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The Final Fantasy XIV website has updated with tons of new information about the different Disciplines in the game.
This week is actually pretty good. Why? Because the Blue Bomber returns! The incredibly awesome Mega Man 10 is now available on the PSN. Don’t forget to read our review.
There are three demos to keep you busy. One for MLB 10 The Show, Mega Man 10, and Feeding Frenzy 2. Various games are on sale this week, including Age of Booty. Like always, there’s tons of downloadable content as well.
The reviews for White Knight Chronicles have been mixed. Even though we thought the game was good, there are obvious flaws that hinder the experience.
Level-5 made improvements to White Knight Chronicles after the game was originally released in Japan. While the story can’t be changed at this point, simple tweaks can be made to the gameplay itself.
We’ve come up with five ways that would make White Knight Chronicles a better game.
The Last Guardian is number six in our top anticipated games for this year, but for a title that we’re so excited about, we know little about it.
Well the start of the flow of information for the game may have now arrived as the game’s website has now launched in Japan.
Nippon Ichi Software America just announced that the official Last Rebellion website is live and it reveals the story, characters, and combat system. Most importantly, at the top right of the website is a vague “Coming February 2010” release date.
The application for the PC version of the Final Fantasy XIV beta is now available. PS3 owners are left out at this time, but it does look like there will be a beta sign up eventually.
On Saturday, December 12th, music from Final Fantasy IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, and even XIV were performed at the Rosemont Theatre in Illinois.
It was amazing.
It’s that time of the week again. The official Super Street Fighter IV blog has updated and new information has been revealed and teased. Wondering if you need to rebuy the alternate costumes from the original Street Fighter IV? That is just one of the topics discussed.
Hello fellow constituents, Lady Liberty here (right hand pictured) to bring you North America’s PlayStation Store update.
The clear winners here are PSP and rhythm game owners with the release of adhocParty for the PSP and the usual derriere-load of songs released for Rock Band, The Beatles: Rock Band and Guitar Hero 5.
The title is 100% true if all you care about on a Thursday night is a decent PlayStation Store update to spend money on and get free stuff from. Tonight we get both.
Price drops? Check. PSone classics? Check. Demos? Check. Free add-ons? Check. Cool videos and freakin’ sweet themes? Check.
Did it just get warm around here? Aww Phreaky, that’s disgusting. Okay everybody, out of the pool. The Inferno Pool that is, which debuts in North America today. Check out our Inferno Pool review circa June 1st 2009, and did we mention that we totally pwned* Inferno Pool developers Dark Energy at their own game?
Good things came in today, the second Ratchet And Clank Future demo (featuring the furry one) and a Fat Princess demo for those yet to succumb to the allure of magical cake. We can vouch for Fat Princess; it’s totally awesome and includes a free new map, New Pork City.
Trine, Oddworld, Ractchet and Clank Future, Critter Crunch, Dragon Ball, Queen, The Beatles… Where to begin? Price updates of course! Lumines Supernova, Burnout Paradise and Siren all get price drops.
Get your Trine on, reminisce with Oddworld, check out that crack with the Ratchet and Clank demo, sample the delicious bugs with the Crtitter Crunch demo or let out the beast out in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast demo. Are you not entertained?
Yes, the rumors are true. There was another AAA title released this week. You may have heard of it, it’s pretty freaking loud. We are talking about Brütal Legend of course, which today gets a Rock Band three-pack from Tenacious D, Testament and fellow umlaut enthusiasts Motörhead. Let there be rock.
And speaking of rock, if you use your PlayStation 3 for listening to rocking tunes (who doesn’t, it only does everything) there’s a nifty little ‘game’ that will enhance your listening experience by adding a visual, albeit kinda freaky one.
We won’t shy away from the fact that we have been waiting to get our Europoean old-school on with Digger HD. We won’t shy away from the fact that labeling A Bug’s Life as a PSOne Classic is just plain wrong. Who camped out for a midnight release of A Bug’s Life? No really, stand up so we can beat you with a pointy stick.
Ahem, where were we? Oh yes. Digger HD is live in the EU! If you were alive enough back then (and still have your memories), why not relive the good old days with this updated and upgraded PSN remake?
Welcome to this week’s Homerun that will cover the new PlayStation Home content updates including what we think of them.
Last week we saw the release of a new update, version 1.3, and it has been well received by gamers. This week we see content that complements the patch.
With the announcement of Super Street Fighter IV, there have been some concerns on whether or not the title should have been DLC instead of a disc only product.
In a world full of updates and downloadable content, which would be the better option?
The wait for this one was brutal, but well worth the wait. Brutal Legend: The Demo is upon us. We all rocked to Tenacious D with Rock Band, but now you can be the man himself. Jack Black rocks out with his rooster out in the open in Tim “Freakin” Schafer’s Brutal Legend.
But that is not all Digger HD: The Downloadable Game is available for all you digging enthusiasts. We just hope that the multiplayer modes are not full of virtual teamsters slowing everything down. Qore, PSone classics, LBP’s Watchmen costumes, and two Fallout 3 packs round up this very awesome update.
Announced at this years Tokyo Game Show, Resident Evil 5 is getting a make over to support the new PlayStation motion controller. The alternate edition will also feature new content, expanding the Resident Evil universe…
Assassin’s Creed II is going to be bigger, better, and more in depth than its Knights Templar predecessor. Discussed during a Q&A with Creative Director Patrice Desilets include the progression of Ezio from child to master assassin, locations, as well as the different characters you will encounter in your quest for revenge…