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It seems like everyone is starting their own premium gaming service these days. It can be tough for parents to be able to tell the difference between Xbox Live, PlayStation Plus, and all the others. We can’t let that stand here at EFG so we wrote up a big ol’ guide for all of the premium services so our readers can tell them all apart and understand the costs and benefits of each one.

Take a look below for our guide to PlayStation Plus!

The Pitch

PlayStation Plus is a subscription service for PlayStation that is required in order to play online multiplayer games over the PlayStation Network. The service also includes periodic discounts on digital purchases through the PlayStation Network. It also includes a suite of free PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, PlayStation  Vita, and PlayStation VR games that are available for free each month.

How Does it Work?

PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that must be maintained in order to keep using it. The service grants its members access to the following:

  • Online Multiplayer gaming using the PlayStation Network platform
  • A suite of free games available for download each month for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. These games can be downloaded to the PlayStation 4 hard drive at any time, but you can only play them if you have an active PlayStation Plus subscription.
  • Periodic discounts on digital games sold on the PlayStation Marketplace. The games you purchase using a discount made available during a PlayStation Plus subscription will remain playable even after the subscription expires.

How Much Does it Cost?

PlayStation Plus can be purchased yearly, every three months, or monthly.

Advice

There isn’t much advice to give. If your family owns a PlayStation 4 console then this is required for online play. It is, however, a pretty good value because over the course of a year the free games available through the program will add up to a significant value.

Other Guides

There are a ton of other premium video game services out there so we wrote guides for all of them.  Take a look below:

A Parent’s Guide to EA Access

A Parent’s Guide to Xbox Live Gold

A Parent’s Guide to Xbox Game Pass

A Parent’s Guide to PlayStation Now

A Parent’s Guide to EA Origin’s Access


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PAX East 2018 – Saving the World in Earthnight!

Earthnight, by Cleaversoft, is a procedurally generated infinite runner hand painted in an anime style set during a dragon apocalypse. coming to PS4, PSVita. and PC/Mac later this year. That sure is a lot to unpack, but it my demo was so good when I played it at PAX East that its worth digging in to every detail we can about it. The game has been in development for several years at this point. So long, in fact, that it started when infinite runners were just starting to pick up steam on mobile devices. The team  at Cleaversoft wanted to make a game together and decided on a project that improved on the genre by adding more depth. They wanted to take Infinite runners to new heights so they decided to go into space… with dragons.

 

The most striking thing about Earthnight is the art style. Every frame of animation is hand drawn by a brilliant artist in an anime style. The two main characters, a 14 year old girl name Sydney and a freelance photographer named Stanley, are beautifully animated. Their detailed running and jumping animations each help to give them as much personality as a few dozen pages of dialogue and backstory. Even the character selection screen serves to illustrate their character.

The level design is important, too. The team created something they like to call “hand-designed procedural generation.” They divide each dragon into three different core components: a beginning, a middle, and an end. Each of those components has at least five different hand-designed variations that spawn based on a set of rules. This means that players will be able to master the different segments as they play the game, but their time with the game will never be the same.

The action is also very fast. The characters run on their own so the only way that players can control them is through timing their jumps. Stanley, the photographer, is the easier of the two characters to control. He doesn’t have as many options for movement so it will be easy for even novice characters to pick him up and do well. Sydney, on the other hand, is incredibly difficult to control. I played a few rounds as Stanley and got cocky so I tried to take a turn with her. I paid for it at first because she controls very differently. The biggest difference between the two of them is that she can dash forward after jumping. This might not seem like a big deal, but the added choice mixes things up a bit. That dash can help you get onto far away ledges, but it can also land you in big trouble.

We will, hopefully, be getting our hands on Earthnight later this year. I asked the developers about other consoles and they didn’t have anything to announce at the time. I am hoping that this one finds it sway to as many platforms as possible. It is too pretty not too.

What do you think? Sound off in the comments and let us know your thoughts!

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Secret of Mana is being Remade with Modern Visuals and Sound!
Square Enix has announced a complete remake of the Secret of Mana. It is scheduled to be released on February 15, 2018 for the PlayStation 4, the PSVita, and PC. They aren’t kidding when they say it is a complete remake either. Square is giving the game an overhaul with 3D graphics, bright colors, and voice acting!
 
Secret of Mana is one of the most beloved RPGs of all time. Its claim to fame, at least in my heart, is being the first action RPG to include two player, simultaneous, cooperative play. It was one of the first opportunities my brother and I had to play a game like this together. It actually supported three players, but we were never able to make that happen. We will get that chance again when the remake comes out. 
 
