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Hello and welcome to version 1.12 of The Edo Mononoke Hunting game. This game features a few changes, so if you haven’t read my previous article it can be found here www.gunsofthehelghast.com/2013/04/22/guns-of-the-helghast-engage-edos-onis/.
I will only be covering the new material in this article.
Hello and welcome back to Hogwarts. For another year of magical mischief and tomfoolery…
Hey there and welcome to Pier park. Some of you may have noticed that a few things have changed around here since the alleged end of the world. For example no more alien space craft. And people are all excited to celebrate the 4th of July weekend here on PlayStation Home. In a few days there will be a celebration of our ancestors declaring their freedom from Great Britain. and imposing their will on the kindly Native Americans. So, to help make sure things go off without a hitch. Ribbie the Rib and Sony have put together a cookout extravaganza. To help you get ready to celebrate America’s birthday. Continue reading
Hello and welcome to the wondrous world of Pottermore. If you’re reading this then you’ve probably already received your acceptance letter. If not then don’t worry, someone will be along shortly to explain things and modify your memory. Now first things first, we’ve got to get you looking like a real witch or wizard. Continue reading
April 19th, 2010, Guns of the Helghast stormed the PlayStation Blog Share with the idea to give the option to the PlayStation Home Community to place pool tables where they can privately enjoy a game of Billiards (i.e. Personal Space and Clubhouse). Continue reading
One of the most magical experiences in HOME’s history gets a sequel, Xi returns! The original Xi was beyond amazing; it had me logging in every day to solve new puzzles, discuss conspiracy theories, explore new spaces, share knowledge, and hang out with others for fun. It also showed off how masterful the nDreams’ studio was at that early point in HOME’s life, much more so than any other HOME developer. Once Xi ended, there was an emptiness, a lingering loneliness, throughout the halls of HOME. Dr. Seuss said it best, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” Still, Xi was the high-point of HOME back then and has remained so even unto the present. Now, nDreams is bringing Xi back. Just yesterday nDreams announced a sequel to their massively popular project of Xi, Xi: Continuum. I am absolutely giddy with excitement! I watched the trailer for Xi: Continuum on YouTube, lost myself in a misty reverie of Xi’s yesteryear for a moment, then snapped back to attention in time to witness all the upcoming coolness previewed within the video. It’s unknown when, but sometime soon, the magic returns, and I can hardly wait. Click the link below for the trailer followed by some pics. Continue reading