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Sony Explains Why PS2 Games On The PS4 Are So Expensive

12/21/2015, It wasn’t too long ago that Sony announced that the PlayStation 4 would be able to play PS2 games. No doubt this is good news for gamers looking to relive some classic games on their newer consoles, and also a good way for new gamers to be introduced to...

Rock Band 3 Songs Can Now Be Imported To Rock Band 4

12/17/2015, A couple of months ago, Harmonix announced that gamers would be able to import songs from Rock Band 3 to Rock Band 4. Given that there are probably a ton of songs that you’d love to replay from Rock Band 3, it makes sense that such a feature would be...

Workaround Allows Gamers To Redownload P.T. If They Deleted It

12/16/2015, Earlier this year Konami announced that they would be pulling the Silent Hills teaser game P.T. from the PlayStation Store. They claimed at that time that this was because it was simply a teaser and that its availability was meant to be limited, although...

Sony Taking Requests For PS2 Games For The PS4

12/16/2015, A couple of weeks ago, Sony officially revealed that they were bringing PS2 games onto the PS4. Obviously not every PS2 game has been ported, but a pretty decent list of games was announced with some classics thrown into the mix. However safe to say that...

Rise Of The Tomb Raider PC Release Listed For January

12/15/2015, Fans of the Tomb Raider series finally got their hands on a new title last month. The launch trailer for this title was released back in October prior to its arrival on November 10th, it was only released for consoles though, PC gamers have had to wait...

First Yakuza 6 Trailer Released

12/14/2015, It has been known for a while now that a new Yakuza game is in development, fans of the franchise will be excited to find out that Sega has released a new trailer today for its next Yakuza game. The franchise’s ever-present protagonist Kazuma Kiryu...

Sony’s PS4 Beats Out Xbox One In The US For November

12/11/2015, In terms of sales, Sony’s PlayStation 4 has largely dominated the market and based on reports in the past, they have consistently managed to beat out Microsoft’s Xbox One. However from time to time the Xbox One does pick up in terms of sales such as...

PS4 Gets Max Payne Ratings

12/08/2015, When one sees that Max Payne has already been rated for the PlayStation 4 by the ESRB, then this is certainly the strongest hint yet that it could jolly well be a title that has been aimed at being the upcoming PS2 release. After all, Max Payne is one of...

Hitman GO Coming To PS4 And PS Vita

12/07/2015, Square Enix’s Hitman franchise is a game that involves a lot of stealth. However with Hitman GO, the company attempted something different. For those who are unfamiliar with Hitman GO, the game was released a while ago and it’s basically like a board...

Hitman Beta For PC, PS4 Kicks Off February 2016

12/07/2015, Earlier this year, Square Enix and IO Interactive announced Hitman. This would be the latest title in the Hitman franchise and while it was originally slated for a release in December 2015, a later announcement revealed that the game was delayed by...

Original Final Fantasy VII Now Available On The PS4

12/07/2015, Just yesterday Square Enix released the gameplay trailer for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake for the PlayStation 4, and boy were we impressed and we have to say that we are very excited for it. At the same time we know that there are plenty of...

Sony Announces List Of PS2 Games That Can Be Purchased For The PS4

12/04/2015, Remember when Sony confirmed that PS2 games will be compatible with the PS4? The good news is that if you were looking forward to playing some classic PS2 games on your console, you might be pleased to learn that Sony has since officially announced the...

PS2 Backwards Compatibility On The PS4 Might Not Involve Discs

12/04/2015, As you might have heard a couple of weeks ago, Sony confirmed that PS2 games would be backwards compatible with the PlayStation 4. This will be done through emulation technology, and now thanks to a video (which has since been removed), it seems that...