Fans of a certain angry demigod will be getting a new treat as the next God of War is confirmed to be in development.
AAA, LittleBigPlanet Style
In a holiday environment filled with the exosuits of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the medieval violence of Dragon Age: Inquisition and the deep stories of games like Assassin’s Creed Unity, sometimes a nice lighthearted game is just what we need. Sony is happy to oblige with the latest edition to the LittleBigPlanet family: LittleBigPlanet 3, a fun customizable platformer that follows Sackboy and his new friends as they embark on a lovely adventure together. Well, almost.
It seems that people wanted to shoot hoops, fight Mario, and shoot things up in October. Continue reading Super Smash Bros., The Evil Within Among Top Games of October
Attention, PlayStation owners: Sony will be performing maintenance on the PlayStation Network on Monday, November 17th. Continue reading PlayStation Network Will Undergo Maintenance Soon
PlayStation 4 owners, Christmas is coming early! Sony unveiled what games that will be in the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection (IGC) in December and January, although only for the PlayStation 4. Continue reading Sneak Peek at Dec/Jan PS+ Titles
PlayStation Plus once again gives us their offering for November 2014. These indie games will be available when the PlayStation Store updates on November 4th. As always, make sure to add October’s games into your library (which you can do now!) before that time.
Long ago, video games lived through a golden age. Then, everything changed when shovelware appeared. Only Rare, the developer that made a licenced game revolutionary with Goldeneye, could stop bad shovelware. But when the community needed them most, they vanished into Microsoft’s arms. Several years passed, and another developer was found: Platinum Games. Although they have made several great games in the past, they have a long way to go before they can save any franchise. However, I believe that Platinum has the potential to save licenced games. So, does Platinum’s first attempt, The Legend of Korra, finally bring balance to licensed and unlicensed games, or has The Legend of Korra been equalized to other licenced games?