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PS3BlogCast Episode 130

Welcome to another episode of the podcast, with this week being all about Gamescom. There were a lot of games shown and new trailers for ones already announced. I’m really interested and excited about Silent Hills, especially since del Toro didn’t get to finish the last game he was working on because of THQ’s financial issues.

What about you guys? What did you see from Gamescom that you’re most excited about? Let us know in the comments below!

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[Double Points] Free Points Saturday | Aug 16th

It’s been a while since our last FPS (Free Points Saturday), so I thought now would be a good time to bring it back!

The first 10 people to answer this question will be receive 300 points — and since we have a few giveaways incoming, you’ll definitely want to earn some points!

Good luck!

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PS3BlogCast Episode 129

Welcome to another episode of the podcast. This week Isli and I chat about some gaming news, our experience with The Swapper and we discuss Twitch streaming.

GamesCom is right around the corner and I hope we get to see some first party reveals for Sony. There is also a rumor about a new UI for the PS4 which looks interesting and I hope that all turns out to be true.

What are you hoping for at GamesCom? Or, if you’ve listened to this after, what did you see that you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below!

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[PS3/Vita Review] The Swapper

What if someone knew your mind better than you did?

The Swapper takes place in an isolated and atmospheric sci-fi world. Players wield an experimental device which allows them to create clones of themselves, swapping their entire consciousness into new bodies to overcome the challenges of the environment.

Think: Fiendishly designed puzzles with equally clever solutions that are never more than a few steps away.
Wonder: The art in The Swapper is constructed using clay models and everyday materials, which combine to create truly unique visuals in a detailed and atmospheric environment.
Discover: A powerful and thoughtful story, told through the games environment with narrative design from Tom Jubert, the writer behind hits like Driver: San Fransisco and Faster Than Light.

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