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As the cost of living continues to increase for most people, it sometimes becomes hard to find a good deal on the games you want to play. That is where Sony has stepped in. My goal is to inform the n00bs, and seasoned vets alike, of the monthly discounts offered through their store in hopes that, you too, will see the benefits of being a Plus member.
Navigate treacherous terrain with well-timed teleports in Aaru's Awakening (Cross-buy PS4).
Framed for murder and given power, Corvo Attano seek revenge in Dishonored.
Come along for a ride on the beautiful puzzle game where you guide Nuna on a breath-taking adventure to save her village in Never Alone.
Tower of Guns (cross-buy PS3), a tower with guns....Need I say more?
The war against the Helghast from a mercenary’s perspective, sporting multiplayer access in Killzone: Mercenary.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Mike Petty)
Following up on last week’s appropriately enigmatic tease, French developer Quantic Dream — creative minds behind Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls — has confirmed that Indigo Prophecy Remastered is now available on PC, Mac, Linux and mobile platforms.
Otherwise known as Fahrenheit in Europe, the supernatural-themed thriller originally launched exclusively on PlayStation 2 back in 2005. Now, exactly a decade later, the twisting tale of Lucas Kane is back sporting revamped visuals along with full controller support for those who wish to pick up the rerelease on PC.
Co-developed alongside Aspyr Media, Indigo Prophecy Remastered has been described as the uncensored version, given that several love scenes remained on the cutting room floor when the narrative-driven title released in North America a decade ago. In fact, Quantic Dream has confirmed via the game’s Faq page that players will be able to switch between graphic modes seamlessly in the vein of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. »
- Michael Briers
If we’ve learned anything from the “Fast and Furious” movies, it’s that it’s perfectly Ok for sequels to get stupider so long as they also get more entertaining and more meticulously crafted.
There’s plenty of stupid on display in “Taken 3,” but otherwise this dispiriting action movie – somehow simultaneously fidgety and flaccid – exists only to give Liam Neeson one more chance to play the role that made him “Liam Neesons,” unlikely autumn-years action star. After seeing Neeson’s Bryan Mills lay waste to sex traffickers and the Albanian mafia in the two previous installments, the filmmakers »
- Alonso Duralde
Liam Neeson is no stranger to playing tough guys on the big screen, and in his latest film he gets to do it with his son. Not his real son, but Joel Kinnaman as his estranged son who suddenly becomes the target of a mob hit. And it looks like it’s all Neeson’s fault in the full trailer for “Run All Night.”
Once feared as The Gravedigger, Neeson was a hit man of some renown with a good friend in a local mob boss played by Ed Harris. Things go south when Harris’ son dies at Neeson’s hands, »
- Jason Hughes
The veteran action star will wreak vengeance on baddies and the box office starting Friday, say analysts, who see “Taken 3” rolling to around $30 million and unseating three-time champ “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” for distributor 20th Century Fox.
- Todd Cunningham
5 items from 2015
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