Daily Archives: February 23, 2013

Watch_Dogs Box Art Released

PlayStation 4 has been on the forefront of every gamers minds over the past week, for good or for bad Sony definitely left an impression. One game that did leave an impression amongst gamers from the unveiling, was the Ubisoft published/developed [...]
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New Details on inFAMOUS: Second Son

During Sony’s big conference last week, (besides the new PlayStation) there were quite a few surprises on the games’ front. A new (much more colorful this time around) entry in the Killzone franchise, entitled Killzone: Shadow Fall was revealed, [...]
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Prey 2 Countdown Site Has Been Updated… BY GHOSTS!

Prey 2′s vaporware ghost now haunts the internet. According to Joystiq, the countdown site, aliennoire.com, for Prey 2, which has only been rumored to be dead, has been updated. BUT NOT BY THE GAME’S PUBLISHER, BETHESDA, OR IT’S DEVELOPER, [...]
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Duke Nukem 1+2 Now on Sale on GOG.com!

My two most favorite classic platformer/shooter games of all time are now on sale at GOG.com!

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PlayStation 4 Games Will Be $60

Sony’s Jack Tretton has revealed that the price of games for the PlayStation 4 will be no more than $60/£40 as well as narrowing down the release window for the newly announced console.  

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PS4, Enticing Enough For A Year One Buy?

We all already know about the PS4 announcements, heck we practically were at the conference. From the new DualShock 4, to the “Share” feature, to the specs, to the “Eye”, to the no backwards compatibility, to the everything else! [...]
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Why Was The PlayStation Move At The PS4 Press Event?

So, raise your hand if you thought Media Molecule was actually showing off a game during Sony’s “Future of PlayStation” press event in New York? For those of you who just now realized they didn’t, don’t worry – pretty much everybody was a little [...]
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Tomb Raider – System Specs Revealed

Crystal Dynamics has released the system requirements for the PC version of their eagerly anticipated reboot, Tomb Raider.

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