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  • Blog Post: Learn Why Bruce Willis Was Used In Early Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Builds In Informational Video

    The folks over at Did You Know Gaming have put together a new video covering the early history of the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series. The video covers the development of the first game, which was built using a modified version of the engine of Neversoft's previous game, Apocalypse, which starred... More
  • Blog Post: Japanese PSone Rarity Hyper Crazy Climber Coming To PSN

    Monkey Paw Games is bringing the import-only original PlayStation game Hyper Crazy Climber to U.S. gamers for the first time. Hyper Crazy Climber was released in 1996 for the Japanese PlayStation by Nihon Bussan. It was a sequel of sorts to the 1980 arcade game Crazy Climber. Hyper Crazy Climber used... More
  • Blog Post: PS4 Isn't Backwards Compatible, Old Games Available Through Cloud

    At the Sony PlayStation 4 press conference, Gaikai's Dave Perry seemed to confirm the rumors that the system would not be backwards compatible with PS3 games, but Sony has big plans to allow users access to the PlayStation back catalog. While Perry said PS3 games are "not natively supported... More
  • Blog Post: Monkey Paw To Bring Tomba To PSN

    MonkeyPaw Games, which specializes in releasing classic games on digital platforms like PSN and XBLA, intends to port Sony's classic Tomba! to PlayStation Network. In an interview with Joystiq , MonkeyPaw CEO John Greiner revealed that the company had purchased the rights to bring the game to the... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge

    Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge is the PSone adaptation of the sequel to a genuine cult PC classic. But the only thing scary about this early survival horror title is its clunky controls and loading screens that can pop out of any corner. Join Andrew Reiner, Tim Turi, Dan Ryckert, and... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Bubsy 3D

    When the gaming world turned its eye to 3D in the 32/64-bit era, some franchises made the leap gracefully. Mario and Link knocked the ball out of the park with their three-dimensional debuts, Super Mario 64 and Ocarina of Time. Bubsy did not make that same leap. While he was certainly no Mario or Link... More
  • Blog Post: Shoot Lasers Out Of A Magic Vacuum Cleaner Next Week On PSN

    Hey, did you know that Japan makes some weird games every once in a while? Well, some of them are super weird and never make their way stateside. MonkeyPaw games made one of those games for PSone, but it never came to the US until now. Kyuuin will be releasing next week as a PSone import on PSN. Check... More
  • Blog Post: Sony's Xperia Play Launching On May 26

    The long-awaited PlayStation phone is set to be released by the end of this month, and will come preloaded with seven games. The gaming phone, which will retail for $199 with a new Verizon Wireless plan that includes a $29.99 data plan, will launch in the U.S. on May 26. The system runs the Android 2... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Peels Back The Curtain On PSone Classics

    Sony has been releasing a steady stream of old-school PlayStation games on the PlayStation Network for some time now, and it seems as though users have had a lot of questions about the process. A post on the PlayStation Blog addresses some of those questions, delving into the technical, logistical, and... More
  • Blog Post: Vagrant Story Returns Via PSN

    Square Enix's classic PSone RPG Vagrant Story is already out in Japan on the PlayStation Network, and it's about to come out in Europe as well. While Square Enix hasn't officially confirmed the exact European timeframe, nor a U.S. release date for the game, I've got to believe that we'll... More
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