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Monthly Archive for December, 2014

PSN Connectivity No Longer “Intermittent” after Outage; Status Changed to “Heavy Network Traffic”

The PSN was hit hard during the holidays, and during the last few days the official status page indicated the connectivity as intermittent. At last things arent intermittent any more, according to Sony, that just changed the networks status.

PSN Connectivity No Longer “Intermittent” after Outage; Status Changed to “Heavy Network Traffic”

How Morality in Games Like Fable III and Mass Effect 3 Can Weigh Heavy on Players

Moral choices are a great and enjoyable thing, unless you consider yourself a worrier. Then, not so much.

How Morality in Games Like Fable III and Mass Effect 3 Can Weigh Heavy on Players

Review: National Zombie Park | Rely on Horror

Rely on Horror: “It is rare, but sometimes you see a game that proves, within minutes, that its not something you would seriously recommend to anyone. Maybe it has a great idea at the core, but the product that was crafted around that idea clearly does not live up to it. National Zombie Park, developed by Paper Games, is exactly that: a roguelike zombie survival game that falls short because it looks and plays so poorly that youd almost think it is in pre-alpha.”

Review: National Zombie Park | Rely on Horror

Top 5 Unfinished, But Wish They Were Games for 2015

Since the launch of Steams early access program in 2013 developers have made early access a way of business. Early access provides smaller development teams the funds they need to move a game from concept to reality, often times in stages. Some early access games never catch on and eventually die off, while others are thrust into the national spotlight.


Top 5 Unfinished, But Wish They Were Games for 2015

From Titanfall to Mass Effect 3: The Art of Balancing a Co-op Game

With so many games including co-op multiplayer these days, balance is more important than ever.

From Titanfall to Mass Effect 3: The Art of Balancing a Co-op Game

Kung Lao Confirmed for Mortal Kombat X

Fan-favorite Kung Lao will be bringing his killer hat to Mortal Kombat X.

Kung Lao Confirmed for Mortal Kombat X

Best of 2014: The years most memorable game trailers

GamesBeat: Our 12 game trailer picks of 2014 featuring goats, zombies, and some very different takes on war.

Best of 2014: The years most memorable game trailers

Dragon Age: Inquisition Review – The Digital Fix

BioWare had a lot of goodwill to recoup. Despite Dragon Age 2 delivering a solid continuation of the story set up in the much-loved original, it felt rushed. Overused environments, underwhelming visuals, an action-heavy combat system and a condensed game world all combined to cause consternation amongst fans. There was unrest in Thedas, and there was a lot of rebuilding to do. Thankfully, Dragon Age: Inquisition ably demonstrates that an astounding amount can be achieved in four years.

Dragon Age: Inquisition Review – The Digital Fix

Bayonetta 2 (used), PC releases of Final Fantasy 7, 8 and 13 discounted in new deals

New deals from Amazon include Bayonetta 2 (used) at $41.99 in addition to the PC releases of Final Fantasy VII ($5.99), Final Fantasy VIII ($5.99) and Final Fantasy XIII ($7.99).

Bayonetta 2 (used), PC releases of Final Fantasy 7, 8 and 13 discounted in new deals

PS4 20th Anniversary #4444 Will Be Raffled, While Auctions for The Grey Model Go for Over $1,000

While Sony is going to put the #00001 up for auction, theres another PS4 20th Anniversary edition that comes with a rather special number for collectors, and thats the #4444, considering the identity with the consoles name.

PS4 20th Anniversary #4444 Will Be Raffled, While Auctions for The Grey Model Go for Over $1,000