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Review: Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

by Nazih Fareson October 23, 2015
For the past years, we got used to the fact that remastering titles does not add much, and are sometimes even completely botched missed. And here comes Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, Naughty Dog’s famous trilogy now fully enhanced by the work of Bluepoint Games, for the PlayStation 4. Bluepoint are not new on the scene, known for remastering titles such as […]
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Review: Grim Fandango Remastered

by Nazih Fareson January 30, 2015
In late 1998, Tim Schafer fine-tuned its latest game with Lucas Arts, Grim Fandango, one of the first 3D adventure games and probably his most personal. A black history with dense characters, less focused on laughter than Double Fine’s previous titles, which preferred word play, sweet tones and subtleties. Now sixteen years since the original […]
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Review: Sniper Elite III

by Nazih Fareson June 27, 2014
With the new generations of consoles, Rebellion is back, pursuing perfection in their hit series, known for intense infiltration and sniper skills: Sniper Elite III. The third installment (if you don’t count the offshoot Nazi Zombie whatever-it-was titles) comes out with rather interesting changes, including semi-open level designs, new mechanics and obviously, the return of the franchise […]

Four Reasons Indies Can’t Save the PlayStation Vita

by Mazen Abdallahon October 11, 2013
Oh look, another article on why the PlayStation Vita failed. Time to beat the dead horse some more, eh? In this case, that’s a double entendre, because the PlayStation Vita is about as successful as a dead horse in the portable race. My article is going after a more specific issue, which relates more to my interests […]
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Review: The Last of Us

by Nazih Fareson June 14, 2013
After the creation of an iconic character for both the PlayStation One and PlayStation 2 eras – Crash Bandicoot – PlayStation 3’s Nathan Drake three adventures, you would think that Naughty Dog would take a breather and rest on its laurel. Even with the launch of the first Uncharted, Naughty Dog has become a reference […]

PlayStation 4: Sony’s last hope for redemption

by Nazih Fareson April 27, 2013
“We need to really take a look at where we excel and make investments to make sure that we continue to excel in those areas that will manifest itself in exciting projects that will really wow our customers” confided Kazuo Hirai, Sony’s CEO since April 2012, and member of the board of Sony Computer Entertainment […]