Sony devoted almost all of its two-hour long E3 Press conference to new PlayStation games, including several long gameplay demos and plenty of surprises. The Last Guardian got a 2016 release date, and PlayStation VR got a price. Plus God of War is back and Norman Reedus is getting a game.
Michael’s back with a game that came out nearly 20 years ago for this week’s Retro Game Friday! It’s Crash Bandicoot!
Todd has been doing so much PC gaming lately that he’s not really paid much attention to all the rumors of upgraded versions of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But he worries that enhanced consoles releasing so soon after launch would be dangerous to the industry.
In anticipation of Uncharted 4, Chella and Drew tackle the thorny issue of Tomb Raider vs Uncharted, in an extra long episode of gaming podcast Argue the Toss.
Ninja Theory has released a gorgeous new Hellblade trailer for its upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive, now called Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice.
When Chella got Uncharted: the Nathan Drake Collection for Christmas, she discovered a game series she loves, but had been missing all these years. Now she gets why people say the Uncharted games are great.
The release date for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has been delayed for a third time. A key PlayStation 4 exclusive, the game will now launch on 10 May.
Set in the fictional, Shropshire village of Yaughton, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture begins after the end has already happened. Glorious attention to detail, an expertly delivered narrative and a moving score ensure this game rises above its flaws.
Hideo Kojima Leaves Konami, Forms Studio, Working on PS4 Exclusive Game
Sony pulled out all the stops for the Paris Games Week, including revealing many exclusive titles coming out for the PlayStation 4. Exclusive new titles included Horizon Zero dawn and Matterfall from Housemarque.