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"It's coming. A game unlike anything you've ever seen. Prepare yourself ... for CUBE!" The still nascent Krew Studios isn't doing much to distinguish itself from the developer of the fictional CUBE, if you ask us. This week, the studio announced intentions to create an Xbox 360 title for release th...

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If you've ever found yourself in the proverbial club (perhaps with a bottle full of bub), then you may be familiar with Pentavision's DJ Max -- a Beatmania-like music-rhythm series with some of the most intense gameplay in the genre. Today, PM Studios has announced it will publish DJ Max Portable 3...

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PM Studios is bringing yet another retro arcade shooter to PSP via the PlayStation Network in 2010. Gunbird 2 Remix is true to its name and promises "all new 3D/2D hybrid graphics." According to the press release, there will be six different characters to choose from, each with different attacks an...

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Strikers 1945, a classic vertical scrolling shoot 'em up, is coming to PSP exclusively through the PlayStation Network. Originally released in 1995, Strikers 1945 Plus for PSP will feature new graphics and a brand new "Endless" mode. PM Studios, publisher of DJ Max Fever, is planning on releasing ...

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The odds of DJ Max Fever becoming a runaway success are slim. In spite of an obvious uphill battle, Michael Yum and the rest of the PM Studios gang are trying their best to get the Korean music game to the hardcore masses of PSP owners. The upcoming US version of the notoriously difficult music gam...

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"American arcades?" Really? Do they still exist? The good ol' days of coin operated machines seemed long gone, but maybe things are changing. Tekken 6 and Street Fighter IV have enticed gamers to go to the few arcades remaining in the US. PM Studios is joining the movement by bringing popular Kore...

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According to IGN, the K-Pop rhythm game that was supposed to come out this November will be delayed. DJ Max Fever is now slated for first quarter 2009. It's not an entire lost, however. The extra months, says PM Studios, will give developers time to add in new gear, upgrade items, and hidden conten...

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It's undeniable that there's been a serious drought of new PSP software for the past few months. While this may be a deterrent to many publishers and developers, it's actually considered a plus for PM Studios, the publisher behind the upcoming US release of DJ Max Fever. In an interview with Silic...

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