Even though it’s only been a year, I feel as though we’ve seen quite a bit of Watch Dogs but yet again, know very little about the premise. Another public showing means that we still know very little but instead know more about the gameplay which is looking stellar ahead of its release this November.
Motorstorm creators Evolution Studios are bringing Driveclub to the PlayStation 4 and creating their vision of a game from a decade ago bringing team based racing to a whole new level. Driveclub is coming to PlayStation 4 and will be a launch title with the system. Also, should you be a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you will receive Driveclub PlayStation Plus edition for free at the PlayStation 4 l...[Read More]
It was quite some time ago that Crimson Dragon was announced and coming to Xbox 360 with Kinect but as we found out at the Microsoft press conference, it is now coming exclusively to Xbox One and has dropped the Kinect functionality. View the announcement trailer below and enjoy.
There’s not many other developers that can show off the processing power of the PlayStation 4 quite like Guerrilla Games. Killzone Shadow Fall is one of PlayStation 4’s exclusive launch titles and is looking to change up the Killzone formula. We will find out just how different it is later this year but for now enjoy the E3 trailer.
inFamous Second Son is the only game that was revealed at the PlayStation reveal that won’t be a launch title for the PlayStation 4. However, it will be coming out in the Spring of 2014 so it’s not a million miles away. For now though, Sony have released a gameplay video for the game and its looking very impressive indeed upping the effects and the destructibility, inFAMOUS Second Son...[Read More]
Even though the focus at the Sony press conference was on the PlayStation 4, they had a lot to show attendees in regards to the Vita at their E3 booth. Below you will a bunch of trailers for upcoming games on the PlayStation Vita. Although these may not cover every Vita game on the way for the system, it does prove a continued support for the handheld that is quickly becoming the indie handheld wh...[Read More]
For two years in a row now, Ubisoft have surprised everyone one announced a brand new ambitious title at the end of their press conference. This year they are bringing a new IP under the Tom Clancy which is an online RPG shooter that looks interesting and promising in equal measure. There is no news on release windows just yet but it’s still worth watching the gameplay below, even if you hav...[Read More]
During Sony’s press conference, Bethesda took to the stage to announce that Mad Max is being developed for the PlayStation 4 by Just Cause 2 developers Avalanche Studios. You can see the debut trailer below but knowing the mix of the developer’s pedigree and the source material, this is one game to keep an eye on.
If there’s one game that really shows off the power of the PlayStation Vita then look no further than Killzone: Mercenary. Up until this point first person shooters haven’t had the best success on the system with Resistance: Burning Skies and Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified both failing to hit their mark. Killzone: Mercenary will hopefully bring some great success in both the genr...[Read More]
Despite not getting a huge amount of love at the press conference, there are still some interesting titles coming out for the PlayStation Vita. One of those that should be very high on your list is Media Molecule’s Tearaway. A new trailer was released for it and it still looks like a really fun title. Tearaway launches later this year on PlayStation Vita
It may have completely absent from the Microsoft press conference, another summer of arcade is still happening. Starting on August 7th beginning with TMNT, each week for four weeks will bring a highly anticipated downloadable title. The four games are: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadow Flashback Brother: A Tale of Two Sons Charlie Murder
While every JRPG fan are probably still reeling from both the Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III reveals but Square Enix have also released a new trailer for the remastering of Final Fantasy X and X-2 releasing on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. The games are still scheduled to be released later this year.