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  • God of War’s Story Will Take Place Well Before The First Vikings
    Bald Bouncer
    The new God of War game looks to be intriguing, and a breath of fresh air for fans of the franchise- and a lot of that has to do with the new, Norse mythology inspired setting. And speaking on Twitter, director Cory Barlog (who is also responsible for delivering God of War 2, the best game in the franchise so far), clarified the setting and story of the game a bit more.


    “Our story takes place in a time well before the first Vikings so I don’t see them appearing,” he said, in...
    Yesterday, 11:56 PM
  • Tales from the Borderlands Headlines Sony’s PS Plus Offerings For The Month Of May
    Bald Bouncer
    Sony’s PS Plus offerings for the month of May have been announced, and it seems like they’re going to be fairly satisfying all around. PS4 owners will get the indie game Abzu, which is hugely divisive in the community (albeit with those who love it really loving it), as well as Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands. Tales from the Borderlands was their excellent story set in the world of Gearbox’s franchise, and is widely regarded as their best game yet- so it should be a good chance for...
    Yesterday, 11:49 PM
  • Dragon Quest Heroes 2 is Out Now, Launch Trailer Revealed
    Bald Bouncer
    Dragon Quest Heroes 2, a spin-off of the classic RPG series that focuses more on hack and slash action, is finally available in North America. Check out the launch trailer below. Developed by Omega Force of Dynasty Warriors fame, Dragon Quest Heroes 2 features a lot of crowd-brawling. However, it also mixes in elements like exploring the world, visiting towns, random battles and character customization to keep it in line with Dragon Quest. There are several characters to choose from with their own...
    26-04-2017, 05:12 PM
  • Nier Automata Arena DLC Releasing on May 2nd
    Bald Bouncer
    Square Enix has confirmed a Western release date for its first DLC to Nier: Automata. You can look out for it on May 2nd for PS4 and Steam. The DLC, which is called “3C3C1D119440927”, essentially adds three coliseums to the game and lets players fight against waves of enemies. There are new sub-quests and challenges to complete with interesting new rewards.


    These include costumes from Nier: Replicant for 2B, (S and A2; records that serve as “special music tracks” for the...
    25-04-2017, 04:48 PM
  • Persona 5 New Trailer Celebrates The Accolades It Has Gotten
    Bald Bouncer
    Atlus’ Persona 5 is the second highest rated game of this year, as well as the highest rated non remaster game on the PS4. It is one of the highest rated JRPGs of all time, and is widely considered to be the best game in the long running Persona series. In other words, it is fantastic by every standard- and this new trailer for the game, which is actually a remix of the ‘Sizzle trailer’ for the game that was released ahead of the game’s launch, reinforces that by showing all the accolades...
    19-04-2017, 12:17 AM
  • Nier: Automata Receiving Arena DLC, Replicant-Inspired Costumes
    Bald Bouncer
    Platinum Games has announced DLC content for Nier: Automata and it seems 2B will be challenging some fearsome foes in a new arena mode. The DLC is called “3C3C1D119440927” and will feature three coliseums to fight in. There will also be side-quests to undertake which grant different rewards. These include hairspray for altering the hair colour of 2B and A2; masks that provide different effects when equipped; costumes from Nier: Replicant for 2B, 9S and A2; and records that can provide new music...
    17-04-2017, 04:44 PM
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  • God of War’s Story Will Take Place Well Before The First Vikings

    The new God of War game looks to be intriguing, and a breath of fresh air for fans of the franchise- and a lot of that has to do with the new, Norse mythology inspired setting. And speaking on Twitter, director Cory Barlog (who is also responsible for delivering God of War 2, the best game in the franchise so far), clarified the setting and story of the game a bit more.


