Sierra today revealed the long-awaited debut gameplay trailer for its upcoming game, King’s Quest. Planned for fall 2015, King’s Quest marks a return of a franchise that helped define the adventure genre when it first came to life 30 years ago. The trailer premiered at The Game Awards 2014, where King’s Quest series creator Roberta Williams received high honors alongside her husband and fellow Sierra co-founder, Ken Williams, in a ceremony that looked back on the long legacy of King’s Quest and Sierra. The duo received the Industry Icon Award to celebrate their contributions to video game culture and creativity. … Continue reading New, Remade King’s Quest Gets First Trailer
Hello Games revealed a new No Man’s Sky gameplay video at The Game Awards, on Friday – hence the whooping crowd noises. The video shows ships landing and taking off from gorgeous, multi-coloured planets populated by alien flora and fora, which we’re told are all procedurally generated. No Man’s Sky wowed everyone, when it was revealed earlier this year and seems to be living up to the hype, so far. The more we see, here at GiN HQ, the more we want to play it. The sci-fi game boasts millions of procedurally generated planets, each with their own plants, animals … Continue reading New No Man’s Sky Gameplay Trailer
Michael and John’s clan are very vocal about what they want in Destiny 2. Jump inside this week’s Video Game Tuesday to find out what they want.
Based on the award-winning HBO television drama series, Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series tells the story of House Forrester. Caught up in the events of The War of the Five Kings, they are placed in a precarious position where members of the household must do everything they can to prevent the house from meeting its doom. The season premiere episode will be available Tuesday, December 2nd on PC and Mac from the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, and on the PlayStationNetwork for PlayStation 4 in North America (SCEA). The episode will be available on … Continue reading Telltale Releases Game of Thrones Launch Trailer
While we have a lot of great games to celebrate this holiday season, Hargosh reminds everyone that quite a few titles lately have been launched in less than complete stages, putting a bit of a wet blanket over the fun.
Today, Warner Bros Interactive unveils new gameplay footage of Rocksteady’s upcoming Batman Arkham Knight. The new video shows the Batmobile in action, plus the new Fear Takedown move. One nifty trick, sees Batman hop into the Batmobile in mid-flight, in this action-packed gameplay footage. Batman’s suit looks like it’s got more hardware than ever, as Arkham Knight packs in the special moves and combat abilities. This video is the first of three showing Batman infiltrating Ace Chemicals and taking a whole world of pain to Arkham’s villains. Part two is coming on 1 December. Meanwhile take a look at this sneak … Continue reading New Batman Arkham Knight Gameplay Footage
If you were disappointed with Ghosts, then Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare should help the series find redemption. This one makes CoD fun again, both in the stellar single player campaign and with option-filled multiplayer.
Grand Theft Auto V is now available for an entire new generation of players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Players visiting Los Santos and Blaine County on PS4 and Xbox One will experience the all-new First Person Mode, support for up to 30-players in GTA Online, as well as a vast range of major visual and technical upgrades including new weapons, vehicles and activities, wildlife, denser traffic, enhanced damage and weather effects, a tremendous soundtrack update with over 100 additional new songs and much more. In addition to the increased player count, Grand Theft Auto Online also includes all … Continue reading Grand Theft Auto V Breaks Out To Next Gen Consoles
You thought Michael was done talking about Destiny didn’t you? Well he sort of is, but he’s using it to teach about the importance of Balance in Gaming in this week’s Video Game Tuesday.
While Assassins Creed: Unity is a solid game in the series overall, the amount of graphical and game-killing bugs make for a pretty bad, though sometimes unintentionally hilarious, experience overall.