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  • Blog Post: Bungie Delivers Another Iron Banner Matchmaking Update For Destiny

    Bungie launched a matchmaking update for Destiny yesterday and already has another in the wild after taking some feedback. Bungie is requesting more feedback on this matchmaking update, but has some good news about the one that launched yesterday: Match-ups are still close enough to provide the level... More
  • Blog Post: Fantavision Arrives On PlayStation 4 This Week

    The odd tech demo turned puzzle fireworks simulator will be available on PlayStation 4 this week. A number of PlayStation 2 games have made it to the PlayStation 4 recently, including games like Mark of Kri and PaRappa the Rapper 2 . You can find many of our classic reviews for the recently re-released... More
  • Blog Post: Rival Challenges Brings Head-To-Head Online Multiplayer To Guitar Hero Live

    Guitar Hero Live is getting an update that lets players take on one another online and show off their customized playercard and note highways. The new mode has a strange implementation. As opposed to entering a newly added multiplayer mode, you will be periodically matched against a player of similar... More
  • Blog Post: Clues Point To Sonic Generations Nearly Featuring A Third Dreamcast-Era Sonic

    Generations follows the exploits of two Sonics: modern pre-Boom Sonic and classic Genesis Sonic. It appears, however, that a third Sonic based on his Dreamcast iteration, may have also been considered. The rumor comes from the latest episode of Did You Know Gaming, which covers Sonic Generations. You... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Sneaks Onto PlayStation Store

    A PS3 port of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas appeared on the PlayStation Store today. The stealth release is priced at $14.99. Rockstar's 90's-infused crime sandbox previously came out on last-gen systems with a Xbox 360 port in late 2014 , sporting 720p resolution visuals, an improved draw distance... More
  • Blog Post: Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Gets Release Window And Storybook Edition

    Today, Atlus dropped some news on Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, the upcoming remake of Vanillaware’s PlayStation 2 action-RPG. The title ships to North America in spring 2016 and is accompanied by a special Storybook Edition. The package comes with a 64-page art book, a yet-to-be-specified art print... More
  • Blog Post: PSN Exclusive TV Show Powers Season 2 Adds Reservoir Dogs' Michael Madsen

    Michael Madsen, known predominantly for his roles in Quentin Tarantino films like Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill , as well as Free Willy , is joining the second season of Sony's Powers . Madsen will play SuperShock, who appears in the comics so those familiar with Powers ' world will already be... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny: The Taken King Releases Tuesday, Don't Forget About Our Hub

    Destiny's Taken King expansion appeared on our cover in September and releases on Tuesday. Now's the perfect time to catch up on all of the features that resulted from our coverage. You can click here , or on the banner below, to read features, watch videos, and listen to podcasts all about the... More
  • Blog Post: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Releases Tuesday, Don't Forget About Our Hub

    We put Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Ground Zeroes on our cover back in March 2014. Now's the perfect time to catch up on all of the features that resulted from our coverage. You can click here , or on the banner below, to read features and watch videos all about what may be the final... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About The Films, Literature, And Television That Influenced Metal Gear Solid V

    Did You Know Gaming usually tackles released games, but a recent video looks at what we know about Metal Gear Solid V so far – without Phantom Pain spoilers. There are, however, a few spoilers for Ground Zeroes, so look out if you haven't played that one quite yet. In the video, Did You Know... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat X On Xbox 360 And PlayStation 3 Cancelled Citing Quality Issues

    The frequently delayed Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 version of Mortal Kombat X has officially been cancelled by Warner Bros. Interactive. In an update on Warner Bros. Interactive's message boards , it was announced that the game simply couldn't meet the visual standards set by the new-gen versions... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Flash Sale Discounts Transistor, Resident Evil, And Others To Under $8

    The sale ends tomorrow, so if you want to grab some discounted PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Vita, or PSP at a discount, now's the time to do it. Some highlights include Transistor and a handful of Resident Evil titles, as mentioned in the headline, but you will also find PlayStation 4 games like... More
  • 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: 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: 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: First Six Wrestlers Announced For WWE 2K16

    The first six wrestlers to be featured in the upcoming game WWE 2K16 have been revealed. The first members of what is being called the largest roster ever to be featured in a WWE game include current WWE Superstars, an NXT Superstar, and one of the WWE Divas. Current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth... More
  • Blog Post: The Destiny: The Taken King Collector’s Edition Is Full Of Physical And Digital Treats

    Along with the official announcement of the Destiny expansion The Taken King, Bungie has released details about the full DLC Collector’s Edition coming to retailers in the near future. The CE comes in both digital and physical releases and contains enough goodies to make any Destiny fan excited... More
  • Blog Post: Killzone Creators Announce Horizon: Zero Dawn

    Guerrilla Games, the creators of Killzone, are moving away from the science-fiction first-person shooter, and into the world of third-person hunting in a land where nature has almost taken over. On stage, the game was presented as taking place far in the future where a massive blackout wiped out most... More
  • Blog Post: The Odd Gentlemen Announce King's Quest Month Of Release

    The Odd Gentlemen, the development studio responsible for The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom, are hard at work on the next entry in Sierra's beloved King's Quest adventure-game series. The team announced when we can all look forward to playing as King Graham once again. The Odd Gentlemen... More
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