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  • Blog Post: Recap: Sony’s Paris Games Week Conference

    Sony's press conference for Paris Games Week had all the bases covered, from new announcements to fresh looks at games we were already excited about. Though no one moment or reveal stands out as jaw-dropping, the event was a chance for several publishers (and the PS4) to shine. We've collected... More
  • Blog Post: Perfect Your PlayStation 4 Experience In Three Quick Moves

    Thanks to its improved online experience, attractive price point, and slight edge in hardware performance, the PlayStation 4 came out of the gates at a full sprint, putting itself well ahead of the rival Xbox One in the latest console race. But despite its lengthy list of improvements over the troubled... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are The Original Review Scores For Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection's Games

    Today marks the release of Sony's Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection for PlayStation 4. This collection of Naughty Dog's first three Uncharted games boosts them up to 60 fps and also offers up two new difficulty modes that either make the game easier or harder ( read more about other changes... More
  • Blog Post: My Baffling Japanese PlayStation VR Experience

    Sony graciously set aside some time for me to come by their large TGS booth earlier today to try out the newly renamed PlayStation VR, previously codenamed Morpheus. While I’ve had some brief demos of other VR hardware, this was the first time I’d tried on Sony’s headset. Unfortunately... More
  • Blog Post: Confronting The Wonderful Horror Of Bloodborne: The Old Hunters

    Upon visiting Sony’s booth at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, our first stop brought us to Bloodborne’s exciting new expansion, which was just announced a couple of days ago. It would be disingenuous to say that The Old Hunters changes everything you know about Bloodborne. In fact, it’s... More
  • Blog Post: What We Learned From Sony’s Tokyo Press Conference

    In the lead-up to this year’s Tokyo Game Show, the press descended on Tokyo’s Midtown Hall to get the latest from Sony about its plans for the PS4 and Vita. While attending, we learned of a few new details that will be big news for North American players, including details on the first major... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Until Dawn

    Update: The stream has ended, but make sure to watch our YouTube page for the archived version! Original Story: Halloween might be two months away, but we're starting the scare season early with a seven hour live stream of Until Dawn by Supermassive Games. It's a survival horror game where player... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Teenagers Die In Until Dawn

    Whether in movies or games, I've never been a fan of the survival-horror genre, but Until Dawn excels in ways that had me overcoming my reservation and obsessing over every detail in its narrative. Player choices throughout Until Dawn's storyline result in dramatic and intimate changes in its... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Everybody's Gone To The Rapture

    The Chinese Room is known for creating atmospheric first-person adventure games with a focus on abstract, ambiguous narratives. Those types of games can be tricky to show off in a show as concise as Test Chamber, but we're paying a visit to the game's sleepy English town anyway to show you what... More
  • Blog Post: Is July 31 The Most Important Day In Gaming History?

    You’ve likely heard a lot of juicy tales regarding the creation of some of the industry’s biggest games, but the stories behind the stories are even juicer. Did you know that July 31 is actually one of the most eventful days in gaming history? Learn about all of the historic happenings that... More
  • Blog Post: The Top 10 Games On PlayStation Vita

    Handheld consoles are often home to a variety of niche games and genres, and the PlayStation Vita keeps that streak going. The system is a great buy for people who can't get enough JRPGs and adventure games, but that's not all it has to offer. We've compiled some of the top games for the... More
  • Blog Post: Yu Suzuki Discusses Shenmue III And How His Dream Project Became A Reality

    The gripping tale of Ryo Hazuki’s quest for vengeance captivated Dreamcast audiences when it released to widespread critical acclaim in 2000. Though Yu Suzuki’s masterpiece was beloved by fans, the astounding cost of its first two entries and poor sales of Shenmue II drove Sega to cancel... More
  • Blog Post: Analysis – Gamers Are Playing The Big Releases On PS4, And That Should Worry Microsoft

    Yesterday’s NPD report for the month of June revealed that the video game industry is in an upswing . Amidst the very good news was the latest in a long of line of major titles that definitively swung toward the current market leader. Before NPD released its report, Sony issued a statement letting... More
  • Blog Post: The Top 10 Games On PlayStation 4

    The PlayStation 4 got off to a slow start, but a slow trickle of current-gen exclusives and improved remasters have been building up a respectable library of must-plays. In this continually updated feature, we break down the top 10 games every PlayStation 4 owner should play. So far, most of Sony's... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – God Of War III Remastered

    God of War III was one of the best games on the PlayStation 3, and we're getting another chance to experience the action with God of War Remastered on PS4. With today's release of this new version (read our review ), players can get reacquainted with their chain blades and get ready to take on... More
  • Blog Post: Our Hopes For The Bloodborne Expansion

    A recent tweet fro Shuhei Yoshida confirmed what many had expected. The Sony-exclusive Bloodborne will be getting an expansion. Unfortunately, E3 came and went without any details about what this enigmatic expansion. Without any concrete information, Dan Tack and I sat down to discuss what we hope to... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Gran Turismo 7 Is Missing Its Opportunity

    I was very surprised that Gran Turismo 7 wasn't announced at E3 last month. I thought it was a no-brainer, not only from how far along I guesstimated developer Polyphony Digital may be with the game, but also for strategic reasons. Apart from gamers wanting to simply play the title, Sony is letting... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Sony And Suzuki Need To Come Clean On Shenmue Budget And Funding

    Last night, Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki posted an update to the Shenmue III Kickstarter. The note amounted to an apology for deception regarding the game’s budget and outside investors, including Sony, who invited Suzuki to announce the project during its E3 press conference. It doesn’t go... More
  • Blog Post: The Last Guardian's Long Journey: An Interview With Fumito Ueda

    Gamers have been anxiously awaiting The Last Guardian since it debuted at E3 in 2009, and for creator Fumito Ueda and the developers at Team Ico, it's been strenuous and not without its doubts. We talked with Ueda about the whole saga, how the game has remained intact in the transition, and the light... More
  • Blog Post: What We Want (And Don’t Want) From The Final Fantasy VII Remake

    In a surprising E3 announcement, Square Enix and Sony revealed that the Final Fantasy VII remake is happening . This is a practically miraculous development for fans who have been hoping for such a project ever since the PS3 “tech demo” shown at E3 2005. Now that it’s officially happening... More
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