Bloodborne, like other From Software games, is all about cheesing the system. If you find a way to kill a boss without dying, even if it seems lame, it's a winner. However, not all cheating feels right - part of the enjoyment of the game is working hard for even the smallest successes. If that sounds like too much work for you, here is a duplication glitch for unlimited blood echoes.
Bloodborne is still so new and there is a lot to discover. What I like is that FromSoftware didn't just give us a full rundown of everything - it's been up to the community to discover new mechanics and elements. The latest one might just kill you even more; the game can get even harder without going into New Game Plus.
Bloodborne has released and is getting a ton of praise. As a PS4 exclusive, many people are wondering if this is a reason to buy the console. Of course, it takes more than one exclusive to ship a console, so here're all the ones that have been released and gotten love.
The PlayStation 4 is about to benefit from a visit to the men's health clinic. That's right, all new firmware is on its way and aims to please you. Beyond allowing you to suspend gameplay, there'a an all new feature previous unconfirmed or announced that no one cared about but now everyone will want.
Broken Age, the incredible adventure game that spawned from an equally incredible $3.3 million Kickstarter, has had fans waiting for a conclusion for months. The very first act for this Tim Schafer-led point-and-click adventure launched last year, and its concluding piece has been missing for ages now. But no more, because Act 2 finally has a release date – as well as some new launch platforms.
Grand Theft Auto V is a technical marvel on old hardware, but shines especially bright on current-gen consoles. The frame rate is noticeable better, textures are sharper and the world generally feels more alive. There are hiccups here and there, and Rockstar are constantly working on patches to rectify these technical issues. Too bad these optimisations are sacrificing some of the overall sheen the game has.
Looks like Ubisoft’s cops and robbers games will be making a hard right for beta territory later this year.
It’s almost the end of the month. Soon, we won’t be dining on cheap dog food! Nope, it’ll be gourmet canned dog food for a week or two! Ha! Still, you may have a few bucks left to spare. You could be kind and give said cash to a charity. Or you could not waste your cash and spend it on yourself instead, because it’s not like you’re getting anything tangible in return from those damn orphans. Fortunately, there’s a PSN flash sale. So buy. Spend. CONSUME!
Bloodborne is coming this week, and it’s already got fans of legendary studio FromSoftware’s fans rabid with anticipation. Take it from us, this game is as gorgeous as it is brutal and unforgiving. To celebrate its impending release, we’re giving away a copy of the game, along with a few other baubles, to one lucky winner. .
Bloodborne is less than a week away and it's the first console exclusive that I'm seriously excited for- Bloodborne looks like it will be worth buying a PS4. And now I have some shiny new screens, info and videos for you.
I reviewed Helldivers not so long ago. In fact, the game only released at the beginning of this month. I'm still playing it, which says something considering my backlog, and it's become my go to game when I'm not busy with a review title. Now it's getting DLC, and I'm not convinced.
There is no disputing that PlayStation is Sony's all-in-one saving grace when it comes to balancing the books. Out of all the departments Sony has their fingers in, PlayStation consistently outdoes itself, and the PS4 in particular has been breaking internal forecasts all over the place. And forget the initial launch rush, because a year later PlayStation managed to outdo itself once again.
We’re living in a digital-driven age, where more and more of our purchases are made online with details that are stored somewhere on a server we hope is secure. There are, of course, various ways to ensure this information stays safe, but no matter how much security there is a system is always vulnerable to attack. In those cases, it’s great to have good customer service to fall back on, so that any collateral damage is dealt with. It’s that last step where Sony is falling so very short.
March is the month of Bloodborne. I love the mix of horror with the brutality that only From Software can bring. The game looks punishing and rewarding, with that perfect neo-Victorian aesthetic that always gets me hyped up. Edge got a whole bunch of hours with the game so that they could review it, but even that was enough for a review. But at least we got more info about the game.
The PS4 has been in need of a major update for a while, and this week brought around a wealth of new rumours regarding the big 2.50 update that should be out in a few weeks. Considering they were all rumours, it’s tough to try a separate the real from the fictional features, although the majority of them from the beta notes at least sounded rather plausible. And it’s those that Sony has just confirmed will be arriving with the update.