    “Our story takes place in a time well before the first Vikings so I don’t see them appearing,” he said, in...
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  • Tales from the Borderlands Headlines Sony’s PS Plus Offerings For The Month Of May

    Sony’s PS Plus offerings for the month of May have been announced, and it seems like they’re going to be fairly satisfying all around. PS4 owners will get the indie game Abzu, which is hugely divisive in the community (albeit with those who love it really loving it), as well as Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands. Tales from the Borderlands was their excellent story set in the world of Gearbox’s franchise, and is widely regarded as their best game yet- so it should be a good chance for...
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  • Dragon Quest Heroes 2 is Out Now, Launch Trailer Revealed

    Dragon Quest Heroes 2, a spin-off of the classic RPG series that focuses more on hack and slash action, is finally available in North America. Check out the launch trailer below. Developed by Omega Force of Dynasty Warriors fame, Dragon Quest Heroes 2 features a lot of crowd-brawling. However, it also mixes in elements like exploring the world, visiting towns, random battles and character customization to keep it in line with Dragon Quest. There are several characters to choose from with their own...
    See more | Go to post

  • Nier Automata Arena DLC Releasing on May 2nd

    Nier Automata Arena DLC Releasing on May 2nd

    Square Enix has confirmed a Western release date for its first DLC to Nier: Automata. You can look out for it on May 2nd for PS4 and Steam. The DLC, which is called “3C3C1D119440927”, essentially adds three coliseums to the game and lets players fight against waves of enemies. There are new sub-quests and challenges to complete with interesting new rewards.


    These include costumes from Nier: Replicant for 2B, (S and A2; records that serve as “special music tracks” for the...
    See more | Go to post

  • Persona 5 New Trailer Celebrates The Accolades It Has Gotten

    Atlus’ Persona 5 is the second highest rated game of this year, as well as the highest rated non remaster game on the PS4. It is one of the highest rated JRPGs of all time, and is widely considered to be the best game in the long running Persona series. In other words, it is fantastic by every standard- and this new trailer for the game, which is actually a remix of the ‘Sizzle trailer’ for the game that was released ahead of the game’s launch, reinforces that by showing all the accolades...
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  • Nier: Automata Receiving Arena DLC, Replicant-Inspired Costumes

    Platinum Games has announced DLC content for Nier: Automata and it seems 2B will be challenging some fearsome foes in a new arena mode. The DLC is called “3C3C1D119440927” and will feature three coliseums to fight in. There will also be side-quests to undertake which grant different rewards. These include hairspray for altering the hair colour of 2B and A2; masks that provide different effects when equipped; costumes from Nier: Replicant for 2B, 9S and A2; and records that can provide new music...
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  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Releases on August 22nd

    Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Releases on August 22nd

    Naughty Dog’s Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, a standalone expansion to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End which stars Chloe and Nadine, will be releasing on August 22nd. Check out the newest trailer below to see where the duo’s adventures in India lead them.


    Those who pre-order Uncharted: The Lost Legacy at select retailers are eligible to receive a free digital copy of Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy as a PS2 Classics title.

    If you already possess the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s...
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  • PS4 Firmware Update 4.55 Now Out; Adds ‘Stability’

    Update 4.55 is now out for the PS4. And while you shouldn’t have expected anything major after the feature rich update 4.50 was just released, it still deserves to be highlighted- this is one of those famous ‘stability’ updates. Yes, that’s right, update 4.55 adds nothing to the PS4 but more ‘stability.’ Which is, I guess, one fix to the wobbling problem that launch PS4 systems had?


    Users are reporting better Wifi connectivity, as well as fixes with some crashing on the PS4 Pro,...
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  • Drawn To Death Review – Not Drawing Enough Inspiration

    I have greatly enjoyed David Jaffe’s previous works so when he announced Drawn to Death, his new highly stylized, uber violent shooter, my interest was piqued. I’m someone who appreciates my shooters to look, feel, and play different – I’m more likely to play Overwatch or Splatoon than Call of Duty or Battlefield. Drawn To Death fit that to a T, and it was coming from one of my favorite creators as well. I was intrigued, even when so few others were.

    On the whole, I think the...
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  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Could Be 10 Hours Long

    Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Could Be 10 Hours Long

    At the recent BAFTA Game Awards, Naughty Dog director of communications Arne Mayer teased to IBTimes UK that Uncharted: The Lost Legacy would be roughly 10 hours along. When speaking about how the game went from being DLC to a standalone title, Mayer said that, “Years ago, when we were asked if we were ever doing a single player expansion for Uncharted we always said, ‘Well, we don’t have the self-discipline to do that’. If we tried to do that we’d create a full game.


