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Emma Paquette

Emma is an aspiring something-or-other with a love for video games fostered since childhood. She is more prone to rage-quits than she would like to admit. In her spare time, she runs her own blog and writes creatively.

Bloodborne Gives a Glimpse of Its Incredible Music

Bloodborne game

In a video featured on both IGN First and the PlayStation Blog, From Software and Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios gave a three minute peek into the making of the music of Bloodborne. The sweeping orchestral score is as eerie and bone-chilling as promised. In his post alongside the video, Chuck Doud, Director of Music at SCE WWS, emphasized that their ...

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Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires Showcases Its Weapons in New Trailers

Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires

Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires is nearing its release date now, and Koei Tecmo is continuing to give glimpses into the gameplay and mechanics. The latest update comes in the form of several weapons trailers. The full list of weapons featured in the game was released a few days ago alongside the opening cinematic and more screenshots, but these new trailers demonstrate ...

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XSEED Gives Story of Seasons an Official Release Date

Harvest Moon Story of Seasons

Story of Seasons is coming to North America very soon. As Gematsu reports, XSEED announced a final release date of March 31 for the farming and life simulator for the 3DS. Pre-orders of the game at participating retailers will be packaged with an Angora rabbit pocket plushie as well. Story of Seasons is a port of Tsunagaru Shin Tenchi, the latest installment ...

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Sonic Boom Is a Sonic Bust for Sega

Sonic Boom Sega

The blue speedster hedgehog passed his prime a long time ago, but Sonic the Hedgehog has hit a new low as sales numbers for Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric and Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal have failed to even sell 500k units between them. Eurogamer reported that the two games only hit 490,000 copies sold since their releases back in November of ...

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Insomniac Announces Plans for Ratchet and Clank on PS4

Ratchet and Clank PS4

A while back, at Sony’s E3 conference in 2014, a mention of the classic duo of Ratchet and Clank being revived for the PlayStation 4 was made when footage of their upcoming movie was shown.  However, nothing was specific and there was only radio silence for the past few months on the possible reboot. Today, however, Insomniac Games has announced their intention ...

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Gearbox Releases First Story Trailer for Homeworld Remastered

Homeworld Remastered game

Homeworld is one of the classics of the real-time strategy genre, so it was expected that many were excited by the recent announcement of the remastered edition by Gearbox Software at PAX South. Today, the development team released the first story trailer for Homeworld Remastered that provided a refresher of the basic premise of the two games and additionally highlighting the improvements that ...

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Resogun Defenders Arrives Next Week

Resogun Defenders

The second expansion for Housemarque’s shoot-em-up Resogun will be released next week. Over on the PlayStation Blog, Ian Pickles from XPEC Studio Europe gave an in-depth explanation of what will be coming in the update. In addition to the soon-to-be-released Defenders, Housemarque’s last content update for the game, Resogun Challengers, is being made available to all players today for no ...

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Length of The Order: 1886 Depends on Player Ability

The Order: 1886 Game

Dana Jan, director of Ready at Dawn’s newest title The Order: 1886, recently sat down with Blogocio to give some insight into the upcoming action shooter game. Jan took the opportunity to dispel any rumors that the game is only five hours long. He stressed that the length of the game would depend on the player’s ability and familiarity with ...

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Asteroids Rebooted as an Online Survival Game


Atari has announced the development and upcoming release of Asteroids: Outpost. Yes, this is being labeled as a reboot of the classic 1979 arcade space shooter by Atari, but it’s looking almost nothing like the original. Instead of updating the classic game mode, this revival will be a sandbox style, open world, survival game. Players are cast as a miner in outer space ...

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Hellblade Will Have Tactical Combat, Extensive Exploration

Hellblade Game

Not much is yet known about Ninja Theory’s latest project Hellblade. Most information comes from a dev diary released last month covering environments, enemy design, and combat. Even after the recent staff departures at Ninja Theory, however, it can be said that work on Hellblade is still moving steadily along. A closer look at the game was released today through an ...

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