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While Bandai Namco are riding the popularity waves caused by Kazuya Mishima becoming the next fighter to appear in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, gamers have been wondering what happened to the Tekken X Street Fighter crossover, which was supposed to be a follow up of the PlayStation 3/ Xbox 360 brawler Street Fighter X Tekken which released way back in 2012, after all the project was never officially cancelled.Read On
Sony have confirmed the rumours swirling the closure of the digital storefronts is accurate. From the 2nd July you’ll no longer be able to purchase any digital games or DLC for the PlayStation 3 or the PSP. The PlayStation Vita’s shop will close on 27th August.Read On
We thought we were bad when the site didn’t get updated for 8 years. However, not one to be outdone, Sony have updated the PlayStation 3 with a new firmware update.Read On
Sony and Naughty Dog’s up and coming survival horror is creeping ever closer and while it is taking an eternity to get to the 7th May release date. However, to keep us going Sony have released information the special editions of the game. Cunningly they are named after the two protagonists – Joel and Ellie, and will be presented in a steelbook and canvas wrap with the face of the character related to the chosen edition.
Capcom have long dodged the subject of a HD version of Resident Evil Revelations on the 3DS despite numerous leaks and even an achievement list appearing online. They have finally caved and announced a console version will be coming in May.
Bethesda Studios have announced that after a long wait of nearly 18 months since the game was originally released, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be finally getting downloadable content for the PlayStation 3. Dragonborn, Hearthfire and Dawnguard will be seeing the light of day on Sony’s console after a year of issues regarding compatibility issues with the game.
The Devil May Cry “reboot” is getting tantalisingly close to consoles worldwide and Capcom keep lathering up the news to make the next 8 days go very slowly. They have announced that along with new screenshots that the Bloody Palace mode will be available to all players once the main campaign has finished.
Activision have today confirmed that the up and coming first person shooter based on the hit FX show of the same name will indeed be playable on Nintendo’s Wii U console. The game launching in March on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 is a prequel to the TV show and playing as Daryl Dixon with his brother Merle it is a battle for survival against the Walkers.
Do you Remember back in September we brought the news that CAPCOM are bringing a new IP to the market? No, well that is understandable as it has been quiet on the Remember Me front since. That was until today that is as we have the pleasure in bringing you a new video showing how this futuristic third person shooter is progressing.