Square Enix is giving Secret of Mana a full makeover. They are using a bright and colorful art style that will be a sight to behold. It’s interesting that Square Enix waited this long to remake this one, but I am hoping that this will become a trend. They have a huge catalog of games that are worthy of remakes like this.
I know that we’re picking this one up the minute it comes out. What about your family? Sound off in the comments!
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Square Enix Showcases Dragon Quest Builders

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Pixelkin.org. Make sure to check them out when you get the chance. 

The Square Enix team took some time on their E3 2016 Twitch stream to give a lengthy demo of the North American localized version of Dragon Quest Builders. The game was announced as coming to the West a month ago, and it was quickly dismissed by a large segment of the public as a Minecraft clone.

I’ll admit that I shared their opinions until I spent time watching the demo. Dragon Quest Builders differs from Minecraft is several significant ways.

First, the perspective is different. Minecraft is a first-person game while Dragon Quest Builders is told from an isometric third-person perspective. This might seem like a superficial difference, but I don’t think that it is. Minecraft creations, especially in the games creative mode,  are personal expressions like drawings and sculptures. The first person perspective helps enhance those feelings. The isometric perspective used in Builders lacks that personal connection. I don’t know that this weakens the game at all, but it is, at the very least, a difference that is worth pointing out.

Second, Dragon Quest Builders has a more game-like structure. It has a plot, specific stages, and clear objectives. In this way, it is essentially just another role-playing game with a different conflict resolution system. Minecraft, as is well known, is very free form. There are clear mechanics, and there is even and “end,” but that is not clearly enforced through gameplay.

Dragon Quest Builders has a very unique gameplay loop. Players are tasked with defeating the forces of evil by… building things for people. That’s right. Killing monsters doesn’t even give experience. Instead, the wandering monsters that populate the world drop materials that are needed to help build objects. For example, the slimes drop blue goo which can be combined with wood to make torches.

Its not all freeform though. The people in your slowly growing town will give you quests and ask for specific things to be built. A blacksmith might request a smithy, for example. This gives you specific goals to accomplish whenever you are playing.

Square Enix is releasing Dragon Quest Builders for the PS4 on October 11, 2016 in North America and just three days later in Europe.

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There really isn’t any way around it. video games are an expensive hobby to get into. The consoles are all hundreds of dollars each and the games themselves can cost $60 or more! It is no wonder, thanks to prices like that, that parents are nervous to bring consoles into the house. Saving up the money for the console itself isn’t enough because games are coming out constantly.

Fortunately, families who own an Xbox One or a PlayStation 4 have a few services available to them that can bring in a steady stream of games into the house that doesn’t require dropping a paycheck every month.

Xbox Live Gold

Xbox Live was originally designed as the Microsoft multiplayer service. It still serves that purpose today, but it has been expanded to include a suite of free to download games each month. Xbox Live Gold members are given access  one game each for the Xbox One and the Xbox 360 from the 1st to the 15th of each month, and then a second pair of games for the second half of the month. That adds up pretty quickly. Even better? The Xbox 360 games carry value for Xbox One owners because of the impending backwards compatibility update.

It is true that some of the Games with Gold are not family friendly, but it is infrequent that a month will pass by without at least one of the games being fine for families to play.

Xbox Live Gold members also get special discounts on games each week that can add up over time!

The service can be purchased monthly, but it is at its least expensive when it is purchased annually for $59.99 (or ~$45 on Amazon here.).

PlayStation Plus

Xbox Live came first, but PlayStation was the first company to start incentivizing people to purchase the service by giving away free games. They give out multiple games each month for PS4, PS3 and the Vita. Many of these games are available on all three systems are “cross buy” so it is not infrequent that you will be able to get a whole bunch of games

The service is required to enable multiplayer on the PlayStation 4, but this is largely an afterthought once you consider the value added by the instant game collection. Members also get special discounts on games each week that can add up over time!

The service can be purchased monthly, but it is at its least expensive when purchased annually for $49.99.

EA Access

EA Access works differently, but it is still  worth mentioning because it is a subscription gaming service that carries a significant amount of added value for some families. It is a program that is exclusive to the Xbox One that grants the following benefits.

  1. A 10% discount on the digital purchase of EA titles.
  2. The chance to play up to 10 hours of each EA title before it is released.
  3. Access to every game in the EA Vault. This is a list of games that is growing regularly. It includes all of the sports titles from the previous years as well as games like Plants vs Zombies:  Garden Warfare and Peggle 2. This is a value that will only grow with time as more and more games are released.

