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Two PlayStation Exclusive Games Are Being Shut Down Next Month

The servers of two PlayStation exclusive games are being shut down. PlayStation has built a reputation for making and funding some of the greatest games and series including Uncharted, Marvel's Spider-Man, The Last of Us, God of War, Bloodborne, Ghost of Tsushima, Horizon Zero Dawn, Gran Turismo, Death Stranding, Shadow of the Colossus, Infamous, and Ratchet & Clank. One PlayStation machine that doesn't have many great exclusives is the PlayStation Vita, largely because it was quickly ignored by Sony due to very soft sales. That said, it did have exclusives, like Freedom Wars and Soul Sacrifice, both of which are shutting down their servers on December 24, 2021.
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13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim Game Comes to Switch on April 12

Atlus' official Twitter account announced on Sunday that it will release Vanillaware's 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim PlayStation 4 game for Nintendo Switch in the West on April 12. The game will launch for Switch in Japan on April 14. Both digital and physical copies of the game will include extras...
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Danganronpa Decadence is a Collection of Caveats

Danganronpa on Switch should’ve been a sure thing. And for the most part, the Danganronpa Decadence collection brings the series’ three visual novels to Nintendo’s console in a serviceable, more accessible handheld package in comparison to their PlayStation Vita originators. It also comes with a new game entirely, Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp. For more extended thoughts on that, click here. Ever since the release of the Nintendo Switch in 2017, I’ve wanted to see Danganronpa make its way to the platform. The series started on handheld, and after playing the games on Vita, PlayStation 4, PC, and on my phone, I still think experiencing Monokuma’s despair-inducing killing game on a portable device is best.

Tales of Arise New Survey Hints at New Series Remasters

A new Tales of Arise online survey launched by Bandai Namco suggests that more series remasters could be coming in the future. The survey, which can be found here, asks users which game they would like to play a remastered version of. The options include multiple entries in the series, like the very first one, Tales of Phantasia, Tales of the Abyss, and Tales of Xillia 1 and 2.