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Rumour: 3DS Could Rival PS3 and 360 in Power Stakes

3DS Could Rival PS3 and 360 in Power Stakes

Unnamed source talks power and internal chips

You could fit everything we currently know about the 3DS into a flea's rucksack, so when tantalising rumours come along it's our duty to report them, even when they seem too good to be true. IGN has recently posted an article referencing several unnamed developers that claim the console outstrips the Wii's graphical capabilities, stating it's closer to..

News: Twilight Princess "Starting Point" for New Wii Zelda

Twilight Princess "Starting Point" for New Wii Zelda

Aonuma continues cryptic discussion of new title

With all the secrecy surrounding the new Zelda title - for which we still don't have so much as a title or even anything other than a single piece of artwork - it wouldn't be a surprise to see it feature a minigame requiring you to get blood out of a stone. Eiji Aonuma continues to talk in tongues about his upcoming project, with an interview with..

News: Nintendo: We Don't Want To Remake Past Zelda Games

Nintendo: We Don't Want To Remake Past Zelda Games

Producer Eiji Aonuma doesn't want to break "emotional attachment" to classic titles

In an excellent interview with IGN, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma has explained why Nintendo doesn't follow the lead of other companies and remake vintage entries in the franchise: Whenever we have to think about the remake, we have to also think about the background, especially what kind of situation, what kind of..

News: The Grinder Is High Voltage's Second New IP

The Grinder Is High Voltage's Second New IP

Online co-op FPS puts you up against vampires, werewolves and the undead.

Yesterday, IGN had the exclusive unveiling of High Voltage Software's new IP, the bloody arena-fighter Gladiator A.D. Today, IGN has the scoop yet again on the second of HVS' games slated for an E3 unveil, and it's another looker with high ambitions. Yeah, E3 is next week, but I think we can forgive whoever oversees the HVS..

News: High Voltage Unveils Gladiator A.D.

High Voltage Unveils Gladiator A.D.

Ultraviolent fighting game takes a cue or two from the movie 300.

Remember that new "hardcore" title that IGN teased a while ago? You know, the one with all the blood and the mystery fuzzy image. Well, cat's out of the bag now, as it turns out it was one of High Voltage's new IPs set for an E3 reveal. Gladiator A.D. is a one-on-one (mostly) arena fighter inspired by the movie adaptation..

News: Rampant Speculation: IGN Teases New 'Hardcore' Title

Rampant Speculation: IGN Teases New 'Hardcore' Title

It's blurry, but it's apparently 'mature'

Here's one to keep you up at night: Matt Casamassina over at IGN has teased on his blog of a new, exclusive, ground-up Wii game with a very blurry picture. I'm not a photographic scientist or anything -- not sure the profession even exists, and if not, it should -- but at the very least, there seems to be a...

News: Details Seep Out on Cave Story, Night Game

Details Seep Out on Cave Story, Night Game

New video of CS' Sand Zone to boot

Tyrone Rodriguez, producer over at Nicalis, house of Cave Story and Night Game, made a guest appearance on the most recent IGN Nintendo Voice Chat podcast. While he remained silently "concentrating" for most of the hour, he did let slip a few details about his studio's highly anticipated WiiWare titles. We've known for a good while that Cave Story would..

News: Rampant Speculation: What's Nintendo Showing Off?

Rampant Speculation: What's Nintendo Showing Off?

Mystery game doing the press rounds

To avoid a crapfest of an E3 show, tons of companies are doing pre-event events to show off their wares to the gaming press. Activision's got one, EA has one coming up, and apparently Nintendo has a card up its sleeve on this front too. According to the latest IGN Nintendo Voice Chat podcast, editor Craig Harris is supposed to be shown a "mystery game"..

News: Wii MotionPlus Hit By The Delay Hammer?

Wii MotionPlus Hit By The Delay Hammer?

IGN fan the flames

IGN’s Wii podcast has added to already escalating rumours that Nintendo is having problems with the much-hyped Wii MotionPlus peripheral, and that it may not see the light of day when originally anticipated. The device, which is said to make the Wii Remote even more responsive to movement, was due to be launched in June, presumably alongside the killer app that is Wii Sports 2,..