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PlayStation Now Welcomes Five New Games In March

Sony has announced a handful of titles that will be added to the PlayStation Now streaming subscription service in March.

The games are:

For more on PlayStation Now, check out the subscription and rental details, as well as the games added in February.

[Source: Official PlayStation Blog]


Our Take
Not some of PS3's finest, but at least Infamous 2 and Twisted Metal are solid titles. Announcing the titles per month makes for a nice PR event, but the service is going to have to add more than five a month to make a bigger splash. – The Feed

Crystal Dynamics Formally Welcomes Nate Wells And Tore Blystad

In early December 2014, we reported that former Naughty Dog employee Nate Wells had joined Crystal Dynamics as an art director. Today, the studio has posted an official welcome to Wells and another new staff member, Tore Blystad.

In addition to serving as lead artist on The Last of Us, Wells is credited on BioShock and BioShock Infinite. He’s also the person you can thank for the original concept art of the lumbering Big Daddy. He's signed on as environmental art director.

Tore Blystad has changed studios, but he isn’t a stranger to Square Enix. Prior to joining Crystal Dynamics as performance director, Blystad spent 10 years at Hitman developer IO Interactive.

Square Enix says that both are working currently on Rise of the Tomb Raider. You can read more about that in our coverage hub for the current issue.

[Source: Square Enix]


Our Take
These are two great hires for Crystal Dynamics. Both will be putting their marks on Rise of the Tomb Raider, and given the success of previous titles, that's quite a good thing. – The Feed

The Long Dark welcomes 250K survivors, January update to nearly double size of wilderness

The Long Dark, Hinterland Studios’ Northern woods survival simulator that’s currently in Early Access, has surpassed 250,000 sales since launching on Steam’s service on September 22. Unfortunately, the life expectancy for its inhabitants isn’t very l…
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Tomodachi Life welcomes 1 million Miis in Europe

One million Miis in Europe have found a new, bizarre home in Tomodachi Life, Nintendo’s quirky apartment complex simulator that hosts strange social interactions with relish. Nintendo of Europe celebrated the sales milestone earlier this week by twee…
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Titanfall Deluxe Edition welcomes new pilots to the fight

Publisher EA has announced that giant robot-pocked shooter Titanfall is being re-released alongside all of its DLC map packs in a bundle dubbed the Titanfall Deluxe Edition.

Exclusive to the PC and Xbox One, the $ 40 Titanfall Deluxe Edition includes…
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Eerie trailer welcomes Crawl to Steam Early Access

Having survived a brief delay, Powerhoof’s Crawl arrives on Steam Early Access alongside the most melodramatic trailer you’ll see today.

In keeping with its title, Crawl is a multiplayer dungeon crawl that casts one player as the heroic human and…
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Microsoft welcomes Madden 15 with dedicated Xbox One bundle

Just in time for the debut of Madden 15, Microsoft has unveiled an Xbox One bundle focused on the latest edition of EA’s annual football sim.

Slated to debut alongside Madden 15 on August 26, the Xbox One Madden NFL 15 bundle includes a console, a…
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New Pokemon trailer welcomes you back to the Hoenn Region

It’s been over a decade since players first set foot into the long grass of the Hoenn Region, but Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon Omega Ruby promise to offer a wholly new adventure, full of novel Pokemon, Mega Evolutions and excuses to catch ‘em…
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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate welcomes you to the jungle

According to 1994′s Ice-T tour de force Surviving The Game, the most dangerous game is man, but this new Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate trailer presents a convincing argument that the most dangerous game is, in fact, gigantic carnivorous…
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Standalone Company of Heroes 2 add-on welcomes new troops in June

Hoping to draw more virtual commanders to the online battlefields of World War 2 strategy hit Company of Heroes 2, publisher Sega has announced a standalone multiplayer version of the game that will make it easier than ever to join the fight.

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