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Yesterday, at a press event in Las Vegas, Nevada, Namco Bandai unveiled its line-up for 2012, with some interesting new projects, including a Dragon Ball Z game for Kinect and an official release date for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (coming this September).  However, it also revealed what had been rumored for months – that a PC port of the hit game Dark Souls is finally coming this August.  Now, the only question is whether users can deal with the service it’s being saddled with.


Microsoft is front and center at this year's Consumer Electronics Show -- mainly because it's bidding adieu next year -- but it's definitely bringing the goods between its Windows stuff and the Xbox 360.  Among the 360 offerings are plenty of Kinect games, including Dance Central 2 and Kinect Sports Season 2.  But perhaps the one that's gaining the most interest in the oft-delayed Kinect Star Wars, mainly because Microsoft introduced a new component for the game at the show -- 3D.

Yesterday marked the final CES keynote for Microsoft, and the company certainly went out with a bang, in some folks' eyes. Company chief Steve Ballmer revealed an official release date for the Windows PC version of Kinect, which is set to hit stores at the beginning of next month.

The Consumer Electronics Show 2012 kicks off in Las Vegas in just a few days, and anyone who's anyone in the electronics world will be at the event, showcasing new tablets, TV's and other consumer technology.  That said, expect video games to have a presence as well, with Nintendo attending the event and Sony showing off its PlayStation Vita.  But will there be hints in regards to the next level of video game consoles?  Perhaps...


The Consumer Electronics Show, which will kick off once again early next year in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the biggest showcase of upcoming TV's, home theaters and other pieces of home and travel technology.  And each year, a number of companies take part and attract thousands of attendees.  However, the upcoming 2012 show will mark a significant change for one company in particular -- Microsoft.


A number of sites are reporting that the Xbox 360 games could be playable on the next Windows operating system, Windows 8. While not yet confirmed, it could have many implications if true. For our take on the rumor and what it means for the future of the Xbox 360 if true, read below.


Ubisoft today announced that Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands will ship May 2010 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, the PSP, the Nintendo Wii, the Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DS systems, and Windows-based PCs. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands expands the Prince of Persia franchise with a new storyline complete with new characters and new powers over nature and time.