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The PlayStation Network has been adding game after game to its servers. Some brand new releases in February are listed after the break!

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MHFU

Japanese soccer players are being asked to play co-op games on the PSP to help build team spirit! Samurai Blue team has been playing well mostly because of the teamwork involved in defeating monsters in the hit PSP title Monster Hunter.

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BGO

Battlestar Galactica is a long running TV series. So it was inevitable that Battlestar Galactica will have its own MMO. Bigpoint is making the big game and has put up a February date for an open beta of Battlestar Galactica online.

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D2D

D2D has created a new program for referrals to its gaming catalog. The Tell-A-Friend program allows a gamer to receive discounts, get PayPal money or to donate to charity whenever their referred friend buys the game!

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Sony is planning to introduce backwards compatibility of PSP games on the NGP. The downloadable games on any user’s PSN account can be played directly on the NGP. Word is not out yet on UMD games being ported to the NGP.

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Nook

XDA member deeper-blue ported the preview SDK version of the next iteration of Google’s mobile OS Android 3.0 on the Barnes & Noble eBook reader, the NOOKColor. Android 3.0, codenamed Honeycomb has been developed with tablets in mind. This means that when properly streamlined and optimized for tablet computers, Honeycomb will take the mobile computing scene to newer heights. So, in a few days, the NOOKColor will probably have a working version of Android 3.0!

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AI War Releases Light of the Spire Expansion. Also Becomes Officially Enormous with v5.0

AI War is a pretty big game already. The space-strategy has now officially become enormous with the release of the Light of the Spire expansion pack. With 180 new ships, new factions and new music, AI War is an attractive package for the indie gaming aficionado.

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Old Classics Hit Facebook as Casual Games

The Learning Company has decided to release old classic educational games for casual gamers on Facebook. Oregon Trail and Carmen Sandiego games are up for a February release by The Learning Company for Facebook users.

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Activate3D has come up with a new piece of tech called Intelligent Character Motion (ICM) technology. The ICM basically allows the player to “feel” through the virtual world as if they were in it – the ultimate goal of most of these motion control input devices. Based on the input (via a Kinect sensor or a Wii wand or any other motion-sensing device) and the surrounds of the virtual avatar, the ICM predicts the most accurate action based on the context.

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Calling it the very unimaginative “Online Saving” process, Sony has informed developers about this new axis of storing files and save data with their forthcoming 3.60 firmware update. Cloud storage has the dual advantage of not only making sure the gamer has his/her peace of mind, knowing that their save data is safely backed up on a remote server, it also enables the gamer to play the same game from the same save point on multiple consoles, since the save data is tied to a specific PlayStation Network account.

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Angry Birds + Rio = Motion Picture Based Casual Game!

Fox Studios have recognized this exceptional appeal that the mobile game has amongst the general populace and have partnered with Rovio for the publicity of their up and coming motion picture Rio featuring two rare macaws Blu and Jewel on a whirlwind journey through the magical city of Rio. The movie, slated for an April release, will utilize the mobile gaming platform in a delightfully new way.

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M&BWFS

A new Mount & Blade game has been announced by Taleworlds; one that includes new “modern” weapons such as pistols, muskets and crude grenades and promises more political intrigue, new factions and a generally awesome feel that follows the Mount & Blade games and I have every reason to get excited, and so do you.

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Sony is going gung ho over their lawsuit against Geohotz and others for violating their Digital Copyrights. How they will remove all traces of the hack from the internet is another story altogether.

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DNF

Duke Nukem Forever is going to be released on the 3rd of May, 2011 in the USA and 6th of May 2011 for the rest of the world. That’s right, Duke Nukem Forever + concrete release dates = lots of absolutely awestruck fans.

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Zork

As mentioned earlier, the initial conjectures were partly right about the police line on GOG.com. The fine Polish people have managed to wriggle out some more Activision titles to add to their truly old and classic library of games for sale. The two impressive DRM-free bunch of titles that they have recently acquired are the Zork Anthology and Police Quest game

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