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News Roundup - 04/22/2014

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News Roundup - 04/21/2014

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Now Loading for the week of April 21, 2014

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Things are slowing a bit this week but there are still a ton of new games to play. This week may lack the “big name” / “highly anticipated” titles that we have seen the last couple of weeks, but there are still plenty of new games to pick up. Personally, I am looking forward to the HD-remake of one of my favorite games of the last generation: Cel Damage. surely, the game was far from perfect, but I had a ton of fun with it when it originally launched and always hoped for a sequel, or at least an update.

This week’s lineup includes:

  • Cel Damage HD for PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4
  • Dark Souls II for PC
  • Defense Technica for PlayStation 3
  • Demon Gaze for PlayStation Vita
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch for PlayStation 4
  • Soul Calibur Lost Swords for PlayStation 3
  • Starlight Inception for PlayStation Vita
  • The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 1 for PlayStation Vita
  • Warface for Xbox 360

 


Weekend News Roundup - 04/20/2014

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NorCal Regionals are underway

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The twelfth edition of NorCal Regionals are here as we continue the road to EVO 2014.  This years tournament features six main games, including www.twitch.tv/ and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, a sponsored Divekick tournament, and close to a dozen "community games" such as Skullgirls and BlazBlue: Chronophantasma.  More info can be found over on Shoryuken.com, and the tournament can be watched on one of the three streams below depending on the time of day and what game you wish to watch (the page I linked to on Shoryuken has the schedule).

News Roundup - 04/17/2014

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News Roundup - 04/16/2014

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News Roundup - 04/14/2014

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Weekend News Roundup - 04/13/2014

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  • Chop, shoot, and burn stuff in Bound by Flame combat video
  • Soda Drinker Pro for the Xbox One announced at PAX East

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma gets a Vita release date

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If you're a fan of BlazBlue that's been enjoying BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma on the PS3 and are hoping to take it on the go this summer, a release date has finally been announced.  Releasing on June 24th 2014, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma for the PlayStation Vita will feature all of the playable characters from its PS3 counterpart as well as an additional story, an enhanced Abyss Mode, and a recap of the past installments, BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger and BlazBlue: Continuum Shift.


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Mercenary Kings coming to PlayStation Vita

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Tribute Games recently released their new sidescrolling action RPG game Mercenary Kings on Steam and PlayStation 4, and now it sounds like the game will be making its way to PlayStation Vita as well. In an interview at PAX East Tribute Games said a Vita version is in the works and will include Cross-Buy with the PS4 version. There was no word on when the Vita version will release, but if you have a PS4 and PS+ you can play the console version for free right now.

I think a Vita port is an obvious choice for Mercenary Kings, and the Cross-Buy makes it even better. I'm hoping for a Cross-Save as well but if the game is as good as I hope it is I won't mind playing again. 

Source: destructoid.com 

News Roundup - 04/10/2014

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News Roundup - 04/03/2014

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Thursday means it is time to check in with Joe Jewett down in the Brewery District to run down this week's biggest releases. We had to rush through things a bit today in order to cram in all three games that I wanted to talk about: MLB 14 The show, The Elder Scrolls Online, and Goat Simulator.

News Roundup - 04/02/2014

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Now Loading for the week of March 31, 2014

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This is definitely a week for PC gamers as one of the most anticipated MMORPG games in history is finally launching. No more Oblivion; no more Skyrim; the Elder Scrolls are now online! Alternatively, if questing isn’t your thing, you could always turn to life as a goat in Goat Simulator. Seriously, how do you pick between these two?

This week’s full list includes:


News Roundup - 04/01/2014

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News Roundup - 03/31/2014

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Mind = Blown

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High School Jeff would have been all about Mind Zero. While in the throes of puberty I watched more than my fair share of Toonami and devoured RPGs like Legend of Legaia and Final Fantasy VI like they were bottles of Mountain Dew. Mind Zero is about a group of high school students (as most animes are) that are bound to sentient weapons called MINDsSince they are on the lam, each character will have to learn to control their MIND to unleash brutal attacks to defend themselves from the government and other secret forces. Mind Zero will feature a lot of dungeon crawling and combat to help you level up your MINDs to unlock their unique abilities and discover their dark secrets.

Mind Zero will be available in North America for the Vita on May 27, 2014 for $39.99 digitally and through retail. It will be available in Europe on May 28th only as a digital download. For more information on Mind Zero, check out their website or the trailer below.


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PlayStation Plus April rewards include Mercenary Kings and Batman: Arkham City

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For members of the PlayStation Plus service each months reward announcement must be some kind of miniature celebration. Sony proves month after month that they have the best reward service around, and this month is no different. The star of this months line-up is the brand new indie game Mercenary Kings for the PS4, developed by Tribute Games. This game hasn't even released on PS4 yet, meaning that PS4 owners are pretty much getting a brand new game. PS3 owners will be able to download Batman: Arkham City, Stealth Inc. A Clone in the Dark, and Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse. Vita owners get Velocity Ultra and Pixeljunk Monsters Ultimate HD. If you own all three systems you will be getting six, count em six! games things month. 

I have yet to join the PS+ master race, but that free copy of Mercenary Kings is calling my name. I can't deny how good this service is becoming, so I guess its about time I join up. 

Source: blog.us.playstation.com