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Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny Free On PlayStation Plus

PSP and PS Vita owners looking for something new to play can download Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny for free as long as they are PlayStation Plus subscribers. Regularly this portable fighter retails for $39.99 on the PS Store, so its quite a value,. Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny was originally released on September 1st 2009, and features quick match mode, which pits the player against a number of A.I opponets, a tutorial mode similar to weapons mater mode, from Soulcalbur...

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Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories Coming To PSN In Two Weeks

N.I.S’ Disgaea franchise has been delighting Strategy RPG fans for almost a decade now with its quirky sense of humor, colorful art style and awesome writing. If you missed out on the original PS2 version of Disgaea 2, Cursed Memories, or its PSP remake, Dark Hero Days, than the news that the original version is heading to the PSN through Ps2 Classic may interest you. Price at $9.99 it should be accessible to even the most frugal...

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ClaDun x2 | Review

ClaDun x2 is a fun and portable (if you’re playing the PSP version) adventure in the latest action RPG system from NIS. Much like the PS3 release of Legasista on PSN, ClaDun x2 lets you explore random dungeons, enjoy an unfolding classic NIS storyline and get to know a complex but enjoyable system.

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Celebrate The Olympics With NBA 2K13

It’s the 20th anniversary of the USA’s “Dream Team” for the Basketball event at the Olympics, and 2K Games is celebrating by including the 1992 and 2012 teams in NBA 2K13. Jay-Z, the executive producer behind 2K13, states that he made the decision to have these two crews in the game so that people could settle “one of the greatest sports debates of our time.” I’ve never heard people hype up the 2012 team, and probably for...

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That’s A Lot Of Levels For LittleBigPlanet

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Media Molecule, the team behind LittleBigPlanet, has revealed today that seven million levels (and still going strong!) have been created across all of the games for the franchise. It hasn’t been too long since the very first LBP was released on the PS3 in ’08. Now, I’m not going to say each of these seven million levels are amazing, or worth your time to play, but you can’t say that you’re not getting bang for your buck with...

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Atlus Releases New Gungnir Screenshots

Atlus has released a whole series of screenshots from the North American version of their upcoming strategy RPG game Gungnir. Gameplay is divided between two different phases, event scenes and strategy battles using the traditional Strat-RPG formula similar to other titles in the genres. In between these two phases players have the ability to buy new weapons and armor to upgrade their party. Interestingly the game also includes a special “easy mode” for new players to the...

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