Posts Tagged ‘sony’
Paris Games Week

Many Trailers For Sony Games Revealed At Paris Games Week!

by Todd Blackon October 30, 2017
What did Sony show off at Paris Games Week? How much did they show off? For those who attended the Paris Games Week, they were treated to looks at my different games. Not the least of which were some major titles coming up for the PS4. Here’s a breakdown of many of the things shown: […]
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Skyrim’s Mod Support On PS4 Is A Letdown

by Peter Paltridgeon October 31, 2016
If you’re just now joining us, here’s a recap: Skyrim Special Edition was announced for consoles and the PC. Then the surprise announcement was made that the XBox One version would support mods, just like the PC version does. All heads then shifted to Sony to see how they’d react, and at first the answer […]


Mod Support IS Coming to PS4 Skyrim After All

by Peter Paltridgeon October 6, 2016
First bethesda announced their current console versions of Skyrim and Fallout 4 would be supporting fan mods. Then Sony said “not so fast, we aren’t quite comfortable with that” and forbade the planned feature. As of today you can mod Skyrim and Fallout’s Xbox One versions to your heart’s content, but not the PS4’s. And […]
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Could The Last Guardian Disappoint?

by Peter Paltridgeon September 15, 2016
A playable demo of The Last Guardian at TGS is being taken for a spin by reporters from the Net’s biggest gaming websites. This is the moment we’ve been waiting ten entire years for: what’s the game LIKE? Unfortunately, they’re all coming back with the same impression: The Last Guardian is frustrating. Neatly all of […]

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Surprise! Adventures of Mana Is On Vita Now

by Peter Paltridgeon June 28, 2016
Five months ago, Square-Enix released the English version of Adventures of Mana on iOS and Android. The game is a remake of the very first Mana game, which was released on the Game Boy back in 1991. In the US it went by the title “Final Fantasy Adventure” and in Europe it was titled “Mystic […]
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Kingdom Hearts Is Now As Old As Sora Is

by Peter Paltridgeon March 28, 2016
On March 28, 2002 the world’s first crossover between Square and Disney took place in Japan. Spawned from a chance elevator encounter between high officials at both companies, it’s now become one of Square’s most recognized series currently in production, even if the pace is as slow as a sloth from “Zootopia.” Kingdom Hearts is […]

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PSP Version Of Breath of Fire 3 Finally Makes It To America

by Peter Paltridgeon January 28, 2016
I doubt this is an all-time record, but it’s pretty impressive: the PSP version of Breath of Fire 3, originally created in 2005, will finally be sold digitally in North America for PSP, PS Vita and Playstation TV. This marks a little over ten years since the English translation was finished. The original Breath of […]
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Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Confirmed For Physical US Release!

by Peter Paltridgeon January 25, 2016
We’ve reported on this game several times, but we could never tell you for certain if Valkyria Chronicles was actually coming Stateside, nor what form it would take. Today Sega launched a trailer confirming its North American release this spring. Not only that, we actually get it in disc form! How lucky are we? Sega […]

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Three New Shenmue 3 Screenshots Uncovered

by Peter Paltridgeon January 20, 2016
Three new screenshots from the dream sequel Shenmue 3 have appeared at MAGIC Expo in Monaco. As you can see, the environments crafted so far are pretty darn beautiful. Protagonists Ryo and Shenhua, however, are still a work in progress. They’ve been stuck into these environments as static figures, if it wasn’t obvious. I would […]
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Ni No Kuni 2 Announced At Playstation Experience

by Peter Paltridgeon December 5, 2015
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch was released in 2013 for the Playstation 3 and became a sleeper hit due to its throwback RPG gameplay, its refreshingly light storyline and its gorgeous graphical style, helped in part by Studio Ghibli handling the cutscenes. Today during the Playstation Experience keynote, Sony was pleased to […]