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10:02 PM on 02.04.2015

Persona 4: Dancing All Night theme eases the wait for Persona 5 news

Okay, no big Persona 5 reveal yet. I am still completely, sincerely excited for the Persona 4 rhythm game and this amazing track, which we covered earlier today, is why. It's also worth listening to Japanese Teddy ...

Steven Hansen

9:00 PM on 02.04.2015

PS4, Vita ports locked in for rad racer Drift Stage

With a few days left on the Kickstarter for Drift Stage, developer Super Systems Softworks has confirmed that PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita ports will eventually happen for its arcade racer. Expect those to land sometime...

Jordan Devore

6:00 PM on 02.04.2015

This tool makes it way easier to keep track of your PlayStation Network purchases

Managing game downloads on PlayStation Network is a far greater pain that it needs to be, but I've grown accustomed to Sony's ways. Thank goodness for people like redditor RePod37, then, for coming up with an intuitive soluti...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 02.04.2015

Confirmed! You can play as dinosaurs in LEGO Jurassic World

"Imagine playing as the ominous LEGO T. rex, roaming the grounds of Isla Nublar, smashing LEGO bricks and battling with other dinosaurs -- this game is bound to bring out the kid in all of us," says TT Games managing direc...

Jordan Devore





5:15 PM on 02.03.2015

Red Goddess is a beauty

Yanim Studio has released a new trailer for its Unreal Engine 4 platformer Red Goddess. The game is described as a "nonlinear side-scroller" and is slated for release at some point in April on PC, Mac, Linux, and PlayStation...

Robert Summa



Review: Pix the Cat photo
Review: Pix the Cat
by Steven Hansen

Pix is a mix of the two most saccharine basic emoticons, :3 and ^_^, a face for the forgotten mascot age. Just too cute, and not in a way that ever betrays the fiendish score-chaser underneath. Sincere cuteness. A real testament to the species post-Flicky.

Now it's all about the cat collecting eggs through panel after panel of the Grid of Infinity and depositing a growing tail of ducklings into safe little holes lest they remain, stuck, as infinite guests. 

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3:00 PM on 02.03.2015

Project Scissors: NightCry looks terrifying in motion

Here it is: The debut trailer for Clock Tower spiritual successor NightCry. The point-and-click horror game takes place on a luxury cruise liner, where we see the protagonist run and hide from the murderous "Scissorwalker" a...

Kyle MacGregor

4:15 PM on 02.02.2015

Call this phone number for a cryptic Hotline Miami 2 message

The Hotline Miami Twitter account just posted this phone number: +1 (786) 519-3708 ext 10. I called it, like you do, and got a weird message, as expected. "We are 50 Blessings. Together we march ... into the future." Before I...

Jordan Devore



Review: Brandish: The Dark Revenant photo
Review: Brandish: The Dark Revenant
by Kyle MacGregor

Antiques possess a magnetic quality, an appeal to our imaginations, a false nostalgia for a time most of us are too young to remember. There's a comforting allure to these relics. They offer a window into the past, a living history. It's a connection, however tenuous, to where we came from, a place to which we've never visited or cannot return. 

Brandish: The Dark Revenant is an antique, something of a refurbished one. Falcom's classic role-playing game began its life as a PC release in 1991. It would later come to SNES, and was then remade in 2009 for PlayStation Portable, albeit only for Japan. Now, more than a half-decade later, a localization has finally arrived on western shores. Better late than never.

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Review: Nihilumbra photo
Review: Nihilumbra
by Greg Tito

There's a nugget of a solid game here in Nihilumbra. Unlike many of the PlayStation Vita's offerings, it uses the touchscreen in a novel way that doesn't feel tacked on or forced. And the puzzle-platforming is supported well by an ethereal art style, score, and sound design.

You just have to wade through a jumble of pseudo-philosophy to get to it.

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4:30 PM on 01.29.2015

2015's LEGO game lineup: Avengers, Jurassic World, mobile ports

This latest round of LEGO games will do wonders for Brett's Gamerscore. Several titles are releasing in 2015, including LEGO Jurassic World, which hits in June and spans all four films, and LEGO Marvel's Avengers, which is ou...

Jordan Devore

10:30 AM on 01.29.2015

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax coming to PS3, Vita

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is coming west this summer, Sega just announced. The crossover project celebrates the 20th anniversary of Dengeki Bunko, pitting characters from Sword Art Online, Spice & Wolf,&nb...

Kyle MacGregor



OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood debuts its first trailer photo
OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood debuts its first trailer
by Chris Carter

OlliOlli took off like a storm after it hit the Vita. While it was an unassuming indie skating game, its quality spoke for itself, and it's a certified success at this point. Developer Roll7 didn't rest on its laurels though, as the studio is now showing off its first footage for the sequel, OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood for the PS4 and Vita.

It'll feature new tricks, a local multiplayer mode, new environments, and multiple routes. The development team notes that it has tried its hardest to make every stage feel unique, and four players will now be supported by way of split-screen.

Yep, I'm very interested in this. The current release window is still "2015."

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6:30 PM on 01.28.2015

Sony cuts YouTube, Maps app on PlayStation Vita

Sony is removing PlayStation Vita applications! Get out your torches and pitchforks! The company announced today the portable's Maps app and some features of that Near social network thing nobody ever used are ...

Kyle MacGregor

3:00 PM on 01.27.2015

Touhou games may come to PlayStation this year

Ah, Touhou Project. The hyper-popular series of bullet-hell shooters has long been a Holy Grail of sorts for non-PC-owning otaku, and the efforts to get games with the Touhou brand on various consoles have been mighty indeed...

Josh Tolentino





2:30 PM on 01.27.2015

Scythe of relief: Grim Fandango's great, celebrate with a trailer

Día de Muertos typically comes around at the end of October, but it's a semi-annual event in 2015. That's because adventure classic Grim Fandango releases today, ensuring that you'll pay your respects to both the...

Brett Makedonski