SEGA got in touch with us to share the trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X, a game they’ll be releasing in the Americas this fall! The game is coming to PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 so you’ll be …
I had a lot of fun reviewing Yakuza 5 on PlayStation 3, so I’ve definitely been following the saga of Yakuza 0 and it’s move from Japan to other territories. SEGA has now officially announced that the game is coming to North America and Europe in 2017, and I’m anxiously counting down the days! Something to consider is that while Yakuza 0 was released in Japan for PS3 and PS4, the game will only leave Japan in its PS4 itineration. On the bright side, it will be released digitally and physically, so that will surely make collector’s happy!
Creative Assembly and SEGA have included the toughest mode to their Alien Isolation Collection in the form of Survivor/Salvage mode. This mode includes five DLC maps with ten missions per map, and your primary objective is to survive all ten missions without dying. You need to think on your feet and plan your moves, but most importantly you have to be very stealthy – you never know who or what lurks around the corner.
After three long years of waiting, Yakuza 5 has finally been released in North America for PlayStation 3! Yes, it has been that long, but the wait was worth it. Right from the start you can tell that the switch to a new engine has really been great for the game – everything looks and feels more vibrant, more alive. Those of you that played Yakuza 4 are in for a treat since the story for Yakuza 5 picks up soon after the events of the previous game in the long-running series.
The wait is finally over! SEGA has finally released Yakuza 5 on PlayStation 5, so you better get ready for a new game in the long-running series. This is available in the Americas and Europe, and it’s a big one! You’ll need 50 GB of free space on your PS3 HDD to be able to download and install Yakuza 5, so make sure you’re set!
Check out the launch trailer below and let us know if you’re getting this awesome game!
Back during the main release of Alien: Isolation, the Last Survivor DLC was only available if you Pre-Ordered The Ripley Edition, but it later became available for a price through PSN or as free content to season pass holders. I’ve already reviewed Alien: Isolation proper as well as the Crew Expendable DLC, so it’s time to review the Last Survivor DLC!
After reviewing the main campaign for Alien: Isolation, it is now time to dive into the DLC content for the game! The Crew Expendable DLC was originally offered as a pre-order bonus for the Nostromo Edition of Alien: Isolation back in 2014, and it is based on key events from the Alien movie universe. Now Sega has released the complete collection that includes both Crew Expendable and The Last Survivor DLC missions. I will be reviewing the Last Survivor DLC soon, so be on the lookout for that!
Have you seen any of the Alien movies? Did you enjoy them as much as I did? Then Alien: Isolation – The Collection is right up your street! We got a review copy from SEGA for the whole collection, so we figured we should take this one step at a time, starting with a review of the main campaign of Alien: Isolation before doing reviews for the game’s DLC (that is included in Alien: Isolation – The Collection at no additional cost).