I just watched a storm-trooper gun-down an army of rebellions. Bullets whizzed past in 4k HD sound so crisp I gasped. And over my head explosions screamed and seared with the intensity of a thousand suns. I then feel a whisper in my ear. A whisper that “this is only an alpha build”.
The Last Night went up against triple-A titles in Microsoft’s E3 presentation this week. It not only managed to hold it’s own, but it managed to blow most other titles out of the water.
Fullbright finally provide a release date to the follow-up to their 2013 breakthrough hit Gone Home. Tacoma will be avaliable worldwide on August 2nd.
Nintendo have been dropping trailers today quicker than I dropped GCSE French! Arms, Splatoon 2, and Pokemon DX all got a a moment to shine in Nintendo’s cheery new trailer.
A game trailer is meant to sell you the game. Make you want it. Make you yearn for it. Sadly the new trailer for Tiny Trax doesn’t do this. It’s leave you questioning whether you accidentally hit the skip button.
Gamers are dedicated to the games they love. They’ll make colosseums in Minecraft. Create music compositions in Super Mario World. But the team at Kramer Media have gone one step further. They’ve made the Terminator 2 in GTAV…. the whole film!
TenCent have just announced their gaming revenues for Q1 2017; $3.9 billion. That’s more than double of any other games publisher. And gamers still don’t care.
Empty is a new indie game where the player must de-clutter a room by altering the camera’s perspective. If you hate when your belongings randomly disappear just because you were looking at it funny, then maybe you shouldn’t read on.
I’ve never cursed at a shark. Not once. Ever. Despite the trauma they have brought onto my family (sometimes I still hear the shark laughter). But last night after three hours I called a Shark words I can’t repeat. All of it in a free-to-play game called Raft.
Vignettes is a game that expects you to take a unique perspective on things to win. But will gamers be comfortable adjusting their view-point?