Grab hold of your jaw before looking down at the new Bulletstorm screenshots below. It might fall off.

It's rare that a single batch of screenshots elevates our excitement of a game from 'whatever, whenever' to 'DO WANT', but that's what's just happened. Bulletstorm's looking incredible, even if a few of these shots do look almost too good to be real.
We've see a couple of these before too, but hey, when they look this good you can't complain.

Bulletstorm is a mental shooter from People Can Fly (with help from Epic's Cliff Bleszinski) that sees players rack up high scores by killing enemies in inventive and brutal ways called the Skillshot. And there's more strategy in the Skillshot than "95% of the shooters out there", according to PCF boss Adrian Chmielarz.

[ Source: Destructoid ]
More images of Sony's secret PlayStation Phone prototype have emerged.

Tech site Engadget - who broke the story of the phone's existence - has now shown off a selection of new close-up images, which you can check out below.
The site reckons that the PS Phone - which as expected comes in the form of a large screen with slide out controls - is likely to run on Android 3.0, also known as 'Gingerbread'.

The phone will supposedly feature a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, and a screen between 3.7 and 4.1 inches.

Its latest report reiterates that the phone's protoype name is 'Zeus' and that it appears to have an 8GB microSD card slot. It also holds at least 512MB of internal storage.

The site reports that the handset is around 17mm thick - around the same width as PSPgo.

[ Source: Engadget ]
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This is what it looks like when two teams of Diablo III players take each other on in that game's new PVP arena.

You can read all about the new PVP arenas in our original post on the news, fresh out of BlizzCon 2010 this morning. As we learned at the Diablo III gameplay panel this morning, the new plays a huge part in the PVP battles, facilitating matchmaking for teams of like-minded and like skilled adventurers.

Blizzard's Jay Wilson explained that the team focused on team-based battles because there are just too many different player builds possible in Diablo III, so one-on-one balance would be next to impossible. They're still looking into implementing one-on-one duels for those of you who care not for balance.

[Source: Kotaku]
First off I'll give you a clip from SAW 3D.
This clip features Bobby Dagen, a survivor of Jigsaw, leading a support group for fellow survivors. You get to see familiar faces from the past 6 films including a lovely face you havent seen from SAW 1.
Next is a clip caught off VH1 foreshadowing Jill's death at the hands of Hoffman for trying to kill him at the end of SAW VI as instructed by Jigsaw.
Here are some new photos from SAW 3D
Here are some New Screenshots from SAW II: Flesh & Blood
Saw II: Flesh & Blood invites players back into Jigsaw's twisted world in an entirely new storyline that takes place between the first and second film. This time around, players are put in the shoes of Detective Tapp's estranged son Michael, who has been captured by Jigsaw after betraying his father.

As the game evolves, players will face mind-bending puzzles, as they navigate their way through Jigsaw's terrifying world, and defend themselves against his minions. Players must survive a new collection of traps such as "Elevator Music," which chains victims to an elevator that will tear their bodies in half if they fail to solve three sets of puzzles before time runs out.
Everything's blue in this world, except for the orange stuff. Propaganda Games shows off what it can do with a limited color palette in this latest batch of screens from Tron: Evolution.

I like the color blue. It can be light and airy, cold and detached, or deep and commanding, depending on the shade. Despite its versatility, I still imagine that the team at Propaganda Games working on Tron: Evolution must be completely sick of the color by now. I bet fights broke out in the office over who got to handle the orange bits. We're I in charge I would have rotated out team members on a weekly basis to work on Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned, just to give them a splash of color.

It's still quite fetching, but then we only have to look at it for the duration of the game.

Tron: Evolution comes out on December 7 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, PSP, Wii, and DS.