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Dante’s Inferno Demo Impressions December 13, 2009

Posted by Christian Gillespie in Action, PS3, Uncategorized, Xbox 360.
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What do you get when you cross Dante’s epic poem, The Divine Comedy, with the gameplay of the God of War series; you get EA’s upcoming title, Dante’s Inferno.

Based off the epic poem, Dante must travel through the nine circles of hell to retrieve his love Beatrice from the clutches of Satan himself.

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EVE Hypos going on sale soon November 9, 2009

Posted by Santiago Azpurua-Borras in News, Uncategorized, Xbox 360.
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DO WANT

Well, it looks like science has won. Adam is real, and we are all going to kill each other over it.

Starting next January or so, you too can weild the power of plasmids! Thanks to this Eve Hypo!

These will cost you about $23 and will be available from play.com next year. You know you want one.

RAPTURE REMINDER: Liquid cannot be injected, the syringe is not meant to be injected, and the liquid receives its signature blue taint via LED lights.

Scarecrow confirmed in Arkham Asylum August 10, 2009

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Fear, as the U.S Government eeerrr I mean Scarecrow would say, is a powerful tool.

Fear, as the U.S Government eeerrr I mean Scarecrow would say, is a powerful tool.

The Joker. Harley Quinn. Poison Ivy. Just a few names the Caped Crusader (you) must face in the upcoming game Arkham Asylum.

That’s right, the master of fear himself, the Scarecrow is confirmed to be in the game.

But is he an actual boss? Or does he merely make a cameo in one of the games many challenge maps?

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Look to the character selection screen and behold. July 29, 2009

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Screw Aquarius and Leo, its all about Arakune and Rachael.

Screw Aquarius and Leo, its all about Arakune and Rachael.

This is your sign and your horoscope. Learn things you never knew about yourself through an arbitrary third party with questionable sources. Only it is not the stars we will be observing, but who you main as in the hit 2-D fighter BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.

Hit the jump to reveal your inner self and your future!

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Microsoft at E3: new Xbox Live content, 3D motion camera unveiled June 1, 2009

Posted by Chris McKenna in Uncategorized.
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via Gamespot

via Gamespot

This morning I had the privilege of enlightening you on the many new game titles to be released on the Xbox in coming months, and now I move on to the second part of the Microsoft press conference, which focused on Xbox Live and the mysterious “Project Natal.”

Xbox Live will be getting pretty social this fall. Even more reasons not to get off the couch. Check all of the details out after the jump.

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Liberty City glams up this Fall with “The Ballad of Gay Tony” May 26, 2009

Posted by David Sydiongco in DLC, Games, News, Uncategorized, Xbox 360.
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GTA THE BALLAD OF GAY TONY

The tales of Liberty City continue this Fall in the second Microsoft exclusive Grand Theft Auto IV episodic expansion pack, “The Ballad of Gay Tony,” at the price of 1600 MS Points ($20.00).

With neon-soaked flair, this Liberty City story will contrast heavily with the gritty biker underground of “The Lost & Damned.”

Players will assume of the role Luis Lopez as he serves as both street hoodlum and full-time assistant to nightclub giant Tony “Gay Tony” Prince, who was featured in Niko Belic’s misadventures of GTA IV. Lopez will have his work cut out for him as he contends with a world of “competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price.”

It will be interesting to see how Rockstar handles the apparent homosexual aspects of characters in this expansion. The stereotypical flamboyance of Bernie Crane in GTA IV, and the unnecessary crotch-shot of “The Lost & Damned” have shown that mature depiction isn’t exactly high on Rockstar North’s priority list. Still, chasing down homophobes with a RPG in GTA IV has always put a smile on my face.

It’s unfortunate to see that Niko Belic’s story will not be continued in this particular DLC. Hopefully, Luis Lopez will prove to be a much more interesting protagonist than the poor-man’s Ben Throttle of the last expansion.

Via [Destructoid]

Via [Joystiq]

Because you havent had enough: more Fallout 3 content on the way May 22, 2009

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Pip-boy approves

Pip-boy approves

Those who have played Fallout 3, the first-person-RPG, may or may not have stumbled upon a downed UFO where one can pick up the Alien Blaster. Well, at the same time, one could also pick up a radio frequency filled with incoherent alien-speak.

This July, the aliens are responding to that distress call, and they’re pissed.

Bethesda is planning on releasing two more expansion packs for their already massive game this June and July. The first being titled “Point Lookout” which takes place in a now swamp-like Point Lookout State Park located in Maryland. (More clever post-apocalyptic naming puns!)

The second titled “Mothership Zeta” is the one already mentioned in which the player will be abducted by aliens. Both of these quests will not require the Broken Steel expansion, so they can be activated whether or not you’ve completed the Project Purity quest. The same goes with the level cap, if you do have Broken Steel; it will be 30, if not the cap remains at 20. But sadly, neither will raise the level cap above 30, according to IGN.

They will both offer new armor, items and perks all of which are being kept under wraps. (Dogmeat armor? Please?)

They will both cost 800 Microsoft Points. This is interesting because if you’ve bought the last three expansion packs, and plan on buying these two, one would have spent a full $50 purely on expansion packs.

More details will be provided as they are revealed. For now, you can check out the entire story, plus an interview with Todd Howard, the game’s director.
http://xbox360.ign.com/articles/984/984127p1.html

Poison Ivy revealed, lacks pants. May 22, 2009

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Poison Ivy

The maiden of foliage is the newest villainess to be revealed in a recently-released video from the upcoming Arkham Asylum. (Which will be released September 2)

For those who don’t know, Pamela Lillian AKA Poison Ivy has the powers to speak to, manipulate, and create plants. The player will be confronting her in what looks like a Greenhouse-esque area of the Asylum. Poison Ivy allows herself to be consumed by one of her monster flowers in what looks like a very fun but intimidating boss battle.

Also she is not wearing any pants. Check her out in the video here!

Copy+Paste Games: we’re a blog, on the Internet May 18, 2009

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Modern videogames “journalism” is that only in name: journalistic integrity, fact-checking, and objectivity have been thrown out the window and replaced with rumors, sarcasm, and dick jokes.

In an endless effort to be relevant, gaming sites are letting facts fall by the wayside and strive for speed instead of accuracy.

As the recent Bioshock 2 rumor debacle has shown, breaking news stories are more often than not based off another site’s coverage of another site’s coverage of a Twitter comment on a rumor revealed in an anonymous forum post.

These sites seemingly copy and paste news stories from other blogs, add a little of their own “flair” and call it a day.

Here are the basic rules of the game:

  • We here at Copy+Paste Games aren’t journalists – we’re only bloggers, ourselves fans of the games we cover. But that fact doesn’t keep us from attempting to maintain even a basic level of integrity.
  • We will try to provide accurate coverage and poignant commentary, all in a shiny and hopefully entertaining package.
  • We can’t hope to keep up with the bigger blogs in terms of quantity, but we will try to provide original work that can be found only here, instead of the usual news stories covered everywhere else.
  • When we do cover news that we didn’t break ourselves, we will make sure to point you to the people who did. All sources will be cited: we don’t want to take credit where it isn’t due.
  • And, most of all, we’re here to provide our readers with a reliable source of up-to-date news and information on the games we all love.

So, brace yourself, Internet: we’re here to stay (unless very politely asked to leave.)