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PlayStation Vita Getting Dead Nation, Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars And Oreshika
Developers continue to make a strong argument for owning a PlayStation Vita, today announcing four more titles will be coming to Sony's handheld console including Dead Nation, Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars and Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines.
InFamous Second Son Video Features 22 Minutes Of Gameplay
Nearly 23 full minutes of inFamous: Second Son has gone live for the PlayStation 4, featuring the entire intro gameplay sequence and a small glimpse at how the moral choices in the game will affect the outcome of the story, and whether or not you and Delsin Rowe take a trip down infamy lane.
Toukiden: The Age Of Demons Impressions: Slicing, Dicing, Fun
Toukiden: The Age of Demons is set to start slaying Oni on the PlayStation Vita come Feb. 11. It’s a pretty popular category on Sony’s new handheld these days, so the question remains: How does it stack up compared to the competition?
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Gets Patched For Offline Play, Modder Fixes 1080p Restriction
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance recently launched for PC, making it Platinum Games' seminal PC launch and another notch on the stick as a successful PC port for Konami. The game didn't get off to a perfect start, but what few rocks it did encounter, the developers sliced through them like a laser-carbon katana through a titanium alloy tank.
Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Impressions: Fun But Hollow
The multiplayer mod for Just Cause 2 has gone live. It features a small assortment of activities added on top of the general gameplay of the original release of Just Cause 2, the open-world third-person action game from Avalanche Studios. The good part is that it's filled with wacky fun but the bad part is that a large portion of the map is empty and activities are rather thin.
DayZ Standalone Now Available
The site has crashed. Bohemia Interactive has launched the DayZ standalone and their site has crashed. The alpha release of one of the most highly anticipated games of the year is finally here and it has also made its way onto Steam. Just as well, you can expect an overload of Steam's store.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Arriving Any Day For Steam
One of the more bombastic third-person action games of the previous generation was Platinum Games and Konami's Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. The game received some mixed responses from the gaming community, but one thing was blatantly clear: it was ridiculously fun. And thankfully, the game will be arriving on Steam any day now.
APB: Retribution Is Like Hotline Miami, But For Mobile Devices
Fancy some top-down shooter action on your mobile phone? Probably not, but I had to ask anyway. While many core gamers are quick to mount aversion to anything mobile related, the reality is that those devices are here to stay. That also means that games will continue to be made for said devices, in ranging from high-quality outings to low-ball efforts.
GTA 5 Cost $265 Million To Develop And Market
Whenever the subject of ballooned budgets enters into the picture, one can't help but draw up a comparison to Rockstar Games, the edgy developer for some of the most well known and recognized brands in gaming. Well, we're talking about ballooned budgets today so you can chalk one up for Rockstar Games once again.
Saints Row 4 DLC Adds New Dubstep Powers
The Dubstep gun in Saints Row IV has captivated many gamers, bringing together torn apart families, bridging the gap of music tastes between jilted lovers, and arousing laughs from scorned adulterers. In a way, the Dubstep gun is peace. With that in mind, Volition has decided to branch out and bring in even more gamers by allowing the Dubstep gun to embody even more powers.
Zombie Driver Smashes Into Ouya
While new games are dropping on the Ouya on a regular basis, it can be hard to tell which ones are worth your hard-earned dollars. Thankfully, every now and then, a tried and true IP makes the jump from other platforms, meaning you'll know exactly what you're getting yourself into. Such is the case with Zombie Driver HD, previously well received elsewhere and now available on the tiny Android-powered home console.
Mad Max Gets New Gameplay Details At Gamescom
Heading to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One sometime in 2014, upcoming open world action game Mad Max is making the rounds at this year’s Gamescom event, with the developers offering up all sorts of new details about the game.
Just Cause 2 Gets Blood Dragon Treatment Courtesy Of Modders
DSO Gaming spotted the collection of modifications bundled together to create a crazy, colorful, neon-engulfed atmosphere for Just Cause 2, making it look like the distant, lesser significant cousin of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Grab Your Buses: Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Beta Weekend Underway
Avalanche Studios' Just Cause 2 is still trucking forward, still making waves and still making news thanks to the unofficial multiplayer beta mod that makes it easy for owners of Just Cause 2 to boot the game, log-in and start playing with thousands of other players.
Saints Row 4 E3 Gameplay Walkthrough Reveals New Weapons, Powers
If you can't get enough of Saints Row IV then you're in for a happy time today, because Deep Silver and Volition Software unleashed a brand new video of gameplay that was on display at this year's E3 for select members of the press behind closed doors.
Total Recoil Deploys On Vita July 9th
What good are the PlayStation Vita’s twin analog sticks if there aren’t a bunch of twin-stick shooters to take advantage of the things? Thankfully, Eiconic Games feels our pain, which is why they’re delivering Total Recoil to Sony’s handheld machine on July 9.
Red Solstice Alpha Gameplay Videos Look More Complete Than Most AAA Titles
Now here's a game I'm excited to talk about. Ironward's still-in-development sci-fi, horror, action-RTS game The Red Solstice managed to kick butt on IndieGoGo and now it's kicking butt in its alpha form and showcasing a lot of great potential as a mixed hybrid Starcraft meets X-Com meets Alien Shooter sort of affair.
Dark Gameplay Trailer Showcases Eric Bane's Stealth Abilities
Kalypso Media's upcoming title, Dark, is a comic book style stealth-vampire game where you play as the undead Eric Bane. The latest promotional video for the game features Eric sneaking around and beating the living mess out of guards, cops and anyone else who gets in his way.
Remember Me: Behind The Scenes With The Music
Capcom's upcoming cyberpunk-thriller Remember Me is shaping up to be a sort of futuristic version of Assassin's Creed meets the cybermacy of Eidos' Deus Ex. Given the game's Parisian aesthetics fused with future-noir technocracy, the music needed a very special flair to capture both the human elements and the technological ones.
No Time To Explain Launches On Steam
TinyBuild's indie title that was upvoted on Steam's Greenlight to store certification has officially launched, that's right...there's no time to explain in No Time To Explain and gamers can get in on the neck-break-speed adventure title that sees all sorts of crazy time-traveling paradoxes intersect in the platform shooter title.
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