The prices keep going up, and the game stays the same. I have sadly come to terms with never owning these PS1 RPGs.
It looks like Castlevania. It plays like Castlevania. It sounds like Castlevnia. It must be Castlevania!
It's the show that never was, so it's also the one that had the best announcements! Let's run them down together!
If you ask someone to name their top ten favorite fighting games ever, Bloody Roar objectively isn't in that list. But it might be in the top twenty five? Top fifty maybe?
What were the very best games of the decade? Find out in the latest episode of Boss Rush!
Did you ever want to know what games the Kids Choice Awards nominated for Game of the Year? You did? Well you'll be sadly disappointed.
Sony announced the final lineup of titles for the forthcoming PlayStation classic retro console, and it was… unexpected? Many gamers will see the list (which you can see here) and find a few games they liked playing yesteryear, but will find many more glaring omissions from a console claiming to be a “classic”. Countless outlets have posted lists on the games they’d like to see in a PS1 Classic console, but I wanted to focus on more obsure games that could go in to a PS1 retro console. Here are 20 hidden gems/less common, but still excellent original PlayStation games I’d love to have seen on the PlayStation Classic. (more…)
While attending this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, I was able to stop by the Sony booth and get a hands-on demo with PlayStation Now, Sony’s online streaming service for the PlayStation line of products. Having just announced a new subscription service at the beginning of the show, the online streaming service is beginning to become more enticing for price of admission. Before I decide to plop down $20 a month for the service, I was able to demo the service’s capabilities at the show, as well as ask some questions to Jack Buser, the Senior Director of the PlayStation now brand. (more…)