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Hideo Baba, the producer of the awesome Tales of series, just confirmed that the Gamecube game Tales of Symphonia and the Wii game Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of a new world will both be remastered in HD and released in a single collection package for the PS3!
The Japanese version will be released later this year, and an International version will follow in early 2014.
Check out the trailers after the jump!
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Posted by in The Last of Us on May 31st, 2013
As soon as the store is updated, The Last of Us Demo for God of War: Ascension owners will be available for download. Hit the jump for all the details!
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They will “have exclusive interviews with Naughty Dog, a live gameplay demo from the team and you’ll be able to take part in our live Q&A with not only the Naughty Dog team, but also Hollywood actress Ashley Johnson, the voice of Ellie.
For those of you who want to submit questions to the Naughty Dog team, you can do so by tweeting @PSAccess with the hashtag #TheLastofUsLive. Anyone who has their question selected will also win a fantastic goodie bag!”
I wasn’t sure whether it was as a joke or not at first, but it looks like one person with enough cash to spare could be getting what will be the most expensive special edition of a game ever (and probably will not be topped any time soon). Codemasters revealed today that they will be releasing one version of their GRiD 2: Mono Edition. What is included with this special edition?
- PlayStation 3 Console
- Specially packaged PlayStation 3 version of GRiD 2
- Branded racing suit and gear
- A factory tour of the BAC plant, where they make:
- A 170mph BAC Mono supercar (in GRiD 2 livery)
How much will this special edition set you back? $190,000 (£125,000). Like I said, it will only be available to one customer, and will also go into the record books as the most expensive, commercially available game as a special edition. So, anyone going to gather up the cash to get it?
Soul Sacrifice is arguably the best game I have ever played for the PlayStation Vita. This is Sony Computer Entertainment Japan’s answer to the popular “Monster Hunter” series. Keiji Inafune is well known for the Onimusha and MegaMan series that he created for Capcom. Now he’s back with this brand new IP for Sony.
Without giving anything away, the game is very mission based. You have your typical collect/find items and kill the boss type of scenarios. Instead of dinosaur type monsters, though, you wage battle with evil, demonic, trippy looking creatures. From Cerberus to a Harpy, even a possessed Rat. What’s impressive about this game is the character design and stages. The creatures that you fight are gloriously well drawn and animated. You gotta have some type of imagination to be able to think of these type of creatures. They do not look typical at all. A lot of reviews I read for this game just talk about the gameplay and multiplayer aspect, however there is more to it than that.