Tricks, Treats, and Feats: Dragon Shores

The PS1/PS2 era Insomniac Games really knew how to do bonuses right. They included whole spaces for cut-content in the Ratchet & Clank games, hid demos for Crash Bandicoot in their Spyro games, and the reward for completing those Spyro games was always a special world for their most dedicated players to enjoy. “Dragon Shores”…

Fear Effect is Getting a Remake

Another set of Gamescom trailers dropped today. Some were more or less what we were expecting, while others came completely out of left-field. Among the more surprising reveals was a short teaser trailer for Fear Effect, a PS1 classic that is now getting its own crack at the remake treatment.

Community post: A poor game of an even worse film….. and I love it

So we are talking about embarrassing games. Well I’m going to raise the stakes. Lets get a truly awful game in here. Jedi Power Battles is a tie in to the much maligned first prequel to the Star Wars trilogy.You remember that film don’t you? That sting of disappointment, the odd air that what should…

Community Post: Buy One, Get One Free

My fondest memories of cheat codes and unlockable content are firmly rooted in the Playstation One era.  Video games had finally made the transition to disc-based media, and this upgrade provided developers with even more room to flex their creative muscles.  Fighting games featured hordes of hidden characters and modes.  Role-playing games became multi-disc epics;…

The Potential Future of Playstation’s Past

Ever since Sony acquired Gaikai from David Perry back in June of 2012, there has been speculation as to what the consumer electronics giant will do with the streaming service.  First thought to be a sort of upgrade to the Playstation 3, then assumed to be a cloud media server for the PS4, Sony’s president has…