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  • Tokyo Game Show: Developer talks Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World for the PS2 (video)

    The video was shot by and provided to CrunchGear first by DigInfo Tokyo. Everyone agrees that the Dragonball trailer looks pretty crappy, but at least Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World, a fighting game based on the famous Japanese anime/manga, looks pretty decent. Namco Bandai promises the game, one of the biggest crowd pleasers today at the Tokyo Game Show, will hit stores worldwide on December 4th… Read More

  • Logitech announces the Wireless Microphone for rocking good times

    Logitech announces the Wireless Microphone for rocking good times

    I was actually excited to see this announcement from Logitech until I saw which games it supported. Sadly, it only supports Boogie, High School Musical, Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore and Rock Band. Well, I guess I could use it for RB1. And RB2 and GH: WT come with wireless mics, so I guess I don’t really have anything to complain about. Logitech’s Wireless… Read More

  • Mortal Kombat: Kollection ships: Three games for $30

    Mortal Kombat: Kollection ships: Three games for $30

    So, who still likes Mortal Kombat? Bless your heart, then, for a new three-game collection has shipped to stores nationwide. It’s called Mortal Kombat: Kollection, and it includes 2004′s Mortal Kombat: Deception, 2005′s Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks and 2006′s Mortal Kombat: Armageddon. It’s for the PS2, as you can plainly see right there. In truth, none of these games… Read More

  • PSA: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 in stores today

    PSA: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 in stores today

    Just a friendly reminder that EA’s TW09 is in stores today for the Xbox 360 ($60), PS2 ($40), PS3 ($60), PSP ($40) and the All-Play version ($50) is available for the Wii. Read More

  • Sony hopes to kickstart India’s gaming market with a new PS2

    Sony hopes to kickstart India’s gaming market with a new PS2

    Sony recently announced it will release the fourth version of the PS2 in India and Russia in late October. The new model will be slimmer and have a built-in AC adapter. Sony hopes that by continuing to support the PS2, it will help strengthen the developing gaming markets in those areas. They are still marketing the PS3 but Sony feels that most potential gamers in that market will be more likely… Read More

  • Atlus announces Persona 4 (I'm excited)

    Atlus announces Persona 4 (I'm excited)

    You may have read my recommendation of Atlus’ monster hit, Persona 3: FES in a not-so-recent CrunchArcade column. It’s a great game, and as you can guess from the “3″ in its title, part of an ongoing series. Atlus just announced the next entry in the series, unsurprisingly titled Persona 4. I thought I’d mention it in case you hadn’t taken my advice about… Read More

  • Sony has ‘no plans’ for downloadable PS2 games on PS3 Store

    Sony has ‘no plans’ for downloadable PS2 games on PS3 Store

    Sony has shot down the “PS2 games on PlayStation Store?” rumor. For now. The rumor started after last week’s big Sony press conference where it announced a PlayStation movie store. Some of the screens on display showed PS2 games as being on the store, but Sony chalked that up to a mistake. At this point, we haven’t made any announcements, and there are no plans for PS2… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Rock Band for PS2, $100 at Amazon

    CrunchDeals: Rock Band for PS2, $100 at Amazon

    If you’ve got a PlayStation 2 and you’ve been waiting to pull the trigger on Rock Band, then I can safely tell you to pull, dammit! Pull! Amazon.com has the PS2 Rock Band Special Edition bundle for $99.99, which includes free shipping. This same bundle sells for at least $140 just about everywhere else. Again, pull! via dealnews Read More

  • CrunchArcade: Red-colored PS2 debuts in Japan next month

    CrunchArcade: Red-colored PS2 debuts in Japan next month

    Ding ding ding d!ng…… Sony’s releasing a red-colored PS2 in Japan on July 3. It’s gonna cost you ¥16,000, or around $150, for the eight-year-old game console. Nowhere is it suggested that this model of the PS2 will be released here in the U.S. :-( And yes, in lieu of a PS3, I still have a PS2 connected to my TV, thank you very much. Read More

  • CrunchArcade: The Column

    CrunchArcade: The Column

    CrunchArcade is a weekly column in which the week’s gaming news, reviews, and other games-related tidbits are collected and augmented for your pleasure and convenience. This week in CrunchArcade: iPhones, controversy, Master Miyagi vs. Pac-Man, and Japanese high-school kids blasting their spirit-brains out in Persona 3: FES. Read More