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  1. Marcus Estrada

    Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Out in September

    Kingdom Hearts fans have been enjoying the ever-expanding property since the original game arrived on PS2 back in September of 2002. Kingdom Hearts II took a few more years to release, but after that it seemed that Square Enix were done with the home console versions. Now, we've seen the license on portable devices as fans wait for the (hopefully) inevitable Kingdom Hearts 3. In the meantime, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix hopes to draw in old as well as new players to the world. The pack includes Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. This is why the collection is titled 1.5 instead of something more typical of HD versions. Today a date as well as pre-order bonus saw an announcement on the PS Blog. First, the game is coming on September 10th. Those who pre-order it are also set to get an artbook, which is said to be available in very limited quantities. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix will retail for $40 as a PS3 exclusive.
  2. Good news for the Vita again. But of course this is a year later. I wish these were all initially released on the Vita too. http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/03/23/esrb-rates-jak-daxter-collection-for-playstation-vita?utm_campaign=twposts&utm_source=twitter
  3. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007IFMEYK?t=slicinc-20&tag=slicinc-20&ascsubtag=xpMropedEeKb1MKe19bShwz9E1_U7DV3_YVM_0_0 Key Game Features Two Classic Games In One Release - The two classic PS2 games Zone of the Enders, and its sequel Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner are included Dramatic Japanese Mecha Action and Storytelling - Lose yourself in dramatic Japanese mecha robot action combat, set against an enthralling sci-fi off-world storyline Diverse Weapons - In addition to mecha units' hand-to-hand abilities, players will utilize both swords and projectile weapons during combat New Game Opening Animations - In addition to the animations found within the original games, The Zone of the Enders HD Collection includes new opening animations for both games An Advanced Look at Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Players enjoy an advanced look at Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance through the demo included Next lowest price they said was at best buy for $30.
  4. The emotional roller coaster continues for Final Fantasy X HD, now that the Final Fantasy X-2 HD version has been more-or-less confirmed-ish by a leak from the Japanese magazine Jump. Unfortunately, it comes in a double-edged sword for some, considering that the PlayStation 3 version comes with both, whereas they are sold separately on the Vita. So let that sink into whatever pit of something you have in your heart. This probably shocks no one who was part of that exciting TGS roller coaster where Square Enix announced that a beloved Final Fantasy was being brought to modern consoles. Everyone was looking forward to a console-defining JRPG starring a blonde hero with feelings of social displacement to be remade, and Square Enix delivered with an HD remastering of Final Fantasy X HD's announcement. Rumors were all floating around the internet, namely the Japanese message boards, for Final Fantasy X-2 HD but this is our first sort-of confirmation. The Jump article also seems to imply that we (or at least Japan) will be seeing this HD collection-or-not-depending-on-your-console some time later this year.
  5. Kingdom Hearts fans have been all aflutter since they first heard of the Kingdom Hearts HD collection being a real thing. Prior to its Japanese announcement, it was one of those game series that people would routinely note as deserving the HD treatment alongside other PS2 classics. Now, it has finally been confirmed for North American release. Kingdom Heats 1.5 Remix is named as such because it doesn't actually have Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts 2. Instead, the HD collection combines Kingdom Hearts Final Mix (a long time Japanese exclusive version) which itself came with Kingdom Hearts ReChain of Memories. Alongside that, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days' cutscenes are being redone in HD so you can enjoy that story, but unfortunately not play it. It's a pretty unusual HD collection, but then again, so is the Kingdom Hearts series itself which has split off into many portable offshoots over the years. Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix is confirmed to launch during Fall for PS3.
  6. Vita owners can rejoice as Sony unveiled some very welcome news today for their newest handheld endeavor. The God of War Collectionand the Ico & Shadow of Collosus HD Collectionare now playable on the Vita via Remote Play. Remote Play, a vastly underused feature for the original PSP, allows gamers to connect wirelessly to their home console with Sony's portable gaming device. Playstation 3 owners will need to download a free, minor patch on their home consoles before accessing these classic games on the Vita, The Remote Play feature will also allow users to access videos, music and photos. However, some of the best news from the entire announcement is that these game patches will allow players to map the L2 and R2 buttons on the Playstation 3 controllers to the rear touch panel of the Vita. It may initially seem negligible, but that option really makes the number of Remote Play titles limitless.
  7. Marcus Estrada

    Sony Announces PlayStation Collections

    Last week there were rumors about a new God of War compilation being listed in a retailer's database. On the official PlayStation Blog it was just announced that, yes, there is a new GoW collection coming out. However, what no one knew is that it wasn't the only one they were planning. Sony fans already knew that a Ratchet & Clank Collection was official, but now we are finally able to see God of War Saga Collection as well as inFAMOUS Collection confirmed for release. These sets will all be out on August 28th in store and on the PS Store. They will all cost $30 which, as you will see, is actually quite a deal for some of these packs. The Ratchet & Clank Collection features Ratchet & Clank, Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando, and Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal in 1080p. So, it's basically the latest HD collection out there. The inFAMOUS Collection includes inFAMOUS, inFAMOUS 2, and inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood alongside some additional missions and costumes. The biggest pack of them all though is the God of War Saga Collection. This one deserves a list to show off all the included content: God of War God of War II God of War III God of War: Origins Collection (which includes God of War: Chains of Olympus and God of War: Ghost of Sparta) Exclusive Bonus Content Voucher For 1 Trial Month of PlayStation Plus Remastered for HD, DUALSHOCK Control, Full PlayStation Network Trophy Support and 3D (3D supported only in God of War III and God of War: Origins Collection) Do you want to pick up any of these new collections?
  8. Sega has released its first trailer for Yakuza 1 & 2 HD Edition, and it basically looks like you'd expect. This trailer has no real surprises for anyone familiar with HD collections. It's a pretty long trailer, though, clocking in at just under four minutes. Viewers can see the updated graphics and, while it still looks more or less like PlayStation 2 game, there's a buffing and polishing around the edges that round things out and make the surfaces a little crisper. Don't believe me? Check out the image below (also the header) to see a comparison between the HD remake and the original game. This is only the most recent of the influx of games getting HD collections, with the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection coming out last year on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and just recently on the PlayStation Vita, as well as Devil May Cry and Shadow of the Colossus and Ico. This particular one will be hitting the Japanese PlayStation 3s on November 1st of this year. In the US of A? Your guess is as good as mine, but we'll probably see it after not too long. But you came here for the trailer, didn't you? Aw gosh, you know I can't say no to you, you rascal!
  9. It took a while but the long-awaited patch is finally here. The Silent Hill HD Collection came out back in March and met with a lot of anger. While fans had only initially expected to be mad about new voice overs, they were instead greeted with framerate problems and glitches galore. At least, this was the case on the PS3 version. The 360 game ran much better, although there were still some small issues to be found. Within a week of release, the PS3 version received a patch but that didn't solve problems. Konami promised they would offer another patch soon, so gamers waited and waited more. They've finally come through with it though and are launching a new patch today. Here's what Konami says has been worked on for the patch: - Improved Framerate - Voice Synch is greatly improved - Missing sounds have been fixed - Missing music has been addressed - Fog density issues are resolved - Other minor visual/audio improvements There's currently no word as to when, if ever, 360 owners will get a patch. Similarly, we still don't have any patch for either version of Silent Hill: Downpour which had some big framerate issues at times too. Hopefully the game will finally be spruced up as, aside from the glitches, it managed to be a surprisingly good experience.
  10. Jordan Haygood

    Silent Hill HD: Collection

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