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Warriors All-Stars coming west for PS4, PC on August 29 in North America, September 1 in Europe

Warriors All-Stars coming west for PS4, PC on August 29 in North America, September 1 in Europe Koei Tecmo drops PS Vita version for western release. Crossover action game Musou Stars is coming west as Warriors All-Stars for PlayStation 4 and PC on August 29 in North America and September 1 in Europe, publisher Koei Tecmo announced. Here’s an overview of the game, via Koei Tecmo: Warriors All-Stars features a wide selection of fan-favorite characters …

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NIS announces Iwaihime: Matsuri for PS4, PS Vita

NIS announces Iwaihime: Matsuri for PS4, PS Vita A port of the PC horror visual novel. The new Nippon Ichi Software title teased late last week is a Japanese-style horror visual novel from Higurashi When They Cry and Umineko When They Cry creator Ryukishi07 called Iwaihime: Matsuri for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals. Iwaihime: Matsuri is a port of the 2016-released PC game, which tells a sad and …

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Dragon Quest XI for PS4, 3DS launches July 29 in Japan

Dragon Quest XI for PS4, 3DS launches July 29 in Japan See the final box art, double pack, and more. Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time will launch for PlayStation 4 and 3DS on July 29 in Japan, Square Enix announced. The PlayStation 4 version will cost 8,980 yen and the 3DS version will cost 5,980 yen. Pre-orders for the PlayStation 4 digital version are now available at the Japanese PlayStation Store. Early …

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‘Nioh’ brings the Samurai Spirit to PS4 ‹ The Connector

‘Nioh’ brings the Samurai Spirit to PS4  11 Apr 2017   Posted by UML Connector “Nioh” began development in 2004 and was originally an adaption of “Oni,” an unfinished film script written by legendary Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa. (Courtesy of Koei Tecmo)Abram SpinneyConnector Contributor The year 2017 is looking to become a festive year in the world of gaming with an upcoming string of big titles such as the recently released Capcom’s “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” …

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The Sexy Brutale Review – Die Another Day (PS4)

Have you ever checked into a hotel and wondered if it would be the last time that anyone sees you alive? Normally, this would be due to a shady setting or a dilapidated building, but the net result is always the same: extreme paranoia. Now what if you were get the vibe that every single member of the staff was hell-bent on stopping your heart? If it were me, I would be checking out before they …

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PS4 tips and tricks 2017: The best hacks for your PlayStation 4

The PS4 is the best-selling console currently on the market right now. It’s beaten back the Wii U and Xbox One, and even the new and shiny Nintendo Switch can’t feasibly gain ground on the 50 million PS4 consoles sold since 2013. Just one look at the best PS4 games list shows how rich and diverse its lineup is, and even it’s nearly six-month-old PlayStation VR already has an excellent games catalogue. Aside from the …

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The Sexy Brutale Review – PS4

Reginald Sixpence knew his murderer, or at least he thought he did. Peering through the decorated keyhole of an adjoining room, I observed that his would-be killer was just out of sight, audibly threatening the older man with a menacing, though well-spoken tone before the loud crack of gunfire would see the elderly gentleman slumped to the floor in a pool of his own plasma. This wouldn’t be the last time that Reginald would die …

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PS4 Games News: The Last of Us Part 2 Update, Crash Bandicoot 4K, WipEout Omega Steelbook

Sony PS4 Games News today focuses on The Last of Us Part 2, Crash Bandicoot in 4K and WipEout Omega Naughty Dog has released some intriguing new updates on the state of The Last of Us Part 2. In an announcement that no one saw coming, Naughty Dog has revealed that Westworld’s Shannon Woodward (who played Elsie) will join the project in an as yet unspecificed role Ironically this isn’t the fist Westwold connection tied …

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Project Scorpio Could Help Microsoft Beat PS4 This Year

Users looking for a good console probably will have this question in mind: Xbox Project Scorpio or PS4? It’s not going to be easy for them to decide on one. Microsoft announced Xbox Scorpio last year at E3, and since then, there have been comparisons made between the Scorpio and PS4, with many claiming that both consoles are pretty much equal in the exclusive stakes. However, one NPD analyst thinks that the Xbox Scorpio could outrun …

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PS4 news: Call of Duty 2017 boost, PS4 VR announcement, No Man’s Sky update | Gaming | Entertainment

SONY PS4 news: Call of Duty 2017, PS4 VR and No Man’s Sky While there has been a lot of talk about the next addition in the COD franchise, a big PS4 boost is coming for the Call of Duty 2017 title currently available. Soon, players will have Call of Duty Infinite Warfare DLC 2 to play, along with the Zombies expansion mode included. Like past bundles, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare DLC 2 will …

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Xbox Project Scorpio vs. Nintendo Switch vs. PS4 Pro

Microsoft has finally revealed the specifications of this forthcoming Xbox Project Scorpio console, and the figures largely confirm that which has been floated by the analyst community previously. Delivering 6 Tflops of computing power, the Xbox Project Scorpio will be an immensely powerful machine. However, Sony and Nintendo already have a head start over at Microsoft, with the Switch and PS4 Pro already available. Can Microsoft catch up with its two rivals, and how does …

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LEGO CITY Undercover Review – Grand Theft LEGO (PS4)

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so Grand Theft Auto must be pretty flattered at this point. Numerous games have mimicked the same open world format made incredibly popular by Rockstar’s longstanding series. Not wanting to feel left out after taking on so many other properties, LEGO decided that it was their turn with LEGO CITY Undercover. The catch is that they decided this back in 2013, and it was only for the …

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Drawn to Death Review – Paper Thin (PS4)

When it comes to influential names in the gaming industry, one of the most unquestionably outspoken would have to be David Jaffe. His fertile mind gave birth to the likes of Twisted Metal and God of War, so it’s fair to say that he has plenty of clout when it comes to influential game design. When it was announced that his next release would be taking on the arena shooter genre, people were fairly intrigued. …

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NPD Says Xbox One Can Outsell PS4 in 2017

We have yet to see a full unveiling of Microsoft’s Project Scorpio but at least one analyst is already optimistic about the hardware’s launch in the US. NPD Group’s Mat Piscatella has told Games Industry that the buzz surrounding Scorpio has the potential to help Xbox One outsell PlayStation 4 in the country this year. I remain bullish on the Scorpio in the US market, particularly in the launch year. I think Scorpio has the potential …

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PS4 Games News: FOUR classic PlayStation 2 games are returning very soon

GETTY Several PS2 classics from the Jak and Daxter series is coming to PS4 later this year Sony PlayStation has announced that even more classic PS2 games are coming to the PS4 later this year. In total 4 games are getting an HD upgrade later this year and all 4 come from the same incredibly popular Naughty Dog series. Fans of Jak and Daxter will be pleased to know that Jak and Daxter: The …

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