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It’s another sad day for games print journalism as word comes down that PlayStation: The Official Magzine will be turning its last page later this year, making POM the latest in a long list of casualties for gaming magazines around the world.
There ain't no party like a Corpse Party, and we are of course talking about the PlayStation Portable's text-heavy survival horror game. Not only has the game's sequel now been announced for a U.S. release, but it has also been revealed that the original visual-novel-esque adventure game will be marked down by 50 percent on the PlayStation Network starting tomorrow.
It's looking pretty bleak for fans of Final Fantasy Type-0 to see a port of the game Stateside. New information indicates that the game that core gamers would actually like to play out of all the recent Final Fantasy games released, won't be arriving in a nation near you.
The brick-breaking genre continues to evolve (hyuck) next week with the launch of BreakQuest: Extra Evolution for the PlayStation 3, PSP and Vita.
You know that feeling of confusion and betrayal you get when you walk into one of your favorite stores shortly after a remodel? Everything looks different, you don't know where anything is, that sort of thing? But then, after a while, you start to like said changes and realize that maybe, just maybe, the store is better than it ever was. Well, all of that was a roundabout way of me telling you that the PlayStation Store will be receiving a pretty dramatic overhaul come next week.
If you ever purchased a digital comic through Sony Computer Entertainment America's Comic Store on you PlayStation Portable or PSP Go, chances are pretty good that, over the weekend, you have received an email from Sony headquarters informing you that the service will be coming to a close on Oct. 30.
Borderlands 2 launches and we have up the full review. The Resident Evil 6 demo also dropped this week and Unity and Nintendo stole all the thunder by announcing a partnership between the Wii U and Unity 3D. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
The PlayStation family of consoles is no stranger to the Final Fantasy franchise. Currently, you can download the first nine titles in the storied RPG series through PSN, with the exception of the elusive Final Fantasy III. That all changes next Tuesday, Sept. 25, when the game's 3D remake finally arrives on the PlayStation Portable as a digital download.
At E3 2006, Square Enix announced the action RPG Final Fantasy Versus XIII. Since then, details have been few and far between. Many FF fans are tired of the silence from Square Enix and have banded together to protest it.
Retro gamers with a love for 80's era arcade hits have a couple of things to get excited about today as SNK Playmore announces the impending release of its next two pre-Neo Geo titles, Chopper I and The Next Space. And by “impending,” I mean both of these games are releasing as PlayStation Minis with the weekly store update sometime today.
Growlancer: Wayfarer of Time is finally making its way to U.S. PlayStation Portables and, by “finally,” I mean next week. A July 31st launch date and plenty of shmexy gameplay footage is yours to behold thanks to the recently released launch trailer.
Sony may be shifting gears in the portable market to focus on its latest handheld, the Vita, but that doesn't mean the good 'ole PSP is dead just yet, as new titles continue to be announced. The latest of these is Ragnarok Tactics a strategy RPG developed by Apollosoft and Chime, and being localized for a North American audience by Aksys Games.
Square Enix will be re-releasing another Final Fantasy game soon. The latest issue of Japanese gaming mag Jump has revealed that Final Fantasy III will be coming to the PSP in September.
This year at E3, Lucasfilm will be bringing gamers back to a galaxy far, far away. They plan to show off a brand new Star Wars game franchise during this year's E3. The first details of this project will be revealed shortly before the convention.
GameStop is looking to free up some space in their stores. The American retailer has decided to pull PlayStation Portable games from a quarter of its stores in the United States.