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5:00 PM on 07.31.2014

PlayStation 4 sales buoy Sony's quarter one performance

Selling off the PC division, entire buildings, $1.3 billion in expected losses. Fun times at Sony. The PlayStation brand, including the success of the PlayStation 4, is a bright spot, however.  In its first quarter repor...

Steven Hansen


3:15 PM on 07.31.2014

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos trailer full of tits, upskirts, and murder

Holy crap, that song it goes into around the 45-second mark is so damn bad. Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is hitting Japanese PS4s in October, where it can hopefully help shift some units, as the PS4 library isn't tickling Japan's collective fancy. Looks I lot better than the Wii Onechanbara I played. 

Steven Hansen

1:00 PM on 07.31.2014

Konami livestreaming new Metal Gear Solid V gameplay at gamescom

It's looking like gamescom 2014 will be a pretty exciting show. With many of the big hitters set to unveil their new products, we've certainly got a lot to look forward to next month. Now, we've got another publisher ready to...

Alessandro Fillari

12:45 PM on 07.31.2014

The Far Cry 4 devs toned it down for part two of their Himalayan excursion

As indicated by part one of the video series chronicling the Far Cry 4 developers' trip to the Himalayan region, they seemingly rushed off to watch an animal sacrifice nearly as soon as their plane touched down. Th...

Brett Makedonski

11:45 AM on 07.31.2014

Engage in psychological warfare with Shadow of Mordor's Wraith

You might've thought that Orcs were all fleshy and a good ol'-fashioned sword through the squishy parts would be enough to take care of them. False. Some might fall to the blade, but you'll need something decidedly more cere...

Brett Makedonski

9:00 AM on 07.31.2014

PlayStation Now might offer a subscription plan in the future

PlayStation Now is a great idea on paper. Note that I use that phrase "on paper," because in its current incarnation, the prices are outrageous, and the rental timeframes aren't particularly ideal (the lowest ranges go from f...

Chris Carter

8:00 AM on 07.31.2014

PlayStation Now open beta on PS4: Is it working for you?

PlayStation Now, Sony's PS3, PS4, and Vita streaming service, is now in an open beta for PS4 users. PlayStation Now is integrated in the PS Store, sapping funds from your directly from your PS wallet when you decide you...

Steven Hansen

9:00 PM on 07.30.2014

Which of these alternate The Evil Within covers do you like best?

I tend to prefer alternate game cover art over the "real" thing and The Evil Within is no exception. Publisher Bethesda has three covers for us to vote on and whichever piece wins will be used on the inside sleeve for the lau...

Jordan Devore

8:00 PM on 07.30.2014

Wander is an MMO free of combat

One of the titles playable at gamescom's Indie MEGABOOTH is Wander, described as "a collaborative, non-combat, non-competitive MMO game focused on narrative, exploration, and joy." It stars you, at least at first, as a tree ...

Jordan Devore

6:30 PM on 07.30.2014

Put a dinosaur head on your spaceship in Habitat: A Thousand Generations in Orbit

"Habitat is the only strategic space survival game that uses orbital debris to build the future homes of humanity and where hope for survival relies on the creativity and resourcefulness of the player." This is one of those...

Jordan Devore

5:30 PM on 07.30.2014

Watch Dog's DLC may go clean up New Jersey

While Watch Dogs' campaign focused on the connected city of Chicago, the post-release content may set its sights on the east coast. That is, if a social media tease turns out to hold any weight. The Watch Dogs Twitter ac...

Brett Makedonski





5:00 PM on 07.30.2014

Development of Crytek USA's Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age moving to Frankfurt studio

The big news out of Crytek this morning was that the company is selling its Homefront intellectual property to Koch Media and Deep Silver -- which is where Crytek UK's work on Homefront: The Revolution will continue, under th...

Jordan Devore



How to stop sucking at The Last of Us multiplayer photo
How to stop sucking at The Last of Us multiplayer
by Kyle MacGregor

Have you played The Last of Us yet? Maybe, maybe not. You probably should, though. It's really a lovely game. And it's now on PS4, which means there's an actual reason to use that thing as something other than a Netflix delivery service. 

Once you pop that disc in, the first thing you'll probably want to do is check out the campaign and those shiny new graphics. Maybe then you'll move on to the Left Behind prologue chapter. It's nice too. At some point, though, you'll definitely want to check out the title's best kept secret -- the multiplayer. Yes, the thing referenced in this article's headline. It's the wonderful caramel and nougat center to this delicious chocolate bar.

I almost made the mistake of assuming it was tack-on. I almost wish I did. The disc has scarcely left my PS3 over the last year because of it. I've spent a lot of time with the multiplayer. More than I'm proud of, really. And in that time I've noticed some things -- things that might help players suck less. And because I'm such a saint, I figured I'd share the fruits of my obsession with you, dear reader.

These things are the worst. Don't do these things.

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1:30 PM on 07.30.2014

Destiny had the 'largest console beta ever' for a new IP

Did you get in on the Destiny beta? I did, but only after access was opened to all. Managed to play for about an hour which, after the cut scenes and loading, wasn't enough time for me to get a true sense of how I feel about ...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 07.30.2014

Dragon's Crown, Fez headline PS Plus next month

The August lineup for PlayStation Plus is looking pretty awesome. Road Not Taken (PS4), Fez (PS4, Vita, PS3), Crysis 3 (PS3), Proteus (PS3, Vita), Metrico (Vita), and Dragon's Crown (PS3, Vita) will all be offered f...

Kyle MacGregor

11:45 AM on 07.30.2014

Deep Silver acquires Homefront IP

It looks like things have finally come to a head at Crytek. The troubled publisher and developer behind Ryse, Crysis, and the upcoming Homefront: The Revolution has taken major steps to secure its own future. Crytek has sold ...

Alessandro Fillari