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Just a quick heads up: Glitchy Tasty is coming back, baby! There is still a ton of work to do behind the scenes to bring us to our former glory, so for now here's a video to warm your fiery black hearts.

Expect actual articles in the coming week(s)...

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Hey. guys and gals, I'm Jayce Diaz, site co-creator and managing editor.

As you've probably noticed, has been less active over the last two months or so. The truth is, A LOT of changes are happening both with the site and in the personal lives of the staff. We thank you for your patience, and feel you deserve to know what's going on.

The long and short of it: I am stepping down as managing editor, and will no longer write any reviews/previews for the site. But fret not! There is great news stemming from this!

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Yet another week has gone by. While this week was a little slower than most, there were still a few big stories. First of all, Resident Evil turned 15 years old and suddenly wanted some attention. With a remaster of both Resident Evil 4 and Code Veronica in the works, plus a brand new co-op team based RE set in Raccoon City, it seems as Capcom is giving it plenty. We also got the disappointing news that Duke Nukem Forever has been delayed again... by a month. Plus, Portal 2 shows off some panels, while Kratos kicks ass in Mortal Kombat with a little help from some quick time events. Not to mention, we are giving away some awesome PAX East swag. Oh and a little thing called the Nintendo 3DS came out today. So check it all out in the links below.

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Well this has been a busy week for us. Glitchy Tasty attended its first gaming expo, and now we are all grown up! While we were there, we got the chance to see and play some awesome upcoming video games, only to go through withdrawal after. But on the upside, we got some nifty interviews and hands-on impressions for you guys. Also, Prey 2 got a very Prey-like teaser. Our Homefront giveaway ended, so naturally we picked a winner and on Tuesday met up with him bright and early at GameStop to give him his copy. Then of course, Eric finished off his Kombat that Counts series (Yes, I know technically that was last week but we didn't have a recap then, so deal). All that and a bag of chips can be found below. 

I would also like to add that we have donated Ad space at the top of the site to the American Red Cross. So if you can, please donate to the Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund. The people over there need our help.

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Hello, everyone at Glitchy Tasty. I just got back from the NIS America Press Conference and I have a lot to talk about, so why don’t I start from the beginning?

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Joystiq has confirmed though their sources that the previous rumor of a Halo: Combat Evolved remake is true. According to them, this will be a true remake and not an HD port. They mention that the game will use new art assets (textures, character model etc.) and updated controls.

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The writer of this article, John "Toast" Garcia, is one of the many contributors of this site who also double as talented level designers and world builders. As such, they will from time to time offer insight on topics such as game design and developer opinion pieces. This is one such article.

Immersion is one of the most important aspects in determining how good most games can be, but what is it? If you search the dictionary, you will find that immersion is "The state of being deeply engaged or involved", but when it comes to immersion in games, there is really so much more than that.

You can break game immersion down into its three core elements: realism, agency, and urgency. You do not need all three of these elements in order to have an immersive game, but by utilizing one or more of these concepts you can greatly increase the quality and value of the game. In today's installment, I want to discuss these core elements and examine their presence and impact in the game Fallout: New Vegas.

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Man, what a week! Glitchy Tasty invaded a local Gamestop for the Epic Halo: Reach launch (Video coming REALLY SOON), the PSP2 was leaked, and a new CG Resident Evil Film is in the works. Also, the Tokyo Game Show has come and gone, and in it's wake left a crapton of news.

What this weekly article aims to do is recap all the pieces of news that hit this week, and list it all off in one convienient place. That way it'll be easier for ya if you missed anything. Here we go!

Wesker and Spider-Man Arrive in Marvel Vs Capcom 3

See Yun and Yang Beat the mess Out of People

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Announced!

Playstation Move Hits US Retailers Today...

Ninja Gaiden 3 Announced, Sans Itagaki

Mortal Kombat Dev Leaks Existence of PSP

Yakuza: of the End Announced!

Still Time to Win: Halo: Reach!

Devil May Cry Gets Series Makeover by Ninja Theory, Titled, "DmC"

Ico/Shadow of the Colossus HD Collection Confirmed

Suda 51, Mikami, and Yamaoka All In One Badass Game? WANT.

This... Is... Sporta! Part One

Unboxing the Halo: Reach Legendary Edition

Halo: Reach Launch Gallery

Live-Action Tekken Movie Finds US Distributor

New Resident Evil CG Movie Being Made

Halo: Reach 2-Disc Soundtrack Incoming

Dead Space 2 Multiplayer Confirmed

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Do you live in the United States? Do you absolutely love it when movies don't respect the source material they're "based" on? If so, then you'll love this tidbit of news! is reporting that Tekken - the live action adaptation (read: molestation) of the titular fighting game franchise has finally found someone dumb bold enough to pay for the costs that come with distributing movies.

After watching the film, I have to admit that it isn't nearly as bad as it could have been. Tekken is still a tournament, Christie is still useless, and Bryan Fury is a cyborg. Also, it was wise of them to hire martial artists instead of actors for a fight movie. It still sucks, though.

Expect to see this thing appear in Wal-marts everywhere in 2011.

Anchor Bay Films Acquires Tekken (

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Capcom announced earlier that they will be partnering with Sony to create a 3D-CGI follow-up to 2008's Degeneration. Excuse all the hyphens.

Dubbed Resident Evil: Damnation, viewers can expect all of the computer generated goodness of the first film, with all the crappy 3D effects of Afterlife. Goodie.

I still remember that one time (ONE TIME ONLY, HONEST) I used Playstation Home and saw a trailer for Degeneration in the "movie theater" in one of the main areas.

Then I burned the digital theater to the GROUND. Or, turned off my PS3. Either one. Hopefully Claire isn't such a weak twat this time around.


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