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Preview: Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One

Thanks to the wonderful folks at PS3Blog.net in association with Insomniac Games, I won beta access to Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One, which is slated for public release on October 18, 2011. The conceit of this title is that it is a cooperative multiplayer-driven experience, unlike the previous R&C titles. Want to learn more about how this plays out? More after the jump!

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PixelJunk Sidescroller

PixelJunk released a trailer for their upcoming title, PixelJunk Sidescroller. This might be better titled “PJ Shooter with all-new CRT TV effects.” See the trailer below.

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So I hear you like Comic Con Cosplay…

Over at the live chat I realized that a lot of our members like to browse the occasional Cosplay gallery here and there once SDCC starts so why not give them a link to the gallery to end all galleries? You’ll have lots of fun seeing some veeeeeeeery good cosplay and some bad, bad efforts as SDCC starts to slow down until the innevitable “everything must go as it’s more expensive for us to take our stock back with us!” sales.

You’re welcome!

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Skyrim: An E3 Preview and Analysis

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Hello Fellow PS3 Blog Users.

Some of you may know the Elder Scrolls series is a first person roleplaying game that, so far, contains 4 games. Elder Scrolls: Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, and Oblivion. For all of us people who love the Elder Scrolls, we jumped with joy at the announcement of the 5th game, Skyrim, and all the new features it’s going to bring!

During this year’s E3, Bethesda Softworks told us that Skyrim was going to be released 11/11/11. Weird date they picked, but they they showed us what the game would look like and how it played, and I was about to die from the way the new game has evolved from the previous titles of the series. I am in shock by the way they game graphics, attack system, and general movement animations have shot up since Oblivion.

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