Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number has been banned for sale in Australia after the Australian Classification Board refused the game due to an implied rape scene. The scene in question is optional, and it can be skipped by a notice that warns of the content alluding to sexual violence which the user must choose yes or no to continue. Yet according to the classification report of Hotline Miami 2 it is still being refused classification:
Many media outlets were given 3 hours of access to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Almost all of them are saying that delaying the game till May is probably in the best interest for the title. The game is outstanding, and I have yet to see any outlet say anything bad about it. But the developers want to make sure it's perfect, without bugs. And good on them. Although no one has yet mentioned any problems, I assume there are still a few kinks to work out.
Since the launch of PlayStation Now in the US, fans have been calling for a subscription to be added to the service.
Rather than paying for one Cloud-based game - sometimes paying more than you would for a physical copy of the title - fans wanted to be able to access every title at a single price.
Episodic time shifter Life is Strange has received a new trailer, as well as information on when it will be available and how much it will cost.
Capcom have today announced that they'll be bringing the love-it-or-hate-it slasher DmC Devil May Cry to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next year.
Final Fantasy VII is coming to PS4, and although it isn't the shiny remake many of us would have wanted, it's still an incredibly tempting offer.
Who remembers Oblivions outrageously priced horse armor? Who remembers paying way too much money for cosmetic DLC, which at the end of the say, didn't do a whole lot besides makes your character look cool. Well, we are getting more of that in the upcoming Witcher 3: Wild Hunt game from CD Projekt Red. We wll not the prices, but rather the cosmetic DLC. Why should you care? Well, it is free.
If you're interested in the new-gen re-release of GTA V, you'll want to keep your eyes peeled over the next week or so. The next issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine in the UK will have a 10 page feature dedicated to showcasing some of the brand new features of the uprezzed crime spree outing.
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15th October, 2014
It's not an opinion. It is a fact. Nintendo's brand has taken series blows over the years, and the company now sits in spot 100 out of 100 when it comes to the worlds most valuable brands. Many analysts predict that Nintendo won't even make the list in 2015.
DLC is definitely a hot topic since it began being a thing. Nntendo was always on record saying DLC was not something they would be interested in doing. Their philosophy was that they were giving consumers what they paid for: the game, the COMPLETE game, that was developed. That philosophy has gone straight into the garbage can, however, as Nintendo realizes the benefits of having DLC: Mario Golf: World Tour, Pikmin 3, Mario Kart, Hyrule Warriors, and more are going to nickle and dime you ...