Just earlier today, MAGES released a promotional video for the soon-to-be released Steins;Gate game, Steins;Gate Senkei Kōsoku no Phenogram, or better known as Steins;Gate: Linear Bounded Phenogram.
If you are a fan of Batman and have always prayed for a game to be released detailing his early years before becoming the Dark Knight, wait no more, because on October 25th this year, you will be able to experience Batman: Arkham Origins or Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate first-hand on either one of your PC or favorite gaming consoles, be it portable or handheld.
In this upcoming, action-packed Jetstream DLC set to be released later today for the XBOX and PS3, we get to play as Samuel Rodriguez, a cyborg, codenamed “Jetstream”, involved with the Desperado PMSC group as well as a nemesis to Raiden in Metal Gear Rising.
Steins;Gate, the oddly-punctuated Xbox 360 Science Adventure title from 2009 is getting a true sequel. Entitled Steins;Gate Senkei Kousoku no Phenogram (phenogram of linear restriction) is scheduled to be released on both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in Spring 2013.
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Microsoft Singapore today announced price and pre-order details for Halo 4, its flagship Xbox 360 first-person shooter that will be released here on November 6. Three SKUs for the game will be sold here: a standard edition (SRP $69.00), limited… Read More »
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