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Introducing inFAMOUS: Second Son

Introducing inFAMOUS: Second Son

The third instalment in the inFAMOUS series, inFAMOUS Second Son for the PlayStation 4 is set to take you on a thrilling adventure as Delsin Rowe.

Game On with Killzone: Shadow Fall

Game On with Killzone: Shadow Fall

Killzone: Shadow Fall for the PS4 is the latest release in this franchise, and features an epic multi-player approach that will set the bar.

The Insignia PlayStation 4 remote makes that tricky interface much easier

by paliontology from 01-14-2015

InsigniaPS4Remote.jpgQuite simply put: Watching BluRays and DVDs on your PlayStation 4 can be frustrating at best. You have to memorize a weird button structure, and then it's tough to scan or find menus. You almost feel like you need a remote control, right?  Thankfully, Insignia is here to the rescue with their PS4 remote, a simple (and inexpensive) way to watch movies and more.  Come take a look.

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Editor's Choice: Matt's Top 10 Video Games of 2014

by paliontology from 12-23-2014

slide_character_one.jpgAs a gaming reviewer, I get to play a lot of different types of games. Sports, Puzzle, Adventure, you name it.  This year was viewed as a fairly weak one amongst a lot of my peers, but I didn't see it that way.  Despite the fact that, yes, there was a lot of disappointment, there were still a few diamonds in the rough, and some absolute gems too.  Here's my personal top 10 for the year 2014, starting with Bravely Default (Pictured) and going from there.

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Meet your destiny in Beyond: Two Souls

Meet your destiny in Beyond: Two Souls

Beyond: Two Souls is a cinematic gaming experience from the creators of Heavy Rain that uses the voice talents of Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe.

Game on, car lovers. Meet Gran Turismo 6.

Game on, car lovers. Meet Gran Turismo 6.

Designed for those who love cars, Gran Turismo 6 is the latest instalment in the best-selling SIM racing video game series.

Play The Last of Us, one of 2013’s top games

Play The Last of Us, one of 2013’s top games

Experience one of the best reviewed video games of 2013 with The Last of Us, a post-apocalyptic adventure exclusive to the PlayStation 3

Editor's Choice: Matt's Top 10 Video Games of 2014

by paliontology from 12-23-2014

slide_character_one.jpgAs a gaming reviewer, I get to play a lot of different types of games. Sports, Puzzle, Adventure, you name it.  This year was viewed as a fairly weak one amongst a lot of my peers, but I didn't see it that way.  Despite the fact that, yes, there was a lot of disappointment, there were still a few diamonds in the rough, and some absolute gems too.  Here's my personal top 10 for the year 2014, starting with Bravely Default (Pictured) and going from there.

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Why are the "Toys to Life" video games so popular?

by paliontology from 12-07-2014

FrozenInfinity.jpegYou might never have heard the term "Toys to Life" but it's the sub-category of the games your kids are asking you for: The Skylanders, the amiibo and the Disney Infinitys of the world. These games have taken flight over the last 3 years and have turned into a multi-billion dollar industry. In fact, the Skylanders franchise has moved so many games and figures over that period that it's now one of the most profitable video gaming franchises in history.  What's behind the appeal of these for not just kids, but adults too? Let's take a look at some of the possibilities.

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Explore the vibrant, papery world of Tearaway

Explore the vibrant, papery world of Tearaway

From the makers of LittleBigPlanet, Tearaway for PlayStation Vita takes you and a messenger on a journey across papery lands for a special delivery.

Killzone Mercenary

Killzone Mercenary

Killzone: Mercenary for PS Vita offers a whole new way to play in the Killzone Universe. This time you’re a gun for hire and it’s all about the money.

Review: LEGO Batman 3 goes outside Gotham City Limits into space!

by paliontology from 11-30-2014

Lego_Batman_3_-_Beyond_Gotham_cover.jpgLEGO Batman 2 was an interesting game to me.  It wasn't the most polished title, but featured some of my favorite things in the series yet.  The first LEGO Batman was the first of the line of games I 100%'d, and I definitely remember the summer I spent (having recently been laid off from my job) disposing of baddies in between my job search.  The third game is here now, and I was hoping for a lot of the same.  Does it deliver?  Let's take a look.

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A Guide to Gaming Console Backwards compatibility

by paliontology from 11-09-2014

AllCOnsoles.pngI'll never forget that time in Grade 4 when my friend asked his grandparents for a specific game for his Super Nintendo, and his grandma bought him the Nintendo version of the game instead. He was then told that he had to keep it so not to hurt his grandma's feelings. The story sticks with me because I'll often get asked questions from parents or grandparents about whether they can buy, say, NHL (current year) for PlayStation when the gamer has an Xbox. Or even whether that year's NHL for the Xbox 360 would just play on the Xbox One since it's cheaper to buy that one.  This is a pretty quick and easy guide to understanding backwards (and even cross-platform) compatibility between gaming consoles to hopefully help you decide which versions are the right ones, and which ones should be avoided when you're out buying for your gamer.

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Sackboy returns with new friends and new surprises in LittleBigPlanet 3!

by paliontology from 11-22-2014

LBP3Opener.jpgSackboy is back with a few new friends in LittleBigPlanet 3 for Sony PlayStation 3 and 4.  For PS4 users, this is Sackboy's first foray into 1080p, and what a huge foray this is.  In addition to the regular story mode and gameplay features, how is it that LBP 3 has over 9 million playable levels already?  Read on to find out more and learn about the game.

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A Guide to Gaming Console Backwards compatibility

by paliontology from 11-09-2014

AllCOnsoles.pngI'll never forget that time in Grade 4 when my friend asked his grandparents for a specific game for his Super Nintendo, and his grandma bought him the Nintendo version of the game instead. He was then told that he had to keep it so not to hurt his grandma's feelings. The story sticks with me because I'll often get asked questions from parents or grandparents about whether they can buy, say, NHL (current year) for PlayStation when the gamer has an Xbox. Or even whether that year's NHL for the Xbox 360 would just play on the Xbox One since it's cheaper to buy that one.  This is a pretty quick and easy guide to understanding backwards (and even cross-platform) compatibility between gaming consoles to hopefully help you decide which versions are the right ones, and which ones should be avoided when you're out buying for your gamer.

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