The service can be purchased monthly, but it is at its least expensive when it is purchased annually for $29.99.

As you can see, these services may seem intrusive, but they pack a huge amount of value.

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Sony will be closing out the day on Monday with their E3 press event just like they have for the last several years. They have a sales lead so far for the current console generation, but I wouldn’t call it a *comfortable* one.  They need their press event to be amazing in order to maintain their lead over the Microsoft Xbox One (especially now that their base model is $350).

Here are some of my thoughts and predictions:

Uncharted IV: A Thief’s End will take center stage.

The uncharted series is rated M, so it doesn’t merit much discussion here, but this is likely going to be the biggest release for the PlayStation 4 by the time it is released next year no matter what comes out between now and then. It is a MASSIVE franchise.

Anyone with teenagers will want to at least keep your eye on it as it will likely be something they want if they have a PlayStation 4.

The PSVita will be a non-presence.

The long and short of it is that The PSVita is thriving through the support of independent game developers and will continue to do so for a long time. Sony doesn’t have to spend a single marketing dollar on the PSVita in order to make that happen.

Virtual Reality will be part of their show.

Project Morpheus is Sony’s VR headset. It is currently slated for a 2016 release but we don’t have any real details aside from that. I expect that we will see the final product and some actual games to go along with it. If we are lucky we will see a price point and a smaller release window, but that is a real stretch.

Sony will, finally, unveil some of the projects that their first party studios are working on.

Sony owns a whole bunch of studios that are responsible for almost all of their PlayStation exclusives. Many of them are working on projects, and have been for years, but they have been silent on what exactly those projects are.

They are running headlong into a Holiday season where Microsoft will be releasing several HUGE games like HALO 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsports 6. The next big Sony release will not happen until months later when Uncharted launches. Sony has been hesitant to announce games too early in development, but it would probably be a good idea to share some information with the world to help build excitement.

Maybe. JUST MAYBE. We’ll finally see the Last Guardian.

At this point The Last Guardian is a legend. It was debuted at an E3 several years ago to thunderous applause. This was a follow-up from the team that made Shadows of the Colossus (argued by some as one of the better games in the history of the medium). The trailer showed a young boy travelling alongside a giant dragon/dog/bird-like creature. But we have seen nothing of the game since then aside from reassurance that it is still in development.

Many doubt this to be true, though, because that means it would have been in development for more than a decade. That is unprecedented.

With that said, if the game is coming, then maybe we’ll see it on the biggest stage of them all.

What about you? What are your Sony predictions? Sound off in the comments.

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E3 Press Conference Schedule The Electronic Entertainment Expo is held in June each year in Los Angeles, CA. Each year the major publishers in the video game industry hold major press events where they fill auditoriums with the press (as well as investors) and show off the games they are releasing. If it helps, you can picture the press events given by Tim Cook over at Apple when they announce the new iPhones. Below is a list of the different press events that are being held. Sunday June 14th Bethesda Software 6pm PST Bethesda has never held an E3 press event in its history. It appears that the vast majority of their conference will be focused on Fallout 4 which isn’t exactly a family friendly title. But, Bethesda has a whole bunch of development studios so they could surprise us. It is also worth noting that their games are events, so anything that they release will have a HUGE impact on other video game releases. Think of it like movies. No one would release an action movie the same day as The Avengers 2 right? This is a similar type of phenomenon.

Monday June 15th

Microsoft

9am PST Microsoft came out of the gate in this console generation with a massive messaging problem. Their dedicated fans from the 360 era were jumping ship to the PlayStation brand quickly thanks to a more expensive Xbox One and the inclusion of the much-maligned Kinect. Those days appear to be behind us and Microsoft could very easily make up lost ground in 2015 thanks to an amazing lineup of exclusive games coming this holiday (HALO 5, Forza Motorsports 6, and Tomb Raider). This year’s E3 press event is reportedly going to be laser focused on exclusive, first party content (meaning that many of the games will be developed by companies Microsoft owns).  It will be exciting. One thing for parents to keep in mind: Microsoft owns a little company called Mojang. They made a small arthouse game that you might have heard of once or twice called Minecraft.

