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Square Enix is apparently working on a remake of Kingdom Hearts 2, known as 2.5. This is great news for fans of the series that wish to see a more complete game (there will be stuff pulled from the Nintendo 3DS version included). Check the screens out below.
Coming to the Playstation 3 this November, AquaPazza is a 2D side scrolling anime fighting game hitting on November 19th. The version we are getting in the United States will feature the current, up to date, game from Japanese arcades (currently at version 2.01).
Call of Duty: Ghosts has a new multiplayer expansion coming, tentatively known as “Squads” at the moment. First Person Shooter fans are already waiting for this title and marked their calendars (November 5th, 2013 currently).
Side scrolling action platformers are not that popular anymore with gamers (we remember when you couldn’t shake stick without hitting 10+ of them). Ethan- Meteor Hunter is doing it’s best to show gamers that there is a lot of value left in this genre.
Sherlock Holmes is probably familiar to most people that are reading this right now, either thanks to the many books, movies and television shows or from some other source. Gaming wise though, Sherlock has been AWOL for quite awhile, I only remember a few games myself (my first Holmes game being one on 3DO back [...]
It is not every day that we find out that a serial killer is loose on a digital playground. It has been brought to our attention here at Gaming on Sony that the Raincoat Killer is loose on Playstation Home.
Techland have released some new screens for their upcoming Playstation 3 hack and slash action title, Hell Raid (it is coming to PC and Xbox 360 too if you are interested). Featuring not only a story driven single player campaign, Hell Raid will also offer multiplayer modes with four players pitted against both enemies and [...]
I’ve trashed and re-written this review for Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut twice now, because it sucked (my writing, not the game). So instead of trying to be all hipster about dropping references to David Lynch and explaining the storyline, I’m just going to buck the standard reviewer trend and tell you exactly why you [...]