SEGA is bringing a large line up of PS3 titles (both retail & digital) to PlayStation Now’s Subscription streaming service! The full list of games can be found below.

  • Alex Kidd in the Miracle World
  • Altered Beast
  • Comix Zone
  • Fighting Vipers
  • Golden Axe
  • Revenge of Shinobi
  • Sega Bass Fishing
  • Sonic Adventure
  • Sonic Adventure 2
  • Sonic the Fighters
  • Sonic Unleashed
  • Super Hang-on
  • Virtua Fighter 2

What is interesting about the list is that some SEGA games are already on the service (Sonic Generations & the Sonic 4 Episodes) but it’s great seeing other great SEGA games find homes on PlayStation Now Subscription. You can play these games if you have a subscription across many platforms (PS3, PS4, PS Vita, PC, etc).

Source: PlayStation Blog



Nintendo is infamous for it’s poor handling of the Metroid franchise over the past few years with games like Other M and Federation Force not appealing to the fan base that loves the series. Take into account how one of the most anticipated fan productions using the Metroid IP was taken down as well…..the relationship between Nintendo and it’s fans regarding Metroid is sour to say the least.

In a move that is a bit surprising, the publisher recently filed a declaration for the usage of the ‘Metroid: Other M’ trademark. What does this mean? It could imply a few things.

  • The Nintendo Switch is getting Ports or Virtual Console support for Wii software
  • Other M is getting a sequel
  • Nintendo is just defending a trademark they have the legal right to own

The idea of a sequel to Other M is a bit…..odd to me personally, as Other M is one of the most devise games in the entire Metroid franchise. Regarding core gameplay and design, it’s a okay action title that could be better but the game’s story was one of the worst plots I had the displeasure of watching. I would be open to a sequel it they fix the issues of the original but the trademark likely means a port/VC release is coming to the Switch at one point.

We will report more as further information comes out.

Source: NeoGaf


Back in the early 2000’s, Disney released a movie called ‘Stitch! The Movie’ and it followed characters many loved from the film ‘Lilo & Stitch’ in a new adventure. When the film ended, it teased at more stories to follow, leading to the release of ‘Lilo & Stitch: The Series’. Disney is trying this again with the release of the animated film ‘Tangled Before Ever After’ which in many cases follows in ‘Stitch! The Movie’ footsteps.

It tells an original story following Rapunzel after the events from the film ‘Tangled’ and see’s her going on another adventure. Disney released the first five minutes of the film (which will be airing on Disney Channel this month) on their official YouTube channel and it looks quite promising.

One thing I took note of is how the character’s match up with the film counterparts not only with their writing but also through the voice acting. The characters are voice by their movie counterparts for example. Animation is another thing that stood out, as it heavily mirrors the style seen in the Disney XD Series ‘Pen Zero: Part Time Hero’. This animation style/look matches up with the Tangled world quite well, so it’s a good fit.

You can learn more about the movie/TV series below via press release Disney put out within the video’s description.

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Cartoon Network is known for many things in recent years; kickstarting a new era of animation with shows like Adventure Time and Regular Show, restore fan favorite channel blocks like Toonami, and pushes for creative shows to fill up it’s line-up. Sadly the network has been on a decline recently with shows like Powerpuff Girls (2017) and Teen Titans GO getting more traction while legacy shows (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, etc) are either nearing their final seasons or outright finished things up.

New pilots for shows have been created and many have high hopes for some key ones like Lakewood Plaza Turbo and Infinity Train. One new pilot was shown recently and has been picked by Cartoon Network into become a full series in 2018. The show is called Summer Camp Island and it seems to follow the story of a young boy and his friend going to a summer camp where strange things are happening.

If you instantly thought ‘Gravity Falls’, the comparison seems justified somewhat as it does explore some odd subjects (characters talk about monsters and aliens invading). But what makes the pilot so interesting is it’s children’s book art style and more earthy coloring tones. The kids also sound quite young and it feels more down to earth.

I like what I saw with this pilot and I’m hopeful the show becomes a great series once it official airs in 2018. We will report more on this as further information comes out.



Let’s cut to the chase and say that this would be Sony’s biggest PS4 debut title overthrowing the crown from No Man’s Sky that is a console exclusive, Horizon: Zero Dawn takes that crown, competing fiercely against Zelda: Breath of the Wild as a new established title from Guerilla Games. Eurogamer’s Tom Philips also mentions that Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s majority of sales were on the Switch, by 78%, while the Wii U only gaining 22%, in which he notes that “the latter figure perhaps higher than expected”. You can have a look at the list below:

  1. Horizon: Zero Dawn
  2. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  3. Grand Theft Auto 5
  4. 1-2 Switch
  5. For Honor
  6. FIFA 17
  7. Super Bomberman R
  8. Rocket League
  9. Sniper Elite 4
  10. Battlefield 1
Source: Eurogamer



For those who just couldn’t handle the idea of waiting any further for a confirmation to have Bloodstained on the go on Nintendo’s ecosystem, look no further than the Switch confirmation obtained by Brian at Nintendo Everything. It has been revealed that the game is coming to the Switch via Nintendo’s European News feed that is viewable on the Switch hybrid itself. It was originally coming to the Wii U, but as we all know, the title won’t come until 2018, increasing the possibility of not being able to get the title on Wii U when it releases on other platforms.

You can see Bloodstained’s logo in the second to last column below, towards the middle. The graphic is similar to what was sent out a few days ago following the Nindies Showcase, but Bloodstained’s inclusion is new here.

Source: Nintendo Everything


With the release of The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U, Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some facts, secrets, Easter eggs and history of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. A Link Between Worlds was developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. It is the spiritual successor to the Super Nintendo classic The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Through our analysis of the game, its gameplay, and its beta builds, we aim to bring you the most interesting facts we can find.


NieR Automata is coming out soon and many are wondering if the final game is not only a great playing experience but also a stable one. With Platinum Games developing this title, the expectation for a well-running games is present and based off Digital Foundry’s findings, it’s solid.

The game runs at 900p/60FPS on base PS4 with it largely staying around 40-50FPS most of the time while the PlayStation 4 Pro not only gets 1080p resolution but also a more stable frame rate. Both versions are playable, but one thing that DF points out is how well the game shifts different gameplay styles within it’s engine but never having problems.

You could be fighting robots on the ground one moment but the next you are flying fighter jets in a top-down shooter section. It mixes things up (like the original NieR) but with Platinum Game’s on board for development, the glue holding things together is quite strong.


Breath of the Wild released for the Switch launch and many are enjoying it. But how does the finished game run? Many cited frame rate issues in demo builds across Wii U and Nintendo Switch in past press events, so the final release has some hopeful for better frame rates.

Digital Foundry found the answer and the end result is a bit surprising. The portable mode runs at a stable 30FPS with few dips but when docked it mirrors performance seen in the Wii U build of the game. This means that when you dock the Switch, you get frame rate dips into the 20’s when out in the field or when in large bunches of foliage.

The reasoning for this makes some sense; when in portable mode the game runs at 720p but when you dock it, the resolution boosts to 900p. A higher resolution could be straining the hardware and the end result is a lower base frame rate.