In a recent PlayStation Blog post, Sony Santa Monica's Cory Barlog discussed the 10-year celebration, dished details on God of War III Remastered, and dropped this final coy hint:Should we toast to another ten years? Will there be another ten years? he said. Hmm Consider this your friendly reminder that E3 2015 is just a few months away and, with Uncharted 4 pushed back to next year, Sony could probably use a big fall hit to RS Gold carry it through the holiday season. As for the Runescape game that has been announced, it sounds like we can expect the basic remaster treatment, namely a facelift.Here's Cory Barlog again: This action packed thrill ride of a game will take series newcomers and regulars alike on a retina-popping thrill ride filled to the absolute brim with 1080p gameplay, silky smooth combat, earth-shaking weapons, bosses you simply have to face to believe, and an all-new new photo mode so you can share those most tender of God of War moments, like stabbing a Minotaur in the frickin face, with your friends and loved ones.
Weekly Recap: Nintendo NX Console Announced And 5 Other Massive Stories. Sony Giving Away Bloodborne For Free To Blood Donors. Here's an interesting way to get people to donate blood during a blood drive: give them a free Runescape video game and an opportunity to Buy RS Gold win a free PlayStation 4. That's probably music to the ears of many gamers, but there's a catch.According to GivBlod's website, anyone donates blood especially males, because they seem to have a shortage of male blood will be rewarded with a copy of Bloodborne or another qualifying PlayStation game. There's even an opportunity to be entered into a sweepstakes to win a free PlayStation 4. So, what's the big catch? Well, you have to be in Denmark between now and March 23rd. Bummer.The blood drive is taking place between 12PM and 5PM. You'll have to visit the Atrium room at IT University of Copenhagen.Here's how GivBlod describes the event: Few people know that there is a shortage of male blood donors.