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The Best PS Plus Discounts Today, January 14

One of the least advertised perks of being a PS Plus subscriber is the exclusive discounted games. These are the yellow sale prices that aren’t available to those without PS Plus. The discounts are often significant and are well worth keeping track of. Sadly, this is difficult from within the PS Store itself, which is a lengthy list of games that are tricky to filter through. Thankfully, below is a list of all PS Plus Games Discounts for January 14, 2022, which cuts out all of the non-PS Plus discounts.
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PlayStation Insider Teases Major Third-Party PS5 Exclusive Amidst BioShock Rumors

According to a prominent PlayStation insider, Sony has secured another major third-party exclusive game for the PS5. PlayStation has built its brand around high-quality, big-budget exclusive games. Over the last few years, this has included titles like Ghost of Tsushima, God of War, Marvel's Spider-Man, Death Stranding, The Last of Us Part II, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and Horizon Zero Dawn. Bolstering its first-party output has been a wide-range of third-party exclusives and console exclusives, like Persona 5, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Nioh, and Street Fighter V. On PS5, PlayStation has continued this tradition.
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Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is reportedly 70GB+ on PS5

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin will reportedly weigh in at over 70GB on PS5, and pre-loads will start two days before launch. That's according to newly-published information earlier today on January 13 from @PlayStationSize on Twitter, an account that trawls the PlayStation database looking for new entries. Apparently, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin's entry on the PSN database has just been updated to reveal that it'll weigh in at 71.5GB without a day one patch.
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Star Wars: KOTOR Remake Could Make Drastic Gameplay Change

Since its release in 2003, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has been considered one of the best games of all-time. Last year, Aspyr surprised fans with the announcement of a remake of the game, which will be a timed exclusive on PlayStation 5. Unfortunately, Aspyr has been very quiet about the project, but YouTuber MrMattyPlays has heard new reports about the remake. Most notably, it seems the remake will ditch the turn-based combat from the original, and replace it with action inspired by games like God of War and Nioh. As with any rumor, readers are advised to take this with a grain of salt until we get official confirmation!
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Knights of the Old Republic Remake May Get New Combat

Last year, Aspyr announced they were developing an official remake of the acclaimed classic game, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Aspyr intended to release the remake of the widely popular 2003 RPG on PlayStation 5 and PC. However, we haven’t seen much news since then — until today.
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake to Feature Two Combat Modes; May Release in 2023 – Rumor

The Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake is going to feature two different combat modes, according to rumors circulating online. During the latest episode of the Defining Duke podcast, it has been revealed that the highly anticipated remake will come with two combat modes. The first one will be a full-action combat mode inspired by God of War and Nioh, while the second will be a slower combat mode that has been compared to Final Fantasy VII Remake's Wait Mode.
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Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Remake Might Feature Souls-Like Combat

It appears that developer Aspyr Media wants to incorporate modern-day combat elements into its Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake. According to YouTuber MrMattyPlays from last week, Aspyr Media “looked at God of War and Nioh…for inspiration” while redesigning the combat systems of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake.
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KOTOR remake won’t have turn based style

For a remake of such a beloved game so long after its release it will be interesting to see what changes they make and what mods people create to change it back. But they better not ruin it. KOTOR is my 3rd favorite game of all time. It's like someone saying they're gonna remake the Purple Rain album.
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake might have a new combat system

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake might have a new combat system. PlayStation thrilled fans last year by confirming a Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic remake. Fans have been wondering how the KOTOR remake will change, and if rumours hold, it appears that the combat system is being completely redone.
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Popular Online Games That Will Be Popular in 2022

Already, 2022 seems to be an excellent year for video games. With so many titles being pushed out of 2021 owing to a slew of problems, you’re now looking at a blockbuster-filled 2022 that is almost as thrilling as an exciting poker tournament. The first quarter seems especially strong, with Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Horizon Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7, and Elden Ring all scheduled for release within the next several weekends. There is a lot to look forward to in the next year, so let’s get started. This list includes only games with officially stated 2022 release dates.
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RPG Site's Most Anticipated RPGs of 2022

With 2021 behind us, we at RPG Site are peeking ahead at what's to come in 2022, and as fans of the role-playing genre, there's quite a bit to look forward to. We wanted to highlight a handful of games we are especially eager to see. Our staff criteria for...
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Koei Tecmo Promising Good Things for 2022

There Have Been No Reveals Yet, but Games Have Been Promised. Koei Tecmo has been surprisingly active in 2021. They released Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water on other consoles; they released Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection this year as well. They’ve been very busy for the past few years, even during 2020.
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Koei Tecmo Says It Will Reveal Games That Show ‘Full Power’ Of Company In 2022

This year was a great one for Koei Tecmo, which was behind several releases by way of either development or publishing, but the studio is teeing up 2022 to be even better. First reported and translated by Twinfinite, Japanese website 4Gamer published an article about 2022 plans for local game developers, including Koei Tecmo. In it, Koei Tecmo’s entertainment division general manager, Yosuki Hayashi, says the studio will reveal several games that have been in the works for years in 2022, stating that these titles “will pave the way for the future of the company,” Twinfinite writes.
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The challenges of PS5 in 2022: exclusive games, virtual reality and new subscription models

2021 ended up with a strong PS5, selling everything that was coming out of stock, improving the PS4 numbers at startup, especially during the first half of the year. Along with this, the console has been releasing some important titles, being Returnal, Ratchet and Clank: A Dimension Apart and Deathloop the three big names of the year for a platform that has also received titles such as Kena, Final Fantasy VII Remake reviews, Ghost of Tsushima, Nioh or the landing of Yakuza 7, which had been released months before on Xbox.
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