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22nd April 2014

07:42
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10 Open Worlds you must visit on PlayStation

Through video games players can travel without moving because it provides a catalyst for the imagination. Open world video games are especially good at this. PlayStation Access released a video about the top ten Open World games for PlayStation.

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22nd April 2014

07:02
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Final Fantasy 14 on PS4 is another string in Sony’s MMO bow

Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn kept Dave Cook occupied during his week off work, and he’s come back to the office impressed. In fact, he feels it’s yet another statement of intent for Sony’s MMO strategy on PS4. ”I’m convinced that this kind of game can exist happily on consoles and it shows that […]

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22nd April 2014

05:04
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Im Still Playin Final Fantasy XIV

IM PLAYIN continues its long running look at Final Fantasy XIV. "Im late to the FFXIV party given that I only started playing it when it landed on the PS4, but since it landed Ive thrown myself into it on a daily basis, reached a mighty level 37 (the level cap is currently level 50) and thought it was time for a little update on how the game plays. Short version: Its still as fun as it was back when I was level 5 and venturing outside for the first time to kill the first little furry thing I targeted. Read on if you want to find out why its still as exciting now as it was then."

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22nd April 2014

05:04
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Hamster and Nippon Ichi partner up to bring Arcade Archives to PS4

PSNStores.com: "The Japanese PlayStation Store has a treasure trove of quality retro games from the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and even non-PlayStation platforms like the TurboGrafx-16, under the Game Archives banner. Channeling that same idea, Hamster Corporation, and Nippon Ichi Software have partnered up to bring a new arcade collection to PlayStation 4 in Japan. The games will support online leaderboards, as well as PS4s various Share functions. Each of the twenty titles announced will cost 823yen."

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22nd April 2014

03:29
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Capcom to showcase “major game” for PS4 at E3 2014 – rumour

Resident Evil publisher Capcom has something major to show at E3 2014, according to rumours out of Japan. According to Japanese newspaper Sankei Shimbum, as translated on NeoGAF, Capcomis bringing “a major game of some sort for the PS4″ at E3 2014 in June. While this might be expected to be a localisation of Deep […]

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22nd April 2014

03:06
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TowerFall Ascension Review | High-Def Digest

Yes, there is immediate satisfaction in the mechanics. And yes, the many small variants will encourage continued play among enthusiastic groups of friends. The interplay just isn't as engaging as fighting games with disparate characters and a broader sense of variability.

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22nd April 2014

02:47
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Could Uncharted 4 be in trouble? Signs point to "yes"

Gamesradar- "Something's going down behind closed doors at Naughty Dog, and it doesn't bode well. It all started with the departure of Amy Hennig in March, who had been the writer and director of the Uncharted series; she's now working on an unannounced Star Wars project at Visceral Games. Later that month, Justin Richmond, the game director on the upcoming Uncharted game for PS4, left Naughty Dog for Riot Games. Today, we're hit with a one-two punch of troubling Naughty Dog news: Nate Wells, the lead artist on The Last of Us, is moving to indie developer Giant Sparrow, and the only known character…

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22nd April 2014

01:45
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Being Fired Without Cause

"PlayStation 4 update 1.7 to bring more game commentary tools, PS4 reaches seven million systems sold, and Halo and Destiny composer Martin ODonnel says he was fired from Bungie 'without cause'." - TheGamerAccess.com

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22nd April 2014

01:38
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PAX East 2014: Indie devs give Pixelitis their best elevator pitches

"Indie developers had three days at last week's PAX East 2014 to show off their games to the myriad of people swarming the show floor, but what if they only had 30 seconds to sell people on it? That's precisely what Karen, Andrew and I set out to do when scoping out the Indie Megabooth for new games to check out. In our latest video, we put indie developers to the test in providing elevator pitches for their upcoming games in 30 seconds or less. Supergiant Games, Klei Entertainment, 17-BIT, Vlambeer, Brace Yourself Games, Discord Games, Yacht Club Games, Iridium Studios and Loveshack took our…

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