Author Archives: Anthony Scroggins

Beyond: Two Souls Release Date Announced Along With the Introduction of Willem DaFoe

It’s official: Quantic Dream’s upcoming PlayStation 3 exclusive Beyond: Two Souls will be released October 8th in North America (other territories not disclosed) thus clarifying the confusion surrounding David Cage’s enigmatic tech demo during Sony’s “Future of PlayStation” event in New York, February 20th. Also announced was About these ads

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Germinator Review: The Germaphobes Game of Choice

Platform: PlayStation 3 // PS Vita (TBA) Developer: Creat Studios Publisher: Creat Studios Genre: Puzzle/Strategy Platform Played: PS3 On the PlayStation Network you can find two basic types of games: full retail digital releases and games more akin to modern day versions of arcade classics. In developer Creat Studios’ PSN game Germinator, you’ll experience the […]
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Digital Pre-orders of Trials Evolution: Gold Edition Comes With Closed Beta Access

Ubisoft has announced that pre-ordering the digital version of Trials Evolution: Gold Edition will not only net you digital goodies, but also access to the closed beta they and RedLynx are organizing starting February 28th and continuing until March 14th. Ordering from either Steam or Uplay will give you the beta code, while the physical […]
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The New PlayStation Eye Uses Some Of The Same Technology As Kinect

In a respectful nod to Kinect’s unbelievable fiscal success, Sony has chosen to develop its own motion tracking device – the PlayStation Eye. Sony isn’t new to the concept of camera peripherals, with the PlayStation EyeToy dating back to 2003. Still, it’s undeniable the similarities between the Kinect and what we know and have seen […]
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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 perplexed too. “Does this belong with the PS4?”

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Conversations Across The Globe: How Memorable Is Ni no Kuni’s Narrative?

Ni no Kuni has been out for almost a month now and our editors have been itching to discuss the finer points about the game. We all agreed Studio Ghibli’s visuals are amazing and the score very impressive, but do we agree on everything? When does anyone agree on everything? Today we’ll be bringing the […]
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Conversations Across The Globe: Ni no Kuni’s Combat, Hit And Miss

Ni no Kuni has been out for almost a month now and our editors have been itching to discuss the finer points about the game. We all agreed Studio Ghibli’s visuals are amazing and the score very impressive, but do we agree on everything? When does anyone agree on everything? Today we’ll be bringing the […]
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Top 25 Final Fantasy Battles Of All Time

It’s hard to believe that just 25 years ago the first Final Fantasy game came out on the Super Famicon. Now, after 16 (by my count) numbered installations in the series and countless other spinoffs Square Enix has become synonymous with JRPG. I love the hundreds upon hundreds of hours of joy these games haven […]
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Top 25 Final Fantasy Boss Battles Of All Time – Part 3 and 4

Ten more awesome Final Fantasy bosses for your consumption, courtesy: Me. Looking for Part 1? Looking for Part 2? Let’s get this party started…

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Top 25 Final Fantasy Boss Battles Of All Time – Part 2

Today we continue our countdown and my ode to Square Enix and Final Fantasy. Looking for Part 1? And so it continues…

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Top 25 Final Fantasy Boss Battles Of All Time

Final Fantasy, it evokes countless hours of random encounters, incredible characters, some of the best soundtracks of all time and so much more. In December Square Enix celebrated the 25th anniversary of the very first installment. Right now they are offering great discounts on their games on PSN as a way to say thanks to […]
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Ni No Kuni Review, Refreshing Yet Familiar

Platform: PS3 /Genre: Japanese Role Playing Game Developer: Level 5 / Publisher: Namco Bandai It’s inevitable that developer Level 5’s Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch will be compared to other fabled Japanese Role-Playing franchises such as Pokemon and the Tales series; but after closing in on one hundred hours of playtime I’ve […]
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Dust 514 Beta Impressions

Want to read about more betas? Check out the God of War: Ascension beta impressions or take a gander at the possible specs for the PS4.

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How To Make Mass Effect Better: Part 2

We conclude our look into shaping the future of the Mass Effect franchise. The first part can be found here. The Devil Is In The Details As a gamer I find myself playing great games, to good games, and sometimes even underwhelming titles; and often I find that what separates the very good games and […]
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How To Make Mass Effect Better: Part 1

Don’t Hate The Player, Hate The Gameplay How much can one of the seminal Role Playing Game Franchises of the generation improve? More than you’d think. Many fans of the series will tell you Mass Effect is a heavily story-driven game, and I whole heartedly agree. The extensive lore, the expansive universe and diverse cast […]
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