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Persona 5 Delayed to 2016

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Persona 5 is one of the most highly anticipated games in development, and for good reason: the series is absolutely fantastic. Ever since Persona 4 was released in 2008, fans have been waiting for the follow-up. Originally announced for release towards the end of 2015, developer ATLUS has announced that the game will instead be released in Japan and the Americas in ...

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Kingdom Hearts II.8 Announced at TGS 2015

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Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue (yes, that’s the real title) was revealed during Sony’s event at Tokyo Game Show 2015. This, of course, is the very first time that fans have been anxiously awaiting a Kingdom Hearts III announcement and, instead, got another HD collection since the release of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix launched in 2013. Oh, wait… Kingdom Hearts II.8 will ...

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The Last Guardian Confirmed At E3

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A few days ago, we wrote about how The Last Guardian could very well be exiting its prison cell in development hell this year at E3. Thankfully, it just so happens that we were right about that. The Last Guardian has been stuck in development for over 8 years now, and it was questionable whether or not it would ever ...

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Playstation Plus: Free Games for June

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Sony has revealed the official lineup of free games for Playstation Plus members for the month of June, and it’s looking to be pretty solid. The biggest hitter of the bunch comes in the form of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for Playstation 4. For players who may be new to the series or didn’t want to fork over ...

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A Sinking Ship: the Rise and Fall of SEGA

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SEGA was founded in 1940; in Honolulu, Hawaii. Originally calling themselves “Service Games,” the company at the time produced coin-operated slot machines. But it wasn’t until more than 40 years later that the soon-to-be monolith would really establish itself in the hearts and minds of many. With SEGA SG-1000 video game console and onwards, the famous and once-king of the video ...

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What happened to Motion Controls?

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Christmas 2006, my family and I crowded around the TV after the turkey had been picked clean and watched in amazement as my little brother flailed his arms around hitting tennis balls, and throwing bowling balls, he was having a temper tantrum because I had taken over his brand new Nintendo Wii. It was the first time me or any ...

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Spotify Under Pressure to Limit Free Access

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Popular music streaming service, Spotify, has built a reputation on the gargantuan library of music it provides users with in exchange only for their willingness to listen to the odd advertisement. Spotify also offers a premium service that eliminates advertisements and allows paid subscribers to download music to listen to offline. According to Digital Music News’s sources, however, the paradigm ...

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The Lawsuit Over Killzone’s Graphics Has Been Dismissed

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A joint lawsuit claiming that Sony falsely advertised Killzone Shadow Fall has been dismissed by the State of California. In particular, the accusation was directed at certain statements made about the game’s graphics. Sony said that both Killzone’s single-player and multiplayer modes ran in a native 1080p resolution, when in fact it is only the single-player that does so. Since release, ...

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