As PS3 ends production, lets see what then Worldwide Studios boss Phil Harrison said about it in 2006

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As PS3 ends production, lets see what then Worldwide Studios boss Phil Harrison said about it in 2006

Let's delve back into a 2006 Official PlayStation Magazine interview with then head of Worldwide Studios, Phil Harrison, to find out.If you’re a sports fan in America, NBA and NFL available from day one means you will buy a PS3.

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Mass Effect: Andromeda patch 1.05 tweaks animations, more fixes from your feedback are coming soon

Posted 04/04 21:40 in Gaming | 0comments

Mass Effect: Andromeda patch 1.05 tweaks animations, more fixes from your feedback are coming soon

Mass Effect: Andromeda's wonky animations got you feeling down?Try to be patient: BioWare aims to fix these and other grievances over several patches coming within the next two months.

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The making of Snake Pass, Nintendo Switch's slithery sweet platformer

Posted 04/04 21:36 in Gaming | 0comments

The making of Snake Pass, Nintendo Switch's slithery sweet platformer

Snake Pass is one of the weirdest platformer games ever made.Just like in forebears like Super Mario 64 and Banjo Kazooie, you have to navigate your way over tiered ruins and trees collecting glowing gewgaws before moving onto the next stage.

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How to pretend you've played 30 of the best games ever made

Posted 04/04 20:14 in Gaming | 0comments

How to pretend you've played 30 of the best games ever made

SPOILER TO END ALL SPOILERS: We'll be spoiling 30 incredibly well-known games, endings and plot twists included.Life is short, and we're always busy.

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Yooka-Laylee critical round up: what does the world think?

Posted 04/04 19:56 in Gaming | 0comments

Yooka-Laylee critical round up: what does the world think?

5 million) on Kickstarter, the first crop of reviews are in for Yooka-Laylee.Read our Yooka-Laylee review to get our verdict on the game, then scroll on to see what other gaming sites think.

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Phantom Dust for Xbox One gets its first screenshot, here's a 4-year timeline of how we got here

Posted 04/04 18:13 in Gaming | 0comments

Phantom Dust for Xbox One gets its first screenshot, here's a 4-year timeline of how we got here

On March 3, 2017, Xbox head Phil Spencer tweeted a picture of the long-awaited Xbox One version of cult classic Phantom Dust.Such was the environment that the original Phantom Dust was released into.

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Yooka-Laylee review: “A good-natured platformer that all too often trips over its own dated clumsiness”

Posted 04/04 17:13 in Gaming | 0comments

Yooka-Laylee review: “A good-natured platformer that all too often trips over its own dated clumsiness”

From the very off, it nails the all-important character-feel inherent to the success of any 3D platformer.The same goes for careening into hapless enemies with the harnessed frenzy of the pair’s spin attack.

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Be Kind, Rewind: The Real Story Behind Blinx, Xbox’s Mediocre Mascot

Posted 04/04 17:13 in Gaming | 0comments

Be Kind, Rewind: The Real Story Behind Blinx, Xbox’s Mediocre Mascot

And yet still along came Blinx: The Time Sweeper, a colorful platformer for the original Xbox starring a vacuum-wielding, time-manipulating feline.At the conquest’s helm was former vice president of game publishing at Microsoft and Blinx executive producer, Ed Fries.

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Can you really be *everything* in Everything, the game based on being...anything?

Posted 04/04 16:53 in Gaming | 0comments

Can you really be *everything* in Everything, the game based on being...anything?

If you haven’t gathered this from the title of this article by now, Everything is based around the concept that you can be anything in its world.Rolling around as one object before deciding to either ascend to a bigger thing (trees, buildings, planets) or descend into a smaller thing (plant matter, atoms, or even time/space units), collectophiles will love it.

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Capcom reveals the 20-year-old anatomy guide that's kept Street Fighter so consistently beefy

Posted 04/04 16:32 in Gaming | 0comments

Capcom reveals the 20-year-old anatomy guide that's kept Street Fighter so consistently beefy

Across the various art styles that Street Fighter has tried throughout its long history, one thing has always stayed the same: the way the characters are all so darn beefy.It was created by a collection of Capcom artists more than 20 years ago and edited by famed character designer Akira "Akiman" Yasuda, who left the company back in 2003.

