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Final Fantasy VII Remake Is Now Being Developed In-House

by Nathan Gibsonon May 28, 2017
The highly anticipated remake of Final Fantasy VII has switched development teams and is now being worked on in-house by Square Enix. External studio CyberConnect2 Square Enix’s Naoki Hamaguchi explained how development had switched but didn’t go into details about why the decision had been made. However, earlier comments by people working at the publisher […]

A Pictorial Tour Of The Ultimate Video Game Museum

by Peter Paltridgeon October 31, 2016
The National Videogame Museum, located in Frisco, Texas, boasts this country’s most complete collection of rare artifacts from the 30-plus year history of video games. Ars Technica was given the grand tour, and what they came back with was spectacular. This may be the best museum I’ve ever seen! Below is a small sampling of […]

Interplay’s Library Of Characters Up For Sale

by Peter Paltridgeon September 8, 2016
In the 1990’s the company known as Interplay gave us a wide variety of characters on 16-bit and 32-bit consoles. Earthworm Jim, Clay Fighter, The Lost Vikings, and this: Now it’s all up for sale. Interplay is dropping the proverbial cow on the whole enterprise. You would be forgiven for thinking Interplay went out of […]

Overwatch Available To play For Free Next Weekend

by Nathan Gibsonon August 31, 2016
Those who haven’t played Blizzard’s intensely popular shooter yet will have their chance next weekend when the game will be available to download and play for no charge. Starting from September 9 and running to September 12, players can download the game and play it on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The only restriction […]

Worms W.M.D (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon August 31, 2016
Reviewing the latest Worms release can often be a tricky task. After all, Team17 has been creating games in this series for almost 20 years and despite all the significant changes they have made in the intervening years, such as forays into 3D, different worm classes and adding new water-based physics, most fans simply want […]

PlayStation VR Requires A Lot Of Space To Work

by Nathan Gibsonon July 30, 2016
Virtual reality looks set to be the future of gaming, however new details released by Sony about the PlayStation VR reveal that you’ll need plenty of space to let it work effectively. According to new documentation released by the company, the headset will require around 60 square feet of cleared space to work effectively- otherwise […]

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No Man’s Sky Developer Gets Death Threats After Delay

by Nathan Gibsonon May 29, 2016
The video game industry has been developing a rather unwanted reputation over the past few years as developers and members of the press have been attacked and abused by various groups online. This trend has continued, with one of the developers behind No Man’s Sky confirming on Twitter that he and other members of his […]

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Microsoft Is Ready For Cross-Network Play

by Todd Blackon April 9, 2016
Many games in the industry have a massive online presence. In fact, many games have mainly an online presence. And when certain titles are on multiple platforms, the desire to fight others on those platforms comes to mind. Unfortunately, very few games are capable of cross-network play. But, that is slowly changing. Over at Microsoft, […]

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Coming up in Gaming – March

by Nathan Gibsonon February 25, 2016
March is generally the time when publishers start to release high profile products again after the relative lulls of January and February. This March is no different, although there are few real blockbuster titles coming this year compared to others. Big Games Possibly the standout release in March is Tom Clancy’s The Division, an open […]

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Sony PlayStation Confirms Remote Play Coming to PC and Mac

by Jeffrey Harrison November 27, 2015
PlayStation 4 Remote Play Service is going to receive an expansion for both Windows PC and Mac. The PS4 Remote Play service from Sony allows players to stream PS4 gameplay to PS Vita across a home network, but soon it will be getting an upgrade to home computer systems. The announcement was made earlier today by […]

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The Nintendo Playstation Seen In Action

by Peter Paltridgeon November 8, 2015
One of the most pivotal moments in video game history happened in 1991 when Nintendo signed a deal with Sony to produce a hybrid console that ran cartridges and CDs, called the “Playstation.” Midway through the deal, Nintendo suddenly snubbed Sony and went with Phillips instead (and wound up never making the device anyway). Sony […]

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The Last of Us 2 Might Not Get Made After All

by Nathan Gibsonon September 23, 2015
Last week the internet went into overload when a video from Naughty Dog seemed to accidentally reveal that the developer was working on The Last of Us 2, a sequel to their highly successful zombie apocalypse action-adventure game that has been available on the PlayStation 3 since 2013. Fans have been clamoring for a new […]