Kasumi, Mai Shiranui, Marie Rose and Kula Diamond stand back-to-back to give you a morning smile. …Read More The post Heroines of Dead or Alive 5: Last Round and King of Fighters XIV Join in Lovely Wallpapers by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
While we’re prepping for E3 this week and reminiscing about the great moments from expos past, let me regale you of a tale of the weirdest thing that ever happened to me there. I told this story to people immediately after it happened at the 2005 E3, and then it ended up getting passed around like a game of telephone, and by the time it got back to me it became something like “I hear you whipped out your jailbroken PSP during a Miyamoto interview.” Close, but not quite. The full story is stranger. This story is from the recent 2016 edition of my book Power-Up: How Japanese Video Games Gave the World an Extra Life, in a bonus chapter largely about the life and work of Satoru Iwata. “Work on Revolution is well underway,” Iwata had said at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in 2004, after he unveiled the Nintendo DS. “When you see it, you will be excited, because you will experience a gaming revolution.” Nintendo didn’t have anything to show for Revolution that year. At next year’s E3, Iwata revealed the console itself, which was approximately the size of three DVD cases stacked on top READ FULL STORY…
Sony has announced that they will hold their E3 press conference on June 12th. …Read More The post Sony Announces PlayStation E3 Press Conference’s Date and Time by Tanner Pierce appeared first on DualShockers.
Two new PlayStation Sales are up on the Playstation Store. …Read More The post Golden Week and May the Fourth Sale Comes to North American PlayStation Store by Tanner Pierce appeared first on DualShockers.
Despite a 17 year gap since the original’s release, Suda51 returns to add two extra chapters for The Silver Case on PlayStation 4. …Read More The post Two New Chapters Coming to Suda51’s The Silver Case on PlayStation 4 by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
I don’t expect everyone to keep track of DualShockers’ statistics and post metrics, but – for those interested – we hit a notable milestone a couple of days ago. …Read More The post DualShockers Celebrates 1,000 Reviews by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Koei Tecmo launched the first PC trailer for Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book, available now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita and coming to PC on February 7. …Read More The post Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book Gets First Steam Trailer and Bonus Content by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Bandai Namco has added several of the publisher’s classics and recent hits to the PlayStation streaming service. …Read More The post Dark Souls II, Ni No Kuni, and More Join PlayStation Now Library by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
PlayStation has released the official list of best-selling PlayStation Store content across their platforms in North America. NBA 2K17 topped the PS4 list and winning the battle of sports games with FIFA 17, which secured the number two spot. The PS3 saw similar sports dominance — specifically soccer — with PES 2017 topping the list, with FIFA 17 grabbing the number two spot again. Over on the ol’ Vita Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth claimed victory for the month of September, while Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas finally knocked Bully off the top of the PlayStation Classics list. You can find the full lists below: PS4 Games 1 NBA 2K17 2 EA SPORTS FIFA 17 3 Madden NFL 17 4 EA SPORTS NHL 17 5 The Last Of Us Remastered 6 Battlefield Hardline 7 Destiny 8 Rocket League 9 Overwatch: Origins Edition 10 Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition 11 BioShock: The Collection 12 Don’t Starve: Console Edition 13 TOM CLANCY’S RAINBOW SIX SIEGE 14 resident evil 4 15 Mortal Kombat XL 16 7 Days to Die 17 Batman: Arkham Knight 18 RESIDENT EVIL 5 19 Grand Theft Auto V 20 Don’t Starve Together: Console Edition PS3 Games 1 Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 2 EA SPORTS FIFA 17 3 The Last Of Us 4…
Halloween is right around the corner and for those looking into scary games to celebrate the occasion, the streaming service PlayStation Now is delivering with a bevy of classic (and cult classic) horror games to keep you occupied on the scariest night of the year. In an update on the PlayStation Blog, Sony has added 13 additional games to PlayStation Now for users to rent and stream, with the titles ranging from entries in classic horror franchises like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, to horror-tinged classics like Castlevania: Harmony of Despair and more. The full list of newly-added titles to the service can be found below: Castlevania Harmony of Despair (new) Silent Hill HD Collection (new) The Darkness (new) Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City (new) House of the Dead 3 (new) House of the Dead 4 (new) The House of the Dead Overkill Extended Cut (new) The Witch and the Hundred Knight (new) Ghostbusters Sanctum of Slime (new) Deception: Nightmare Princess IV (new) Bladestorm: Nightmare (new) Burn Zombie Burn: The Diarrhea Bundle (new) Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed (new)
Superman – everyone knows him. That alien from Krypton has truly left an impact on the world since his creation by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1938. Being that big of an icon, Superman found his way into gaming once it presented itself as a new popular medium. While Batman has found a good amount of success in the gaming industry, Superman has had a much harder time finding his foothold in games by comparison. This is a list of all of the official Superman games that have been released, along with some that were cancelled. Superman has had a very interesting experience when it comes to the gaming industry, and so it was interesting to chronicle his evolution (or de-evolution) as gaming grew as a medium. Superman’s first game released for the Atari 2600 in 1978. It was developed by a man named John Dunn, and was simply called Superman. In the game, the player must rebuild a bridge destroyed by Lex Luthor, capture him, turn back into Clark Kent, and return to the Daily Planet in the shortest time possible. Superman was one of the first games to feature a pause option, and was praised at the time for how unique and…