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No New PlayStation All Star Battle Royale DLC

It’s been long suspected however now it is confirmed. There will be no plans for any future DLC for PlayStation All Star Battle Royale. “Just–Tank” a community strategist for Santa Monica Studio’s confirmed in a message board post today.

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[PSN Review] Sound Shapes

Artistic platformer, please meet my friend the music mixer?

What is it?:
You’re a ball, with a tail of sorts, that rolls around and will occasionally find things to climb into/interact with.

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God of War: Ascension Multiplayer Beta Coming Soon; New Trailer

It was announced today that a multiplayer beta will be available soon for God of War: Ascension. As you may know, the God of War franchise has traditionally been a single player experience, but with the announcement of Ascension earlier this year, it was revealed that the title would also have a multiplayer component.

According to the Official Blog, it’s 4v4, with some co-op moments in the gameplay. You can create your warrior and show your allegiance to either Zeus, Ares, Poseidon or Hades; each god has its own special abilities for their warriors.

It’s an interesting looking multiplayer mode. Here’s hoping it delivers.

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E3 2012: God of War Ascension Gameplay

Oh how I have loved the God of War games. In my opinion, they are among the coolest of titles on PlayStation. Some might say that the series may be overstaying its welcome, but I say as long as the story’s good, and they keep the gameplay as fluid as it has always been, bring it!

At E3 this year, Sony showed off some very intense gameplay from the next title in the GOd of War series, Ascension, which still has the series’ signature fast-paced, bloody action and an assortment of mythological creatures (with this one showing off some new ones, including what is likely going to be a future boss fight sticking its tentacles where they don’t belong). Anyone else looking forward to this one?

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