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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

Ultra Street Fighter IV Review

The next iteration of Street Fighter IV recently released as a 15.00 digital upgrade. Ultra Street Fighter IV contains five new characters, six new stages, and new updates on frames/properties to all characters. A disc version of the game will also release on August 8th, that includes everything from Street

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

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

Platinum Games Announces Legend of Korra Game

Looks like Platinum Games has another game in the works, but this time they’re taking a shot at The Legend of Korra!

Set between season one and two of the Nickelodeon television show, The Legend of Korra is about a girl with the ability to control all 4 elements (earth, wind, water, and fire) who is destined to save the world! If anybody can do the game justice, it’ll be Platinum Games, known for their fast and fluid gameplay. I for one, am crazy excited. What do ya’ll think?

Valiant Hearts: The Great War Review

Valiant Heart: The Great War, the newest UbiArt framework game following the fantastic Child of Light and Raymond games, has finally been released. Ubisoft Montpellier has promised a realistic and entertaining depiction of the First World War, a difficult proposition for one of the bloodiest struggles of all time. Did

Watch Dogs review

Watch Dogs is the newest IP from Ubisoft, and like most new IPs, it’s hard to really know what to expect since even the best ideas have the potential to fall flat. What I did know, however, was that I could expect a game with all kinds of various ways