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This week on the PlayStation Store, January 27, 2015

Cool stuff is happening this week! We have the remastered return of a classic, a goofy JRPG, some intriguing indie stuff and even some AAA stuff from the creators of Dead Island. This week’s PlayStation Store update is pretty busy, and there’s enough variety for everyone to have something fun. Also, pre-orders for Evolve are live more »

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Ys: Memories of Celceta and the Pitfalls of Sleep Mode

I love the Ys series. I first picked up the PlayStation 2 version of The Ark of Napishtim on a whim, and later tore through The Oath in Felghana over the course of a few days. One can imagine my excitement when Memories of Celceta was announced for the Vita. Life has a habit of getting in the way, more »

I love when Danganronpa lies to me

Quick! Why do you like games? You’re reading Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel, so you do like games, right? But why do you? I’m sorry; I’ve tricked you. I already know why you like games. It’s the same reason virtually anyone likes games, myself included. Games are the only form of mass media that give viewers control over more »

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Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation Review: Sisterly Love

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2: Sisters Generation Price: System(s): PlayStation Vita Release Date: January 27, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Idea Factory (Compile Heart) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Fantasy Violence, Language, Partial Nudity, and Suggestive Themes Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2: Sisters Generation comes to the PlayStation Vita as a remake of the PlayStation 3 original. One of my colleagues has more »

Criminal Girls immediately encourages “motivation”

You all may be going on and on about HuniePop, and maybe even Girlish Grimoire Littlewitch Romanesque, but there’s another risque game you should have on your radar. It’s Criminal Girls: Invite Only, a game many are surprised NIS America took a risk on releasing outside of Japan. We here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel more »

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Review: Mash it out

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Price: $11.99 System(s): PC (Also on 360 and Vita) Release Date: January 23, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Degica (5pb/Mages) ESRB Rating: “Everyone” for Fantasy Violence and Suggestive Themes The world needs more arcade-style beat ‘em ups. Straight up. There’s just something about dashing down some grungy city streets, by yourself or especially more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, January 20, 2015

This week, things are a lot busier on the PlayStation Store front than they have been all month! First off, the digital marketplace is absolutely loaded with sales this week, with a huge range of stuff across the entire platform range of Sony’s PlayStation Store ecosystem. Secondly a bunch of new games are out, including more »

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Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition Review: Time Has Been Cruel to the King

Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition Price: $9.99 (currently fee with PlayStation Plus) System(s): PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita Release Date: March 20, 2013 Publisher (Developer): Devolver Digital (Abstraction Games) ESRB Rating: “Mature” for Intense Violence, Blood and Gore, Sexual Themes, Partial Nudity, Strong Language, Crude Humor. Like most teenagers in 1996, Duke Nukem 3D was a more »

$60 32GB Vita memory cards on Amazon

32GB Vita memory card is $60 on Amazon A Vita memory card can be expensive. Like, ridiculously so, compared to the comparably sized microSD cards. So when you see a deal, you jump on it and don’t think twice. You better be ready to hop to it today, because now is the time. has the more »

Vitas get Operation Abyss in April

Okay, Vita owners. Let’s see how our 2015 looks so far. Hm, not too bad at all, but you know what? Let’s stick Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy in there. We need some of that. Seriously though, 2015 is a great year for the Vita so far, with like 10 great games guaranteed between now more »

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Citizens of Earth doesn’t waste a player’s time

As you probably, hopefully, read a few hours ago, the Technology Tell Gaming Channel’s Citizens of Earth review went over all the reasons why Austin loved the game. It was pretty comprehensive, but it didn’t touch on one of the reasons why I loved the game. For me, Citizens of Earth was a delightful romp more »

Citizens of Earth Review: New man in charge

Citizens of Earth Price: $14.99 ($11.99 within week of release on Steam) System(s): Vita (Also available on PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DS, PC) Release Date: January 20, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Atlus (Eden Industries) ESRB Rating: “Everyone 10+” for Fantasy Violence, Tobacco Reference, and Simulated Gambling Atlus sure does have an eye for talent, doesn’t more »