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Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy Will Be Out This June

by Peter Paltridgeon February 16, 2017
Last year Activision and developer Vicarious Visions announced that the three Crash Bandicoot titles released for PS1 (the original, Crash 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash 3: Warped) were being remodeled from the ground up and would be remade in high-poly, HD modern glory, all in one package. What we didn’t know at the time […]
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External Hard Drives Will Soon Work On The PS4

by Peter Paltridgeon February 3, 2017
We have some excellent news for long-suffering Playstation 4 owners who have to juggle their game library by installing and uninstalling their titles. Sony will soon be adding external hard drive support to their console. It’s welcome news considering today’s games usually have 50-gig installation requirements, and updates on top of that that can take […]

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Telltale’s Walking Dead: A New Frontier Launches Today In Two Parts

by Peter Paltridgeon December 20, 2016
You may have known Telltale Games would be releasing the third season of its Walking Dead game series starting today, but were you expecting twice the content? Both the first and second chapters of Telltale’s Walking Dead: A New Frontier launched this morning, under the titles “The Ties That Bind” Part 1 and 2. The […]
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A New Season Of Call Of Duty World League Begins December 7

by Peter Paltridgeon December 4, 2016
The League is open! The Call of Duty World League starts laying the foundation for its 2017 World Championship today. It begins this weekend with an invitational tournament at Playstation Experience in Anaheim, featuring eight teams representing North America and Europe. Online competition for placement begins December 7, and the qualification process for the first […]

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Parappa, Lara Croft Go, And Other Ports Coming To PS4

by Peter Paltridgeon December 3, 2016
Among the many announcements made during the Playstation Experience event today were some new ports of games the console doesn’t have yet — like Parappa the Rapper, the PS1 classic. This musical rhythm game is, in my opinion, the closest Sony has ever come to capturing the same magical quirkiness that powers the Nintendo corporation. […]
ni no kuni II

A Stellar New Trailer For Ni No Kuni II

by Peter Paltridgeon December 3, 2016
Ni No Kuni began as a DS game released only in Japan. A heavily upgraded version was created for the PS3 that came as close to playing a Studio Ghibli movie as possible — in fact, Ghibli themselves animated the cutscenes. That game is regarded as a cult classic, but it never sold well enough […]

uncharted: the lost legacy

Chloe Is The Star Of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

by Peter Paltridgeon December 3, 2016
And you thought the Uncharted brand would be shelved. Ha! Uncharted: The Lost Legacy continues the popular adventure series with a new center protagonist. Nathan Drake may be retired, but his friend Chloe Frazer (first introduced in Uncharted 2) is more than ready to carry the torch onward. Naughty Dog pulled a bit of a […]
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Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy Announced For PS4

by Peter Paltridgeon December 3, 2016
Not only were the rumors of more activity in Crash Bandicoot’s future true, they were even better than anyone thought. During E3 last June, Sony announced Crash’s original three games on the PS1 would be remastered for the PS4, but they made it sound like the low-polygon versions would just be upconverted and sold for […]

Joel And Ellie Return In The Last of Us Part 2

by Peter Paltridgeon December 3, 2016
This morning during the Playstation Experience event in Anaheim, developer Naughty Dog finally unveiled the sequel to their finest hour: The Last of Us for Playstation 3 (remastered on PS4). Formally titled The Last Of Us Part 2, it’s now in early development for Playstation 4. And guess who’s back? If you don’t know why […]
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Is Final Fantasy XV Good Or Bad? It’s Mostly Good

by Peter Paltridgeon November 28, 2016
After an unprecedented ten-year wait, Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy XV will be available for all Americans to play tomorrow. Usually when fans have to wait this long for a product, the end result is a letdown because nothing can match up to the overhyped anticipation. We’ll know what the public consensus is in a few days, […]