Touche Sony, touche! During the Sony Gamescom briefing, a new “interactive teaser” was briefly introduced for a horror title simply called P.T. – the demo went live on the PSN store instantly with little other information given. Sony knew what they were doing and a few heart issues later, so did the gaming community in one of the most horrific and terrifying game experiences ever!
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Sony took to their Gamescom conference this afternoon revealing a wealth of new information about existing titles, and introducing new titles we will all shortly be desperate to get our hands on. Having teased us during the build up to Gamescom with a series of cryptic shorts involving snow and blood, with speculation pointing to Until Dawn being re-revealed for PS4; that’s exactly what happened and we got our first look at the forthcoming PlayStation exclusive survival horror title.
Gamescom has officially started, and with that game announcements, trailers and information overload is about to commence once more for gamers. First up is the first look at gameplay from Dead Island 2. Check out the gory new trailer below, but be warned; the trailer is NOT for the feint hearted or anyone with an aversion to blood!
UPDATE: Check out the first official trailer for Assassin’s Creed Rogue here;
If you’re a fan of The Last Of Us you will probably already know about One Night Live – a one-off, live script reading of some key scenes from the critically acclaimed The Last Of Us. Well, for anyone who wasn’t able to go to the show (which I’m sure is most of us), thePlayStation official YouTube channel has uploaded the show for anyone to watch.
It appears that there’s been some bad news for Activision and Bungie’s $500 million game; it appears that Destiny‘s final game information, or at least partial data, has leaked onto the internet.With around six weeks left to go before launch and following the end of the public Destiny beta, it will be a story about the game no-one at Activision or Bungie will want to read.
Ahead of their panel discussing Mass Effect at San Diego Comic Con, BioWare teased fans with this teaser video;
Over the next ten days, I’m going to be taking an in-depth look at Destiny, the beta and everything else to do with the build of the game that’s currently being loved on the PlayStation 3 and 4. I’ll be updating this page on a daily basis with new information, based on what I’ve come across, enjoyed and hated in the game. I intend to look at the different game modes and mission types as well as other features like Grimoire and the Destiny Companion App.
Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski says E3 is a waste of money. That’s according to an interview by the game developer, commonly and sometimes lovingly referred to as Cliffy B, with VentureBeat.
There’s an unhealthy perception in the gaming industry that the PlayStation Vita is struggling, and that it lacks a solid library games. In actual fact, there has never been a greater time to pick up a Vita; here I’m going to run down why now is the time to strike to pick up Sony’s handheld beast and counter some of the lingering questions surrounding the portable console.
Murdered: Soul Suspect allows you to carry out a winding investigation into your own murder – it’s an interesting prospect but does the game conclude with a satisfying result or is it frustrating enough to make you want to commit a murder?
Gaming has always had its benchmark titles; those games that stand out head and shoulders above the rest, those that set the trends other studios work towards or try to best. These seminal titles are considered to be the benchmarks of which other games, and sequels, are judged; particularly within specific genres. Every so often, with increasing rarity in an industry which relies heavily on sequels and franchises, a game comes along and sets a new benchmark.