Why not enjoy your money rather? Why not enjoy life by closing all of your curtains barricading the doors and searing your eyeballs with mini-maps as you explore a digital landscape of beauty and brutality? Even better, you can grab a cheap game without having to step outside into gaah “natural light”. It’s a win-win scenario. Over on the PlayStation storefront, you can grab plenty of discounts. If you happen to have a PlayStation Plus account, those discounts double up for you.
After the PlayStation 3 had a sparse selection of platform-specific games under its belt, allowing Microsoft to surge ahead on the Xbox 360, Sony regained its momentum and started pumping money back into the studios contracted to it. Not every game was a winner, but when you’re batting more hits than misses then you know you’re on the right track. Which is the entire purpose of the latest PlayStation sale for its PS4, PS3 and PS Vita consoles, which casts a light on the games that you’ll only find on a Sony storefront.
PlayStation fans have been wanting something a bit more concrete in terms of backwards compatibility, and while PlayStation Europe boss Jim Ryan has acknowledged those calls for the system to start offering some proper legacy support for games, he reckons that even if they came up with a solution it wouldn’t be used all that often.
There may be some hope on the horizon for beleaguered PC gamers then, as some digging on NeoGAF yesterday in the recently released PC port and update of Bayonetta saw an image crop up in the game folder. An image that looked a lot like Vanquish protagonist Samuel Gideon in his trademark sliding DARPA armour.
The streets of Kamurocho have never been safe in SEGA’s Yakuza franchise. More often than not, asking for directions usually requires smashing a face into a brick wall as hoodlums and con artists try to make a quick buck off of you. What’s a Yakuza dude to do, when he needs to unwind and de-stress from the day-to-day life of rearranging faces? Run a cat cafe of course. Or maybe something else. No wait, running a cat cafe still sounds like the best thing ever.
We’re big, big fans of the Nintendo Switch here at Critical Hit. Home to many of last year’s best games, Nintendo’s hybrid machine lets players play on the go, or dock the system at home and play on their TVs. It’s wonderful, and allows lapsed gamers who struggle to fit games into their lives return to their once-favoured hobby. Now, we're giving
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