Playstation Store Update January 5, 2015

 Playstation Store Update January 5, 2015

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 PlayStation Store Deals (Sale Price, PlayStation Plus Price)

  • Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition (PS4) – $7.50
  • Abyss Odyssey (PS3) – $7.50
  • Back to Bed Game & Dynamic Theme Bundle (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – $8.99, $5.99
  • Dead or Alive 5: Last Round ‘Last Getaway Premier Set + Female Fighters’ (PS4) – $42.07
  • Dead or Alive 5: Last Round ‘Last Getaway Premier Set + Female Fighters’ (PS3) – $42.07
  • Rock of Ages (PS3) – $3.00
  • The Last Tinker: City of Colors Game and Theme Bundle (PS4) – $9.85, $6.96

Recent Price Drops

  • Grand Theft Auto V & Bull Shark Cash Card Bundle (PS4) – $69.99
  • Grand Theft Auto V & Bull Shark Cash Card Bundle (PS3) – $69.99
  • Grand Theft Auto V & Great White Shark Cash Card Bundle (PS4) -$79.99
  • Grand Theft Auto V & Great White Shark Cash Card Bundle (PS3) -$79.99
  • NASCAR 15 Victory Edition (PS3) – $9.99

January’s PlayStation Plus Lineup

  • Grim Fandango Remastered (PS4, PS Vita) – 4.2GB
  • Hardware: Rivals (PS4) – 3.1GB
  • Dragon Age: Origins (PS3) – 11.3GB
  • Medal of Honor: Warfighter (PS3) – 11.6GB
  • Legends of War: Patton (PS Vita) – 1.2GB
  • Nihilumbra (PS Vita) – 340MB

PlayStation Store Sales: January 5 – 12, 2016

Pre-orders

  • Battleborn ($59.99)
  • Dead Star ($14.99)
  • EA SPORTS™ UFC® 2 ($59.99)
  • EA SPORTS™ UFC® 2 Deluxe Edition ($96.99)
  • LEGO® Marvel’s Avengers ($59.99)
  • LEGO® Marvel’s Avengers Deluxe Edition ($69.99)
  • MLB® The Show 16™ ($59.99)
  • MLB® The Show 16™ – MVP Edition ($99.99)
  • MLB® The Show 16™ – Digital Deluxe ($99.99)
  • Plants vs. Zombies™ Garden Warfare 2: Deluxe Edition ($69.99)
  • Ratchet & Clank™ ($39.99)
  • Resident Evil 0 ($19.99)
  • Street Fighter® V ($59.99)
  • Sword Coast Legends™ ($34.99)
  • Sword Coast Legends™ Digital Deluxe Edition ($59.99)
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division™ ($59.99)
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division™ Gold Edition ($99.99)
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End ($59.99)
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Digital Deluxe Edition ($79.99)
  • Unravel ($19.99)

PS4 Games

  • ACT IT OUT! A Game of Charades ($14.99)
  • Amplitude ($19.99)
  • Assassin’s Creed® Syndicate: Bonus Helix Edition ($59.99)
  • Hardware™: Rivals ($19.99/PS+ Free)
  • TOM CLANCY’S RAINBOW SIX SIEGE DIGITAL PLUS EDITION ($59.99)
  • Rebel Galaxy ($19.99)
  • Super Toy Cars ($9.99)
  • World of Tanks – Founder’s Pack 1 ($15.99)

PS Vita Games

  • A Virus Named Tom ($9.99)
  • Volume (Out on 1/6) ($19.99)

PS4 Add-ons

Just Cause 3

  • Capstone Bloodhound RPG ($2.49)
  • Combat Buggy ($1.99)
  • Final Argument Sniper Rifle ($2.49)
  • Mini-gun Racing Boat ($1.99)
  • Rocket Launcher Sports Car ($1.99)

Rocksmith 2014

  • Asia – Heat of the Moment ($2.99)
  • Semisonic – Closing Time ($2.99)
  • Wild Cherry – Play That Funky Music ($2.99)
  • Wolfmother – Woman ($2.99)

PS3 Add-ons

Rocksmith 2014

  • Asia – Heat of the Moment ($2.99)
  • Semisonic – Closing Time ($2.99)
  • Wild Cherry – Play That Funky Music ($2.99)
  • Wolfmother – Woman ($2.99)

The Legend Of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel

  • Alisa’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Crow’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Elliot’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Emma’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Fie’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Gaius’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Jusis’ Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Laura’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Machia’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Millium’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Rean’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)

