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Jak & Daxter dropped ten years ago. Yes, you're either thinking back on that reminiscing on your childhood, or you just got really depressed. Either way, this is your reminder that The Jak & Daxter Collection is around the corner. What you're watching is a quick rundown of Jak III and Jak III in glistening 720p, complete with audio commentary from associate producer Victor Harris from Sony Computer Entertainment America.
With the general “music game fatigue” going on with gamers, approaching from a different angle is a dev’s best bet. Enter JAM Live Music Arcade, the XBLA/PSN title that reduces the band from five members to one…
Five minutes into this prequel to the forthcoming sci-fi flick and we feel like we’re in one of the year’s most generic games. As we step off our transport into the alien planet Pandora, all the elements are in place for a generic third-person shooter. Main character who's a stoic military type with a crew cut: check. NPCs we have to seek out for missions: Oh yeah. A 40 foot monster that looks like a mad scientist has forced a hammerhead
Jimmie Johnson is a superstar NASCAR driver – he's the only person to ever win five consecutive Sprint Cup championships, and he's considered hands-down to be the greatest NASCAR driver of the past decade. The highest racing pedigree in the world doesn't automatically mean a game with his name on it will meet the same quality standards he's set for his own career, but from what we've seen so far, Anything with an Engine's NASCAR-meets-Mario-Kart approach looks promising...
Joe Danger is a game you need to know about. And if you do know about it, you need to know more. We've been following its progress at new indie dev Hello Games for quite a while now, and every time we play it, it just gets better.
A bright, funny, and very clever hybrid of platformer, racer, stunt trial and sandbox toy set, it's one of the most rewarding and imaginative download games we've played in a very long time. It's due for release on the PSN this June, and having recently spent a lot of time with the latest build, we're giddy with excitement. Hello say they want to 'make games that will put a stoopid grin on your face'. So far, we reckon they're succeeding. Here's why...
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