Tagged:  Sony


TMG-307 The Curious Life of a Gaming Handheld

Written by (@leftybrown) on August 4, 2013 in Married Gamers Podcast, Podcasts

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This week Chris and Kelly Brown delve into the curious life of the gaming handhelds, the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita. They are joined by Some Other Castle podcaster, Elaine Stryker, to discuss the benefits and challenges of both handheld platforms. They also discuss the great games available on both devices. All this plus our… Read More »


What I Want From E3 2013

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on June 4, 2013 in Opinion

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I have been watching the Electronic Entertainment Expo for a number of years, basically since I got back into gaming in the mid-2000’s. E3 is, for most fans of video games, the equivalent to the Super Bowl. It’s a time to make crazy predictions, decide who the “winner” was and who the losers are. It’s… Read More »


TMG-288 The Case of the Invisible Console

Written by (@leftybrown) on February 24, 2013 in Married Gamers Podcast

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This week Sony announced their new console, the PlayStation 4….but they didn’t actually SHOW the console. Chris and Kelly give their impressions of the announcement in addition to The Week in Geek, Spin the Wheel, and more! All this in episode 288 of The Married Gamers. You can now see Show Notes for TMG-288 via… Read More »

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Beta Fight Hades

Let The PlayStation All-Stars Battle Beta Begin

Written by (@pwncess074) on October 18, 2012 in News

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Looking for something to occupy your time and PlayStation Vita with until Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation comes out? Well SuperBot Entertainment has got you covered. As of October 16, the early access public beta for their new Super Smash Bros style fighting game, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, began for PS Vita owners and PlayStation 3… Read More »


TMG-259 Looking Back

Written by (@leftybrown) on June 17, 2012 in Married Gamers Podcast, Podcasts

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This week The Married Gamers revisit some older episodes to see if the views we held then still ring true today. All this and more in episode 259 of The Married Gamers podcast. For a look back at the episodes mentioned on this show, check out: TMG-076 Meet the New Box, Same as the Old… Read More »


TMG-258 FiftE3n

Written by (@leftybrown) on June 11, 2012 in Married Gamers Podcast, Podcasts

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The Married Gamers talk about E3 2012 and celebrate their fifteenth wedding anniversary. What games and other cool stuff is coming to consumers that they can’t wait to try, play, or watch? All this and more on episode 258 of The Married Gamers podcast. Check out The Married Gamers Facebook Fan Page or if you… Read More »

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SOE Takes Gamers For A Bullet Run

Written by (@) on May 23, 2012 in News

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These days, it seems like everyone’s getting in on the free-to-play business model … and Sony is no exception. Earlier this week, Sony Online Entertainment announced its upcoming free-to-play first-person shooter, Bullet Run, currently in development at ACONY Games and scheduled for a summer release on the PC. “While our games portfolio continues to grow… Read More »

Review: Crush3D

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Despite the problems the system had during its lifespan, it’s hard to deny that Sony’s PSP was the home to a few really great games. One of my favorites was an underrated gem from Sega and developer Zoë Mode called Crush. Despite being a hit with critics, the game still flew under the radar of… Read More »

Review: Touch My Katamari

Written by on March 15, 2012 in


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It’s been eight years since the King of All Cosmos first gave his son a Sisyphus complex in the original Katamari Damacy game. Now the Prince is rolling his way onto the PlayStation Vita, courtesy of the appropriately (albeit somewhat suggestively) named Touch My Katamari from Namco Bandai. But is there still enough momentum to… Read More »

Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss

Written by on March 11, 2012 in


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Whether it’s by design or by chance, most console makers ultimately find that one major mascot that helps define their system. For Nintendo, it’s Mario. For Microsoft, it’s Master Chief. Heck, even NEC had Bonk on the TurboGrafix-16. Instead of a plumber, a soldier or a caveman, Sony’s de facto spokesperson is a globetrotting, wisecracking,… Read More »