    “There’s...
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  • Drawn To Death New Trailer Showcases Alan And His Abilities

    Drawn to Death, the new multiplayer shooter by David Jaffe, who has previously brought us Twisted Metal and God of War, is now out. But Sony won’t stop promoting it just yet- as a matter of fact, they released a brand new trailer for the game just today, showcasing Alan, one of the playable characters in the game, and his abilities.


    Drawn to Death is a highly stylized new multiplayer shooter from David Jaffe; it is available for free for all PS Plus subscribers, and $20 for everyone...
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  • Drawn to Death Now Available Free For PS4 via PlayStation Plus

    David Jaffe’s cartoonish arena shooter Drawn to Death is finally available and comes free for PlayStation Plus subscribers. In development for a while, Drawn to Death is a third person multiplayer shooter with an aesthetic that looks immediately familiar to Twisted Metal fans (albeit with notebook doodle-esque graphics).


    The overall line-up for this month is actually pretty hefty. Along with Drawn to Death, the PlayStation 4 will be receiving 10 Second Ninja, Curses ‘n Chaos...
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  • Paragon’s Newest Hero Morigesh is Now Live

    Paragon’s Newest Hero Morigesh is Now Live

    Epic Games’ Paragon has received a new hero in the form of Morigesh. She’s a close range caster who relies on marking targets and hitting them with swarms of insects to do damage. Check out her cinematic trailer below.


    Morigesh abilities include Mark for dealing damage; Hive which sends insects that explode into area-of-effect damage over image and can slow enemies with each tick; Swarm, where Morigesh becomes the swarm, increasing her movement speed and dealing damage by passing...
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  • Jak and Daxter PS2 Classics Announced for PS4

    Jak and Daxter PS2 Classics Announced for PS4

    Naughty Dog’s other iconic platforming series Jak and Daxter will be returning on the PlayStation 4 via PS2 classics. As per PlayStation US Blog, Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II and Jak 3 will be heading to the PS4 via digital download on the PlayStation Store this year.


    That’s not all though. Jak X: Combat Racing, the vehicular combat title in the franchise, will also be available as a PS2 classic. While it won’t have online multiplayer support, you can still...
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  • Spider-Man PS4 Releasing in 2017 – Report

    Spider-Man PS4 Releasing in 2017 – Report

    While developer Insomniac Games hasn’t outright confirmed it, Marvel Digital Media VP & Executive Editor Ryan Penagos said during a recent livestream that Spider-Man PS4 is due to release in 2017.


    As per a clip captured by a Reddit user, Penagos states, “There’s even more on the horizon for 2017, like Spider-Man coming to PlayStation 4 and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite coming to Xbox One, PS4, Windows PC.”

    Showcased at E3 2016 last year, Insomniac’s yet-to-be-named...
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  • Persona 5 Free and Paid DLC Schedule Announced

    Persona 5 Free and Paid DLC Schedule Announced

    Persona 5 is now out- and it’s worth the wait, with the game being every bit as good as the hype would have you believe. We should have known it would be this good, really- Atlus can’t make a bad Persona game if they tried, and they were really looking to take their time with this one, after all.



    Ahead of the launch of the game on Tuesday, on April 4, Atlus has released the schedule for DLC for this game. One very important thing to remember- no story content will be sold...
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  • Paragon’s Newest Caster Morigesh Arrives on April 4t

    Epic Games’ Paragon will be receiving a new ranged caster on April 4th with Morigesh. The creepy new hero received an abilities overview video which you can see below. Morigesh’s abilities include Mark, which sees her mark a hero and deal damage to them. Targets stay marked until dead or another target is chosen. Hive sends several insects at enemies, which explode and deal damage over time. Each tick of damage will also slow targets.


    Swarm sees Morigesh transform into a swarm...
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  • WipEout Omega Collection Launches On June 6

    WipEout Omega Collection Launches On June 6

    It’s not as good as a brand new PS4 WipEout game, but at least it is something- the previously announced WipEout Omega Collection, which will include fully remastered versions of WipEout HD, WipEout Fury, and WipEout 2048 (from the PS3, PSP, and PS Vita respectively) will be hitting the PS4 on June 6 this year, Sony has confirmed.


