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Sony PlayStation News Roundup-Game Awards Special

Antonia Haynes
This week’s roundup is going to be a little different due to the reveals and trailers we got from the Game Awards on Thursday night. We’ll have some more trailers than usual and we will be pushing our weekly indie game back to next week’s roundup. God of War Takes...
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The Not Red E Podcast Ep. 5: Not Red E Dead Redemption

Alex Aldridge
Heeeeeeeeere’s us! Yes, we are back from a house-moving, flu-suffering, computer-breaking hiatus, and we’re never leaving you again! This week, we’re talking mainly about Red Dead Redemption 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 but don’t you dare think that’s all we have to offer! The Alphabet of PlayStation...

A Retrospective Look at ‘Crash Bandicoot’ and Its Significance to the PlayStation Brand

Sebastian Cardone
At last year’s E3, Sony announced that their beloved character Crash Bandicoot was returning to PlayStation in the form of a remaster of the first three games that were originally developed by Naughty Dog. This was exciting to many people because Crash is a beloved icon of the original PlayStation...

The Growing Maturity of the Sony Brand

Craig Sharpe
It doesn’t take an industry expert to identify the reasons for Sony’s success in the current generation of gaming consoles. Microsoft may have shot themselves in the foot with their initial online-only reveal, but Sony certainly didn’t rest on its default laurels. Sure, Playstation’s first-party studios exceed that of Microsoft’s,...

‘Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy’: A Case Against Cosmetic Remakes

Maxwell N
Technically - and I mean that in terms of the technology - Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy looks pretty impressive when compared to the PlayStation originals. However, barring a couple of minor changes, “looks” are where the differences end; these games have received little more than a superficial do-over.
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The Return of the 3D Platformer

Patrick Webster
So…the 3D platformer. If there is one genre to influence the industry more, only to vanish into the void of history, it is the stomping ground of Mario, Sonic, Spyro and friends. Of course, Mario remains as full of life as he did 10 or 20 years ago, albeit jumping limply...

E3 2016 Video Series – Sony In Brief

Tim Brudenell
Sony began its E3 2016 press conference with something different: A full orchestra performing an epic, sweeping number. From there, it was all uphill. Unlike Microsoft’s conference, which seemed to go on forever, Sony’s conference was exactly what fans want, a press conference in which the publisher lets the games...
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E3 Day 2 Battle Royale

Chris Souza
Another successful day in E3 history! Several exciting announcements have been made and the future of VR has never looked so promising. Let’s take a deeper look into each conference to see what worked and what could have gone better. Feel free to click on the bolded words to view trailers...

Ideal Games To Play With Friends This Summer

Dan Chalkley
Fun, competitive video games are ideal to play in the summer break when the weather is bad and you are with your friends. The Rayman Raving Rabbids series consists of amusing party games, platform games and shooting games where you can compete against a friend or play solo. The mini-game...