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Worth Reading: The Uncomfortable Politics Of Battlefield Hardline

We’re back with another collection of excellent games writing. Can you think of two games to talk about that more wildly different than Shadow of the Colossus and Battlefield Hardline?


Meet The Hacker Who Has Spent Four Years Inside Shadow Of The Colossus

Shadow of the Colossus first came out in 2005. Since then, millions of people have played the beloved PS2 game, driven by its lonesome charm, moved by its mysterious ending. But one man never stopped playing, as a result, he’s found stuff that the game’s creators never intended anyone to see.


Shadow Of The Colossus Movie Is Still A Thing

Honest! They’re really gonna do it this time! Maybe. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony’s big-budget movie adaptation of the gorgeously desolate, utterly soul-wrenching Shadow of the Colossus has resurfaced once again, this time with a new director and producer.


If Dark Souls Came Out 20 Years Ago

Titan Souls might be a little too on the nose as a name, but when your biggest influences appear to be Shadow of the Colossus and Dark Souls, you may as well wear them proudly.


Shadow Of The Diablo

Shadow of the Diablo: looks like Diablo III owners on PS3 and PS4 will also get some sweet Shadow of the Colossus gear, in addition to having The Last of Us enemies appear in the game too. You can read more about both here.


Compare The Size Of Every Colossus From Shadow Of The Colossus

With artist AndyDaRoo on the pens and NormalColossus on research duty, we now have this striking image showing the scale of every colossus from Team Ico’s classic Shadow of the Colossus.


Homeless Person Selling Shadow Of The Colossus Demo For $1.50

It’s in there with a few other demos for Sony’s beloved PS2 console. I spotted this on my way into the office this morning and gave the homeless person a dollar.


The Best-Selling PSN Game In July Was... A PS2 Classic

Bet you’ll never guess what July’s best-selling PSN game was. Spoilers: Shadow of the Colossus.


The Awesome Giant Monsters Of Japanese Video Games

Godzilla and his atomic breath are one of the most recognisable metaphors for the atomic bombings of WWII — and they’re also icons of Japanese pop culture. With a steady supply of Kaiju movies, giant monsters nestled themselves comfortably in video games, creating a huge library of monster mayhem-based titles. We have selected some of them, both niche and well-known, featuring battles with these towering beasts.


Here's One Colossus You Won't Want To Stab In The Face

While this looks like an expensive statue based on 2004 classic Shadow of the Colossus, it’s a little bit more than that. Well, OK, it does work as a statue, but it’s more practical use is that it’s an external hard drive.


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