PlayStation 4 3.00 System Update Is Rolling Out Now

The latest PlayStation 4 3.00 Update codename Kenshin is rolling out now and it has a lot of changes, including the online storage which is boosted from 1Gb to 10Gb of online storage for the PlayStation Plus members.


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lus: We’ve made a dedicated section for PlayStation Plus, which you can access by clicking the big Plus icon on the top right corner of your PS4 home screen. Once there you can easily manage your membership, see the monthly free games to download, deals for PS Plus members, and all of the games you’ve redeemed through PS Plus on PS4.


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ed to or create a group, you’ll see the online status for friends, what games they are playing, and the option to message or chat in party all in one spot. When you add or create a new favorite group, they’ll appear in your Friends app under Favorite Groups for quick access. For example, you can see we have favorite groups for Call of Duty, Rocket League, and Destiny.

· Communities: PS4 users will have the ability to create communities based around shared interests, like games, genres, and more. Communities include a message board with general discussion, screenshots shared by players, and the ability to join parties/games.


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PlayStation Plus October 2015 Free Game Line-up



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ree games for October’s PlayStation Plus games starting on the 6th of October, and there will be new catalog for the Instant Game Collection.


via blog.us.playstation.com

This time it will be Double Fine’s Point-and-Click adventure Broken Age and the fast, fun, and enjoyable 2D platformer Super Meat Boy will be on the October line up.

Golden Abyss Isn’t Included in The Nathan Drake Collection

Uncharted’s Golden Abyss is a PlayStation Vita game that was also considered to be included in The Nathan Drake Collection. You can’t call it The Nathan Drake Collection without at least looking through Golden Abyss, as what the community strategist Arne Meyer pointed out.


via blog.eu.playstation.com

Mad Max Patch 3 for All Platforms Goes Live

Patch 3 for Mad Max is out, and it includes the “Vehicle Roll” option that lets you enable more realistic in-air physics.


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th graphics and audio along with a number of specific updates for those who are on a Windows 64-bit users.

Call of Duty Black Ops 3: No Single Player Campaign for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360



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ose who still have the old-gen consoles like PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 : an announcement popped out on the community blog saying that Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 will have no single-player campaign for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Meaning the game will only have the multiplayer and zombie mode. The post on the community blog explains, “The ambitious scope of the 1-4 player coop Campaign design of the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions could not be faithfully recreated on old generation hardware.”


via forbes.com

Kojima Reveals Junji Ito on Canceled Silent Hills

Silent Hill is a horror masterpiece whose its reboot was supposed to include the likes of Hideo Kojima, Guillermo Del Toro, Norman Reedus, and now Junji Ito, a master horror manga creator known for Uzumaki, Tomie, and Gyo.


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ills gained a lot of hype before the company pulled the plug on it, with a free-to-play teaser game called P.T., which yet suffered another cancellation. Knowing that Ito would have been involved in the game made it harder for fans to mourn.

Kojima confirmed it on his tweet when he was on a meeting with Ito.

Del Toro also praised the artist saying, “Kojima and myself are fans.”


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s/648117685608431616″>September 27, 2015

Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2016 Review Round up

Konami has released its latest PES 2016. Pro Evolution Soccer is already 20 years old and every year we have seen an update to the game whether it is graphical or a change in gameplay.


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released last September 18, and it features a number of changes to the game like advanced collision system, new physicality model, and a lot of tweaks to its Master League and myClub.

Check out what the critics have said about the game:


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to perfect since FIFA 12.

GameSpot – 9/10
Yet there’s little worth in assessing soccer sims by the weight of their game modes, or indeed, the breadth of their official licences.

God Is a Geek – 10/10
Sure, it doesn’t have all the licenses, but on the pitch, where it actually matters, PES 2016 is phenomenal. You’ll have a day off from playing it and forget, but then return and remember how truly special it feels to just play football. It’s the best football game I’ve played in as long as I can remember (and I’ve just about played them all), and an utterly essential purchase.


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FIFA 16 Reviews Round up



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for FIFA and this year’s FIFA 16 has seen some of the many changes and additions to the game experience. The game now includes in Draft mode for FUT, an overhauled passing system, and some tweaks to defending.


via lazygamer.net

Take a look below at what the critics say about FIFA 16:

SOMA Review Round Up

SOMA is a horror game set in a research facility deep underwater. It was developed under Amnesia and Frictional Games will launch it for PlayStation 4 and PC.


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Reviews have been popping up around the net and here’s what the critics have to say about the game:

PC Gamer — 80/100
“There’s all manner of horrific imagery down in those murky depths to be uncovered, and the story is unsettling. In this sense, it’s a great horror game. It affects you psychologically and emotionally–often in a subtle, understated way.”

GameSpot — 9/10
“I came in expecting something similar to Amnesia, just in a terrifying new location, but what I found is an intelligent game that forced me to think and contemplate ideas as only the best sci-fi is capable of doing.”

GameInformer — 8.5/10
“Video games have challenged us to unsympathetically blast apart deadly robots since their earliest days.”

GamesRadar — 3.5/5
“Most of SOMA’s strength is in its story and what happens to the people involved. This is a dark and deviant science fiction tale well worth a look thanks to some uncomfortable themes and concepts.”

IGN — 8.1/10
“SOMA is a sustained exploration of an original and thought-provoking idea. The concept of artificial intelligence has been explored by lots of science fiction, so it isn’t unique in that regard, but it makes particularly intelligent use of video game conventions to present those familiar ideas in new and surprising ways.”


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BioShock Collection Comes to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November

There is a leak by a South African retailer that has listed BioShock Collection for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. According to Raru, the collection will be released in November for the current-gen consoles, although there hasn’t yet been any confirmation of the release date.


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gt;BioShock Infinite along with related DLC’s. Raru was previously responsible for leaking other games ahead of their scheduled release, such as Splatoon Amiibo.

BioShock hasn’t seen any other development, and the game’s status has been unclear since February 2014 when its developer Irrational Games was shut down. Co-Founder Ken Levine revealed that he is starting a new endeavor for Irrational Games’ owner Take-Two Interactive. “I am winding down Irrational Games as you know it,” he also continued “I’ll be starting a smaller, more entrepreneurial endeavour at Take-Two.”

The project that Levine mentioned hasn’t been revealed yet but it was said that it will run on Epic Games Unreal Engine 4, featuring an inspired narrative of that’s somewhat like Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.

Levine continued, “Two years ago, I started thinking about how to build a system to let story be as variable as gameplay and still be awesome in the way story can be awesome. Could you have characters, conflicts, and dialogue that could end not in 100 states, not in 1,000, but in X to the Y states? Goodbye linear, hello geometric! And that’s the new big thing that my colleagues and I have been working on at our yet-unnamed new studio. In March, I gave a talk at the Game Developers Conference about some of our ideas. We called it ‘Narrative Legos.’ The goal is to make a flexible narrative that is broadly replayable and strongly adaptive to player choice.”


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