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Third Party Games We Want on the Switch – Kidzworld


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Third Party Games We Want on the Switch
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The Nintendo Switch has had a killer first year, kicking things off with one of the highest rated games of the year and concluding with a new entry in the 3D Mario series. What'll really decide the Nintendo Switch's future success is how the console

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Love the SNES Mini? 10 games you need to play next – Red Bull


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Love the SNES Mini? 10 games you need to play next
Red Bull
Billed at the time as Capcom's attempt to muscle in on the JRPG arena, Breath of Fire would go on to inspire a series of titles on other formats, including the PlayStation and PlayStation 2, but it's the original which is perhaps the most fondly

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Today in Gaming History: Silent Hill 2 – Comicbook.com


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Today in Gaming History: Silent Hill 2
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September 24th marks Silent Hill 2's birthday, an amazing horror title that made its debut on the PlayStation 2 back in 2001. Silent Hill isn't just another franchise, it's a staple in the horror community. With its Poe-like atmosphere and paranoia

Celebrating Nintendo’s 128th Birthday With A Not-So-Typical History – Comicbook.com


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Celebrating Nintendo's 128th Birthday With A Not-So-Typical History
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Nintendo would continue success over the years with its Game Boy reiterations – including the Color and the Advance – as well as the GameCube, its first CD-based console, which was a hit for several years, despite having to keep up with the PlayStation

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.hack//GU Last Recode PS2 vs. PS4 comparison video – RPG Site

.hack//GU Last Recode PS2 vs. PS4 comparison video
RPG Site
To get fans hyped for the upcoming release of .hack//G.U. Last Recode, Bandai Namco has released a new video showcasing a side-by-side look at the differences between the original PlayStation 2 and the PlayStation 4 remastered versions. Throughout the …

Sly Cooper Turns 15 Today, Look Back at His Thievius Debut – PlayStation LifeStyle


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Sly Cooper Turns 15 Today, Look Back at His Thievius Debut
PlayStation LifeStyle
Fifteen years ago on this very day, Sly Cooper made his PlayStation 2 debut as Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus released on September 23, 2002. The Sucker Punch developed title was a fun stealth twist on the platforming genre, and the sneaky …

Sly Cooper Turns 15 Today, Look Back at His Thievius Debut – PlayStation LifeStyle


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Sly Cooper Turns 15 Today, Look Back at His Thievius Debut
PlayStation LifeStyle
Fifteen years ago on this very day, Sly Cooper made his PlayStation 2 debut as Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus released on September 23, 2002. The Sucker Punch developed title was a fun stealth twist on the platforming genre, and the sneaky …

.hack//GU Last Recode Video Comparison Shows the Visual Upgrades – PlayStation LifeStyle


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.hack//GU Last Recode Video Comparison Shows the Visual Upgrades
PlayStation LifeStyle
Bandai Namco has released a new video for .hack//G.U. Last Recode, this time showing off the comparisons between the original PlayStation 2 version and the PlayStation 4 compilation. It's quite the visual upgrade, and you can tell this isn't a simple

On Sly Cooper’s 15th Anniversary, the Thieving Raccoon Sneaks Back Into Relevancy – USgamer

On Sly Cooper's 15th Anniversary, the Thieving Raccoon Sneaks Back Into Relevancy
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There were no characters quite like the thieving raccoon of Sly Cooper when Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus snuck onto PlayStation 2 in 2002. In 2017, the series is now 15 years old. Even so, its signature wit, cel-shaded comic book-like art

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Constructs a TGS Trailer – RPGamer.com

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Constructs a TGS Trailer
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Sega has released a new trailer for Yakuza Kiwami 2, a remake of the PlayStation 2 title Yakuza 2 utilizing the same game engine as Yakuza 6: The Song of Life. This video, shown below, highlights the visual improvements and gives a peek at both series …

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