THE NINTENDO PLAYSTATION IS OFFICIALLY UP FOR SALE

The Nintendo PlayStation sounds more like some sort of crazy lab experiment than an actual console, but once upon a time it was actually going to be a real thing. Known officially as the Super NES CD-ROM, the Nintendo PlayStation marked a collaboration between the two gaming giants, and was created as a prototype before sadly failing to make it to market. The general deal was to release an optical disc drive-reliant console back in 1988, and both PlayStation and Nintendo were on board for the project. The contract between…

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Review: Bleed 2 for ps4.

Like the game itself, I’m going to keep this review short but very sweet.  Bleed 2 is a fast-paced 2-D action title developed by Canadian game designer Ian Campbell, AKA Bootdisk Revolution.  In Bleed 2, just like its predecessor, you play as Wryn, the world’s greatest hero, as she fends off hordes of invading robots.  At first glance, it slightly resembles a 16- to 32-bit Mega Man title with a purple-haired chibi heroine who can air dodge, deflect certain incoming bullets and kick bosses’ asses.  There aren’t powers like the Blue Bomber, but Wryn’s trusty pistols…

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Review: Slayaway Camp – Butcher's Cut for PS4.

Blue Wizard Digital has just released the console version of their indie puzzle title Slayaway Camp on PlayStation 4.  Launched last October on Steam, the title has also been ported to iOS (February) and Android (June), but it now comes to Sony’s console in an expanded and very pretty edition as Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut.  AIR Entertainment was given a review code for the title and I was fortunate enough to nab it.  Here’s what’s up. I’ve played Slayaway Camp on my iPhone 6s+ so I knew going into the PS4 version that the…

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