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Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment arrives on PlayStation 4

by Charlie Grammeron July 30, 2015
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America recently unleashed Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment for PlayStation 4 gamers to enjoy. Launched exclusively through the PlayStation Network, Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment allows PS4 gamers to check out the games (as it’s actually two in one) that had the honor of being one of 2014’s best-selling PlayStation Vita titles. Of […]

The Swindle sneaks onto digital storefronts

by Charlie Grammeron July 30, 2015
Size Five Games and Curve Digital were recently excited to announce that the highly-anticipated steampunk stealth-platformer known as The Swindle has managed to infiltrate the PlayStation Store and Steam, making it officially available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC. It is fully cross-play compatible, so if you purchase it on one PlayStation […]

Minox reveals the CASTOR gaming mouse

by Charlie Grammeron July 30, 2015
Minox recently unveiled the latest entry in their lineup of premium gaming mice. This entry, known as the CASTOR, was named for one of the brightest stars in the night sky and features six buttons. The optical mouse was crafted especially for right-handed gamers and features dedicated ring and pinkie finger grooves, as well as […]


Company of Heroes 2: Know Your Units 3: Centaur tank

by Charlie Grammeron July 30, 2015
Relic has unveiled the third installment of their series of four “Know Your Units” videos for the upcoming Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces. This installment introduces the powerful Centaur Tank. The Centaur, pictured above, features twin 20mm Polsten guns, which it uses to help control the battlefield as both a powerful anti-aircraft solution […]
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Preview | Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder

by Charlie Grammeron July 30, 2015
Back in 2013, a developer known as Shiro Games released a rather humorous role-playing game known as Evoland. This RPG was well received, prompting Shiro Games to create a sequel that launches on August 25, 2015. This sequel, titled Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder, is much larger in scope than the […]

Horizon Zero Dawn Present at Gamescom 2015

by Tatiana Dinuon July 30, 2015
Even if Sony specified that it is not going to host a conference at gamescom 2015, this doesn’t mean that it won’t show any games. Guerrilla Games developed Horizon: Zero Dawn, and they announced that they will attend gamescom. Senior producer, Mark Norris expressed his excitement about going next week at gamescom, as well as the fact that more […]


Sony is Doing Well Considering the Q1 FY2015 Statistics

by Tatiana Dinuon July 30, 2015
As the first quarter of its fiscal year 2015 passed, Sony has posted its earnings statistics, and it is all going well obviously. The Q1 ended on June 30, and compared to the same period of the last year, its gains are higher with 12.1% in the game and network segment. The increase is due […]

PS Plus Free Games Available in August

by Tatiana Dinuon July 30, 2015
Yesterday, Sony announced the list of free games for all PlayStation Plus members available next month, starting with August 4th. There is a list of six games, but thanks to Cross-Buy support, on both PS4 and PS3 you will get four free games. PS4 games include Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, while PS3 games includes God […]

Natural Selection 2: Derelict Free to Play to all Steam Players

by Tatiana Dinuon July 30, 2015
Natural Selection 2 has received a new map, and all the Steam players can try it for free. Derelict is a major update considering the fact that it comes with a brand new battlefield map to the multiplayer combat game. Natural Selection 2: Derelict is available for free, as mentioned above, to all those who […]


3 fantastic Life Is Strange Ep. 4 moments that are as good as The Walking Dead Season 1

by Tyler Colpon July 29, 2015
One of the many reasons Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 1 worked was its careful attention to characters. The series built up its cast of survivors just to put them into incredibly tense situations to make you squirm. Some people had their favorite characters and their least favorite characters, but everyone who played shared the […]

Review | Fallout Shelter

by David Pooleon July 29, 2015
Bethesda made quite a show at this years E3 briefing. Fans were excited to see the first gameplay footage of Fallout 4, giving them an idea as to what Bethesda would be aiming for in the future. It was then that they announced a new mobile game, Fallout Shelter, with a timed exclusivity to iOS […]

Review | Card Hunter (PC)

by Adam Larckon July 29, 2015
Card Hunter has actually been around for a while now. However, it only recently released as a free-to-play title on Steam. After putting some time in with it both pre- and post-release, it’s safe to say that Blue Manchu Games has a great tabletop game on their hands. Sure, it may not be as fun […]

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