Monster Hunter Frontier Online Boosts Xbox 360’s Fortunes in Japan, Tops Software Chart

Sometimes a game doesn't have to be original, or even new, in order to sell. This is proven in spades by the latest game to land atop the Japanese software sales charts, Monster Hunter Frontier Online for the Xbox 360, which outpaced its runner-up by nearly 10,000 units.

Partial List of Exhibitors Named for Tokyo Game Show 2010

Just when you thought it was safe to crawl out of your E3-induced stupor, Japan's Computer Entertainment Suppliers Association (CESA) has revealed a list of some of the exhibitors who will be showing off their new and upcoming wares at September's Tokyo Game Show.

Dragon Quest IX Commercial Update: Behind the Scenes, Better Video, & More

Yesterday, we brought you a video of actor/writer Seth Green promoting Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies as part of a new ad campaign for the upcoming Nintendo DS RPG. Today, we have a better-quality video, a look behind-the-scenes, and more.

Seth Green Steps Up to Bat for Dragon Quest IX

You can tell that Nintendo and Square Enix are going all-out in their promotion of their upcoming DS release of Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels...

Taiko Drum DSiLL Stand Comes With Stickers, Does Other, Less-Important Things

Sometimes holding things in your hand can be really difficult- and Japanese accessory manufacturer Hori knows that problem all too well. For that reason, they are releasing a Taiko Drum Master-themed stand for the DSi LL, in conjunction with the release of Taiko Drum Master DS Dororon! Battle With the Ghouls for the DS.

Creators Talk Transformers: War for Cybertron at BotCon 2010 Panel

As we speak, the official Transformers convention known as BotCon is happening in Orlando, Florida, and quite a bit is going on for those in attendance. And among those things was a video game panel hosted by Aaron Archer of Hasbro and Matt Tieger from Transformers: War for Cybertron developer High Moon Studios.

Why is GoldenEye Exclusive to Wii? Activision Explains

For years, fans had waited, pleaded, begged, and so on, all for the return of the perennial console first-person shooter of their youth: GoldenEye. And with Microsoft having bought Rare, many thought that if it were to surface, it would likely be on Microsoft's Xbox 360. However, there was one thing which stood in the way of that dream... Nintendo.

Peter Cullen Talks About Playing Optimus Prime, and… Mario?

During the 80's, Peter Cullen was a hero to an entire generation of young boys throughout their formative years. In fact, he may have even been two or three. They just didn't really know it.

SEGA Says Sonic Colors is “What Fans Have Been Asking For”

Among gamers, the praise and disdain for Sonic Unleashed were fairly uniform. The daytime running stages seemed to get it right, delivering to people the sort of gameplay they wanted from a 3D Sonic title. Meanwhile, the nighttime werehog stages seemed to be the worst possible exploit of a loophole one could imagine.

Nintendo Remains “Very Much Committed” to Supporting DS

In the past, Nintendo has shown great commitment to supporting their older hardware after releasing newer, more advanced technology. Several great NES games...

New DSi XL Colours Coming to Japan, Along with Price Drop

Three vibrant new DSi XL colours are coming to Japan, Nintendo announced today, along with a price drop. The price drop applies both to DSi and DSi XL models.

New Fire Emblem Remake Coming to DS

Nintendo have revealed via a teaser video that a new remake (that's not quite an oxymoron, literature fans) of Fire Emblem will be coming to the DS, likely this year in Japan.

DS Review: Sonic Classic Collection

When writing a review of a game like Sonic Classic Collection, one is presented with a problem or sorts. As it is simply a...

Super Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid: Other M, Others Dated at Nintendo’s Media Summit

Big news coming out of Nintendo's US Media Summit in San Francisco today with the announcement of Super Mario Galaxy 2 being dated for...