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  • Blog Post: Pre-Orders Are Open For This $150 Journey Statue

    Sony has opened up pre-orders for an impressive collectible Journey statue with an impressive price tag to go alongside it. The statue is $150 and if you pre-order it, it should start shipping on July 31. You can put your pre-order in here . The statue is designed by Tim Miller and every statue comes... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] You Can Now Download Journey On PS4 Without Problems

    Update: Were you having trouble downloading the PS4 version of journey? Looks like the issue has been fixed. Our associate editor Kyle Hilliard tested it out for himself and was successful. Journey on PS4 appears to be downloading properly now. pic.twitter.com/xImYhHJktf — Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard... More
  • Blog Post: USWNT Star Alex Morgan Joins Messi On FIFA 16 Cover

    Fresh off the World Cup win, deadly USWNT forward Alex Morgan becomes the first female to grace the cover of FIFA. Each year EA Sports puts out regional covers to promote players from that territory, and this year Morgan was given the nod for the U.S. market. The former U.S. female athlete of the year... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: PlayStation Store Flash Sale Cuts Prices On Sci-Fi Games

    If fantasy isn’t your thing, and you’d rather have a blaster in hand, this weekend’s PlayStation Flash Sale might be for you. There are a number of games discounted on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita. Highlights include Borderlands: The Handsome Collection on PS4 for $30 (down... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age: Inquisition To Support Cross-Generation Save Transfers

    Dragon Age: Inquisition (our review ) released on last-generation consoles, but BioWare isn't supporting the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions with future DLC. If you played the game on an old console but plan on upgrading to the latest model, you can continue your previous journey by bringing... More
  • Blog Post: Today's Minecraft Update Adds New Blocks, Options On Consoles

    Folks who are still plugging away at the console version of Minecraft will have a host of new options and blocks to work with following today's update. Highlights include the ability to use old-school crafting, stained glass, and change in-game options without exiting the game. The update, which... More
  • Blog Post: Zen Studios Announces Release Date For Ant-Man Pinball

    Marvel's newest movie stars Ant-Man and releases late next month. If waiting that long for the tiny superhero makes you anxious, don't worry: on July 14, Ant-Man launches on consoles, mobile, and PC as a DLC pinball table. Zen Studios plans to release the table in Zen Pinball 2, Pinball FX2,... More
  • Blog Post: Learn Why The PlayStation 3 Was Marketed With A Crying Baby Doll In A White Room

    The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming looks at the history and bizarre marketing of the PlayStation 3. The PlayStation 4 is highly successful, but during the previous generation of consoles, the PlayStation 3 struggled for some time. It was expensive, its marketing made no sense, and the PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Suikoden III Arrives On PlayStation Network Next Week

    Suikoden and its sequel arrived on PlayStation Network last year , and the third game in the series will be joining the others next week. Suikoden is highly regarded among JRPG fans, as well as influential game designers like Warren Spector. A few years ago we had Spector on an episode of Replay to chat... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Look At Tales Of Berseria's First Japanese Trailer

    You won't find much in the first trailer for Tales of Berseria , but you will get to see how the game is transitioning on the PlayStation 4. In the trailer you will see some cities and villages, a boat on some impressive, glassy water, and the game's protagonist, Velvet. This is the trailer that... More
  • Blog Post: Treyarch Details Two New Multiplayer Specialists For Black Ops III

    Call of Duty: Black Ops III is changing the way multiplayer works within the Call of Duty formula by introducing Specialists. These Specialists, which replace the generic soldiers of Call of Duty titles past, bring special abilities and weapons, as well as unique personalities and backstories. At E3... More
  • Blog Post: Call Of Duty: Black Ops III DLC And Multiplayer Beta To Hit PlayStation First

    During today's PlayStation press conference at E3, Treyarch showed off footage from both the campaign and multiplayer of Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Following the presentation, PlayStation announced a new partnership with Activision to bring Call of Duty content to PlayStation platforms first. Just... More
  • Blog Post: Rockstar Announces Grand Theft Auto Online Ill-Gotten Gains Weekend Event

    Logging onto Grand Theft Auto Online this weekend will reward double cash, double RP, and a Snapmatic contest, among other weekend goodies. The event begins on Friday, June 12 and goes until Sunday, June 14 (also known as the first true day of E3). This is apparently only part one of the Ill-Gotten Gains... More
  • Blog Post: Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Confirmed For Xbox 360, PlayStation 3

    Up until now, Activision has been focusing the Call of Duty: Black Ops III spotlight on PC and current-gen consoles. Today, the publisher has announced details for gamers who haven't yet upgraded. If you are hoping to play Treyarch's latest Call of Duty entry on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, you're... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are All The Details Of Dragon Ball Xenoverse's Resurrection F DLC Arriving Next Week

    Bandai Namco has fully detailed Dragon Ball Xenoverse's third DLC pack, which predominantly features assets from the new film, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F . The DLC will be available on June 9 on all platforms (though Bandai Namco does note that the exact time of release may differ among platforms... More
  • Blog Post: More Story Content On The Way For Dragon Age: Inquisition

    Creative director for Dragon Age, Mike Laidlaw, recently tweeted that Dragon Age: Inquisition's story is not over yet. Laidlaw tweeted, "The past three days have been filled with that weird intensity that makes game dev kind of addictive. It’s a rush when things come together." Responding... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Have You Played Any Last-Gen Ports Of New-Gen Games?

    Despite being well over a year into the lifespan of current-gen consoles, many ports are still releasing for the previous generation. Are you playing them? If you haven't purchased a new-gen console yet, are you waiting to play the better versions of these games? Or are the qualms of the last-gen... More
  • Blog Post: Battlefield 4 Spring Update Adds New Weapons, Balancing, Gun Master Mode, And More

    Though Battlefield 4 launched in October, 2013, developer DICE is still supporting it through updates. With the new Spring Update, Battlefield 4 has now enhanced the experience from several angles, adding new weapons, a new online mode, re-balancing the weapons, and much more. The new weapons balancing... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do You Still Have Your Last-Gen Consoles Hooked Up?

    If you happen to own both last and current-gen consoles, do you still have your Xbox 360 and/or PlayStation 3 hooked up? I moved recently and it's time for the surprisingly enjoyable process of hooking up all my assorted consoles. Despite having all of my consoles hooked up at my previous home, I... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Announces NHL Legacy Edition For Xbox 360 And PlayStation 3

    NHL fans still attached to their Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 won't be getting new game features from EA Sports this year, but they are receiving updated rosters and schedules. Today EA Sports announced NHL Legacy Edition, which rounds up the most popular modes from the last generation of NHL games... More
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