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Eat Sleep Play hit by layoffs, David Jaffe leaving company

In a bit of bad yet strange news, Eat Sleep Play have laid off eight employees just a week before Twisted Metal is to hit store shelves. The studio still has 26 employees and will shift its focus its attention … Continue reading

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Sony announces LittleBigPlanet Cart Racing

According to a tweet from Canadian online retailer FutureShop, Sony announced the existence of LittleBigPlanet Cart Racing at their Destination PlayStation media event in Scottsdale, Arizona today. No official word has come down from Sony regarding the title just yet. … Continue reading

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No UMD Passport program for PS Vita in North America

According to Kotaku, Sony won’t be reciprocating the Japanese UMD Passport program for the PS Vita here in North America. For those out of the loop, the program allows for players to register their PSP UMDs through the PlayStation Network … Continue reading

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Six PS2 Classics that need to be on PSN (because they won’t get HD remakes)

The library of great PlayStation 2 games is pretty substantial, isn’t it? No matter what your taste, the system had a wide array of titles to tickle your fancy. That doesn’t mean that they all sold terribly well, and it … Continue reading

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Metro: Last Light slips into 2013

The sequel to THQ’s sleeper hit Metro 2033 has been delayed. Metro: Last Light was originally slated for release at the end of 2012, and will instead come out in the fourth quarter of the company’s 2013 fiscal calendar. On … Continue reading

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PS Vita demo units now available for groping at over 3,300 GameStop stores

A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to get hands-on time with the PS Vita at one of Sony’s Vita Hill Social Clubs. It was a blast, and if you happen to be near one I encourage you to … Continue reading

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Naughty Dog releases first in-game screens for The Last of Us

Naughty Dog have released the first few in-game screenshots of their upcoming survival game The Last of Us, and it’s already looking mighty fine. Now, the screens, as well as the first few gameplay details, are exclusive to Game Informer. … Continue reading

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SCEE hits Twisted Metal with a delay and censor cuts

With gamers everywhere looking forward to a Valentine’s Day massacre, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe have pulled the rug out from under its regional demographic at the last minute. The game will be delayed into March, and will see some cuts … Continue reading

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The Five Greatest Open Worlds Ever

When Grand Theft Auto III released a little over ten years ago, it was a revelation. No longer were games to be bound by the mission-to-mission, level-to-level linearity that generations of gamers had grown accustomed to. Here we were given … Continue reading

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PS Uni Underground Radio 004: Drop Dead Distance

The PlayStation University editors congregate once again! The Terrific Trio talk about news such as Insomniac Games finally calling it quits on Resistance and the future of the franchise, AT&T raising their prices on 3G plans for the Vita, and … Continue reading

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