Players can now relive the classic and groundbreaking Quantic Dream game, Fahrenheit aka Indigo Prophecy, with a special remastered version, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered. The game is available now for iOS, Windows PC, Mac and Linux operating systems. In addition, a new launch trailer for the game has been released and can be viewed in the player below.
Guillaume de Fondaumiere, co-CEO at Quantic Dream, recently revealed that the French studio’s dramatic interactive adventure title Heavy Rain has grossed $100m for Sony Computer Entertainment.(more…)
Sony had the most solid showing of the platform makers at E3. Microsoft focused on the Xbox as media device, while skimping on the game content. Sony, meanwhile, kept its eye on the games, and though the show featured some bewildering missteps, it opened and closed extremely strong.
Just last week Quantic Dream announced a brand new PS3 exclusive title called, Beyond: Two Souls. Now, it seems that they may be working on two more Playstation 3 exclusive.
Quantic Dream took the stage during Sony E3 Press conference to reveal their next title “Beyond”, which is a Playstation 3 exclusive. Here’s the first look at the game.
Quantic Dream, developers of Heavy Rain have released their latest tech demo called “Kara”.
Sony has been teasing us about this game for quite some time now. First they released a few teaser videos, which many assumed would be some sort of zombie type of game. This week we saw the first screenshots and wow do they look stunning. So who exactly is developing this game?
E3 2011 is nearly here, and everyone is speculating on what the big three are going to announce. Over the course of this week we are going to speculate on 5 possible announcements from each of the big three. If anyone has the potential for several high-key announcements it’s Sony. No company can match Sony with the amount of potential announcements. Nintendo has been exhausting a lot of their key franchises (Several companies are guilty of this) and Microsoft just doesn’t have the amount of exclusives to compete with either Nintendo or Sony. Hit the break to view our possible picks that could be unveiled at Sony’s press conference. Note: Even though we listed 5 they aren’t in any particular order.
After a long development cycle and rumors of cancellation; L.A. Noire is finally upon us. Developed by Team Bondi and published by Rockstar Games, L.A. Noire is set in the dark confines of 1940 Los Angeles. Does L.A. Noire break new ground with its impressive technology, or is it nothing more than a clone of Grand Theft Auto? Hit the break for our verdict.