A recent story surfaced regarding the possibility of a Freedom Wars sequel. But with the producer of the first game, Junichi Yoshizawa, abandoning his Panopticon, a new Freedom Wars is uncertain. So what’s the next step for Freedom Wars?
A remastered version of the 2012 Vita exclusive game Gravity Rush may be on flying onto the PlayStation 4. Continue reading Gravity Rush Might Be Coming to the PS4
TINY HAWK: PLATFORM SKATER 2
There is a time in a boys’ life when they have an obsession with skateboarding. For me that time was in the early 2000s, right around the time Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 came out. Tony Hawk was an icon. Everyone had one of those finger skateboards and no one knew how to use them. Everyone had a real skateboard and even less knew how to use them. Continue reading OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood Review
The PlayStation Vita turns three years old this week. Like a toddler, it’s still perfecting its coordination, and learning how to tell its own stories, but it has potential. Even though this little guy is so young, people have been singing its swansong since the Vita’s initial release. Yet, like an indestructible Freedom Wars Abductor, its health is draining slower than anticipated. The big question is what’s the Vita outlook for 2015 and beyond? Continue reading PlayStation Vita: Where does Sony’s Handheld Stand 3 Years Later
Celebrate the PlayStation Vita’s anniversary with a large PSN flash sale! Continue reading PS Vita Birthday Flash Sale
Square Enix adds an enticing bonus for those who purchase Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. Continue reading Final Final Type-0 HD will Include FF XV Demo on Release Day
Transistor headlines the PlayStation Plus lineup of free games for February 2015. Continue reading February’s Free PlayStation Plus Games are Revealed
Creative Assembly’s claustrophobic first-person horror game Alien: Isolation has sold over one million copies in three months. Continue reading Alien: Isolation Sells over a Million Copies
Rookie of the Year
In the last couple console generations, arcade-style sports games had a major decline in production. Besides Wii Sports, fans now favor the hardcore sports simulators with their realistic graphics, television-like presentation and true-to-life gameplay. Cartoony sports games are seen now as bush league.