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August 2014 PlayStation Plus Games Revealed

Starting on August 5, 2014, PS+ members will gain a handful of exciting new games added to the collection. Members will be receiving Road Not Take (PS4), Metrico (PS Vita), Fez (PS4), Crysis 3 (PS3), Proteus (PS3), and Dragon’s Crown (PS Vita) as part of August’s free games lineup. Let’s

What is Escape Dead Island?

Later this year, we can expect a new addition to the Dead Island series, Escape Dead Island.  Unlike previous installments in the series, this game is told from a third person perspective with a focus on stealth as opposed to the usual guns, or axes, blazing.  In addition, the story is

Mighty No. 9, Second Crowdfunding Push?

Mighty No. 9, a spiritual successor to MegaMan, saw a ton of support on Kickstarter last year raising well over 3 million dollars. Welp, now they’re back and asking for even more. The new campaign is looking to raise $100,000 through Paypal in order to get English voice acting, this

Blue Estate Review

Blue Estate is bear with me here, a rail-shooter.  Now that you’re (hopefully) done cringing, it warrants mentioning that the solidly bad reputation of rail-shooters coming across rather dull and slap-dash at the best of times usually seems pretty accurate, but is it fair to assume that they’re all bad? I mean,

Z-Run Giveaway

Like I promised. Here’s the giveaway for 3 PlayStation Vita codes for Z-Run. These codes will only work on PSN accounts made in North America unfortunately. I will hold another separate giveaway for those of you in Europe! Be sure to check out our review of Z-Run. Regardless enter away

Z-Run Review

With quick running games being a bit of a craze on mobile devices like Temple Run and Sonic Dash, it seems only natural that someone would make one filled with zombies. Which is exactly what Beatshapers has decided to do, on the PlayStation Vita. Will it work or will it

Battle Princess of Arcadia Review

Battle Princess of Arcadia, a download only PS3 title developed by Apollosoft and published by NIS of America, was exactly the kind of game that I thought I was itching to play. There’s nothing quite like a good action jrpg to separate yourself from western shooters. What I didn’t expect

Resogun Heroes Review

Resogun, XDEV Studio Europe’s PS4 flagship title, received its first piece of downloadable content this week in Resogun Heroes, a $5 add-on (or a measly $8 for the season pass) bringing two new unique game modes. Is the DLC worth the small asking price, or has Resogun’s flare fizzled out?