Terraria, the hit indie title on PC is finally coming to Playstation 3 (and Xbox 360 if you are so inclined to that console) next week on the 26th, a day ahead of Microsoft’s console release. For those that have been living under a rock, Terraria is a side scrolling, 2D action adventure title that […]
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Multiplayer, single screen, battles that get the blood pumping are what we want to see more of and Kalypso Media is obliging us with Dollar Dash. Featuring wild and wacky characters that are “similar” to more well known entertainment properties, players are tasked with just blowing the heck out of each other and scoring the highest […]
Capcom are on a roll lately with re-releasing their older titles on newer consoles (such as Virtual Console) and on the Sony (and Microsoft Xbox 360 side, if you really care), they are bringing out a set of arcade games from the heyday of arcade gaming, the 80′s. A time when companies were willing to […]
The Giana Sisters, a title that is almost as old as the Mario games, is scheduled to hit the Playstation Network (and other platforms but who cares?) in Spring 2013. For those that don’t know about the Giana Sisters games, they are squarely in the side scrolling action platforming realm of gaming.
Ubisoft has proven time and time again that they are a premiere publisher on all platforms. One title that Ubisoft hit paydirt with is the Rayman series, the reason for this look back. Specifically, the Playstation 2 version which was not all that different than the other versions made available, still has qualities that set […]
Demon’s Souls is finally available on the Playstation Network for Playstation 3 0wners to enjoy without having to let ave their homes and brave the wild untamed world of reality. Fight dragons, demons and other multi story tall creatures (thanks God of War and Shadows of Colossus) and try to survive the onslaught and save […]
Creat Studios are lowering some of their biggest titles prices by 50% for their Holiday sales on the Playstation Network. Full list below.
2D, or in this case 2.5D, gaming is a genre that seems to never been given much of a chance. During the 32-Bit era of the Playstation One and Sega Saturn (and even the Nintendo 64) it appeared that we were going to start getting these types of games regularly. Nope. Not quite. There are […]
I was a late 3D platformer blooming gamer, I didn’t jump on the bandwagon with Super Mario 64 five years earlier and I was quite happy having missed out on so many “me too” titles over the years on various platforms such as PSOne, Saturn and Dreamcast. I simply was not interested in wandering around […]