Jack and Geoff cover Wolfenstein: The New Order
Jack and Geoff cover Wolfenstein: The New Order
Normal military tanks? Boring. How about a spider mecha, which you can use to cause havoc around the city of Chicago? Now that's what I'm talking about.
Gamers do not only get to ride motorcycles and jump off the cliffs in Trials Fusion. The developer of the game has been logical enough to add a bunch of side activities to gameplay. Here is how to unlock a number of mini-games and wrap zones that have been added to certain levels of the game by the developer.
Apparently Sony Computer Entertainment Senior Business Development Manager Shahid Ahmad had a full day, and he saw some very exciting things, so exciting that he saw fit to ...Read More
From GamesReviews: "Final Fantasy XIV was surprisingly announced in 2009, was released in 2010 to terrible reviews and was closed in 2012. There arent many AAA titles that get to be classed as unmitigated disasters, but the latest Final Fantasy MMO fit the bill. Not content with writing it off, Square Enix began repairing things that fans had disliked, and in 2013 released Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn onto PlayStation 3 and PC. 2014 saw the re-release hit PlayStation 4, but does this particular rebirth find its place on Sonys latest?"
Secret Ponchos, the top-down, western themed, dual-stick shooter from Switchblade Monkeys taught me that a little competition can be a lot of fun.
Cel Damage was a launch title for the original Xbox featuring cartoony characters driving cars, demolition derby style. Im telling you this now because theres a good chance that you didnt play it. It didnt really sell that well, nor did it do much for either critics or fans of the genre. On the list of games that needed an HD remake, Cel Damage was well outside of the topsay1000. But tell that to Finish Line Games, who enthusiastically took on the challenge of giving this underrated launch game an HD upgrade for PS4, PS3 and Vita. Based on Cel Damage: Overdrive (an upgraded version of the game…
Looks like the request for MP3 playback on the PS4 is going to be satisfied soon, even if possibly past the 1.7 firmware, that according to an industry insider with a solid track record will come on the 30th.
Over the next 30 days, we intend to chronicle our exploits in the land of Eorzea in explicit detail, regularly updating you of our progress and where we stand, before eventually delivering a verdict as to whether it's worth it to start paying for this game via a monthly subscription and continuing to play. Up first, Brent introduces you to Kandy Kane, a beautiful Marauder whose outward appearance is less than indicative of her prowess with a battle axe.
Industry insider Tidux, that is well known for having revealed quite a few features of the PS4′s operating system and UI before they wee unveiled, has been teasing ...Read More
"Sports! Getting outdoors, getting physical, competing for glory ahh, sounds great, right? But what if its too hot? Or too cold? Or the weather is bad? Sports are great fun, and great fun to watch, but what do you do when mother nature doesnt cooperate? Thats where video games come into play, and this week on the Digital Delivery, were talking about sports games on PSN! Regardless of the time of year or what season of sports are currently active, there are lots of options open for you to play sports games on PSN, and replayability is always high with games like this. So, lets take a look at a…
Cinelinx: "Several companies, such as Netflix, are fighting for something called net neutrality which basically means every company gets treated equal. According to them people would pay for data, and companies that are used more often shouldn't be forced to pay more. It also states that high end users aka people that actually use the internet would not be punished for it. The reason being a lot of people use services like Netflix, which in return means a majority of the bandwidth usage is from them, and they use more data than say someone simply browsing Facebook. So companies like Comcast, Time…
Matt Buckley: "A good horror game takes its time, establishing atmosphere and building tension. It scares the pants off of you without actually introducing any threats for a while, at least. In that regard, Daylight from Zombie Studios certainly plays like a good horror game."
GR-UK writes: Lost Swords marks the next entry in the famous fighting series, and it was just launched on PlayStation 3 (more details here). Before the game's release, we caught up with Masaaki Hoshino at Level Up 2014 and talked about Soul Calibur's shift from store shelves to digital free-to-play. During the interview we asked whether Lost Swords might ever make the transition to new-gen consoles. Hoshino-san had this to say on the matter (via a translator): "The Soul Calibur franchise has always changed to the new consoles; sometime that was the Dreamcast, sometime that was the PS2, sometime…
This week Ahmed and Khalil from Decoy Games(@DecoyGames) join Mike(@AssaultSuit) and Aaron(@Ind1fference) to talk about: Swimsanity, indie development, OctoDad, Kinect Sports Rivals, Assault Android Cactus, Broforce, Trials Fusion, Strike Suit Zero, TitanFall, Ducktales, Assassins Creed Black Flag, Kingdom Hearts, Castlevania Circle of the Moon, Wolf of Wall Street, Boondocks, Sleeping Dogs, The Last of Us, Moebius Empire Rising, Mega Man Soccer, TMNT(old and new), Rubin Hurricance Carter(R.I.P.), Palcohol, Vita, Virtuosity, The Raid, Retron 5, NBA 2K14, Metal Gear Solid 5 Ground Zeroes and more.…
By Michael Steranka: "Were hitting the road again, bringing the latest and greatest in PlayStation gaming to festivals and events across the country. Tomorrow marks the first stop in our Road To Greatness tour at the Stagecoach Music Festival in beautiful Indio, California, and from there we will be heading to a different city almost every week until November"
"We are two months ahead of the most important gaming events of all, and every developer is preparing their A game for the conference. Showing the perfect demo and knowing how to advertise your game is crucial at E3, as the impression your work makes there may stick with it forever."
Choice and the impact of it has become an increasingly larger part of gaming development over the past handful of years. BioWare is looking to continue that trend in not only the decisions Dragon Age: Inquisition players make, but also the actions they carry out.
Gamespot:This truly is the age of dragons.