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The Last Guardian finds original ways to evoke player emotion

Posted 04/04 16:12 in Gaming | 0comments

The Last Guardian finds original ways to evoke player emotion

SPOILERS FOR THE LAST GUARDIAN FOLLOW From the moment it begins, The Last Guardian knows what the player is expecting.But The Last Guardian instead opts to end its story with Trico saving the boy and returning him to his village where his illness is treated.

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Star Wars Battlefront 2: What do all the facts, clues and rumours so far mean?

Posted 04/04 14:26 in Gaming | 0comments

Star Wars Battlefront 2: What do all the facts, clues and rumours so far mean?

Logic suggests history will repeat, with the sequel to debut in November 2017, shortly before Star Wars: The Last Jedi.The reveal trailer will be the highlight of "The Galaxywide Premiere of Star Wars Battlefront 2" panel.

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Here's how Final Fantasy 15 creates believable friends who live inside your television

Posted 04/04 14:15 in Gaming | 0comments

Here's how Final Fantasy 15 creates believable friends who live inside your television

You’ve got Tall Wise Boy, who you desperately want to impress; you’ve got Buff Biker Boy, who is the big brother you never had; you’ve got Cute Idiot Boy, who you did that thing with once in summer camp and sometimes you wonder if he still thinks about it.Exactly why this quartet d’amis works so well is part of the solution to this month’s Awful Gaming Thing, which is artificial intelligence, which is bad.

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MLB The Show 17 review: 'Smart action and daily bonuses keep you returning for one more final game'

Posted 04/04 13:11 in Gaming | 0comments

MLB The Show 17 review: 'Smart action and daily bonuses keep you returning for one more final game'

The first 600-or-so seconds are pivotal, delivering an accessibility and immediacy The Show has lacked in recent years.Daily bonuses each time you log in also keep you coming back, then inevitably playing just one more final game.

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RadioRadar+ Podcast 75: Just when we think we're out, Destiny 2 pulls us back in

Posted 04/04 01:03 in Gaming | 0comments

RadioRadar+ Podcast 75: Just when we think we're out, Destiny 2 pulls us back in

What we’re into: Snake Pass, Elder Scrolls Legends, and TypeShift are all wonderful Destiny 2 is coming (surprising no-one) and will arrive on PS4, Xbox One, and PC this September.We're into it.

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5 Overwatch moments to start off your week: Gravity in all its glory

Posted 04/03 23:22 in Gaming | 0comments

5 Overwatch moments to start off your week: Gravity in all its glory

Such simple rules guiding how the universe exists, striking a perfect balance between the forces of nature as they push and pull against each other in an eternal dance.That elegance makes it all the more glorious when Overwatch lets you turn those pesky rules on their heads.

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Destiny 2's reveal trailer wasn't just loot jokes and Gary, look at these hints and teasers

Posted 04/03 19:41 in Gaming | 0comments

Destiny 2's reveal trailer wasn't just loot jokes and Gary, look at these hints and teasers

The cinematic debut trailer for Destiny 2 gave us a lot to mull over: the City has fallen, the Guardians have scattered, and all of our stuff has been exploded.The full trailer's at the bottom of this story if you haven't seen it yet.

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Upcoming Dishonored 2 demo features the first three levels, lets you keep your progress

Posted 04/03 19:20 in Gaming | 0comments

Upcoming Dishonored 2 demo features the first three levels, lets you keep your progress

We may not get as many demos as we used to back in the day - you know, when they came on discs attached to magazines - but at least when we do, they're pretty good.Case in point: a "free trial" for Dishonored 2 will let you play the first three missions of the campaign as either Emily Kaldwin or Corvo Attano.

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Nintendo Switch can warp from being left in the dock too long - give that console some air

Posted 04/03 18:14 in Gaming | 0comments

Nintendo Switch can warp from being left in the dock too long - give that console some air

Reddit user _NSR noticed their Nintendo Switch warping and posted a picture of how bad it's gotten after roughly one month of use.This prompted other Switch owners to take a look at their own consoles.

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Agents of Mayhem shows how hard it is for a hero shooter to stand out these days

Posted 04/03 16:13 in Gaming | 0comments

Agents of Mayhem shows how hard it is for a hero shooter to stand out these days

But nowadays, the 'hero shooter' subgenre is getting awfully crowded.The Agents' appearance, two individual powers, and constant banter all tick the checkboxes of what constitutes a hero shooter, yet they never really left an impression on me besides Fortune.

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