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June, 2016

  • 19 June

    Major conferences at E3 2016: what went wrong?


    So, E3 is upon us. At the time of writing, the major conferences are over, and the Noshcast for E3 has been recorded. A lot of what I said there I’ll likely be reiterating here, but it bears repeating in the event that someone, anyone in charge of organizing any of the conferences reads this (fat goddamn chance, but a ...

April, 2016

  • 13 April

    Why Dark Souls III Needs an Easy Mode [Just Kidding]


    Sorry. I’m just kidding. Dark Souls absolutely does not need an easy mode. You guys just need to, as the meme goes, git gud. No, really. This isn’t some impossible task. If you smack your head against the brick wall that is Dark Souls, it will eventually break. I mean, come on. DarkSydePhil was able to do it. A guy ...

  • 10 April

    No Man’s Sky Soundtrack: First Song Released


    65daysofstatic have now announced details on the release of the official soundtrack album for the highly anticipated game No Man’s Sky. The name of the album will be ‘No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe.’  It will comprise of 10 songs that make up the official soundtrack to No Man’s Sky along with an additional collection of soundscapes and sound ...

January, 2016

  • 22 January

    Yakuza 5 – Review

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    Publisher: SEGA Developer: SEGA Platforms: Playstation 3 Yakuza 5 is a fighting/driving/hunting/dancing/karaoke simulation/action-RPG game by SEGA. The Yakuza series, (known as Ryu Ga Gotoku in Japan) which has won excellence awards in its home country with practically every new release, is basically the Grand Theft Auto of Japanese gaming. Yakuza 5 was originally released in December 2012 but Western audiences ...

  • 1 January

    Star Wars Episode I – The Retro Perspective


    In the second part of our Star Wars game binge we take a look at Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace for the Playstation 1. A remarkable game, but whether that’s in a good way, or bad, we’ll leave that to you. Joining me again is 3D artist Tom and Star Wars Episode I veteran Luke. I hope you ...

December, 2015

  • 18 December

    Hideo Kojima to Partner with Sony for New Playstation Exclusive


    After rumours surfaced of Hideo Kojima launching his own studio, a video has been uploaded to the Playstation YouTube account, confirming the future of Kojima’s work in the gaming industry. Within the video, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Andrew House proclaims that Sony is to work with “one of the most celebrated game developers in history.” pic.twitter.com/Lm04m6BNB1 — HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) ...

  • 7 December

    Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Coming to PS4


    Level 5 have finally announced their next console game. It’s Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom and it’s coming exclusively to Playstation 4. The game was announced during the PlayStation Experience 2015 and features a brand new cast of characters. Some bad news and some good news. Studio Ghibli will not be returning from the first Ni No Kuni to ...

  • 5 December

    PS2 Games On PS4 – GTA, Dark Cloud, and More!

    PS2 Games on PS4

    It’s been 2 years since the PlayStation 4 launched, and one of the most requested features has been the ability to play PS2 games on PS4. The PlayStation 2’s enormous library spawned major hits and cult classics, and the chance to play those gaming gems again will have many gamers excited. Well following the digital releases of PS2 Star Wars games Racer’s Revenge, Bounty ...

November, 2015

  • 20 November

    Valkyria: Azure Revolution Coming to PS4


    SEGA’s next game in the Valkyria Chronicles series has been revealed as ‘Valkyria: Azure Revolution‘ alongside an announcement trailer and a set of screenshots. Unfotunately, no gameplay is shown in the trailer but it does confirm that a playable demo will be included in first print copies of the Valkyria Chronicles remaster for PS4. Valkyria: Azure Revolution is due out ...

  • 16 November

    Nobuo Uematsu Not Working On Final Fantasy VII Remake


    In an interview with Jeuxvideo.com, Nobuo Uematsu has revealed that he is not involved with the Final Fantasy VII remake…(“Not at all.”) This is a good indicator of the things to come, Square Enix will either commission yet another re-arrangement of the original Final Fantasy VII score, a-la Takeharu Ishimoto’s Crisis Core. Or commission a brand new original score for ...

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