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I have been an avid gamer since I learned how to hold a controller. My favorite games include Devil May Cry, Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Mega Man, Ratchet & Clank, Resident Evil; the list could probably go on forever. I am also a big movie and television junkie. Pretty much anything technological or entertainment-related will satisfy my curiosity.
Hyperdimension Neptunia wasn’t the breakout game NIS America was hoping for and flew under the radar of most gamers, and for good reason too. Gameplay was rough and despite its comical storyline there wasn’t much depth to the game.
Nearly a year later, the franchise returns with Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2. Continuing from exactly where the previous game left off, can mk2 fix everything that went wrong with the original?
Heavy Hitters is a new series of videos that showcase the many enemies protagonist Booker DeWitt will encounter in the city of Columbia. In the first video, creative director Ken Levine, art director Nate Wells and lead artist Shawn Robertson introduce us to the Motorized Patriot, a “clockwork terminator” that will just keep coming at you no matter what.
Plants vs. Zombies has graces almost every known platform available including Sony’s latest handheld, the PlayStation Vita. The premise of the game is simple; take control of different types of vegetation and defend your house from waves of invading zombies. Does the Vita manage to inject a second life into this undead title or are people simply going through the same brain dead motions once again?
Zone of the Enders HD Collection was announced at last year’s E3 along side the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection but we haven’t really heard anything since. Fear not, though, because Konami has announced that it’s still in development and is coming out later this fall.
Killzone 3 celebrates its one year anniversary this week and to celebrate Guerrilla Games has announced that the full multiplayer portion of the game will be heading to the PlayStation Store as a standalone download next week. This is one birthday party everyone can be a part of.
British hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks have teamed up with PlayStation for a new music video celebrating the UK launch of the PS Vita.
Lately, Zen Studios’ focus has been on Marvel Pinball and updating the game with plenty of our favorite Marvel characters straight from the comic books. With the release of the Vengeance and Virtue DLC pack now complete, the developers have shifted back to where the whole pinball craze began; Zen Pinball.
Epic Quest is the newest table to grace the platform and with it comes an entire new RPG element that redefines the pinball genre.
Final Fantasy XIII is considered a great game by some and even a greater disappointment by many others. Square Enix has let it known that Final Fantasy XIII-2, while it may have the same name in its title, is a completely different experience from its predecessor.
Has the game changed enough to return trust to the faithful fans or should Square Enix have put its resources more towards the next iteration of the franchise?
Epic Quest is an upcoming table for Zen Pinball featuring knights, princesses, and numerous monster who will attack our hero Max without hesitation. Best of all, there’s an RPG element to the table that allows your character to level up with experience, equipment, and magic spells.
You might be thinking, “How could this possibly work in a pinball game?” Well, we’re giving away three (3) U.S. vouchers for Epic Quest so you can find out for yourselves.
Epic Quest is set to bring a new standard to the pinball genre by incorporating RPG elements into the table, announced Zen Studios.
Sony has named current Executive Deputy President Kazuo Hirai as the next President and CEO of the company, taking over the position from Howard Stringer.
The latest gameplay trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2 showcases some of the other things you can do aside from the main storyline campaign.
Final Fantasy XIII was criticized for being too linear and having not a lot of variety in its gameplay. XIII-2 aims to drastically change that with a variety of rewarding side quests, puzzle sections, and Captain Cryptic’s “Confounding Quiz.” Will it be enough to keep players interested, though?
Capcom has official unveiled the next installment in the Resident Evil franchise. Turns out fans were right in that the creepy No Hope Left viral campaign was indeed for Resident Evil 6. Set 10 years after …
Irrational Games has announced a new “1999 Mode” will be coming to Bioshock Infinite, forcing players to “pick specializations, and focus on them” in one of the most demanding environment.
The zombie infested Dead Island will be getting a new storyline in the form of DLC towards the end of the month, announced Deep Silver. Players will now be able to play as Colonel Ryder White, the main antagonist of the main game, and explore the story from his unique perspective.
Capcom has released a new trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, this time featuring something that is perhaps more dangerous than the zombies, lickers, and tyrants rampaging through Raccoon City.
Motosports come in all shapes and sizes, from the massively realistic races of Gran Turismo 5 to the slot cars of PixelJunk Racers. Somewhere in between lies TNT Racers; an arcade-style multiplayer racer where driving skill and power-ups determines the winner.
Originally released for the PSP and Wii, TNT Racers has finally made it to the PSN and Xbox LIVE. Does the downloadable title manage to pack an explosive punch, or does its fuse fizzle out before the starting flag is waved?
High definition releases of the famed first person rail shooters The House of the Dead 3 and 4 will be coming soon exclusively to the PSN, SEGA announced.
The House of the Dead 3 will release first on February 7th with The House of the Dead 4 coming later in the spring. Both versions will feature updated HD graphics, trophies, and PlayStation Move support to give you that full arcade zombie experience.
Namco Bandai has teamed up with video game t-shirt company Insert Coin Clothing to bring fans an official SoulCalibur V shirt, just in time for its February release date.
Insert Coin Tees have always been of the highest quality gaming shirts, and typically feature some of the more obscure references such as Calber’s Fine English Ketchup from Metal Gear Solid or Hog Wild Airtours from Uncharted. No doubt the SoulCalibur franchise is in good hands.