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I used to love Sony. The Sony I fell in love with won me over from 10 years Nintendo loyalty. I lost my faith in the N64 within six months of launch: After I’d stripped Super Mario 64 and Mario Kart 64 of every last drop of entertainment they had to offer, and I couldn’t see much of interest in the near future besides Zelda, 18 months away. So I sold my N64 to a roommate and used the money to buy a PlayStation, a copy of Suikoden, and Tomb Raider. From that moment, the PlayStation never...
In the X-Play exclusive video you see below, we get a first-look at Rovio’s Bad Piggies. This sequel to Angry Birds tells the other side of the story, a story about courageous pigs beset by terrible, murderous birds. Where Angry Birds has players trying to knock down pig-built structures, Bad Piggies’ gameplay involves building. Construction, not destruction. You’ll use machinery — rotors, propellers, engines, etc.– and other materials to construct vehicles that propel...
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We play through the early sections of Falcom’s new action-RPG. Anyone who thinks that the PSP should be put to pasture may want to reconsider, as the system is still a-ticking over sales-wise in Japan. Ys creators Falcom are still sticking to the system before their official “move” to the Vita with Ys: Celceta Tree, and it goes to show with their latest action game Nayuta no Kiseki. And before you start comparing notes and seeing the lineage between this and past “no...
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There was a Volkswagen commercial long ago that made light of the fact that most mid-sized cars had done away with full-size spare tires. Two guys open up the trunk of the VW, stare lovingly, and express their surprise. Much the same reaction is expected when you realize that Unchained Blades is absolutely filled with spoken dialogue. Outside of A1, blockbuster franchise games, we didn Read More →