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The Game Developers Conference, better known as GDC, is just around the corner, and it looks like Sony is finally ready to start unleashing more details concerning its entry into the virtual reality arena, PlayStation VR.
The PSN data breach from 2011 is finally seeing some legally obligated rewards being handed out to gamers who were affected by the breach or who participated in the class action lawsuit that has resulted in Sony being obligated to hand out free games as compensation.
Indie designer Airam Hernandez had been working on a remake of Metal Gear Solid from the original PlayStation. He announced it a while back and has been releasing some screenshots and teaser videos since. However, recently the project had to be brought to a close and cancelled for good.
If you are only just now discovering the wonders of Sony's first handheld device, the PlayStation Portable, it's about to get trickier to download new games onto your system. The PlayStation Store is closing shop on the console later this month.
One of the new initiatives that Sony employed to help bridge the gap between the PlayStation brand being a gaming hub and an entertainment hub was the PlayStation Vue service. It's a television service that cuts out the cable company. Recently Sony has announced that the service is getting a price reduction and some new channels.
One of the big no-nos these days in the world of game reviews is for a big AAA publisher to release a game and then have reviews embargoed until the day of release or post release. Ubisoft has been in the hotbed of release day embargoes before but this time they offer a detailed explanation of why they're using that method for The Division.
Sony is currently beta testing with select PS4 owners the soon-to-be-released 3.50 firmware update for the PlayStation 4. The update contains some significant new features and the implementation of some of the most highly requested system options to date.
With the return of DOOM releasing soon, itís only fair that we take a look at other games who severely need a serious reboot for another chance at video game glory. So many games from our childhood deserve the next-gen treatment with heightened graphics, improved gameplay and and overall more engaging experience. These five games need a another chance to rock the video game industry and re-enter their age of glory.
A new game from developer Four Door Lemon Vision called 101 Ways To Die will be coming to the PS4 soon, sometime in March. The game was recently announced over on the official PlayStation blog by Vision Games' Simon Barratt. The announcement was accompanied by a debut teaser trailer.
Just yesterday, Naughty Dog released the new story trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thiefís End and at first, fans were thrilled. Until an employee of Ubisoft Montreal noticed something strange in the trailer: an original piece of Assassinís Creed concept art placed into a part of the trailer. And from there, controversy arose. Now Naughty Dog is speaking out about the incident.
Itís no secret that many video games that have been turned into feature films have not been the greatest movies. Some of them have been downright failures. But I believe there are some games that are destined to be turned into movies, and would finally break the curse that hangs over all video game movie adaptations.
Microsoft's March Games With Gold may have leaked a little sooner than to be expected, but it got gamers talking. Sony wanted to steer that talk away from Xbox and toward the PlayStation brand by announcing their own PlayStation Plus free games for March.
You might remember last year when one of the biggest upsets in video game history occurred with a beloved survival horror franchise. And now, months after the ordeal and after enduring some pretty public disdain from Konami, Hideo Kojima speaks out about Silent Hills.
Who says PlayStation gets to have all the fun with the horror gaming? Xbox has been stereotyped as a console that totally owns the first-person shooter genre, but it seems Microsoft is trying to break that mold this year with more narrative-driven games. And just recently, Xbox One announced something a little different in the running, a horror title called The Town Of Light.
Telltale's first episode for the new The Walking Dead: Michonne is prepping to release on February 23, tomorrow, for the PC, Mac, Xbox home consoles and PlayStation platforms. To help keep the excitement high a new launch trailer was let loose to give gamers a look at the upcoming title.