Electronic Arts

12pm PST Electronic Arts is the company behind the Madden Football, FIFA Soccer, and a number of other sports series. We always hear about the tech dedicated to those games at the E3 briefing. But, EA will likely be bringing a lot more thunder this year thanks to their exclusive contract with Disney for Star Wars related games. We already know about Star Wars Battlefront that will be releasing later this year. We will probably even see some gameplay footage. But, I would be stunned if that was the only Star Wars game released this year considering the buildup to Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Ubisoft

3pm PST Ubisoft is the company responsible for the Assassin’s Creed franchise so we can rest assured that we will hear a LOT about the much anticipated Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. But, they have also released several Rayman titles, Valiant Hearts, and Child of Light in recent years. We will never really know what is coming from them until the show is over.

Sony

6pm PST Sony is riding high on the success of the PlayStation 4. It is among the fastest selling consoles in history and is maintaining momentum nicely. Their issue, however, is that their slate of announced first party exclusives is very light over the rest of the year. Sony needs to come out at this E3 press conference and announce enough games to keep the fires burning. It is worth noting that Sony  has announced the release of a virtual reality headset currently called Project Morpheus in the Spring of 2016. If this launch is going to happen on schedule we should expect to see some VR announcements during their press event.

Tuesday June 16th

Nintendo E3 Event

9am PST Nintendo has skipped out on holding a stage show at E3 for several years now instead favoring the release of a video that shows off their upcoming games. The last few videos have been very entertaining and have readily shown off Nintendo’s quirky and fun persona. The only question this year is “What will Nintendo show? We know that they have no intention of discussing next installment in The Legend of Zelda series. We also know that they will not be talking about the upcoming, and unannounced, Nintendo NX console. So… what will they say? The reality is that there is a lot of mystery surrounding their presentation outside the assumption that they will talk about games coming out later this year like Yoshi’s Wooly World, Mario Maker, and Star Fox.

Square Enix

10am PST This is a peculiar one. Square Enix has not held an E3 press event for years, but it appears that they have enough games coming down the pipeline to make it worth the expense. A good portion of the program will likely be dedicated to games in the Final Fantasy franchise. Final Fantasy 14’s expansion “Heavensward” will release soon and will need some stage time and Final Fantasy 15 should be releasing at some point soon too. Square Enix is also responsible the Tomb Raider franchise. A sequel the violent reboot will be coming out later this year to the Xbox One exclusively. On a personal note, I am hoping for some information regarding Kingdom Hearts 3 even if it is just a screenshot or maybe a short movie.

PC Showcase – Sponsored by PC Magazine

6pm PST PC Gamer, a gaming news magazine, is holding their own press event at E3 to help shine a spotlight on PC centric games. We don’t have a lot of details yet, but as the PC gaming space is very open we can expect to see a wide variety of games of different genres and sizes. It promises to be very interesting.

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International Star Wars Day is coming up on May the fourth (Do you get it? Yeah.. you got it.) and with it come all kinds of great sales on Star Wars merchandise on online retailers. Video games are no exception. Below is a list of sales that have started on Steam, Good Old Games, PlayStation Network (PSN), and Xbox Live.

The sale prices are listed next to each game title with their sale prices in parenthesis.

Steam Sales

The sale ends May 7.

Steam has finally managed to add the X-Wing space combat games to their library. Each game in the series has been discounted by 10%.

  • X-Wing Special Edition $8.99 (9.99)
  • TIE Fighter Special Edition $8.99 (9.99)
  • X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter $8.99 (9.99)
  • X-Wing Alliance $8.99 (9.99)

Additionally, the Star Wars X-Wing Bundle includes all four games listed above for $26.99 (29.99).

Steam has a bundle called the Star Wars Collection which includes every Star Wars game on the service except the four games in the X-Wing bundle listed above. The bundle is on sale for a mere $23.00 (its original price is $99.99). There are fourteen games in the bundle and they include some absolute classics. If you or anyone in your family is a Star Wars fan, then this is a most buy at this price.

These are the games in the bundle. It is worth nothing that they are all on sale individually as well. Their individual prices are listed for reference.

  • Knights of the Old Republic $2.99 (9.99)
  • Battlefront II $2.99 (9.99)
  • Republic Commando $2.99 (9.99)
  • Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast $2.99 (9.99)
  • Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II $1.79 (5.99)
  • Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy $2.99 (9.99)
  • Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith $.89 (2.99)
  • Starfighter $1.79 (5.99)
  • The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes $5.99 ($19.99)
  • The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition $5.99 (19.99)
  • Dark Forces $1.79 (5.99)
  • Empire at War: Gold Pack $5.99 (19.99)
  • The Force Unleashed II $5.99 (19.99)
  • Knights of the Republic II $2.99 (9.99)

PlayStation Network

The sale ends May 5.

