Posts tagged PlayStation
PrE3: Sony's got game but can they rebound?

Many people are touting this as the year for Sony to come back and lead a new revolution for game consoles, and they may be right. Sony has been doing a lot to show that they are all about the games. They want to be able to bring in as many developers as humanly possible to bring you the  most unique gaming experiences. Will they accomplish this? It's hard to tell, but it certainly sounds great and they could do it. Sony has made a huge effort to entice not just big publishers to come on board, but the indie developers as well. This could be one of their keys to success in the next generation of consoles. 

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Why I Write: A Look At How Videogames Have Shaped Me

​I have played videogames as far back as I can remember. In fact, one of my earliest memories is opening up the original Nintendo Entertainment System one Christmas morning and being elated at being able to play Super Mario Bros. ​and ​Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles . ​It was also funny because Santa had also rented me quite a few games....READ MORE

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Dragon's Crown gets Box Art and Art Book revealed

Atlus Games has just released the Box Art for the upcoming Dragon's Crown which will be released August 6, 2013 in North America. The box art is done by Vanillaware President and artist George Kamitani whose vibrant, watercolor-esque ​art style is on full display. For those that pre-order the game will also receive a soft cover art book which is detailed in the post.

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Preview: Spies vs. Mercenaries in Splinter Cell Blacklist

Splinter Cell Blacklist ​is bringing back one of my favorite multiplayer experiences of all time. As a young gamer in the early days of Xbox Live it was a one of a kind experience that only enhanced my love of the stealth-action genre. Of course I am talking about the Spies vs. Mercenaries mode that is making a comeback in Blacklist​. The first game that introduced it was Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow and at the time there was nothing like it, and for the most part there still isn't. I am very excited, to say the last, to hear that they are bringing this mode back. 

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The Leaps & Bounds Grand Theft Auto V Is Taking

Rockstar Games accomplishes two main themes that have really become a staple with any of their works. From ​​Red Dead Redemption ​to Grand Theft Auto titles like GTA IV, Vice City, San Andreas​ and many more, Rockstar always seems to hit the mark.

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Dead Island: Riptide Review

​How do I even start talking about ​Dead Island: Riptide​? We could start with Dead Island ​I think. The original game had a lot of great ideas mixed in with some new game jank. Dead Island​ was a new take on the open world genre, and while it had a lot of technical issues it also brought with it a certain charm. That charm worked the first time around, and it was a good starting point for the game series. Dead Island: Riptide ​feels more like an expansion pack that Deep Silver has dubbed a sequel and charged full price for. 

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