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The Catch-Up: July 29th, 2013 – Crash and Spyro in PS All-Stars “Not Possible,” 80 Developers Working on The Order: 1886, Ni no Kuni for $20

July 29, 2013 Written by Jason Dunning

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After a brief hiatus, The Catch-Up is back! Let the dancing in the street commence!

General News

  • Replying to a tweet that seemed to ask what the chances were of us seeing Crash Bandicoot or Spyro in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Sony Santa Monica said, “100% not possible.” [Twitter]
  • The poll where you can vote as to which actor you’d like to see play Aiden Pearce in a Watch Dogs is being led by Tom Cruise, with Robert Downey Jr. and Edward Norton tied for second. Andrew Garfield is last. [Source]
  • Saints Row IV has been refused classification by the ACB, “as drug use related to incentives and rewards is not permitted.” [Source]
  • Shuhei Yoshida responded to a question on Twitter that asked, “As the PS4 is region free will the blu-ray also be for movies?” by saying, “No.” [Twitter]
  • Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will release on August 27th, with GameStop offering two Snow Miku 2013 Costumes and a custom PS3 Hatsune Miku Theme with 10 unique backgrounds if you pre-order the game. [GameStop]
  • The Order: 1886 on PS4 has about 80 developers in total working on it. [Via/Source]
  • Q-Games tweeted that they are “spending today testing two well known PixelJunk games on a very popular platform.” Take that quick tease as you will. [Twitter]
  • The Skyrim: Legendary Edition is $39.99 on Amazon right now. [Amazon]
  • Best Buy USA has Ni no Kuni and God of War: Ascension on for $19.99 each. [Buy Them Here]
  • Disney has registered domains for something called Star Wars: Attack Squadrons. [Source]
  • Strider “has been in the works for 18 months or so before we announced it.” [Source]

New Videos

  • The Last of Us gets a fan-made film:

  • Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers gets a new trailer:

Are you sad to hear we won’t get Crash or Spyro in PlayStation All-Stars? Let us know in the comments below.