January's lineup gives gamers the gift of variety.
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- NEW DEV UPDATE FOR PSYCHONAUTS 2 HINTS AT PSYCHONAUTS HQ
- SYMMION’S ANTICIPATED GAMES OF 2017
- REQUIRED READING: POLYGON’S ORAL HISTORY OF FINAL FANTASY 7
- STARDEW VALLEY REVIEW // A PLAYABLE PARADISE
Naughty Dog kicked off this year's event to thundering applause.
A strong set of games from last month turns into an even stronger group for this coming month.
Possible, but not probable.
Yesterday, IGN and Gamespot both showed off-screen gameplay footage of Persona 5. This morning Atlus Japan hosted a Persona livestream where they showed this footage directly and there is a ton to dissect. They also released a trailer later in the day that you can find below.
What might just be the PlayStation Vita's last great exclusive is coming out sooner than we thought.
PlayStation Experience 2015 has finally begun, and APG employees Symmion Moore and Shelby Walles were able to free up some time and watch the keynote together live! Listen to the podcast below to hear their reactions to some of their favorite (or least favorite) moments from the PSX 2015 keynote. We also attempted to give the viewer a chance to sync with us at the beginning of the conference, just in case they'd like to watch along with us.
PS4, PS3, Vita, and PSP games all get a little lighter for your wallet this week.
We live in a world of retro throwbacks and reimaginings, but none have been more successful than the platformer revivals. Games like Mercenary Kings, Volgarr the Viking, Mega Man 9, and Super Meat Boy have captured the hearts of gamers worldwide. However, none of these have had quite the nostalgic appeal and same technical mastery as Shovel Knight. Yacht Club Games designed a nearly perfect replica of classic 8-bit games, taking inspiration from Mega Man, Ducktales, Castlevania, and several others. Shovel Knight encapsulates all there is to love about the classic 8-bit and 16-bit era with very little of the frustration.
Capcom's remaster of a remake has reached a sales milestone.
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