PS Vita Add-ons

The Legend Of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel

  • Alisa’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Crow’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Elliot’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Emma’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Fie’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Gaius’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Jusis’ Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Laura’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Machia’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Millium’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)
  • Rean’s Casual Clothes ($1.99)

Themes

Console Theme Price
PS4 2016 Puppies Calendar Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 2016 Vineyard Calendar Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 Amplitude OS Theme $2.99
PS4 Audio Theme Series – Beautiful Stars And Galaxy $2.99
PS4 Audio Theme Series – Peace $2.99
PS4 Audio Theme Series – Rotating Galaxy $2.99
PS4 Dynamite Entertainment: Athena Theme Spear $2.99
PS4 Illuminated City 2 Dynamic Theme $2.99
PS4 Twist Shot Dynamic Theme $2.99
PS Vita Age Of Heroes Theme $2.99
PS Vita Paradigm Shift Theme $2.99

Avatars

Console Avatar Price
PS4 2015 Nissan GT-R Avatar $1.49
PS4 Amanda Girl Zombie Avatar $1.49
PS4 Avatar USA Skull $1.49
PS4 Blazerush – Beast Avatar $2.99
PS4 Bones V1 Avatar $1.49
PS4 Caped Death Dealer Avatar $1.49
PS4 Gamers Avatar $0.99
PS4 Horror 2 Avatar $0.99
PS4 Life Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Anaheim Ducks Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Arizona Coyotes Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Boston Bruins Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Buffalo Sabres Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Calgary Flames Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Carolina Hurricanes Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Chicago Blackhawks Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Colorado Avalanche Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Columbus Blue Jackets Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Dallas Stars Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Detroit Red Wings Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Edmonton Oilers Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Florida Panthers Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Los Angeles Kings Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Minnesota Wild Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Montreal Canadiens Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Nashville Predators Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: New Jersey Devils Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: New York Islanders Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: New York Rangers Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Ottawa Senators Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Philadelphia Flyers Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: San Jose Sharks Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: St. Louis Blues Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Tampa Bay Lightning Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Toronto Maple Leafs Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Vancouver Canucks Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Washington Capitals Avatar $0.99
PS4 NHL: Winnipeg Jets Avatar $0.99
PS4 Trust Avatar $0.99
PS4 Weird Avatar
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Biggest Wii U Games of 2016 (so far)

Biggest Wii U Games of 2016 (so far)

Wii U Exclusives to be looking forward to play in 2016

While waiting for the Nintendo NX  announcement this year, we have a list of Wii U games to keep you busy for 2016. The Wii U has a bucnh of Exclusives this year and this is just the list so far.

  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD – 2016
  • Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem – 2016
  • Pokken Tournament – Spring 2016
  • Star Fox Zero – April 2016
  • The Legend of Zelda Wii U – 2016
  • Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games – 2016
  • Project Guard / Project Giant Robot – 2016
  • Shantae: Half-Genie Hero – 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Biggest PS4 Games of 2016(so far)

Biggest PS4 Games of 2016 (so far)

Game to look for this year for your PS4

Here is a list of the known exclusives for PS4 so far. Remember this is just the exclusives, not all of the games of 2016.

  • Persona 5 – Summer 2016
  • Horizon: Zero Dawn – 2016
  • Uncharted 4 – April 2016
  • The Last Guardian – 2016
  • Gran Turismo Sport – 2016
  • Gravity Rush 2 – 2016
  • Gravity Rush Remastered – Feb 2016
  • Ratchet and Clank – 2016
  • The Tomorrow Children – 2016
  • Drawn to Death – 2016
  • Dreams – 2016
  • Street Fighter 5 – February 2016
  • Firewatch – February 2016
  • What Remains of Edith Finch – 2016
  • Shadow of the Beast – 2016
  • Boundless – 2016
  • Nier Automata – 2016
  • Alienation – 2016
  • Hellblade – 2016
  • Paragon – 2016
  • The Witness – 2016
  • No Man’s Sky – 2016


Biggest Xbox One Games of 2016 (so far)

Biggest Xbox One Games of 2016 (so far)

Games to look forward to for Xbox One this year

Here are the”exclusive titles” Microsoft has announced (“so far”). It also promises “even more updates to all versions of Minecraft in 2016”:

