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  • Saturday Radar: GamesRadar’s best for the week of 9/15/14

    …-close to making it to the silver screen and just might be there sooner rather than later (like Uncharted, Sly Cooper and yet another *sort of* Resident Evil), but there are still others that I’ve never heard were even being thought about, and I’m willing to obey that you haven’t either. Did you know that there’s a Far Cry movie on the drawing boards…

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  • Gamer Goodwill: Can PS4 Use the Same Ta ctics in 2015 That It Used in 2014?

    … direction under folks like Shuhei Yoshida, this is still the same company that charges $80 for a 32GB memory card. As a business obligated to seek new profit avenues when it can, it’s highly implausible that Sony will never, ever displease gamers again, even if that day is months or years off. Like I said — gamer goodwill is fickle. [Show as slideshow…

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  • Montalbano Collection Three (DVD) Review

    …Montalbano Collection Three (DVD) Review We’ve reviewed the first two of the six Inspector Montalbano releases, now we see if the Inspector still has what it takes in the third. Commissario Salvo Montalbano (Luca Zingaretti) relies on his instincts and the ability to connect to the people of Vigata, Sicily as he directs his men from his local…

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  • A Look at WHY Doom Was So Great

    … exploration was that you were never bound to a single area at different parts of the stage. In games such as Call of Duty and Uncharted, levels are broken down into segments where one player cannot travel back and forth between, instead only allowed to proceed according to the game's script. Largely, this was in part because of the game's story's…

    1 readers - Kotaku - The Forest of Doom -
  • Final Fantasy Type-0, other titles leak early for TGS

    … for the titles' associated image, visitors discovered that multiple unannounced title images could be accessed. Zoom Chief among those are Square Enix's Final Fantasy Type-0 remake, Grand Theft Auto V, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Until Dawn. The images - which have since been pulled offline - also indicated that three unnamed PS4 titles…

    6 readers - CVG - Final Fantasy -
  • TV Actor Linked To Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Role

    …A TV actor may have prematurely revealed that he will have a role in the upcoming Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End video game. Warren Kole has put on his LinkedIn profile that he has been working with Naughty Dog since July of this year. The only Naughty Dog game currently in development right now is Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The actor also tweeted…

    1 readers - Damian Seeto - Attack of the Fanboy - Uncharted -
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End may star actor Warren Kole

    … certainly appears to be related to Uncharted 4. While Naughty Dog does have a title other than Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End currently in development, it’s still fairly early in the cycle, thus it’s doubtful that any form of voice acting or motion capture has been completed for it. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is expected to release sometime next year…

    2 readers - Erwin Murillo - The Gamer Headlines - Uncharted -
  • Sony still devoted to Vita, just changing tactics

    …. But for those who want that more specialist device and a more specialist experience, it does a damn good job, and therefore it trucks along quite nicely." The Vita may not be the system we hoped it would be, brimming with console-quality experiences like Killzone: Mercenary and Uncharted: Golden Abyss, but Sony at least seems committed to making the best of an unfortunate situation. Expect to see plenty more smaller games continue to land on the portable. Sony insists Vita is here to stay [Eurogamer] …

    6 readers - Kyle Macgregor - destructoid -
  • Sony UK Boss: The PS Vita “Trucks Along Quite Nicely”

    … titles such as Killzone: Mercenary and Uncharted: Golden Abyss, with Sony promising that the device would offer console quality experience on the go. Though Sony achieved that with the aforementioned titles, at £30 a pop the Vita failed to do as well as Sony expected. Instead it seems that they’ve decided to hand the reigns over to indie developers…

    6 readers - Aaron Richardson - n3rdabl3 -

  • PS Vita has 'found its niche', says PlayStation UK head

    … Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida confirmed in June that the company does not plan to release as many first-party Vita games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss and Killzone: Mercenary in the future. In July, Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House noted that the handheld console was performing well in Japan, but its future elsewhere was less certain.…

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  • Sony Says PS Vita Is Here To Stay With Focus On Smaller Games

    …The PS Vita launched about two and a half years ago in the US and still hasn’t managed to attract much of a following. The handheld has offered some very impressive titles in the past, such as games from the Uncharted and Killzone series, but has struggled in sales, even with the push of the connectivity with the PlayStation 4. Many thought we…

    1 readers - Dean James - Attack of the Fanboy -
  • Naughty Dog Turns 30 Years Old This Month

    … Bandicoot hit our shelves, quickly becoming a must-have for any gamer and a reason to buy a PlayStation. Eventually, Naughty Dog would release Jak and Daxter in 2001 for the PlayStation 2 – the game put players in a colorful universe boasting character and addictive platforming gameplay. It wasn’t until 2007 in which we got our hands on Uncharted…

    1 readers - Kieran Wade - The Gamer Headlines -

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