• Carbonated News (February 2003)

    Okay, this whole movie thing is starting to get pretty obnoxious.  Apparently Samus Aran, female bounty hunter extraordinaire, has been the latest victim to the video game industry's cinematic trend,

  • Carbonated News (January 2003)

    - What could someday easily be considered the greatest console yet to exist really proved itself this past November. In the Game Boy Advance's year and a half lifespan, there have been approximately n

  • Carbonated News (December 2002)

    - Tomb Raider.  Final Fantasy.  Mortal Kombat.  Super Mario Brothers. Resident Evil. Pac-Man.  Which of these things is not like the others?  Which of these things just doesn't belong?  Which of

  • Carbonated News (November 2002)

    - The subject of much speculation since Square's mysterious poster at the Tokyo Game Show, a sequel to hit role-playing game Final Fantasy X is now confirmed to be well under development.  This, of c

  • Carbonated News (October 2002)

    - From your television to your...well...television comes American Idol: the videogame. Based on the "hit" TV series of the same name, this yet unnamed title by Vivendi Universal is to be packaged with

  • Carbonated News (September 2002)

    - Squaresoft has arrived on Nintendo.  Along with the already announced Final Fantasy Tactics release for the GameBoy Advance is coming a revamp of the original Secret of Mana, aka Final Fantasy Adve

  • Carbonated News (August 2002)

    - TDK Mediactive and Disney Interactive are teaming up to bring you video games based on upcoming Disney flicks, based on the "Haunted House" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" rides located within Disney

  • Carbonated News (July 2002)

    - It seems as though a Sims game is headed towards the realm of Playstation 2.  It will, more or less, be a port of the PC game of much fame, with somewhat revamped graphics to make use of the PS2's

  • Carbonated News (June 2002)

    - Starting Sept. 14, Kirby (whom you all know from such games as Kirby's Adventure, Kirby's Dreamland, Kirby's Star Stackers, and various other games whose title is preceded by the name "Kirby") will