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25th April 2014

16:17
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Sony’s Shahid Kamal Ahmad wishes he could tell you what he just saw, new Mad Max trailer reveals 2015 release date, and Last Of Us DLC – daily PlayStation news round up

Shahid Kamal Ahmad, you big tease. The Sony senior business development manager isn't letting on what he saw today, but he assures you it was "so good. Such a privilege". That, plus a new trailer for Mad Max and a 2015 release date, topped off with a slice of DLC for The Last of Us due May 7th, and you're all caught up on the day's developments in the world of PlayStation.

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25th April 2014

16:09
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Kickstarter Exclusives: Source and Twisted Fusion

We at Super Clash have been backing projects since Kickstarters infancy. We decided to look into more projects this week and found a couple we were pretty excited about. They are Source and Twisted Fusion. Source is a next-gen game coming on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Twisted Fusion is a Wii U exclusive side-scrolling platformer that features a water gun wielding protagonist by the name of Cora

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25th April 2014

16:09
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Thursday Throwdown: Are Cross-Gen Ports Lazy Or Just Good Business?

"Cross-generation games have been available from the jump on PlayStation 4, starting innocently enough with cross-buy enabled PS4 versions of Flower, Flow, and Sound Shapes. Its also a trend that has extended to more traditional retail titles, with Tomb Raider getting its Definitive Edition in January and The Last of Us poised to make the leap in the summer. While we touched on whether or not The Last of Us specifically was worth another $60, this week were looking at the trend as a whole from the smallest games on PSN to last years biggest blockbusters, how do you feel about cross-generation…

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25th April 2014

16:09
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Why Styx: Master of Shadows is Worth Watching

Sean Halliday of Pixel Gate writes: ''The stealth genre is making somewhat of a comeback, albeit a rather quiet comeback (no pun intended). The likes of Thief and Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeros have added to a very small library of recent stealth games. Its not that the fan base is no longer there, its just that stealth games rarely seem to make it to release. Thankfully a new stealth game is on the waya fresh new game with no ties to past franchises.''

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25th April 2014

16:09
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The Big Games of 2014 - Part One

With 2014 now well under way especially in the world of games because thats the only one that matters, right? It can be hard to keep a track on all the goodness still to come. In a two part video feature, Expansive will be covering some of the AAA titles hitting the shelves in 2014.

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25th April 2014

16:02
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Changing the 16-bit RPG landscape with Pixel Noir | TwoDashStash

Its no secret that PAX East was an overwhelming experience filled with games, news, and off-the-wall antics. The show floor is filled with so many games that it can be difficult to really stand-out among the competition. While I was running around from booth-to-booth trying to get my hands on as many games as possible, there is one I kept running by that caught my attention. Pixel Noir may, on the surface, look like your traditional 16-bit; but once you take a moment to really look at it, you realize that there is much more to this game than what meets the eye.

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25th April 2014

16:02
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Octodad: Dadliest Catch Review PS4

Rich Drummond of Richie D Rants writes: "Wacky, zany, funny. These are all things that perfectly describe what the folks at Young Horses Inc. Have brought to the table with Octodad: Dadliest Catch. As a gamer who loves humor in the games he plays, Octodad does everything I expected and more. Click the video below to see the full review and my complete thoughts on this game!"

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25th April 2014

15:00
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DICE claims to have fixed Battlefield 4 - but an apology might be nice

Dealspwn writes: "EA and DICE have repeatedly come under fire for their communication over the last few months, notably due to the matter-of-fact marketing spiel that makes each new fix (and subsequent new problems generated by each patch) sound like a favour to a few isolated people undertaken out of the goodness of their hearts to appease a tiny moaning minority. Rather than a penitent attempt to fix a game that was, for all intents and purposes, broken and not fit for task despite a premium price tag. "While the process took longer than we wouldve liked, we wanted to be 100% sure it was done…

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