Sony is celebrating Star Wars Day by discounting several bundles of games that include PS1 Classics, newly released PS2 Classics, PSP games.

Star Wars Throwback Pack (PS3) $30.35 (45.99)

  • Bounty Hunter $7.49 (9.99)
  • Dark Forces $1.50 (5.99)
  • Episode III: Revenge of the Sith $7.49 (9.99)
  • Starfighter $7.49 (9.99)
  • Racer Revenge $7.49 (9.99)

Star Wars Mega Bundle (PSP, Vita) $39.99

  • Battlefront II $3.50 (9.99)
  • Battlefront: Renegade Squadron $3.50 (9.99)
  • Battlefront Elite Squadron PSP $7.00 (19.00)
  • LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars PSP $7.00 (19.00)
  • The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes $3.50 (9.99)
  • The Force Unleashed PSP $3.50 (9.99)

The following games are on sale individually for those people who aren’t interested in a bundle of games.

  • The Force Unleashed II (PS3) $7.00 (19.00)
  • The Force Unleashed II Endor Bonus Missions (PS3 Add-on) $.50 (.99)
  • Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force (PS3, Vita) $3.50 (9.99)
  • Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within (PS3, Vita, PS4) $3.50 (9.99)
  • Zen Pinball 2: Star Wars Pinball (PS3, Vita, PS4) $2.30 (9.99)
  • Zen Pinball 2: Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within (PS3, Vita, PS4) $3.50 (9.99)
  • Angry Birds Star Wars (PS4) $15.00 (49.00)
  • Angry Birds Star Wars (PS3, Vita) $10.00 (39.00)

Xbox Live

The sale ends May 4.

Star Wars Sales on Xbox Live have all been tied into the Games With Gold promotion. It is honestly a good idea to check in there regularly because there are always good deals. The Star Wars deals, however, are as follows:

Xbox One

  • Angry Birds Star Wars $9.99 (49.99)
  • Star Wars Pinball Pack $2.49 (9.99)
  • Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force $4.99 (9.99)
  • Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within $9.99 (9.99)

Xbox 360

  • Star Wars Pinball $2.29 (9.99)
  • Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force $4.99 (9.99)
  • Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within $4.99 (9.99)

The following games are listed as on sale for the Xbox 360, but no information was provided about their pre-sale prices.

  • The Force Unleashed II $6.99
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga $6.99
  • LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars $6.99
  • The Force Unleashed $6.99
  • The Force Unleashed Hoth (Add-on) $2.29
  • The Force Unleashed Tatooine (Add-on) $2.29
  • The Force Unleashed Jedi Temple Mission Pack (Add-on) $2.29

Good Old Games (GOG.com)

The sale ends May 7.

Good Old Games is debuting a lot of new Star Wars games on their service as part of the Star Wars Day festivities.

  • Star Wars: Rebel Assault I and II – (bundled) 9.99
  • Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy $7.99 (9.99)
  • Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast $7.99 (9.99)
  • X-Wing Special Edition $8.99 (9.99)
  • TIE Fighter Special Edition $8.99 (9.99)

All of the other Star Wars games available on GOG are discounted as part of the celebration. They are also each included in one of two special bundles.

The Blaster Bundle includes seven games, all of which have a major focus on tactics and space combat.

The Saber Bundle includes eight games which focus more on using lightsabers, force powers, and other infantry abilities.

Blaster Bundle $38.93 (61.93)

  • X-Wing Special Edition $6.99 (9.99)
  • TIE Fighter Special Edition $6.99 (9.99)
  • X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter $6.99 (9.99)
  • X-Wing Alliance $6.99 (9.99)
  • Rebellion $2.99 (5.99)
  • Galactic Battlegrounds Saga $2.99 (5.99)
  • Rogue Squadron 3D $4.99 (9.99)

Saber Bundle $22.44 (97.90)

  • Dark Forces $1.37 (5.99)
  • Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II $1.37 (5.99)
  • Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy 2.29 (9.99)
  • Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast 2.29 (9.99)
  • Knights of the Old Republic $2.29 (9.99)
  • Empire at War: Gold Pack $4.59 (19.99)
  • Battlefront II $2.29 (9.99)
  • Republic Commando $1.37 (5.99)

 

Check back here for more sales as they are announced!

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Sony is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the PlayStation with a HUGE sale of popular PlayStation games from across the breadth of the various consoles’ life-cycles. The sales are HUGE and are up to 75% off for PlayStation Plus users. The list below is large, but it includes all of the relevant games that are rated T or less on the list.

