Monthly Archive: October 2014

PlayStation Store Update – Costume Quest 2, Freedom Wars, Home

Zombie shooters, Halloween-themed RPGs, basketball and wrestling games, and portable online adventure titles round out this week’s interesting PS Store lineup.

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CoD: Advanced Warfare – Season Pass trailer promises epic content

If you plan on sticking with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for the long haul, then it may pay to buy into the season pass that Activision is launching for the game.

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Fluster Cluck review for PS4

The great thing about very low expectations is that it’s really easy to exceed them.

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Rockstar details exclusive GTA V content for returning players

As a reward for double-dipping, Rockstar Games has provided details on what kind of additional content that returning players can get their hands on. New screens and an FAQ too.

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Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved review for Xbox One

Music, magic, and fun…oh and it makes great use of the Kinect!

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PS4 2.00 coming later tonight, get a sneak peek right now

PlayStation 4 Software Version 2.00 is coming later tonight, and Sony has finally provided a full rundown on everything we’ll be able to do with it.

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Xbox One drops to $349 on November 2nd; bundles too

Microsoft really, really wants you to buy an Xbox One this Holiday season.

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Sunset Overdrive review for Xbox One

Sunset Overdrive is colorful, loud, and sometimes dumb, but it’s also an absolute blast to play.

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Project CARS’ Halloween nighttime racing trailer is a treat

Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have an early Halloween treat for everyone looking forward to Project CARS — a not all that spooky nighttime racing trailer.

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Hit the trail in The Witcher 3’s opening cinematic

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is coming early next year and CD PROJEKT RED is pretty damn excited to finally share the opening cinematic for the game.

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The Evil Within review for Xbox One, PS4

A new horror IP creeps its way into the new console generation, dragging its other foot behind in the past. Find out how that helps or hinders it in our review.

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Super Smash Bros. Wii U gets 8-player mode, Mewtwo, custom stage creator

In case you missed the big Nintendo Direct event last night… Nintendo had 50 new Super Smash Bros. Wii U facts to share — and a few of them were legitimately awesome.

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Invizimals: The Alliance review for PS Vita

AR-based frustration for the whole family!

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Dead or Alive 5 Last Round gets a date, new screens, free-to-download option

New stage details and pre-order bonus information (costume sets naturally) along with news of a free-to-download PS4 version and new screens.

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3D Realms officially returns, releases a 32 game anthology bundle

3D Realms apparently has risen from the dead and is kicking off their new lease on life with an impressive bundle of 32 classic PC games. There’s a trailer too.

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Nintendo Download Update – Bayonetta 2, Fantasy Life, Pokémon Art Academy

With several high profile Wii U and 3DS releases, there’s no shortage of great content landing on the Nintendo eShop today.

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HaloFest 2014 brings us a look at Halo 5, Halo: Nightfall and more

Join the Halo festivities with a look at Halo 5: Guardians, the premiere of Halo: Nightfall and more. New Halo: Nightfall trailer within.

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