A 3rd person action game with a giant minotaur and Resident Evil 1 style camera work in VR. Is this a match made in Heaven or Hades for Theseus?
Ruaidhri jumps back into virtual reality to dodge bullets like Neo and throw ashtrays like a hooligan, all to kill the red polygonal enemies of Super Hot VR.
With leaks of the PS4.5 seeming to point to true Ali wonders whether we need a new Playstation and what this means for console generations.
Mike Bithell has released his next game, but is this his difficult second album or a continuation of form after his excellent Thomas Was Alone. Robin Hood meets Youtube streaming in Volume.
Just in time for Halloween Ruaidhri straps on his big boy pants and tries not to be a big girl’s blouse with his review of the latest in the Corpse Party games.
I’ve always collected games, but the intention of it and dedication took an upswing a couple of years ago. I can’t pretend to own many…
With #Gamergate finally winding down but the hatred sticking around, why are there angry gamers and why do people start flame wars and social media campaigns? And why did #Gamergate have to ruin Adam Baldwin?
Ruaidhri gets his stealth on in Dynamighty’s Playstation release, Counterspy. Metroidvania style Cold War stealthathon is cross-buy and cross-save, but is it worth your time?
Elliot takes a trip through time to his childhood, the 90’s. And with glasses firmly rose tinted he explains why the 90’s were the best for gaming.
Ruaidhri has read the, most likely false, Sony E3 Leak. Has Sony already forgotten about their handheld console?
Sony made many mistakes at the outset of this generation, but to bury its contributions during the last seven years under the weight of “$599 US DOLLARS” would be a tremendous waste. From the unprecedented value offered by Playstation Plus to the company’s courting of indie development, Sony has done a 180 since 2006, setting numerous examples their competitors should follow. As we eagerly anticipate the Playstation 4, let’s look at the little and not so little things Sony did right during the Playstation 3’s lifespan.
It’s nearly 11pm. I should be getting ready to go to bed. Instead I’m waiting to watch the Sony Future conference, to see the unveiling on the PS4.
I’m well prepared. I have a drink and some food to keep me going through what could be an hours long presentation. My laptop is plugged in, my dogs put to bed and I’ve got the official Sony livestream page open and ready half an hour before launch as I prepare my notes. How bad could it be?