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PlayStation Plus titles for September 2018 revealed

In a new sizzle reel trailer the free PS4 games being offered by Sony for PS+ subscribers during the month of September 2018 has been revealed. Beyond the two main giveaways this month for PS4 there are also a number of titles being made available for free with ‘Cross Buy’ or ‘Cross Play’ features, VR, PlayLink functionality, and more.

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God of War – Be a Warrior Trailer

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God of War looks incredible that is pretty much all I have to say, just watch this trailer please. God of War comes out early 2018 for the Playstation 4.

 

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New God of War Confirmed for PlayStation 4

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Game Director Cory Balrog revealed that a new God of War title is in development, during the God of War Retrospective panel at the PlayStation Experience event.

Developer Sony Santa Monica confirmed the big news via their twitter account, after attendee Charles Weichselbaum sent out a tweet.

Santa Monica deleted their other tweet, where they out right confirmed the game’s existence. Maybe they were a bit premature on the game’s announcement. No other info was given at the time. Will Kratos return, or is his story truly over? Only time will tell.

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Rumor: Leaked Info Regarding Sony’s E3 Conference: The Order, Uncharted, God of War and More

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According to Dualshockers, info in regards to Sony’s E3 press conference has been shared with them today from a reliable source. E3 is just under one month away, so clearly one can expect rumors regarding the event to surface but DS claims they were able to confirm parts of it with second source, adding some credibility to it. The detailed info in bold are double sourced and hold more weight but as always take it all in with a grain of salt.

  • Uncharted PS4 3 Minute Trailer showcasing ”In-engine” footage interspersed with gameplay segments. Visuals are supposedly unprecedented and set a benchmark for console graphics. Summer 2015 release date. It looks absolutely stellar. Features tropical setting and differing time periods with Nate/Francis.
  • Media Molecule’s new title will be a landmark title for Morpheus. 3D world building, beautiful, quirky visuals.Extremely creative and fun. Possibly related to the ”Entwined” trademark filed last week by SCE (not sure). Late 2015.
  • Gran Turismo 6 is coming to PS4 as 1080p 60FPS repackaged title in the vein of Gran Turismo 7: Prologue. Stunning visuals, extra features (social connectivity, new tracks, dlc etc). Coming mid-late 2015.
  • God of War 4 teaser will be present – will be CG with snippets of in-engine footage. A little early for reveal, but is designed to offset negativity surrounding canceled new IP and generate excitement – also to partially offset CG announce of Gears of War at Microsoft presser. Late 2015. Date wont be announced.
  • Kill Strain trademark is related to Syphon Filter reboot for PS4. Sony Bend working on revamping the franchise. Stealth, beautiful visuals and a possible Winter 2014 title. Bend finally getting to join the big boys.
  • Wipeout is also making the transition to PS4. Source is unsure of who is developing it, but hints that it could be Sony London, Evolution, or Firesprite.
  • Quantic Dream has a trailer prepared – unsure whether it is penciled in for Gamescom or E3. Sony will be watching Microsoft’s presser earlier in the day to gauge whether additional titles will need to be slotted in to dampen hype. Expect Dark Sorcerer- like visuals in real time. Off-topic, but still relevant – they are close to deal to become a Worldwide Studios developer, along with Ready At Dawn.
  • Speaking of Ready At Dawn, The Order:1886 will get a stage demo. Big title for Fall 2014.  Sony is expecting great things from said title – franchise hopes rest on its performance.
  • Ninja Theory working on a PS4 exclusive – possible Heavenly Sword sequel which was shelved a number of years ago. Quite far into development.
  • Sony London will be at E3. First AAA title in many years. 3rd person title. Gorgeous. They’re back with a bang,
  • Guerrilla Games bringing their RPG to E3. Provocative setting – very interesting. Insane visuals as usual. A good reaction to the title is expected. Will please the hardcore.
  • Sucker Punch busy at work on an inFAMOUS: Second Son DLC. Really cool. New powers. Possible new setting. E3 debut.
  • Sony Japan Studios debuting two, maybe even three titles. Project Beast – spiritual successor to Demon Souls. The other is The Last Guardian. Retooled for PS4, possible Winter 2014 title. The Other title is shrouded in secrecy.
  • Evolution will give Driveclub some time in the limelight. It’s shaping up to be incredible with jaw-dropping visuals. Demo release will be timed with  the press conference.

Publishers are also expected to take the stage according to this anonymous source; including Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Konami, Capcom, Warner Bros, Activision, Square Enix, Take Two and Rockstar with Grand Theft Auto ( PS4 port of GTA V maybe?).

Sony’s Virtual Reality project, Project Morpheus will be showcased. The digital rental service PlayStation Now will be re-introduced, big titles will be announced for the Instant Game Collection and PS3 and PS Vita will receive price drops.

There will be a montage for the PS3 and a reveal of a few new titles for it. The PS Vita will also receive a small segment as PS4 is the main attraction. Sevral smaller scale (Most likely indie) digital titles will be shown and the conference will be closed out with, wait for it…. a teaser for a sequel to The Last of Us.

