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EdEN is the Owner (along with Ceidz), PR and Editor-In-Chief of His love for video games started many generations ago back when Pong home machines were a thing, and each of the posts he writes shows his passion. He's a senior writer, with over 3,000 posts including a ton of game reviews.

Posts By EdEN

Have PSN questions? Sony has PSN answers

December 17, 2010 |

If you’d kindly click on the link it will take you to the Playstation.Blog where there is a long Q&A posted in regards to PSN and the services, content, etc., that is available for all of you. Interesting how they … Read More

Official Review: Funky Lab Rat

December 10, 2010 | | 6 Comments

Hydravision has released Funky Lad Rat exclusively on the PSN both in Europe and the US, a very special game in time for the Christmas rush. The story for the game is simple: a lab rat breaks a container thus having access to some miraculous pills which allows said rat to grow super smart while, at the same time, gaining power over time and space in a funky way… or at least that’s  what I got after watching the starting cut-scene. This is a physics-based puzzle game, and we all know that a good puzzle game does NOT need a storyline. And a good puzzle game this is.

Here’s the trailer so you can better understand what I’ll be talking about:

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Review Rewind: Devil May Cry 4

November 29, 2010 | | 7 Comments

Welcome to a new feature for As many of you know, I’ve only owned a PS3 for a year (bought a slim console in November 2009) and thus, I had a list of several games I wanted to try for myself since I was a late owner and it’s been a while since Sony’s latest console materialized at retailers. This got me thinking about how there might be others that have either bought their PS3 in the last year or could have even just obtained theirs a couple of days ago, and that they might find this site (along with and make it one of their “go to” destinations for everything PS3 related.

They won’t only need to know about the latest releases for their new console, as they would also  like to get an idea about what games they should add to their collection… as well as what games to only rent and/or avoid. It’s with that in mind that I realized that by adding reviews for older games we could better provide them with an “experience” that caters to most of their information needs.

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Double XP Weekend for Red Dead Redemption!

November 25, 2010 |

For all those RDR gamers that love stuffing turkey down their throats thanks to some smooth gravy, Rockstar has announced that starting today and until sunday, november 28, you can get double the normal amount of experience when engaging in … Read More

This is What You’ll Get With Your Expensive GT5 Edition (And Live in Europe)

November 22, 2010 | | 2 Comments

A new video has popped up with an unboxing of the Exclusive, Collector’s, Expensive, What-not Edition of GT5 for your enjoyment. Just follow the link to be very jealous of those on the other side of the pond.

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Third Party Developed Move Options

November 22, 2010 | | 6 Comments

Soon we’ll have the first third party-created Move and Navigation controllers, as well as a new PS3 Eye (called Snake Eye which, on name alone, deserves a purchase).  Snakebyte, a German company, will start selling several configurations bundles starting … Read More

Prince of Persia Games To Release Separately on PSN

November 16, 2010 | | 2 Comments

It seems that while Europe will get a proper Bluray disc release of the original Prince of Persia Trilogy in 720p and with added 3D effects, we over here have to make do with separate PSN releases of each of … Read More

Great Atlus Sale Starting on November 16 on PSN Store!

November 16, 2010 |

For all the Atlus fans here, great news is about to be read by thee: Atlus has announced at the Playstation.Blog that they’ll be having an incredible sale on one PSN game and a bunch of PSP games available in … Read More