NBA 2K11 brings a visceral experience to this generation of consoles that players have been aching for with the basketball since NBA 2K5: to play as the legendary player Michael Jordan himself. There is a severe level of disappointment when a player ranks up his own player in NBA 2K10, works hard for legendary players, and sees Michael Jordan missing from the all-star lineup that makes the play in...[Read More]

Don’t cry everyone! Just be happy to know that the ESA just contacted WhatIfGaming to say that E3 2009, to take place June 2-4, 2009 is not public as many were hoping after some ridiculous statements about E3 2008 not “displaying the games industry’s wealth.” As I’ve taken position before, allowing E3 2008 as a media only event was the right choice and so is the same ...[Read More]

LucasArts has always had the tendency to release games with the Jedi-swinging, blade thrusting label in a dark light. Boundlessly, players have been left desultory in showing any sort of concern to the general Star Wars direction in terms of video games. Countless accessories, a ton of spin-off, and many mediocre games after, LucasArts finally manages to make Star Wars: The Force Unleashed a game ...[Read More]

Another year and another awards season. E3 was packed with exciting memories you have all seen (some still to be posted), and rooms filled with the hottest and most anticipated titles to date. It was certainly a great time, and now that time is over. It is time to look forward, ahead to newer and better releases, and to ennoble titles in this year’s WhatIfGaming’s Best Of E3 Awards 200...[Read More]

We can just say that ESA’s 2,500 people invite-only model of the E3 Media and Business Summit as of 2007 is a digression to the dreams and happiness of that gamer who saves up everything for games, and has nothing more forward to look to during that time of the year than a massive event. The problem is that it is not true. In fact, the ESA’s decision to make E3 invite-only is one of th...[Read More]

Quiz game Buzz! is to make its way onto Sony’s PSP handheld system this spring. The game features more than 5,000 questions on topics such as music, celebrities, TV, sport, nature, movies and more, together with 1,000 pictures and videos. It will also incorporate cutting-edge technology, as Sony explains: “The focus of Buzz! Has always been on social play and the PSP version is no diff...[Read More]

Why not on the Wii? Ever wondered why Crisis Core saw a release on the PSP as opposed to another handheld? I didn’t cause I own everything. (I keep most of it in my garage.) But some of you may have been scratching your heads for a bit so Executive Producer Kitase is going to shoot down that question. The demographic was higher teens to young adults as opposed to small children.The PSP seemed clos...[Read More]

Rockstar Games let the cat out of the bag. More than one cats. Announcing Midnight Club: LA Remix for the PSP, showing newer screens of the hottest anticipated title now that GTA IV is shipped, and with a release date of Sepetmber is sure to get anyone sprawling like mad. Today we are very excited to finally let you all know about this September’s release date of Midnight Club: Los Angeles f...[Read More]

In the coming months, we will be featuring a first on any blog out there to you the readers. We will be beginning a segment with the type: Things That Matter To Us Series. More on that later. Until then, we will leave you guessing.

Nippon Ichi has not forgotten about Sony’s PSP. They have just been developing titles for Nintendo’s DS and are now set to release a new title for the PSP called Infinite Loop: Kojou ga Misete Yume (Infinite Loop: The Ancient Castle Seen in a Dream). Theres no set date for this title in the U.K or U.S.A as of yet, but its set for July 24th in Japan. There is no idea surrounding this ga...[Read More]

As it says, MH2G sold nearly 1.5 million in Japan alone for the PSP, making it one of the most profitable PSP titles in the console’s history. Capcom stated that it is poised to surpass sales of Monster Hunter Freedom 2, PSP’s first million-selling title in Japan, shipping as units in about two weeks. Monster Hunter Freedom 2G released March 27 this year, and is available in Japan as a...[Read More]

In some cases anyway. A school in the city of Japan’s Chiba is giving way to a new method of teaching their fractions. With Sony Computer Entertainment by their side, the non-profit organization ACE – the Association of Corporate and Education – came up with a way of teaching multiplication and division of fractions to children using the LocoRoco characters to explain problems th...[Read More]

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