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Download the Adachi, Marie, and Eliza free DLC today

What’s today? Why, September 30, 2014 is fighting game free DLC day! At least, it is for PlayStation console owners. Gather round, kiddies, because everyone needs to call dibs on some and Skullgirls Encore content. All three of these free DLC characters are only available for nothing briefly. It’s up to all of you to more »

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Review: It’s all about versus

Title: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Price: System(s): PS3 (Also available on Xbox 360, PC) Release Date: September 16, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Bandai Namco (CyberConnect 2) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Mild Blood, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, and Violence We’re nearing the end of an era. The Naruto storyline is drawing to a close. Which more »

Ar nosurge needed Ciel nosurge

Even though they’ve always offered a healthy helping of fanservice, I’ve always been a big fan of Gust’s Ar tonelico. I loved getting lost in the lore, and it was always intriguing to get peeks into the lives of the Reyvateils that would save the world. When Ar nosurge , I rejoiced. Given what happened more »

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Pier Solar and the Great Architects is a day away

We’ve got another Kickstarter success story on our hands. If you helped back Pier Solar HD, the console and PC port of the Pier Solar and the Great Architects , you can expect to feast on the fruits soon. The first copies of the game are coming out on September 30, 2014. The PS3 and more »

Arcana Heart 3: LOVE MAX!!!!! Review: The minimum maximum

Arcana Heart 3: LOVE MAX!!!!! Price: $39.99 System(s): PS3, Vita Release Date: September 23, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Aksys Games (Examu) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Alcohol Reference, Language, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes and Violence The Arcana Heart series has a bit of a troubled history. The all-female, anime-style fighter (developed by Examu and published by Arc System more »

PlayStation Home shutting down March 31, 2015

The end is nigh. People who loved the Sony equivalent of Second Life are, well, probably going to have to move on to Second Life. PlayStation Home now has an expiration date. The news of PlayStation Home’s impending demise isn’t surprising. While it was an open, welcoming community, Sony never really seemed to figure out more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, September 24, 2014

Horror, JRPGs, sports, tower defense—the PlayStation Store has a little bit of everything available on the digital marketplace this week. Borderlands 2 and Assassin’s Creed are having a blow-out sale on the main game and DLCs, so if you’re looking to catch up on either series before their respective pre-sequels and sequels are released, now’s more »

Rebuild of Evangelion in Tales of Zestiria makes no sense, but still rocks

It may seem a bit early to start getting excited about Tales of Zestiria, the next installment in Bandai Namco’s Tales series. I mean, the game isn’t going to be released . The thing is, its collaboration with the Rebuild of Evangelion is too good to wait. We need to start getting excited about this more »

PrimeGuard is World First in Destiny’s Vault of Glass

PrimeGuard took the “World First” title on Destiny’s Vault of Glass raid in 10 hours and 40 minutes. The team’s Twitter, @PrimeGuardHQ, proudly celebrated the hard-fought victory, then followed up with team pictures and retweeted congratulations. Bungie even posted the PrimeGuard’s stats from the Vault of Glass Raid. The results read like a Dark Souls more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, September 16, 2014

The PlayStation Store has come back online from the slim pickings it offered last week. But then again last week we got the blockbuster Destiny released with polarized reviews from critics that I haven’t seen since Beyond: Two Souls launched. The games this week are hit or miss, depending on your preference. PlayStation 4 Air more »

Destiny and the “Hamster Wheel Blues”

It is possible to kill yourself at The Tower, the hubworld in Bungie’s new video game, . All other types of violence are prohibited in The Tower, the game restricting the controls so the gun you’ve been blasting away with stays firmly affixed to your back, the fists you’ve used to pummel hundreds of enemies more »

What will happen to Minecraft’s Minecon?

A lot of questions about Microsoft’s Minecraft acquisition answered today. We know it’s still going to be on PC, mobile, and PlayStation devices, despite Microsoft owning the developer and game. Markus “Notch” Persson has said he’s out, now that Microsoft is taking everything over. Plus, the price tag was revealed to be a whopping $2.5 more »