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Starhawk Singleplayer Campaign FREE for PS+ Members on Tuesday

On September 25th, we will have three ways to experience Starhawk on PSN. First, the full edition, available for $39.99. Second, the Starhawk: Multiplayer Edition, including all updates, available for $19.99. Last, is the Starhawk singleplayer campaign, free for PlayStation Plus members.
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War of the Monsters Released on PSN

Over a year ago, I talked about a game that I fell in love with during the golden age of PlayStation 2. That game was War of the Monsters. To my surprise, on the Official PlayStation Blog, it was revealed that the game has been released on the PlayStation Store as a PS2 Classic. If you’ve never played the game, you’ll be in for a treat. Could this mean we’ll see a true sequel some time in the future? One can only hope…

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[PS3 Review] Starhawk

The eagerly awaited sequel to Warhawk hit the shelves back in May of this year. Before I go on and give you the low down on Starhawk, let’s quickly recap on this series’ first outing on the PS3 as Warhawk.

Warhawk is as a fast-paced, arcade style online multiplayer title which wasn’t packed with a single player campaign. The single player campaign was cancelled during development, as there were concerns that it was inferior to the game’s multiplayer component.

Warhawk, similar to the Battlefield shooters, is based on a fictional war (between Eucadian and Chernovan armies). Basic principles of the game applied, you can either run around maniacally, shooting everything and everyone in your path or you could make use of the in-game vehicles at your disposal to wreak havoc on the maps.

The game was an instant success, and as a result of this, we now have the sequel – Starhawk.
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Starhawk out today! Great news!

Future map packs will be free for Star hawk! In a generation of gaming where you feel nickle and dimed to death just to get a piece of dlc that you felt should have been on the disc in the first place, this is how you launch a game and gain a fan base folks. The team had this to say:

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