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Cel Damage HD Coming to PS4, PS3, Vita
For those of you longing for the good old days of Twisted Metal and Vigilante 8’s vehicular carnage are in for a treat in the form of Cel Damage HD.
Finish Line Games, the developer behind the HD re-release, announced the project today, which will bring nostalgic gamers back to the cel-shaded, vehicular combat mayhem that we were first treated to in the early days of the GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2.
Cel Damage HD will be coming the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita as a cross-buy title this April.
Under the radar, Nintendo went ahead and released the most popular Mother game on the Wii U Virtual Console for only $9.99. Grab it now!
Sharing Steam games coming soon?
With all of the news about DRM and sharing your games everywhere with Microsoft’s screw up, Sony’s digs, and Microsoft’s 180, it seems like Steam decided to (possibly) try something new!
In the source code of the new beta version of Steam, there is something called “Shared game library,” while it’s not very clear as to what that is, it suggests you’ll be able to let your friends play games when you’re not playing them, and you won’t have access to them when they are playing. With most new Steam features though, there’ll probably only be a few titles in the beginning that’ll take advantage of this feature.
Even though this is exciting news for PC gamers, we don’t want you to get your hopes up. This is a beta version of the software and can be removed or be something totally different in the end. We’ll keep you updated!
Sony Announce Metal Gear Solid: Legacy for PS3
Exclusive to the PS3, Konami and Kojima Studios partnered with Sony to reveal an exclusive for the PS3 titled Metal Gear Solid: Legacy. It contains eight full games- Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2, Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2: HD Edition, Metal Gear Solid 3: HD Edition, Metal Gear Solid 4, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition, and Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions. Not only that, but it will include two Ashley Wood Bande Desinee graphic novels that have never been released in North America or Latin America before. Still not convinced? How about the inclusion of a 100 page artbook?
All of this for $49.99. You can pre-order it on Amazon and other retailers.
Fire Emblem: Awakening’s latest DLC release Summer Scramble lets players see a selection of characters in their swimwear, but in the case of Tharja, Nintendo of America decided it didn’t want to show too much of the Dark Mage.
Meanwhile in Japan, Nintendo has no problems with allowing licensees to create these lewd Tharja figures. At least the company didn’t edit this out, which is what everyone really wanted from the Summer Scramble DLC: