ATLUS reveals Persona 3 and Persona 5 beat rhythm games for 2019

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ATLUS USA has revealed that Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight will launch in North America and Europe in early 2019 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

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Sony has officially ended physical games for the PlayStation Vita


After several rocky years, Sony is finally shutting down physical production of PlayStation Vita games. Now is better than ever if you want to grab those last few copies of the Danganronpa and Persona 4 Golden copies on the market.

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Sony’s PlayStation Golden Week Sale is live


Japan’s national holiday week has begun, which means Sony has some great savings for PlayStation users, which include discounts up to 70% (80% for PS+ Subscribers) off of some of the best games, movies, and shows.

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Bloodborne Headlines March’s 2018 PS+ Offers, PS3 and Vita Support Ending


With March just around the corner, along with our favorite time of the year – Spring – we’re getting ready for some of the best games in the world. Starting next week, our latest offers for PlayStation Plus will launch on Tuesday morning. Along with our PlayStation Plus offers for next month, users will be able to add both smash-hit titles Bloodborne as well as the 2017 remake of Ratchet & Clank.

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Dungeon Crawler ‘The Lost Child’ Set to Head West in 2018

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Officially announced last year by NIS America for a release in the west, the company has revealed during a press event today that The Lost Child is set to head to western countries this summer for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita via the PlayStation Store.

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PlayStation Network is Officially Down Confirms the PSN Status Page



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 If there’s anything gamers, streamers, and game journalists want to hear, it’s that the service they depend on being available isn’t actually available. Just shortly ago, we’d been tipped off by a few readers and our own attempts to log into the service, that PlayStation Network is currently available.

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February’s PS+ Games Potentially Leaked Ahead of Launch


In the past few months, Sony has been hard at work giving us some of the best PlayStation Plus offers there have been to date. Last month we saw a pretty healthy serving of our free-to-play titles as long as we keep our membership free. Among these smash-hit titles. In January we got a healthy serving of Batman: The Telltale SeriesDeus Ex: Mankind DividedStarBlood Arena, Sacred 3, and Uncanny Valley, The Book of Unwritten Tales.

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Dragon’s Crown Pro is Headed West in 2018


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Leaked last week for release in North America, Atlus and Vanillaware have confirmed that their 2013 smash-hit 2-d hack and slasher is headed to North America on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 pro in 2018.

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Review: SUPERBEAT XONiC – Dropping the Beat on the Switch


+Performs extremely well on the Nintendo Switch
+68 tracks for players to enjoy
+Very intuitive controls that are learned by playing the game continually
+Extremely rewarding no matter what you do

-Can be overwhelming from time-to-time for players new to beat rhythm titles
-Tutorials themselves are quite punishing for players at first
-Switch controller thumbsticks do not play nicely with the games thumbstick requirements

I’ve always been a fan of beat rhythm games. I first got my start at playing dance rhythm and beat rhythm titles in March of 1999 thanks to Dance Dance Revolution, or as it is lovingly called, DDR. I’ve invested in games such as Deemo, Guitar HeroJust Dance, and even Rock Band. But something was always missing. Something that was fun, portable, and highly enjoyable to play.

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Sony is Now Rewarding Trophy Hunters on PlayStation Network


Are you a trophy hunter? Have you ever wondered if you would get rewarded for being a trophy hunter? If you are or you want to become one, Sony isn’t going to hold you back from doing so, and they actually want you to do something with them. Something quite fun, but they require you to actually create a Sony Rewards account and linking it to your active PlayStation Network account.

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