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Shadow of the Colossus PlayStation 2, 3, 4 Comparison
Carl Williams writes, "Any chance I can get to write about Shadow of the Colossus or Robowarrior is going to result in my writing another 300+ words on them. Just the way things are. Since there is no HD Robowarrior Remake I am aware of, it is time to focus on Shadow of the Colossus on the PlayStation 4 console. While everyone else is focusing on a comparison video between the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions, I have found one that shows off the original PlayStation 2 version as well."



Sonic The Hedgehog/Hooters Collaboration Announced
Yes, you read that right: A Sonic Hooters collaboration will begin this October. Will the girls be cosplaying as Amy Rose?



The Best Video Game Soundtracks of All Times
Music makes us laugh, cry, and feel a whole lot of things. Some video game soundtracks own, not a couple of sleeper hits, but an entire arsenal of gaming's very best music. Here are the games who's soundtracks left a lasting impression on the Punished Backlog Team.



Fans are organizing a Metal Gear 30th Anniversary Event
Metal Gear turned 30 this year, and a group of fans from France have taken it upon themselves to organize their own event celebrating the series three decade anniversary.



Metal Gear Solid 2 Changed My Perception of What A Video Game Could Be
Metal Gear Solid 2 sure was a shot in the arm for someone who'd only ever played platformers and FIFA.



In Hindsight: Final Fantasy X
Let's start with the premise of Final Fantasy X and what made it so good then, and why it aged so well so many years later. There will be mild spoilers ahead, so be warned.



Remixing Final Fantasy X's Subpar Music Sure Is Hard
Twinfinite: "Despite being one of my favorite Final Fantasy games of all time (mostly due to it being the first one Id played in the series), its difficult to shower heaps of praise onto Final Fantasy Xs soundtrack. Its not that its a bad collection of songs; the problem is that while the game does boast some really outstanding and memorable tracks, about 70% of that collection is forgettable filler. Not to mention the dismal production quality and poor instrument samples (an issue that was thankfully rectified with the remaster), and youve got one of the most woefully underwhelming music collections in Final Fantasy history. Even To Zanarkand can start to really wear out its welcome after its been iterated upon over and over and over again."



PS2 Collecting Thirteen Must-Have Titles For Any New Collector on a Budget
Michael Crisman writes: "PS2 collecting, especially if youre just getting started and didnt grow up with the system, can be overwhelming: the systems complete game library clocks in at over eighteen hundred titles, and thats not counting cross-regional variants where the same game was released in multiple territories. The good news is, not only is the PS2 hardware easy to find and inexpensive, but its home to some phenomenal software that will offer you hours of enjoyment for discount gaming dollars."



Cover and release date revealed for The Art of Metal Gear Solid I-IV
The North American cover and release date have been revealed for The Art of Metal Gear Solid I-IV.



Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite isnt the same without arcade-era pixel art
A look back at the Marvel vs Capcom series and the evolution of pixel art to 3D. It's just a pity the magic that Capcom captured in the '90s with their hand-drawn sprites has been lost to generic, plasticky 3D models. Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is fun, but that world-mashing graphical charm just isn't the same.