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Critical Reception: Rockstar Games' Bully
This week's edition of Critical Reception examines online reaction to Rockstar's Bully for the PlayStation 2, a sandbox-styled adventure title that has been the subject of much controversy in the months prior to its release. [ALSO: Some UK r
10.17.06 | News | Alistair Wallis |  
UK Retail Chains Ban Bully
British electronics retail giant DSG International has announced that its UK stores Currys (as well as Dixons) and PC World will not be stocking Rockstar?s controversial new title Bully, Take-Two Founder Brant Resigns
10.17.06 | News | David Jenkins |  
Rockstar Brings The Warriors To The PSP
Take-Two Interactive division Rockstar Games has announced that it will release a version of its PlayStation 2 brawler The Warriors for the PSP, to debut this holiday season in North American and Europe.
10.17.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Release This: Bully: Double Agent: Pets
Gamasutra's canonical weekly round-up of worldwide video game releases, "Release This!", finds big names like Bully, Splinter Cell Double Agent, and The Sims 2: Pets premiering in the United States and Europe, while Japan receives
10.15.06 | News | Alistair Wallis |  
GameFly Requests Again Topped By Double Agent
10.15.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Saling The World: Tennis Fantasy 40,000 Advance
Gamasutra's regular weekly column, "Saling The World," is unique in that it covers the top five selling games for every available platform across the U.S., the U.K. and Japan in real-time, with this week featuring data from the GameCube to Xbox 360 and be
10.12.06 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Florida Judge Rejects Ban of Bully
Following a Miami judge's decision awarding anti-game lawyer Jack Thompson the right for a court to preview controversial PlayStation 2 title Bully, Judge Ronald Friedman has ruled against banning the game in the state.
10.12.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Thompson Wins Bully Preview
10.11.06 | News | David Jenkins |  
Column: 'The Euro Vision: London Games Week Revisited'
The latest edition of Gamasutra's 'The Euro Vision' column sees veteran UK journalist Jon Jordan revising the ambiance of London Games Week, while considering a birth and a death among the British development community.
10.11.06 | News | Jon Jordan |  
Release This: God Racer 2: Hammy Goes Nuts
Gamasutra's regular round-up of worldwide video game releases, "Release This!", looks at this week's debuts with the U.S. getting Mortal Kombat: Armageddon and Scarface: The World is Yours, while Europe is set to host Ridge Racer 2 an
10.08.06 | News | Danny Cowan |  
UK BAFTA Game Awards Honor GRAW, LocoRoco
The 2006 British Academy Video Games Awards, which are open to video games released worldwide in the last year, awarded a multitude of titles in a London ceremony last night, with Ubisoft's GRAW winning out for Best Game.
10.05.06 | News | Simon Carless |  
Column: 'Saling The World: Dead Sparking'
Gamasutra's regular weekly column, "Saling The World," covers the top five sellers for every available platform across all regions, with this week featuring the risen dead, rampant Pokmon, and sparking NEOs.
10.05.06 | News | Simon Carless |  
Round Up: Wii Kiosks, Engenuity & UE3, Burger King Games
10.01.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Saling The World: Company of Pokemon
Gamasutra's regular weekly column, "Saling The World," covers the top five sellers for every available platform across all regions, with this week featuring Pokmon madness and FIFA fanaticism.
09.28.06 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Video Game Decency Act of 2006 Introduced To Senate
Michigan Republican senator Fred Upton, who was an outspoken proponent of punishing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas developer Rockstar and publishing label Take-Two over the 'Hot Coffee' mod controversy, has himself proposed new U.S. video game legis
09.28.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
X06: Microsoft Announces New Halo Releases, Partnerships
Microsoft has revealed new details surrounding a string of new partnerships, including a Peter Jackson-produced entry into the world of Halo, as well as new information concerning the company's upcoming Xbox 360 HD-DVD peripheral.
09.26.06 | News | Staff |  
New Thompson Suit Blames GTA For 2004 Murder
09.25.06 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
Rockstar Meets Team Bondi For L.A. Noire
09.24.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Column: 'Saling The World: Why Okami? Just Cause'
Gamasutra's regular weekly column, "Saling The World," covers the top five sellers for every available platform across all regions, with this week featuring mysterious dungeons, k
09.21.06 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Take-Two Faces NASDAQ Delisting Over Delayed Filing
09.20.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Round Up: NFL Poker, Consulting Evolve, //ADAPT
09.19.06 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Lego Star Wars II Sabers Way Through UK Sales Charts
Following a top three debut last week before the game was officially released, there has been little surprise in finding the multiformat Lego Star Wars II at the top of the UK game sales charts this week.
09.18.06 | News | David Jenkins |  

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