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Early Details On Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified

E3 2012 is officially in the books and it’s only just now that Activision has decided to release the first, albeit sparse, details on Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified.  The debut of the CoD franchise on the PlayStation Vita, Black Ops Declassified could’ve been a huge moment for both Sony and Activision at E3 but for some reason both companies decided to downplay the game and effectively break the hearts of Vita owners and CoD fans.

Spy Hunter Gets Rebooted Yet Again

Yet another classic video game franchise is being resurrected but this time it’s one of the few games out there that deserves to get a new iteration as opposed to a needless remake that’s as pointless as remaking Star Wars.  After getting updated to fit the modern tastes of gamers nearly a decade ago, WB Interactive has decided to give the Spy Hunter franchise another shot in a new entry bound for the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS.

Criterion (Burnout, Need for Speed) Working On PlayStation Vita Game

The past two months have been extremely painful if you’re a PlayStation Vita owner since the offerings on the platform have been slim.  There’s always a post-launch dry spell, but for some reason it seems a bit tougher for the Vita seeing as how the system got off to a good start with the release of games such as Wipeout, Uncharted, and Lumines yet here we are with nothing to entice us.   Core Vita gamers have been doing their best to stay patient despite starving for goodness to keep them entertained.

Behold Soul Sacrifice, The New Game From Keiji Inafune For The PlayStation Vita

The man who left Capcom and went on to drop some truth bombs is back with a project that could resurrect interest in the PlayStation Vita. I’m of course referring to Keiji Inafune, who since leaving Capcom in 2010 has stayed low while he continued to critique the Japanese development community and doing some small projects via Intercept and Comcept - his new studios.

Story Excerpt Leaked From Next Killzone Game [Rumor]

The first of many pre-E3 leaks from Sony may have begun with news pertaining to the next Killzone entry.  The Killzone series is returning in some fashion or another and some details have leaked involving a promo video for the game – which as of now features more Helghan intrigue and hopefully will be light on the Rico action.  

Sega Reveals More Kart Based Action With Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed

Good news has come out from Sega today as the company officially unveiled Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, the follow-up to the slightly underrated Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. To some people it may not be terribly exciting that we’re receiving another edition of what has been dubbed by some as “Sonic & His Shitty Friends Racing”, but I for one am really excited about the sequel and so far it seems to be hitting the right chords amongst the core Sega fanbase.

Ken Levine Provides A Not So Great Update On BioShock For The PlayStation Vita

It was nearly a year ago that Sony surprised us during their E3 conference with one announcement: BioShock would be arriving on the PlayStation Vita. The impact of such announcement was made that more impactful as none other than Ken Levine, the head of Irrational Games and creator of the BioShock series, made the reveal.  

First Multiplayer Footage Of Resistance: Burning Skies Looks Good

If there was one game this gen that was a bit underrated in the multiplayer department it was Resistance.  Far before gamers became infatuated with Perks and doing mass kill streaks to unlock special abilities, the first Resistance game presented an incredibly balanced and fun multiplayer mode in which I honestly sunk too much time into. Seriously, I don’t want to think of how many hours I spent playing Resistance online as it would honestly seem absurd but in the end my dedication to the game was because I loved it.

Sony Computer Entertainment Finally Restructures Japanese Branch, The Last Guardian Still M.I.A.

For the past few years Sony Computer Entertainment has made some nice moves as a company by acquiring talent like Sucker Punch (Infamous) in addition to pushing 1st party games in new and interesting directions.  Back in the day this push for innovative 1st party games rang true as well, but this generation the shift went from Japan as being the primary source to Western developers being responsible for the more imaginative games Sony released.

Ready at Dawn (God of War PSP Developer) Reveals Future Plans

There may or may not be a God of War game on the PlayStation Vita but one thing that is for sure is that developer Ready at Dawn won’t be at the helm.  The studio responsible for the PSP entries in the God of War series has revealed that they will be skipping the God of War series for something much better: a game on an unannounced next-gen platform. I think it’s time to cue the next-gen PlayStation launch game alarm since RAD is rather chummy with Sony.

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