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Borderlands The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned DLC Announced

2K Games announced the first DLC for upcoming RPG shooter Borderlands, The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned. Following on the popular zombie movement, Dr. Ned is tasked with keeping the workers of Jakobs Cove alive, and does his job a little too well. Zombies and 

Grand Theft Auto 4 Joins Xbox 360 Games on Demand

Grand Theft Auto IV is now available for download through Xbox 360’s Live Marketplace Games on Demand service. Xbox 360 owners with net-connected boxes can download the 7GB game for $29.99. For the same $30 price tag users can purchase the game from retailers, and

Australian EB Games Says No to PSPgo

The Dutch aren’t the only ones saying “no thanks” to the PSP Go. EB Games in Australia is also politely declining to sell it in their stores. Calls to stores in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra by Kotaku staff revealed that none of the EB Games

Bioshock 2 Returns to Rapture in February 2010

2K Games announced that Bioshock 2 will be released on February 9, 2010 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. It was originally supposed to hit shelves this November, but it was announced delayed back in July due to development issues.   Bioshock 2 takes

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Mortal Online Released June 9, 2010

Mortal Online was officially released today.  The game itself cannot be purchased yet at retail stores but is available in a boxed version or digital download only.  Prices are still advertised in Euros only and there is a nice discount for purchasing the digital download

Dark Void Joins List of Delayed Games

Dark Void joins the growing list of games delayed until 2010. It originally had a late September ’09 release, it’s now slated for release between January and March of 2010. Publisher Capcom announced it’s delayed release today citing they wanted to “avoid competition”. Dark Void

China Bans Violent “Mafia” Online Games

China’s censorship program aimed at creating social stability has found another victim. China has placed a ban on linking to and advertising violent online games. According to the Culture Ministry Web site on Monday; games that promote drug use, obscenities, gambling, or crimes such as

Take Two Confirms Bioshock 2 Delay

Take Two has confirmed the delay in release of Bioshock 2. With an original release date of November 2009, they have announced the delay in order to improve the quality of the game and to produce a better performing product for the marketplace. Three other