E3 – What have you missed?

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Sometimes, I really wished I lived under a rock. If you’re lucky enough to stroll through your life unaware of the big news stories, you probably aren’t even aware of what E3 is, never mind what it stands for.

From the 13th to 15th June 2017, we gamers were treated to many a reveal during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (hence the 3 e’s if you actually do live under a rock).

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I’m looking for A Way Out of this single-player monotony

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I love cooperative games. Playing with a buddy and working together to overcome scenarios makes me feel all fuzzy inside. Personally, I’ll always prefer split-screening locally as opposed to playing online. I just think there’s something to relish when you’re sat right next to your mate, sibling or some random bum you’ve pulled off the street.

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You can still play Silent Hills P.T.

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A while back when I made my impulse purchase of a Playstation 4; for some reason unbeknownst to me, I had it in my head that I could still place my sweaty hands on the Silent Hills P.T. (playable teaser).

Obviously, I thought wrong. Oh so very wrong.

When Konami had their way with poor ol’ Hideo Kojima and cancelled possibly the most exciting looking game of our time, they pulled the demo off the PSN store too.

Bastards.

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My PS Vita’s new lease of life!

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A long time ago, on a blog post far, far away I wrote about how my beloved PS Vita gets around 2-3 weeks usage every year…

The PS Vita still remains my go-to device for long journeys but that’s about it. I love being able to get lost in Borderlands 2 when I’m stuck in the airport waiting for my delayed flight; or defying the laws of physics in Gravity Rush whilst relaxing on a sun lounger. Other than these moments, my treasured Vita sits patiently in my drawer waiting for next year’s holiday romance to commence.

This has all changed. Nowadays, my PS Vita’s rarely far from grasp; if it’s not in my back pocket, then it’s usually in my hands… or on charge. In fact, all of this changed around five months ago at the turn of the year. Why am I only waiting until now to write about it? Well, I’ve been busy playing on my PS Vita, silly!

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