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For years, fans have clamored to have Final Fantasy VII on the current generation of consoles. Even when the Playstation 2 was around everyone wanted the game done for that system with the best graphics (obviously) available. Now, in the current life cycle of consoles, fans would like to see the game on Playstation 3 or Xbox 360. This would not be so bad, except for the fact that Square-Enix made a teaser trailer for the Playstation 3 at its launch showing the original introduction to FFVII. This begs the question....why doesn't Square-Enix just go ahead and remake the infamous game? Considering how popular FFVII still is, even though it was released in the United States on the original Playstation way back on September 7th, 1997, I will look into the reasons as to why, and why it should not, be redone with today's technology. Get ready Glitchy Tasty readers, because here we go!

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Sony's E3 2011 Press Conference

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Almost a month and a half after jerk-faced hackers hacked Sony's PlayStation Commodore 64 state-of-the-art online servers and forced it to shut down, it has finally returned. As far as I can tell, it's pretty much just as we left it only with new stuff to buy. In a press release, Sony stated that the details for the "Welcome Back Package" will be announced in each region soon. 

If you've been dying to download yourself some DLC or PSN titles and still trust you're credit card to Sony, then have at it!

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Sony has had a hell of a time over the last few weeks. Hackers have ravaged their online network to shambles. Fans were left in the dark. Personal data was compromised, and even developers felt the pain of a PSN-less world. To make matters worse, Sony was dealt blow after blow with password reset exploits, yet another compromise with Sony Online Entertainment, and entire governments demanding answers for it all. Countering this negativity, Sony announced that it will be remastering some classic PSP games for the PS3.

But guys, what about the other big Sony news? What about the NGP?

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There is no argument that the PSP was home to a decent library of underdog titles and amazing gameplay experiences. There is also no argument in saying that the PSP is a sinking ship.

That said, Sony has saw fit to rescue some of the booty from their plummeting portable vessel, and transfer it over to the PS3. Called the PlayStation Portable Remaster Series, a select list of PSP games will get an HD face-lift before crossing over to the land of stationary consoles.

First on the list: Monster Hunter Portable 3rd.

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Hide your kids, hide your wives, and hide your husbands... Hackers may have their credit card data.

After nearly an entire week of vague responses and uncomfortable silence, Sony has finally addressed the sudden demise of their online service, the Playstation Network.

Keep reading for more details, but the long and short of it? PSN is offline indefinitely, and your personal information has been compromised. *Insert slow clap processor here*

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Flying around the internet today is a rumor that piques my interest, though with a guarded heart. Backed by a posting of what appears to be a job offer to an anonymous source from Square-Enix, it would seem that the long-denied Final Fantasy VII remake is due to finally see the light of day - on the NGP, though. Check out the letter below:

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In a move sure to please the unusually negative anti-music game audience, Activision has finally thrown in the towel on its declining Guitar Hero series. In an earnings report, the giant publisher announced the demise of the series, along with innocent bystanders DJ Hero and True Crime: Hong Kong.

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Now I know that everyone is excited for the new Sony NGP. I also know everyone has read the article Jayce just posted about the facts about the NGP. Well guess what? I'm going to state the fiction about the Sony NGP.

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Last night, Sony held a somewhat bizarre press conference in Japan to unveil the sucessor to the PSP, codenamed NGP (Next Generation Portable). If you were one of the crazy ones (like us) who stood up way past their bedtime, you read all about the nifty new screen, pretty graphics, and touch screens. Yeah, TWO touch screens.

Here are the official facts and images, direct from Sony themselves.

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