera unveiled

E3 2009: Ubisoft Conference Follow-Up

A hurricane of zombies to hit New Orleans in Left 4 Dead 2

Nintendo at E3: more than 10 games on both Wii and DS

E3 09: trailers, trailers, trailers

Copy+Paste Originals:

The Times, They are a-Changin’: The Life and Death of the Nintendo Game Boy

Death: Not just a boss in Castlevania

Gaming around the world: Venezuela

Stay tuned for more news from Copy+Paste! (And none of that lame wrap-up stuff.)

E3 09: trailers, trailers, trailers June 3, 2009

Posted by Chris McKenna in Action, DS, E3 2009, Games, PS3, Trailers, Xbox 360.
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Not these.

Not these.

Just because you can’t go to E3 doesn’t mean you can’t check out all the exciting content spewing out of the L.A. Convention Center. Today, we’ve brought you several new trailers – from brutal to adorable –  to scratch that E3 itch.


Nintendo at E3: more than 10 games on both Wii and DS June 2, 2009

Posted by Santiago Azpurua-Borras in E3 2009, Games, Hardware, News, Nintendo, Wii.
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Nintendo came onto the show, and unlike last year, they actually revealed many new games and add-on features to their already existent vast library of Wii accessories. DS fans especially should be very pleased.

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A hurricane of zombies to hit New Orleans in Left 4 Dead 2 June 2, 2009

Posted by David Sydiongco in Action, E3 2009, FPS, News, PC, Xbox 360.
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We apologize for the headline. (Sort of.)

Yesterday, EA and Valve announced they would be releasing a sequel to 2008’s awarding-winning zombie co-op shooter.

With the second wave of the infection set to drop on November 17th, Left 4 Dead 2 will take gamers on the misadventures of an all new group of four survivors through the American South.

Two of the new survivors will be featured on the August issue of PC Gamer. Rochelle (left) is an aspiring news anchor, while Coach (right) is a heavy set P.E. instructor.

Beside added environmental effects, a major addition to gameplay will be the addition of melee weapons. Hinted towards in the trailer are a chainsaw, fire axe, and frying pan.

A new type of special infected will be included as well; known as “The Charger.”

IGN reports that all campaigns will take place during the daytime. They will also have  much stronger narrative connections than the last game, including one that may take place in an area that has yet to be hit by the infection.

What do you guys think? Are you hungry for another zombie apocalypse?

Teaser trailer after the  jump.


E3 2009: Ubisoft Conference Follow-Up June 1, 2009

Posted by Christian Gillespie in Action, E3 2009, Games, News, Ubisoft, Wii, Xbox 360.
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Aside from conference host Jole McHale’s awful jokes, the Ubisoft conference went well, with the studio showing some exciting titles.

Hit the jump for a detailed recap of the conference