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According to Sony’s online support page, they are shutting down the servers for MLB 14: The Show on June 18th 2015.
This is surprising considering that this is only last year’s version. Servers shutting down in sports games is not new, however there normally takes at least a couple of years before a company shuts them down. One has to wonder if with MLB 15: The Show about to come out on March 31st this is an attempt to push people over to the new game.
Are you guys affected by MLB 14: The Show shutting down, or have you not played it for a while? Let us know below!
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After being in development for 10 years, indie developer Brian Provinciano finally released Retro City Rampage, a retrotastic game that feels like a love letter to the games and culture of the 80s and 90s. With a rich mich of main and side missions, great humor and tight gameplay mechanics, Retro City Rampage managed to score high, earning a 95%.
Earlier last month, the Playstation Vita hit his third birthday! Many people thought that this game console was doomed from the start (it IS effectively performing less than the 3DS), but it still does have a huge game library spanning almost every game style!
This week, we wanted to do a Top 10 of what were our best RPGs for this console, since there are so much to play on the Vita! This is the first part of this Top 10, and next week will be the Top 5 RPGs!
Keep in mind that the individual scores of the few games we reviewed here does not necessarily correspond to the order of the games listed here. This list is ordered with our global appreciation of each RPG!
So, without further introduction, here is the first part of our Top 10 best RPGs!
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Ubisoft’s excellent RPG Child of Light is coming to retail on PS Vita. The game will be released on March 24 at retailers in North America, so be sure to reserve a copy before it’s too late because this will surely be available as a limited print run!