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Best Games We Played Runner-Up: Persona 5

Article By: Victoria Rose This past year saw a lot of major releases in quick succession. From the scary corridors of Resident Evil 7 this past February, or the whirlwind of the Nintendo Switch launch in March or the constant hype rush of new trailers and news that is E3 – there was a lot to be excited about. Wedged in-between all of this was Atlus’ long awaited JRPG sequel, Persona 5, debuting nearly 3 years after...

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Atlus Reveals New Details About Person 5’s Steelbox Launch Edition

Persona 5 is now in the hands of Japanese gamers and fans in the west have to wait almost half a year – five whole months – before getting the game. With that being said news from official sources, namely Atlus USA, is probably going to be drip fed to us until closer to the February launch date. Atlus sent out a press release this afternoon detailing the special Steelbook Launch Edition for the game. They revealed...

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Retro-View: Okami HD (PS3)

Review By Maria Maximoff Okami is without a doubt the best example of how a video game can be a work of art. From the moment you start your first playthrough you are introduced to a vibrant world inspired by Japanese culture. For anyone with a love for action adventure platformers this is the Capcom published classic is your dream come true, and it’s available in HD on PSN. I should start out by explaining my history...

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Reminder: The Humble Capcom PlayStation Bundle Provides A Lot of Entertainment For $15

In five more days the window will close on one of the best Humble Bundle values I’ve ever seen – the Humble Capcom PlayStation bundle. Games from a number of different Capcom series including fan favorites like Mega Man, Resident Evil and Street Fighter headline this mind boggling bundle. For the price of ONE of these games you not only can get your hands on the HD remakes of Resident Evil 1 and Resident Evil 0 but...

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Trials of Cold Steel II Coming To Europe This Fall For PS3 / PS Vita

The Legend of Heroes: Trials of Cold Steel II will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Europe thanks to Nippon Inchi Software. This sequel to the 2013 original (JPN release) sees the fate of Erebonia hang in the balance as the narrative picks up just one month after the conclusion of the first game. NIS confirmed that Trials of Cold Steel II will be available in both physical and digital versions upon release for all platforms....

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Several Star Ocean V: Integrity and Faithlessness Videos Land During E3

Square Enix has released several new trailers, b-roll footage and screenshots prior to the release of Star Ocean V: Integrity and Faithlessness on PS3 and PlayStation 4. With these new videos you can get to know Relia, one of the characters in the game as well as meet the actors behind the voice talent that bring the characters to life. Star Ocean V: Integrity and Faithlessness is the fifth entry in the long running RPG franchise that...

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‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ Dev In Negotiations To Remake Games For Consoles

Indie horror sensation Five Nights At Freddy’s could get a remake on current generation consoles according to the game’s developer, Scott Cawthon. According to Scott he is already in talks with “a few companies” about fully remaking the games to take advantage of the 8th generation of consoles. The original Five Nights At Freddy’s and its’ sequels were developed in ClickTeam Fusions 2.5 – an visual orientated game development suite that eschews traditional scripting languages like C++...

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PlayStation Plus’ Feb 2016 Line-Up Is Here

February is the month of live and the team at PlayStation have decided to bring six brand new titles to the Instant Games Collection next month. Helldivers, a futuristic twin-stick shooter published by Sony Computer Entertainment America will make a hard landing on all three platforms. Nom Nom Galaxy and indie game that blends platforming, base construction and tower defense will also come to Sony’s latest console. On the PS3 side we’ve got last year’s Persona 4:...

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Activision Bringing TMNT to PlayStation, Xbox this Summer

Activision announced today that they have teamed with Nickelodeon and PlatinumGames to create Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan, a third-person action game featuring New York City’s crime-fighting Heroes in a Half-Shell. Players will protect The Big Apple from aliens, mutants and the Foot Clan in a single-player campaign or partner with up to three friends in four-player online co-op. Bebop, Rocksteady, Shredder and other iconic bosses will also be yhe game and from what we...

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New Gameplay Trailer for Nitroplus Blasterz

XSEED Games has released a new gameplay trailer from its upcoming 2D crossover fighter, Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel. The game will be released in North America on February 2nd for both the the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is being developed EXAMU, the studio behind the Arcana Heart series of 2D fighting games. The game promises intense and balanced fighting and is being promoted as being approachable for gamers of all...

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Amplitude |Review

15 years ago, long before the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises really took off and brought the music game genre to the gaming mainstream, when everyone thought of music games, people brought up games like Dance Dance Revolution and its ilk, such as Bust a Groove, one of my personal favorites, back then, and Parappa the Rapper. Harmonix’s Frequency gave us the same kind of game presented in a different way: you had a catalogue of American artists from across many genres, you were presented...

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Voting For PlayStation Blog’s Game of the Year Opens

The Official PlayStation Blog has opened up voting in their annual user lead series of polls for The Game of the Year Awards. As 2015 comes to a close perhaps it is time to reflect upon which games have left the biggest impact on you over the past 12 months before clicking on over to vote. The year in PlayStation started off with a bang with the release of exclusives like The Order: 1886 and Bloodborne while...

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Comcept Unloads A Barrage of Mighty Number 9 Screenshots

Mighty Number 9

Comcept the developer behind the Kickstarted Mega Man spiritual successor Mighty Number 9 has released a whole set of brand new screenshots for your viewing pleasure. We’ve got an entire gallery containing all of the high-rez colorful screnshots at the bottom of this post. Mighty Number 9 was originally revealed back in September 2013 and reached its funding goal only after 2 days. With gameplay that is reminiscent of Keiji Inafune’s former Capcom creation, long time platform...

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Here Are The PlayStation Plus Games For December

Playstation Plus

Sony has revealed the December games for PlayStation Plus subscribers ahead of next weekend’s PlayStation Experience. PlayStation Vita owners are in for a real treat with the JRPG hit from last year – Freedom Wars. PlayStation 4 owners can experience the 2014 reboot of the arcade classic Gauntlet free of charge and finally PlayStation 3 owners will be receiving EA’s 2012 reboot of the SSX franchise and Ubisoft’s Far Cry: Blood Dragon! Here’s the full line-up: Far...

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 review: Here we go again all over again.

Black Ops III

Please note that this review covers the PS4 version, and some features are not available for the PS3/Xbox 360 versions Treyarch does an amazing job once more with another installment in the Call of Duty franchise, Black Ops 3. The series has come a long way from the World War II era setting of World at War, to Cold War settings of Black Ops 1, and the more recent near future settings of Black Ops 2 and...

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