Is the future free-to-play?
Develop 2011: Former Sony exec Phil Harrison says free-to-play will be the dominant business model as industry veterans discuss a service-driven future for games.
Heavy Rain, Mass Effect 2 win big at BAFTAs
Heavy Rain proves a critical favourite, picking up three British Academy awards; Mass Effect 2 wins the Best Game prize; Peter Molyneux awarded the BAFTA Fellowship for lifetime achievement.
Sega doubles profits despite lower game sales
Vanquish sells 820,000 and Sonic Colors moves 1.85 million as publisher poised to post back-to-back full years in the black.
Alien Breed 2: Assault, Kung-Fu Live hit PSN
PlayStation Store Update: Team 17's top-down Martian title out this week alongside PlayStation Eye game; PSP storefront adds LOTR: Aragorn's Quest, Tron: Evolution, Michael Jackson The Experience.
Shippin' Out Nov. 21- 28: Gran Turismo 5, DK Country Returns
New release slate led by oft-delayed PS3 racing title, Nintendo's Wii gorilla revival installment; Raving Rabbids: Travel in Time, Michael Jackson The Experience, Undead Nightmare Pack also out.
UK Chart: Football Manager scores number one
Sports Interactive's annual juggernaut storms to top place; neither new Bond game shakes or stirs top 10.
Shippin' Out Oct. 31-Nov. 6: Kinect, God of War: Ghost of Sparta, GoldenEye, James Bond: Blood Stone
Plentiful new release slate sees Microsoft's full-body motion control tech and launch titles hit shelves; portable Kratos adventure, pair of 007 titles round out the week.
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