RagnarokTitle
31 Mar 2014

Dual Review: Ragnarok Odyssey ACE | PS Vita

Ragnarok Odyssey hit the shelves in 2012 and was labeled as the Monster Hunter for Vita. With huge shoes to fill, the game didn’t necessarily stand up to its billing. It performed decently though, especially for being on a system that has had its bumps and bruises along the way.

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Second Son
28 Mar 2014

Infamous: Second Son | Review

The excitement of new consoles was quickly met with the realization that although we have new hardware, the software just wasn’t there. As it typically does at the beginning of a console cycle, the software didn’t stand out from the last gen. Infamous isn’t known as a system seller in

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EA UFC
27 Mar 2014

EA Sports UFC: Feel The Fight | Preview

EA Sport’s UFC is coming along, albeit we still haven’t seen an inkling of actual gameplay, but they are trickling information out via dev diaries. The past couple weeks we’ve seen various fighters animated in the Octagon and stills of the expanding roster that is said to have close to

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TLOU
27 Mar 2014

Is The Last Of Us Coming To PS4?

During an interview with CNN Turkey, Sercan Sulun, PlayStation Software Market Manager at Sony Eurasia, said this in regards to a question about The Last Of Us, “No, sequel is not coming right now as far as I know but I can say that first game will be released this

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ConceptionTitle
26 Mar 2014

Conception II: Children of The Seven Stars | Preview

As gamers, we tend to stay on a somewhat rigid path as to what we play. If you enjoy anime art styles, you are most likely to play, or at least try games featuring that art style. As an art style is one of the game elements that most often

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Wander
19 Mar 2014

Wander: A World Waiting To Be Explored

An open world game to explore at your behest. Back of the box marketing speak is typical, yet annoying. The open world is always a bit more corridored than anticipated, or exploration is constricted to task completion. But what if a game existed that was solely about exploring? What if

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The Show/ 2K14
17 Mar 2014

Playstation Sports Pack Vol 1: A Swing And A Miss For PS4 Owners

Sony has just announced the Playstation Sports Volume pack 1 exclusively for PS3. The pack will include Sony San Diego’s, MLB The Show 14, and 2K’s, NBA 2K14. In addition to the two games, you will receive $10 worth of in-game currency. The pack is, without a doubt, a collection

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nfs banner
12 Mar 2014

Need For Speed Is Formulaic But It Does What Movies Should Do, Entertain | Need For Speed Review

Need for Speed relies on more than epic crashes and devastating explosions to push you to the edge of your seat; instead, it crafts a tale of various twists and turns at break-neck speeds and coasting drifts to deliver a great somewhat heartfelt experience. Need For Speed (NFS) is pretty

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FEZ
03 Mar 2014

Fez Is Making Its Way To Sony Platforms On March 25th

Fez is a 2-D puzzle (heavy emphasis on puzzle) platformer that is set in a 3-D world. As Gomez, you must traverse the world solving puzzles that increase in complexity as you progress. The 3-D worlds comes into play when you reach the side of the platform, the view switches

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The Swapper
26 Feb 2014

The Swapper Jumping To The Playstation Family

The indie takeover continues. Playstation 4 retail games are quite scarce sans a game here and there, but one thing that has remained constant is indie support. First, we had the adventure puzzler Contrast; shortly after, Don’t Starve found asylum on the platform. Most recently, Outlast creeped its way onto

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Txk Jump
26 Feb 2014

The Retro Shooter That Fits Perfectly On The Vita | TxK Review

With the advent of consoles and handhelds, the decline of arcades became a reality. And with the downfall of arcades, so to went most of those arcade experiences. The rise of “AAA” games and cut-scenes permeate nearly every game, but the Indie developers continually pull back the curtain to expose

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SecondSon
22 Feb 2014

Over Three Minutes of Infamous: Second Son Gameplay Footage

A Russian site has just released footage for Infamous: Second Son which showcases Delsin Rowe’s neon powers during nighttime. The graphics look strikingly crisp, and there are various small touches that make the scenes pop. The colors in Second Son really stand out, and the way his neon powers illuminate

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