Category Archives: PS3

‘Destiny’ Let’s Play [PS4] – The First 15 Minutes

Destiny has finally launched worldwide, the highly anticipated shooter from the creative minds at Bungie. With an online game of this magnitude our review will take some time before it is released, until then Analog Addiction will be showcasing our entire Destiny journey on our YouTube channel. Below is the first of our extensive Let’s [...]
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HD Remakes Will Kill The Gaming Industry

It is no secret that developers will re-release their games on future platforms in the hopes of making more money. If a company is able to identify an audience willing to give them money for a product, one that the company has the means to produce, and there is a significant likelihood of making a [...]
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‘The Swapper’ [PS4] – The First 15 Minutes

Last year Facepalm Games released The Swapper, one of the most atmospheric and thought provoking titles of 2013. Analog Addiction loved the original release and will be releasing a review of the PlayStation 4 release next week. Until then our PlayStation editor, Jamie Briggs, is here to share the first 15 minutes of The Swapper [...]
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Chaos Theory Games Interview Part 2: Choices, Choices

For those of you who may have forgotten, Analog Addiction recently interviewed Nico King, Artistic Director at Chaos Theory Games – an up and coming Australian game development studio. If you missed part 1 of the interview, or thought it was editorial gold and want to read it a again, you can find it here. Otherwise, read on [...]
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‘Inside My Radio’ Preview

The music rhythm genre has become more minute over the last few years, following the slow demise of Rockband and Guitar Hero. Multiplayer focused music experiences have taken a backseat for quality single player titles that utilise music to enhance their gameplay aesthetics, such as the impressive Sound Shapes and Bit. Trip. Seaven Studios, the [...]
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‘Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition’ Walkthrough – First 10 Minutes

Our editor-in-chief and PlayStation editor, Jamie Briggs, takes us through a narrated walkthrough of the first ten minutes in Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition for PlayStation 4. Stay tuned over the coming days for more Guacamelee! content on our YouTube channel, which will include more gameplay videos from this newly released title. You can also [...]
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AA Meeting Podcast Episode 66

AA Meeting Podcast Episode 66 (click here) The AA Meeting is your weekly destination for all the biggest gaming news of the week. This week The AA Meeting covers GRID Autosport, Valiant Hearts: The Great War; alongside Watch Dogs DLC, Escape Dead Island reveal,the latest Games with Gold and more. Got any questions for next [...]
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‘Battlefield Hardline’ PlayStation 4 Beta Gameplay

Throughout the last week EA and Visceral Games have been hosting the Battlefield Hardline Beta on PlayStation 4 and PC platforms. The Beta contains one map known as High Tension, alongside two modes – Heist and Blood Money. Our editors have been stealing as much money as possible in the new cops vs. robbers themed [...]
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E3 2014 – Press Conference Analysis

With the E3 Press Conferences well and truly over, hopefully you have had a chance to watch them all. Meanwhile, the Analog Addiction editors set to work analysing them. Here are our favourite, and least favourite parts of the conferences. Eric Pepper Favourite moment? The new footage shown for Forza Horizon 2 was absolutely phenomenal. [...]
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‘The Wolf Among Us’ Episode 4 Available Next Week

Telltale Games has announced The Wolf Among Us: Episode 4 – In Sheep’s Clothing will be available next week. Here are the launch dates: May 27 – PC, Mac, PlayStation 3 May 28 – Xbox 360 May 29 – iOS. A trailer for the episode has also been released. Be warned, there are spoilers. Analog [...]
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Australian Game Development: Proper Assistance Needed

The video game industry is quickly becoming one of the biggest entertainment industries in the world. Last year Grand Theft Auto V became the fastest entertainment product to surpass $1 billion in sales – it only took 3 days. Before that Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 held the title at 15 days. Video games have [...]
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‘Child of Light’ – Harnessing Your Childhood Memories

When we were children the world was an easier place, allowing us more time to enjoy the finer things in life. When I think of my childhood, I envision my time spent in front of the TV, basking in the array of magical whimsy that classic children’s films provided. It was a beautiful time, and [...]
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‘Child of Light’ – Gameplay Commentary

Today, your own Editor-in-Chief and PlayStation Editor, Jamie Briggs, is bringing you a brand-new gameplay commentary, this time featuring Ubisoft’s recently-released RPG, Child of Light. Child of Light is now available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and PC. Stay tuned to Analog Addiction for our future review. In [...]
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‘Dark Souls II’ – The Journey Through Drangleic

(Analog Addiction’s full Dark Souls II review) The Dark Souls franchise has always stood at the pinnacle of current hardcore gaming experiences. After hearing a mixture of players showcasing their fondness for the series – alongside many who were unable to enjoy the punishing characteristics developer From Software has created – I was weary to [...]
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Futurlab Interview: PlayStation Support, ‘Velocity 2X’ Details

Sony has shown an incredible amount of support towards the independent development community throughout the industry over the last few years. This has resulted in a plethora of quality titles appearing on the PlayStation hardware, from some of the very best independent studios in the industry. One of those studios is Futurlab, which has recently [...]
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