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Pandemic Studios to Close Down

According to Kotaku, Pandemic Studios is no more. The developper behind the hits “Full Spectrum Warrior” and “Star Wars: Battlefront” is rumored to be axed by Electronic Arts later today. Go to http://kotaku.com/5406449/ for the full story.

The team had been working on the eagerly anticipated video game Saboteur. The project is said to now be in the hands of EA Montreal.

The downfall of the studio started with the closing of Pandemic Studios Brisbane who were working on the never realeased “Dark Knight” game for EA.

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Spore Now Available

Will Wright’s latest gaming masterpiece “Spore” is now available at retail outlets in North America. The main Spore title can be purchased for either the Mac or PC, while the spin-off titles “Spore Creatures” and “Spore Origins” are available for the Nintendo DS and iPhone/iPod Touch respectively. The game is rated “E” for Everyone.

No word on the once rumored Nintendo Wii version.

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Battlefield: Bad Company Heading to Store Shelves

Battlefield: Bad Company PS3/X360

One of the most anticipated games of the summer will be hitting store shelves shortly, as Electronic Arts and Digital Illusions announced earlier today that “Battlefield: Bad Company” is heading to retail and into gamers’ hands by week’s end. The latest title in the Battlefield franchise features both a single player and multiplayer gameplay. Here’s a small blurb taken from the official press release:

“Battlefield: Bad Company delivers a deep single-player campaign loaded with dark humor, intense combat and deafening destruction. Players take on the role of Preston Marlowe, a young soldier whose antics land him in the division with the highest mortality rate alongside other troublemakers Sarge, Haggard and Sweetwater. Players will tackle harsh terrain and fierce enemies with their squad of renegade soldiers as they search for an elusive treasure using dozens of vehicles, weapons and deadly toys all at their disposal for explosive experimentation.”

The game will be available on the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 and is rated Teen.

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Peggle on iPhone OS Available for $0.99

The iPhone OS version PopCap Games‘ highly addictive “Peggle” is available for $0.99 through the iTunes App Store. The catch is that you have until midnight on June 14 to make the purchase. Be warned though, you might have a hard time doing anything else but play Peggle on your iPhone/iPod Touch.

All Your Entertainment in One… Xbox

On June 1, 2009, Microsoft announced several entertainment focused add-ons to its Xbox Live Service during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California. Following the keynote, one thing seemed clear, the Redmond Software giant is poised to push its Xbox 360 platform as the media-centric device for your living room. “Our goal has been […]

Zune Marketplace Post on Decabled.com

Visit Decabled.com to view a post of mine that was published pertaining to the recent Xbox Live Entertainment announcements. Click here to go directly to the article.

E3 2009

E3 kicks off in a few days. I’m interested in seeing what will be brought to the table. Surely there will be alot to talk about in the next few days.

Fallout 3: The Pitt Now Available

This one’s for those looking for some extra “Fallout 3” playtime. The Xbox only downloadable content, “The Pitt” is available for purchase through the Xbox Live Marketplace for 800 Microsoft points and weighs in at 492MB . Below is a blurb taken from the XBLA Marketplace: “Pittsburgh was once the industrial center of the pre-war […]

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