Michael’s back with a game that is very much unknown by most gamers for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Bloody Roar!
While we have a lot of great games to celebrate this holiday season, Hargosh reminds everyone that quite a few titles lately have been launched in less than complete stages, putting a bit of a wet blanket over the fun.
Sony has confirmed that its PlayStation Network, alongside the Sony Entertainment Network and Sony Online Entertainment, has been attacked by hackers for the second time. Around 93,000 accounts have been compromised, putting it on a much smaller scale than the PSN hack earlier this year. According to Sony, no credit card data was stolen and it will reimburse anyone if credit is debited from their account. In a statement Sony said, "As a preventative measure, we are requiring secure password resets for those PSN/SEN accounts that had both a sign-in ID and password match through this attempt. "If you are … Continue reading Hackers Hit PSN Again
The game Frequency was cast aside by many gamers amidst the holiday buzz of November 2001. The game was praised by many reviewers, deservingly so, but was lost not unlike games such as ICO. It featured a new spin on the Dance Dance Revolution and Parappa the Rapper-style games. The easy to learn, hard to master gameplay featured many popular artists, as well as some underground techno DJ’s. However, it succeeded well enough to spawn the sequel Amplitude that was released in March 2003. The game follows the same pattern that Frequency laid out: hit buttons to a beat to … Continue reading Marvelous Music Mayhem