Posts Tagged high definition

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At CES 2013 LG Announces 55” OLED TV to Release in March, And Why I Care

Monday, January 7, 2013 No Comments

CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2013 officially opens its doors to the public tomorrow, but, as with most large-scale product shows like it, there were the requisite pre-show media briefings from a few big name manufacturers. One of highly discussed announcements from one of today’s briefings came from LG. The manufacturer announced that it will begin […]

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Zone of the Enders HD Collection to Release at End of Next Month’s End

Monday, September 24, 2012 No Comments

This past week, Konami announced that it will be releasing the Zone of the Enders HD Collection, on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, on October 30th. Including high definition remastered versions of Zone of the Enders and the European special edition of Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner (the first time that edition will […]

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Something’s Missing From Wii U

Wednesday, September 19, 2012 No Comments

Did you notice it? When you watched, heard or read about the Wii U’s package details, did you notice that something was a little bit off from what that to which you’ve become accustomed? If you did, do you even care? Personally, I don’t. But I am sure there will be plenty of people who […]

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New Zone of the Enders HD Collection Screenshots Ahoy!

Thursday, June 14, 2012 No Comments

Announced at last year’s Konami Pre-E3 event (that’s E3 2011, for those of you having trouble keeping track), the Zone of the Enders HD Collection is the second of two high definition remasters of classic Konami titles being released by Kojima Productions – the first being the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Though the Collection’s […]

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Highlights from Sony’s E3 2011 Press Conference

Tuesday, June 7, 2011 3 Comments

Like a phoenix rising, Sony was not about to let its recent troubles bog down its E3 press conference. The show kicked off with an impressive montage and Sony’s Jack Tretton immediately addressing the “elephant in the room” by thanking partner developers, publishers and retailers for their commitment to Playstation, and an apology to consumers […]

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2XL Shows Off Serious Pixel Skills With First Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad Screenshots

Thursday, May 26, 2011 1 Comment

Ho-lee crap! 2XL Games released the first screenshots for its upcoming offroad racing title, Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad, and if it actually looks as good in action as these screenshots make it seem, I will be considerably impressed. Expected to release later this summer from Reverb Publishing via the Playstation Network, and from Microsoft and D3Publisher […]

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No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise Releasing in August

Friday, May 20, 2011 No Comments

This week, Konami announced that No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise, an updated version of Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture’s hack and slash thriller, will be releasing for Playstation 3 this August, with Playstation Move compatibility. This is the first time the game will be appearing in high definition, in North America at least. Heroes’ Paradise […]

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Konami Releases New No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise Screenshots

Tuesday, January 4, 2011 1 Comment

Aside from its more regular projects, which some of our members are particularly excited about,  Konami is currently working with Grasshopper Manufacture on an updated, high definition remake of video game director Suda 51’s No More Heroes, which follows Travis Touchdown as he kills his way to the top of the assassination world. The title, […]

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HDTVs Move Too Quickly

Wednesday, September 22, 2010 4 Comments

In this week’s video, L.E. and Nathan are actually back in studio! Wow. It’s been a while. Oh, right! We’re discussing high definition televisions and the strange problem that makes them show video at a faster rate than they should, or, as Nathan puts it, makes them look like studio films are home movies. Click the link to watch!