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Stick it to the Man review


Stick it to the man is a hilarious, whacky, and enjoyable experience that harkens back to point and click games of old, but with less puzzles and more platforming. With its crazy cast of characters and interesting story, Stick it to the man is good fun.

PS store adds new indie section


For many the indie developers are the soul of gaming. Without them we would be missing many original, creative, and fun games that brighten up game collections. So it’s nice to see that Sony are giving the indie developers some extra exposure with their own section in the PlayStation store.

Disgaea 2 out on PSN dood!


Disgaea 2 is out on the PSN store. But what exactly is Disgaea?

Next Gen: Battle of the Online Services


At the dawn of this generation, Xbox Live ignited a revolution. In previous console generations, games were for the most part a lonely experience limited to yourself or a few local players, but this generation’s advancements have meant playing video games is now one of the most social experiences we can have at home.

Why Digital Distribution Trumps Physical Distribution


Over the last decade we’ve seen more and more mediums going digital. Most music is now pirated and bought online through services like itunes, and more recently streaming TV shows and Films through services like Netflix is becoming the norm. We are transitioning into an almost exclusively digital age, and gaming is inevitably next to go.

PlayStation store updates to v1.02


If you try to enter the PlayStation store right now, you will be greeted with a 26MB update.

Price wars: PSN vs Amazon


The GC Spotlight turns its ever invading beam to the direction of Sony’s PSN store. Can the PSN store beat the largest online retailer, Amazon, when it comes to game prices?

Sound Shapes review


Sound Shapes is PSVita’s newest gem. The downloadable music-making 2D platformer by Queasy Games is a unique and refreshing take on the music genre, and an excellent addition to Playstation’s Play, Create, Share collection.

5 things PS4 needs to win next gen


PS3 was off to a rocky start. The incredibly high loss on each system was devastating, as was the billions in R&D costs. The launch line-up was lackluster and the $600 “get a second job” price was ludicrous. SONY endured through the billions in losses caused by initial PS3 madness and has managed to take the brand back to profitability, but in the state they’re in now they need to of learned from their mistakes. The PS4 needs to be success.



Braid. How can something so simple be so complex?

Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time Review


Doc Clock: TTSoT is a platform puzzler that requires you to create vehicles to traverse the land. Released on the Wii and PC over a year ago, will it sit well on the PSN?

Escape Plan Review


Get those extra thumbs sewn on, you’ll need them.

Journey Review


We’ve been waiting for Journey for some time now with the hope it will be like thatothergame Flower, and it is. If you haven’t played Flower then you owe it to yourself to play it. Its unique, artistic take on a game was refreshing and absolutely genius. It is simple but atmospheric and contains moments that will stay lodged into your mind. It’s an experience rather than a game and I’m happy to say that they keep these traditions in their new game Journey.

MotorStorm RC Review


This isn’t MotorStorm at heart but still the same quality. We’ve booted up both the PSV & PS3 version and they are remarkably similar.