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REalM is an Indie Horror Game And First Game On The Square Enix Collective

I’m of the mind that fear isn’t based off of any pre-determined trigger. Sure, clowns are universally scary, but nightmares are all deeply personal, and there is a special curiosity with getting close to that which terrifies you most. Those were just thoughts in my head as I was looking at REalM, an indie horror platformer from developers Arbor Sheep and Authentic Illusions. You see, graphics are all fine and well, but the games that interest me the most are [...]

Sony Discounts 30 Games In Latest PSN Flash Sale

Sony has cut the price of thirty PSN titles to the low, low price of $0.99 in their latest PSN flash sale. Some of those titles include the critically acclaimed games like Johnathon Blow’s Braid and Backbone Entertainment’s Everyday Shooter. The sale starts today and will be running until Monday, April 21 at 7:00 a.m. Pacific. If you gotta spare dollar laying around be sure to check out the list below, or if you happen to have a super rare thirty-dollar bill laying around you can buy them [...]

Chaos Code Coming Out on the PS3 in Europe and Middle East

Arc Systems Works, the company behind such popular next-gen fighters as BlazBlue and Guilty Gear, has just announced that one of their most recent fighters, Chaos Code will be landing on the PSN across the countries of Europe, the Middle East, and various regions of Asia. So for those of you overseas looking for another anime-inspired fighter to pick up on consoles, then Chaos Code just might be the right one for you.  Or a new one, least.

Foul Play Brings Theatre Brawling to PS4 and Vita

Mediatonic has announced that their theatre brawler Foul Play is headed to PlayStation 4 and Vita. This adventure, starring Baron Dashforth and his assistant Scampwick, was a favorite of mine at PAX last year. It was already released on Xbox 360 and PC, which I really enjoyed, you can check out my review here. This game will be a cross buy launch, with some “exciting new difficulties and optimization for each platform.” On PS4, it will run a 1080p resolution at 60 [...]

Pre-Order Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Digitally, Get Mirror of Fate HD

For those who want to pre-order Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, Konami Digital Entertainment has announced today that Castlevania Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD will be offered up as an incentive to pre-order digitally on PSN. Also, a dynamic theme. Who really cares about that, though? There’s a full video game that came out just last year being offered up with a pre-order. This is a special offer that will be available until Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 releases on February 25th. [...]

Dustforce Review – Swept Up

If you tried to sell me on Dustforce by describing it to me, I’d probably think you were either insane or trying to trick me. I can just imagine it. “No, it’s a platformer, but you’re sweeping up leaves and dust, and you have to help some animals! It’s great!” When you pitch it like that, it doesn’t really make a lot of sense, even though it’s a pretty accurate description. So, what is it that makes this sweep-crazy runner so [...]

Battle Princess of Arcadias Coming to PSN

NIS America announces another title, this time the side-scrolling, beat-em-up, action RPG Battle Princess of Arcadias. The game will come way of the digital PSN store to Playstation 3 consoles. Here’s a summary as provided by NIS America “The kingdom of Schwert was once peaceful and beautiful. But now it’s been overrun by monsters, and as the Battle Princess Plume, it’s up to you to set things right in this colorful, high-speed action RPG! Recruit a group of warriors and [...]

 

Skullgirls Encore Launches on PS3 February 11th Featuring Squigly

Man oh man, the tale of Skullgirls is quite a one to behold.  A lovechild of fans of fighting games for the fans, but ultimately shafted by big business and their greedy tactics, the original Skullgirls was taken off of the PSN and XBLA at the end of last year.  Now, the legendary fighter is reborn as Skullgirls Encore, through a new publisher.  Encore features all the tweaks and touches seen in the PC release since this past Summer (little to none of them actually [...]

Strider Release Date and New Modes Revealed

Remember when I tried out Strider for all of you at Tokyo Game Show? It was pretty great. A nice balance of fast-paced action, platforming, and difficulty. Well, we can all rest easy tonight knowing that Strider will be coming to PSN on February 18th, with the XBLA and Steam releases being on February 19th. This being a digital copy, it will only set players back $14.99. On top of that news, Strider will also have new game modes for gamers: Beacon Run and Survival Mode. [...]

Adam’s Venture Chronicles Review – A Kinder, Gentler Nathan Drake

If you’ve ever played any of the Uncharted games and thought to yourself, ‘This would be really great if there were more puzzles and none of these pesky action scenes and gunplay,” then I’ve got some great news! Adam’s Venture Chronicles may just be exactly what you’re looking for. By taking the gruff explorer trope and putting it into a heavy Christian theme, this game delivers a puzzle-rich dive into biblical landmarks, with present but not remarkably oppressive religious overtones that permeate the [...]

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