    The big selling point here is the remastered graphics- the textures in particular have been reworked substantially, leading to a startlingly clear...
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  • Destiny 2 Features PS4 Exclusive Content Till Fall 2018

    One of the many criticisms of Bungie’s Destiny is the year-long exclusive agreement with Sony for additional content. This resulted in the infamous exclusives from Year Two still not being released for Xbox One players.


    Unfortunately, it looks like that trend is going to continue As per the Destiny 2 teaser (aka “Last Call”) on the official PlayStation channel, the sequel will have “Content exclusive until at least Fall 2018.” More details will be shared in the Summer which...
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  • Paragon Update Brings New Loot Crate Options, Game Balance Adjustments

    Epic Games has released another update for its hero shooter/MOBA Paragon. Update v.38.5 for the game introduces a fair few new variations for Loot Crates, as well as adjustments to game balance. That apart, new skins, as well as your standard fixes and tweaks to UI and all, are also part and parcel of this new patch.


    You can check out the full list of updates below- but if you’re an ardent player of the game, a lot of this should hopefully not be much of a surprise, given just...
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  • Final Fantasy 7 Remake Will Feature Object Destruction, Players Can Break Boss’ Parts

    Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura has recently been talking about the upcoming remake’s gameplay quite a bit recently, sharing details about the action based combat system and the cover system in the game, and now, we have some more details about the game thanks to him.


    Nomura has said that maps and environments in the game will be destructible, and that players will also have the ability to break or destroy parts of bosses in the middle of battles to give them...
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  • Persona 5 Review: EDGE Scores It Lower Than Persona 4: Golden

    Persona 5 is finally almost here. After years of delays, it is not just a week or so away from official launch in the western markets. Several media outlets have already started coming out with their reviews for the highly anticipated JRPG. Gaming magazine EDGE is among them, and they’ve given the game a pretty solid score of 8/10 in their review.


    In contrast, EDGE gave both versions of Persona 4, the base version as well as Persona 4 Golden for the PS Vita, a 9/10, which means...
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  • Mass Effect Andromeda PC vs PS4 PRO

    Mass Effect Andromeda PC vs PS4 PRO

    After five years in development and possibly having a budget that surpasses the $40 million used for Mass Effect 3, it’s quite easy to understand why fans are disappointed with Mass Effect Andromeda’s animations. Unfortunately, other than the stifled animations and a host of glitches and bugs it’s easy to forget the other graphical parameters that make Andromeda a great looking game at times. The animations of the game are so downright awful and admittedly they look so last gen that much...
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  • Persona 5 New Gameplay Video Shows 90 Minutes Of Gameplay

    Persona 5 is almost here- we’re talking about a game that is less than two weeks from release, after having made people wait over three years for its release (a reminder that this was originally supposed to be out in Winter 2014). With the game being so close to release, I am sure many of you are having trouble waiting for it- I know I am.


    There’s something here that may whet your appetite for the title- PlayStation Access has posted a gameplay video showcasing the first 90...
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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Receives Variety Map Pack on PS4

    Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered has received some more DLC in the form of the Variety Map Pack for PS4. The pack contains four remastered maps of varying sizes. Check out the launch trailer below.


    The Variety Map Pack includes Chinatown, full of alleyways and neon lighting; Broadcast, an abandoned station that’s narrow inside and open outside; Creek, a ravine that’s perfect for snipers; and Killhouse, a training warehouse that encourages close quarters...
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  • Final Fantasy 7 Remake – Nomura Explains How The Cover System Will Work In The Game

    Recently, Square Enix released a couple of screenshots for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake, and one of those screenshots depicted Cloud taking cover behind a crate as an enemy fired at him with a gun. In an interview with Famitsu, director Tetsuya Nomura spoke about this and went into detail about the same.


    When asked whether the cover mechanic was something that would feature in the combat of the game, Nomura said, “In the story, in situations where you’re sneaking...
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