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[PS4 Review] Alien: Isolation – Last Survivor DLC

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Back during the main release of Alien: Isolation, the Last Survivor DLC was only available if you Pre-Ordered The Ripley Edition, but it later became available for a price through PSN or as free content to season pass holders. I’ve already reviewed Alien: Isolation proper as well as the Crew Expendable DLC, so it’s time to review the Last Survivor DLC!

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Beyond: Two Souls Out On PlayStation 4 Tomorrow

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Quantic Dream is getting ready for the release of Beyond: Two Souls on PlayStation 4… and that release is tomorrow! The game is an improved version of the PS3 game, and if you decide to dive into this $29.99 digital release you’ll get a discount on Heavy Rain on PS4, which will be released on March 1st, 2016!

Here’s a list of what has been done with this PS4 release:

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PS3BlogCast Episode 185

In this episode the group talks about everything from Fallout 4 to Witcher 3 DLC. We also cover a few things that popped up in the news over the past week, such as the PS4 emulating the PS2, the Deus Ex delay, and what to do to access the new Bloodborne content.


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PlayStation 2 Emulation Is Making It’s Way To The PlayStation 4!

The Star Wars Battlefront PS4 console bundle includes much more than a special PS4 console and the Star Wars Battlefront game since it also includes 3 PS2 games and one SNES game running. Yes, you read that right, 3 PlayStation 2 and one SNES game are now part of the PS4 library. Super Star Wars (the SNES game) is available separately on the PSN store, but the PS2 games are only available in the bundle, and according to the Digital Foundry video below, they look and run way better than they did back when they were originally released.

Oh, and did I mention that all four games also include trophies? Yeah, that definitely got the attention of trophy hunters out there, right? Imagine being able to replay great games from the PS2 library and have them run better and look better while also having full trophy support?

Let us know what you think about this in the comments below!

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