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How many things would you like to download onto your PlayStation consoles this week? Was your answer “all of the things?” Because that's exactly what you're getting. The harvest is bountiful this week as the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 get a dose of brand new games, Classics, bundles and DLC, including the Valentine's Day delivery of the highly anticipated The Last of Us: Left Behind.
It was a big night at the D.I.C.E. Awards last night, especially if you happen to be working for a little studio by the name of Naughty Dog. While this annual video games award presentation is always a nice showcase of some of the best games the previous year had to offer, Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us brought home 10 awards (From 13 nominations), including the top honor for Game of the Year.
To help prepare everyone for what's sure to be yet another emotional roller coaster, a new team interview and a brief look at some of the early moments in the DLC are now available for your viewing pleasure.
Last Of Us's single-player DLC Left Behind could be a month away. The PlayStation Store now lists a February 14th release date for the add-on.
Who better to decide which game ranks as the best of the year than the people who actually buy the games? It makes sense, right? Well, Amazon gave their users an opportunity to express which game they felt deserved the crown as the best of 2013 and in no uncertain terms The Last of Us took the crown.
It was always hinted at that games like The Last of Us or God of War would be available to play on the PlayStation 4 in some capacity. A lot of gamers were curious how this would work given that the PS4's architecture is practically the complete opposite of the PS3 and is not capable of backwards compatibility. Well, Sony revealed their backwards compatibility streaming service and it's called PlayStation Now.
You won't find games like that or Remember Me, which I forgot about – or the typical AAA titles on this list. I'm not going full hipster on you but given the crappy selection of 2013's offerings I settled for a bunch of games that never would have made it on a “Best of” list had this been any other year.
The year is at an end. We've reached the pinnacle month of a year ready to retire and we're just one week away from welcoming in 2014 with open (or closed) arms. With gaming enthusiasts, bloggers, journalists, pundits, bums, YouTubers and streamers in between all giving their opinion of what they felt were the best game(s) of 2013, one of the more pertinent questions is what did you feel topped the “Best of” list for 2013?
Well, 2013 was certainly a big year for video games. The 3DS and Vita really hit their stride, home consoles got some late-life classics and, with the arrival of two new gaming machines, 2014 is looking to be just as awesome. So which games from the past 12 months were the best?
Naughty Dog has released the first details and trailer for The Last Of Us: Left Behind, a story-based DLC pack for the PS3 exclusive. Left Behind is the first single-player add-on developed by the studio.
Naughty Dog announced details on Last Of Us's three DLC packs today. The first DLC, called the Abandoned Territories Map Pack, will be launching next month.
Sony and Naughty Dog released the alternate ending to The Last of Us. If you haven't played the game you probably don't want to watch it because it will spoil the game in ways you can't imagine (and really, you won't be able to imagine it once you see the video).
Naughty Dog is almost ready to talk about their plans for Last Of Us' downloadable content. Game director Bruce Straley said over Twitter that an official announcement is just days away.
Patch 1.03, the next update for Naughty Dog's The Last Of Us, will provide a new multiplayer mode for no charge. Interrogation Mode is a twist on the usual deathmatch-like modes offered by the PS3 exclusive.