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[PAX East 14] Valiant Hearts: The Great War Preview – Document

Posted April 18, 2014 by John Eustice

War never changes, but the art style sure does.

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Strider Review: Time Loop

Posted February 24, 2014 by John Eustice

“Tell me about this Strider.”

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Sony at IndieCade East: Highlighting Galak-Z, Sportfriends and One Year with Indies

Posted February 15, 2014 by John Eustice

Sony highlights their commitment to the Indie community

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Visually, games look great streamed to the Vita
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Hands On With PS Now: Cautious Optimism [CES 2014]

Posted January 10, 2014 by Dalibor Dimovski

Hands on with Sony’s upcoming streaming service in an environment not made for it.

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7th-Gen Reflections, 8th-Gen Impressions: Robyn, Rexly, and Ryan F.’s thoughts

Posted December 23, 2013 by Andrew Tennison

It’s like a big bowl of nostalgia soup, but with added futuristic flavors!

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Tales of Zestiria Announcement & Trailer – Confirmed For United States and Europe

Posted December 12, 2013 by John Eustice

The countdown clock on a Namco Bandai site is finally over and Tales of Zestiria is the name of the latest in the long-standing Japanese RPG series.

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Atlus explodes the Internet with Persona news: Persona 5, Persona 4 dancing games, P4U, and Persona Q

Posted November 24, 2013 by Dalibor Dimovski

Dance all night to demons in the shadows while wrestling!

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KickBeat Review: Fighting and Music Is Not As Great A Combo As It Seems

Posted November 9, 2013 by Rexly Penaflorida II

Zen Studios takes a break from pinball to kick some bad guys to the beat.

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