If any of this delicious info holds any weight, then Sony fans are in for a real treat. Here’s hoping its all true, or at least the bit about The Last of Us sequel, Uncharted, God of War 4, The Order: 1886 and PS Now. Those are what I’m most excited for, what about you?

Via: Dualshockers

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Top 5 Best Looking PlayStation 3 Exclusive Games

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#5: Killzone 3

While KZ2 took the approach of dark and dreary, Killzone 3 added a new palette of colors to the high-resolution formula Guerrilla Games introduced and maintained a level of polish that kept PS3 in the headlines even as current-gen hardware began to age. This game earns its spot in blood as it even keeps the same graphical integrity in its multiplayer mode.

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#4: Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time

Many people may write off the Ratchet series since its art direction is not realism, but what has been witnessed in this title is simply one of the best looking games on PS3 hands down.

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#3: Uncharted 2

Despite the gameplay, Uncharted 2 was one of those games that had people walking away saying they felt like they just saw a movie and remains to this day one of the most impressive uses of the PS3 hardware graphically.

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#2: Gran Turismo 5

With over 200,000 polygons for a single car GT5 produced some of the most hyper-realistic graphics the racing simulation genre has seen on the PlayStation 3 with many clamoring to see what Polyphony Digital can do with Sony’s PS4 hardware next.

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#1: God Of War III

Despite having a successor title named Ascension GOW III has managed to remain the best looking PlayStation 3 game to date with the one-two combination of incredibly detailed graphics paired with smooth and vivid animations causing so much action to be seen on-screen at a time that the behemoth set pieces and even environmental hazards such as entire monsters being a level in and of themselves are simply unbeatable on PS3.

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RGN Daily News #15 – Sony Sent GOW Ascension to World’s Best GOW Player

RealGamerNewz presents RGN Daily News #15 featuring a special guest the greatest God of War player of all time who notifies us that he has received God of War Ascension for free from Sony who has been closely monitoring the gaming skill and progress of all its PSN players worldwide, despite people not being aware of it until now. We also talk about the latest news and reviews on the site and get into what’s coming with future episodes of the RealGamerNewz Podcast.

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God of War: Ascension Playthrough HD 1080P Gameplay Footage

Complete play-through of God of War: Ascension presented in 1080P HD:

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The Last of Us Demo Delayed

The demo of The Last of Us in the God of War Ascension game has been delayed. April 17th was the old demo date, now the demo will not be available until May 31st. Two weeks before the game comes out. Click here to enlarge image.

The demo can only be accessed while connected to the internet, the date can not be tampered.

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Santa Monica Says No God of War 5 Yet, Dedicated to Ascension Multiplayer Community

Despite the announcement of the PlayStation 4 and all of its potential for next-generation advancements, Santa Monica (the team behind many Sony titles including God of War and PlayStation All-Stars) will not be jumping straight into development for the next God of War title. The company will remain focused on listening to player feedback with the release of God of War: Ascension and is dedicated to fixing any multiplayer issues that arise as the franchise takes its very first foray into both competitive and co-op online game modes.

 “We haven’t touched it [PS4]. We’re not even concentrating on it. All we’re concentrating on is we know we release in a week. I imagine we’re going to be on our forums talking to players about the stuff they’re experiencing in multiplayer and trying to address that stuff immediately. We’re going to have half of our team ready to go for that stuff. We’re going to continue to tune and balance and create new content. We still get to think about and imagine how cool it would be, but we’re still working on this game on the PS3.

I’d be excited if I was a PS3 owner because, I’d know Sony is not just leaving me hanging or waiting until the next-gen comes out, that they’re still kicking out really awesome games for me. There’s the future, and you’re like, oh cool! But there’s a whole spring, summer and fall to get through. “It’s like Kratos finishing off a god, you know what I mean?” Santa Monica Developer Mark Simon laughed, “it’s like he’s putting the final touches on the console or something.”

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God of War 4 Trailer Leaked – Is it Real?

A new trailer has been circulating the web from a supposedly leaked God of War IV PR campaign set to launch in the near future. We have no way of knowing if it’s real or not at this time, and few details exist that can be considered concrete and solid. If you are a die-hard Kratos fan you may be interested to know that the brother of Kratos (Deimos) may be getting some more time in the franchise with the latest entry.

It is very likely that this is a fake video created by the fans, but with the recent Assassin’s Creed III occurrence, who knows? Take a look at the video below and judge for yourself. Here’s to hoping that God of War IV is able to take us by surprise in one way or another and re-ignite all of our passions for the series.

 

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Are Yearly Released Games Ruining The Single Player Experience?

As games like Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Assassin’s Creed continue to be released each year, one must wonder what effect it may have on the single player experience. Other games that stand out are the Uncharted series and God of War, which all deliver passionate, classical one player stories.

Most games today try to include a story mode to give background. However, in many games we see the errors in thought process, with characters not fitting in or being underdeveloped.

I’m sure you can relate to the feeling of making it through to the end only to be underwhelmed as the ending did not happen as you anticipated. The answer is that games like the God of War series continue to offer that one person thrill and set the bar for other games to follow, whether they intended to or not. What are your thoughts on the matter? Are we beginning to see the watering down of single player game modes and games overall?

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