Hell is other people
On its surface, Michigan doesn't appear to stand out from the crowd of survival horror games that infested the PlayStation 2. A mysterious virus is turning everybody into monsters and you have to fight to stay alive. However,...
Well ain't that bonza, mate?
Wow, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger is something I haven’t thought about in 10 years. I always thought it was a weird attempt to piggyback on the success Spyro and Crash Bandicoot had during the generation before. Th...
Vague, but I'll take it
Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir is coming to the Americas sometime next year, Atlus confirmed today.
The high-definition remake of Vanillaware's gorgeous PlayStation 2 role-playing game was unveiled earlier this week. On top of...
PS2 Classic launches this Tuesday
Suikoden III is slated for a digital re-release on PlayStation 3 this week, according to the PlayStation Blog's weekly listing of upcoming releases for North America.
Earlier this year, a European rating for the PlayStation 2...
Hit me baby, one more time
Who wants to play a mini-game collection where babies slap the crap out of each other? Nobody? What about if they're creepy-looking Cabbage Patch Kid rejects? Still no? Oh well, that's what I'm going to talk about here anyway...
More than a year after coming to PlayStation Network in North America, Shin Megami Tensei : Lucifer’s Call -- Nocturne, if you're nasty -- is now available on European shores.
If you can withstand its soul-cru...
If you do, is it a classic?
Legend of Kay is a 3D platformer action-adventure title starring Kay, a cat who uses his claws in "meow-tial arts" as well as weaponry to fight evil gorillas who have been oppressing cat kind. So the game is about a species w...
PEGI rating foreshadows digital release
Suikoden III appears to be on its way to PlayStation Network, as PEGI, Europe's videogame classification board, has issued a rating for Konami's acclaimed PlayStation 2 role-playing game.
Unlike the first pair of S...
Am I buggin' you? I don't mean to bug you
Remember FMV games? Back in the '90s they were briefly the hot new thing. Games like Phantasmagoria and 7th Guest were considered cutting edge adventure games. Perhaps you even bought a CD-ROM drive for your computer just to ...
Fishing games have been around a long time. The earliest one I remember playing is Activision's 1980 Fishing Derby for the Atari 2600. Despite its simplicity, it was great. Since then there have been tons more fishing titles,...
As a PSOne Classic
Strider 2 was pretty fantastic. Although it had an upgraded visual style (for the time), it was a pure throwback to old school beat 'em ups, and had some extremely solid gameplay. It also used the "new" Strider design that wa...
Wonder how much dialog there will be
Mama director Andrés Muschietti has been tapped for Shadow of the Colossus now that previous director Josh Trank (Chronicle) is busy with Fantastic Four and Star Wars, reports Deadline.
We've had years to warm up to th...
No Jack Frost plushie though, obviously
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon is coming to PlayStation 3 next week as a digital release, the latest episode of the PlayStation Blogcast reveals
Atlus first brought the PS2 action ...
Classic PS2 role-playing game returns on PS3
It's a light week in terms of new releases on account of E3. However, there's definitely one game RPG enthusiasts should play in any waking moments not consumed by keeping tabs on all the pomp and circumstance out of Los Ange...
Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2 might just be the next Atlus classic to manifest on PlayStation 3, an ESRB rating for the RPG suggests.
The news shouldn't come as a total surprise. A sizable portion of the Japan...
Digital Devil Saga Europe
Two years later, Ghostlight finally comes through
Ghostlight is summoning Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga to the PlayStation Network in Europe this week, the British publisher has announced.
The Atlus-developed RPG initially arrived on European shores in 2006 for PS2....
That was a close one, rhythm game fans
After a tense will-they-or-won't-they run, Harmonix's Kickstarter for a revival of cult classic music game Amplitude has been funded. At the time of this post, the current amount raised by backers is $777,219, with a funding ...
*Shakes fist at GameSpy*
Electronic Arts said last month that it was working to find a solution to the GameSpy Technology shutdown on May 31, 2014 that will mean the end of online functionality, including multiplayer, for a number of titles that rely...
[Update: It's up now! $9.99. Go, go, go!]
I laughed hard at the featured comment yesterday on our story on the mystery game that Atlus would be bringing to the PlayStation Network today. Why? Because Destructoid community mem...
And you don't need a PS Plus subscription
If you're a North American gamer with a PlayStation 3 and you pass on buying one of the platform's best exclusives, Tokyo Jungle, we can't be friends. It and a bunch of other games -- some good, some less good -- are marked d...
Up first: The Art of Naughty Dog
Naughty Dog will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year and in doing so, there will be "several anniversary announcements happening over the coming months."
The first is a collaboration with Dark Horse Comics on The Art of ...
Atlus re-releasing action role-playing game digitally on PS3
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army will make its digital debut on PlayStation 3 next week, the PlayStation Blogcast reports.
Unlike the vast majority of MegaTen games, the Raidou Kuzunoh...
A glimpse of what's to come
We have a better idea at how PlayStation Now will exactly work thanks to an error that appeared on the PlayStation Store. PSNStores noticed they were able to rent Catherine, with a 1 day, 7 day, and 30 day options available. ...
Yet another Atlus RPG coming to PS2 Classics
Growlanser: Heritage of War is taking the fight to PlayStation Network next week, the sultry raconteurs of the PlayStation Blogcast have revealed.
The tactical role-playing game initially launched in North America b...
Whet your appetite for Deception IV with this PS2 Classic
Trapt is coming to PlayStation Network next week, according to the latest episode of the PlayStation Blogcast.
A spiritual successor to Tecmo's Deception series, the strategy action title initially released on PlayS...
Did you receive your special beta access?
The PlayStation Now streaming services that will let you play PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation 3 games over the internet on your PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and other supported devices such as t...
Backwards compatibility for older titles said to be through emulation
Sony's streaming solution to backwards compatibility has only been confirmed for PlayStation 3 titles but a source has told Eurogamer that PS1 and PS2 games will eventually be playable on the PS4. However, they won't be part ...
Both Vita and Bravia TV
Sony set up a media mixer today outside of CES to let us get a better look at PlayStation Now, their new streaming technology they announced this morning. The same games were available on the Vita and Bravia television demo stations: God of War: Ascension, Puppeteer, The Last of Us, and Beyond: Two Souls.
Backwards compatibility arrives this summer in the US
Revealed by Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House at CES 2014, the company's Gaikai-powered cloud gaming service is called PlayStation Now, and it's coming sooner than anticipated -- this summer in the United States.
First hands-on from CES
I just had my first hands on with the newly announced PlayStation Now streaming service here at CES 2014, and I'm here to tell you that it seems to work beautifully.