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Gaikai signs Electronic Arts deal

Cloud service getting MOH, Mass Effect etc.

Reeves: Sony needs to release PSP2

In order to keep pace with 3DS.

SEGA cuts UK and US jobs

Plans to "invest more" in digital.

Sony cancels PlayStation Room plans

Project won't proceed beyond beta.

Pachter predicts Slim 360/Natal bundle

For $299 this year, says analyst.

Lasky: EA is in the wrong business

Former EA man slags off management.

Former Electronic Arts exec Mitch Lasky has said that the Madden publisher has the wrong business targets, team and cost structure, and its digital and distribution business is the only successful division in the company, our sister site GamesIndustry.biz reports.

Modern Warfare 2 wins America 2009

But Nintendo dominates rest of charts.

The best selling game of 2009 across North America was the Xbox 360 version of Modern Warfare 2, with a whopping 4.2 million units shifted by the end of November. The PS3 version finished eighth with 1.9m sales.

Sony confirms PSP Minis for PS3

Mid-December firmware has emulator.

Sony has confirmed that PSP Minis will be compatible with the PlayStation 3 from 17th December. The next PS3 firmware update will come with a Minis emulator that will enable users to download the digital games for use on the PS3 as well as the PSP.

Wii Vitality Sensor games for E3 2010

Fils-Aime pumped about showing more.

An update on the Wii Vitality Sensor and a first look at its software applications are already part of Nintendo's plans for E3 2010, according to a new interview with Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime.

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