  • Gears of War 4 (Xbox One) – Multiplayer Beta in Spring 2016/Launch in Fall 2016
  • Quantum Break (Xbox One) – April 5, 2016
  • Halo Wars 2 (Xbox One & Windows 10) – Fall 2016
  • Crackdown 3 (Xbox One) – Multiplayer in Summer 2016
  • Fable Legends Open Beta (Xbox One & Windows 10) – Spring 2016
  • ReCore (Xbox One & Windows 10) – 2016
  • Sea of Thieves (Xbox One & Windows 10) – 2016
  • Gigantic (Xbox One & Windows 10) – 2016
  • Killer Instinct: Season 3 (Xbox One & Windows 10) – March 2016
  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition (Windows 10) – Spring 2016
  • Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (Xbox One & Windows 10) – Spring 2016
  • Cobalt (Xbox One, Xbox 360 & Steam) – Feb. 2, 2016
  • Cuphead (Xbox One, Windows 10) – 2016

 
 

UNDED’s Game of the Year picks

UNDED’s Game of the Year picks
by UNDED

UNDED’s Top Games of 2015

2015 was a busy year for gaming. Raven Software, who developed Marvel Ultimate Alliance,celebrated their 25th anniversary, Nintendo announced a new console codenamed NX, and Hideo Kojima finally started his own goddamn studio. Gamers have been keeping themselves busy playing all the great games that came out this year, and as such we’ve each picked our own game of the year, sometimes with friends. Don’t look at me like that, it’s only natural. You’re mama told you about this when you were young. These are my picks for Game of the Year of each genre, the last of which winning the number one spot.

Fighting
Mortal Kombat X
I originally bought it just to show a college professor the dangers of getting hyped about a game and buying DLC before even knowing if you’d like the base game (my wallet suffered immensely), but MKX turned out to be the best fighter I played all year. Not that I’m much of a fighting game kinda guy, but I couldn’t put this down until I had put the single player through my own fatality.

First Person Shooter
Call of Duty Black Ops 3
I used to be really heavy into Call of Duty during the last generation. This generation though, Call of Duty took a back seat for me. Instead I’ve been playing inappropriate amounts of Halo 5, it almost made my list, that is, until I Redboxed Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and fell in love all over again. Say what you will, but no other first person shooter is nearly as stable and reliable is this.

RPG
The Witcher 3
The absolute most expansive game on this list, I knew as soon as I got past the first area that The Witcher3 was going to be large. Skyrimlarge. Economic disaster large. The kind of large they only use to describe your mom. Behind my review for this game there is a sad tale of loss as I had to trade it in for another game needed for review, but I will return Geralt. I will return.

Action/Adventure
Dying Light
Hesitant to even start this game because of how unsettling Dead Island left me, the urge to kill zombies was too strong. Not only is the combat fun and impressive to watch (hit a zombie in the head with a baseball bat and see what I mean), but the new parkour elements were fun to watch, and helpful during combat.

Racing
 Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious
A downloadable title that released FREE for its first week on the store, I picked this baby up expecting to hate it. Quite the contrary, F&F sucked me in like oxygen into a tweaked block, over the manifold, under a hose barb adapter, jerked off onto a crankshaft, and out the engine diaper. I think. I don’t know anything about cars. I assume that’s a thing. Don’t look at me.

Indie Title
Resident Evil Revelations 2
Although it may not be considered an indie title, it was far from a triple-A release. Releasing episodically at $6 a piece for 5 episodes, minus the first episode which is free, Resident Evil Revelation 2 is a great game to have in your collection. The combat is fluid, and straddles both action and stealth. A big winning point for me is that unlike Telltale, Capcom released all the episodes, within months of each other.

Open World
Mad Max
Probably the most casual on this list, never have I felt able to jump into a triple-A title without having to know the story. Not exactly a movie licensed game, nor a stand-alone title, Mad Max tries to cover both the movie world and its own and in the process makes for a story that you will not need to pay attention to. Log on, and use your car’s grapple hook to throw people across the wasteland. That is all.

GAME OF THE YEAR
Assassins Creed Chronicles: China
This game came out of left field for me. What I thought would be a Ninja Scroll rip off turned out to be a pretty impressive, original title. The standard Assassins Creed lore isn’t here much, and I like that. The game focuses solely on stealth gameplay whereas the console releases include fighting mechanics as well. Chinastarted out simple enough, but before long I had a huge arsenal of weapons and more options than I could think of to get through levels. I was immediately swooned. I reviewed 10 games this year, each one giving me a different experience in different genres, and Assassins Creed China rightfully beat them all out.

Well those were my games of the year. I hope you enjoyed reading them. Originally I was hoping to write about each of New Challengers Gaming crews’ games of the year, but everyone settled on Fallout 4, Stella being the only one with an original opinion and sticking to her guns on Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX. I would have loved to give Game of the Year to Fallout 4, but it’s always demanding my time, looking at me dirty me when I play other games, and all around too goddamn big to support its own weight. Just like your mom. 

Uncle Ed
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