Articles with Sony tag
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The Pros and Cons of Emulating Illegally Acquired ROMs

We've probably all revisited an old game from our past at one point or another, to reminisce to simpler times, indulge feelings of nostalgia or to share a game that means something to us with our children or loved ones. Remasters are popular for the very same reason, they give us reasons to go back a relive an experience that once gave us joy.We all have different tastes and experiences and because of that, have played different games over our years - some of these could have been rare or abandoned titles that have no accessible presence in the modern world.

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The History of Rockstar & How Their Games Began

We all know the Rockstar name, logo and the various larger than life video games they’ve brought to us over the years, but with such a long, deep and in some places, complicated history – how many of you know how it all began and how it became it be?Rockstar, the publisher behind the studios that brought us titles in series such as Grand Theft Auto, Midnight Club, Max Payne, Manhunt, Red Dead, Bully and L.A. Noire (many of which were born from once independent development teams) – has a rich history, and we’re here to tell it the best we

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E3 The Conferences - Sony Playstation

Closing the conference schedule was Playstation's offering or, as they now call it, their E3 Media Showcase. Despite some technical difficulties, on Twitch at least, what was shown was strong. And this was "all about the games" once again, with no presentations by developers, only Shaun Layton appearing to welcome everyone and close out. But what was shown?Kicking off the show was a triple header, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds and a gameplay trailer of Days Gone. Showing off using the environment to work in your favor there was, unfortunately, no release date given.Monster Hunter World,

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Call of Cthulhu, Street Fighter, Darkspore, SonyVR and Hololens News

Call of Cthulhu Game to be Released Next YearThe infamous tales from H.P. Lovecraft’s world of horror will be recreated as a video game, namely that of Cthulhu, with Cyanide Studios and Focus Home Interactive bringing just that on 2017. Focus originally teamed up with Sherlock Holmes developer Frogwares to announce the project through a bunch of concept art, though the title went silent for two years. The project seems to be resparked though, as Tech Times notes that it will be “based on the long-running pen and paper RPG of the same name.” “On a mission to find the truth