I have highlighted the best games of the bunch so take a look and download your favorites on the PlayStation Store!

The format for the list below is as follows:

Game title -> PlayStation Plus Price-> Sale Price-> Regular Price


PlayStation 4

FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn $19.99 $23.99 $39.99

FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn Collector’s Edition$29.99 $35.99 $59.99

Need for Speed Rivals $12.00 $20.00 $39.99

Rocksmith 2014 Edition $41.99 $44.99 $59.99


PlayStation 3

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma $16.00 $20.00 $39.99

Burnout Paradise Super Bundle $7.50 $12.00 $29.99

CHRONO CROSS $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

CHRONO TRIGGER $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

Dragon’s Crown $20.00 $25.00 $49.99

FINAL FANTASY IX $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

FINAL FANTASY VII $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

FINAL FANTASY VIII $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn $12.49 $14.99 $24.99

FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn Collector’s Edition $22.49 $26.99 $44.99

Jak and Daxter Collection $8.00 $10.00 $19.99

Jet Moto $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Jet Moto 2 $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

LittleBigPlanet $8.00 $10.00 $19.99

MediEvil $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Might & Magic Clash of Heroes $7.49 $8.99 $14.99

Okami HD $6.99 $8.39 $13.99

Outland $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

Ratchet & Clank: Collection $12.00 $15.00 $29.99

Rayman $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Rocksmith 2014 Edition $41.99 $44.99 $59.99

SSX $5.00 $8.00 $19.99

Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix $5.99 $6.99 $9.99

The Sly Collection $17.99 $20.99 $29.99

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD $6.00 $7.50 $14.99

Ultra Street Fighter IV $16.00 $20.00 $39.99

WipEout $2.40 $3.00 $5.99


PlayStation Vita

BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma $16.00 $20.00 $39.99

CHRONO CROSS $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

CHRONO TRIGGER $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

Daxter $3.99 $4.79 $7.99

DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY $9.99 $11.99 $19.99

Dragon’s Crown $16.00 $20.00 $39.99

FINAL FANTASY IV: The Complete Collection $9.99 $11.99 $19.99

FINAL FANTASY IX $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

FINAL FANTASY VII $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

FINAL FANTASY VIII $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

Jet Moto $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Jet Moto 2 $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

LittleBigPlanet PS Vita $7.20 $9.00 $17.99

LocoRoco $5.55 $7.50 $14.99

Lumines Electronic Symphony $10.80 $13.50 $26.99

MediEvil $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite $8.00 $10.00 $19.99

Ratchet & Clank: Collection $12.00 $15.00 $29.99

Rayman $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

TACTICS OGRE: Let Us Cling Together $9.99 $11.99 $19.99

Tearaway $14.40 $18.00 $35.99

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky $8.00 $10.00 $19.99

WipEout $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Ys: The Oath in Felghana $6.00 $7.50 $14.99


PlayStation Portable (PSP)

BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

CHRONO CROSS $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

CHRONO TRIGGER $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

Daxter $3.99 $4.79 $7.99

DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY $9.99 $11.99 $19.99

FINAL FANTASY IV: The Complete Collection $9.99 $11.99 $19.99

FINAL FANTASY IX $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

FINAL FANTASY VII $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

FINAL FANTASY VIII $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

Jet Moto $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Jet Moto 2 $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

LocoRoco $5.55 $7.50 $14.99

MediEvil $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite $8.00 $10.00 $19.99

Rayman $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

TACTICS OGRE: Let Us Cling Together $9.99 $11.99 $19.99

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky $8.00 $10.00 $19.99

WipEout $2.40 $3.00 $5.99

WipEout Pure $4.99 $5.99 $9.99

Ys: The Oath in Felghana $6.00 $7.50

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have announced LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. It will release during the fall of 2014for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo WiiU, Nintendo 3DS, and PC.

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is the next installment in the LEGO series of games that has sold more than 100 million units worldwide. Simply put: These games are HUGE and there is no sign that they will slow down.

LEGO Batman 3 looks like it will build off the momentum from last year’s Smash hit LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. This time around we will see the massive cast of characters from the DC universe jump into the action! TTgames has confirmed that the adventure will include over 150 member of the DCU cast including members of the Justice League and several LEGO big figures like Killer Croc and Solomon Grundy!

We will obviously hear more as the release comes closer. Keep your eyes here at Engaged Family Gaming for all your LEGO game news!

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