I’ve almost no doubt that I’m going to enjoy Batman Arkham Knight. It looks beautiful, the combat and mechanics still feel great, and it continues to nail the ‘being Batman’ thing perfectly. Having played it though I’d have liked to have spent less time in the Batmobile.
My problem with the Assassin’s Creed games is that I always try to play them like stealth games, and Assassin’s Creed is not a very good stealth game. It’s a great action game, when it wants to be, but it’s just not built for stealth as anything other than a side-mechanic. It’s not adaptive enough; stray from the…
Q-Games' The Tomorrow Children is a lucid dream of community, crafting, monsters and 'Marxist parody'. A world where inhabitants work for the good of a communal town. And if that means bribing others to make your vote more equal than others? So be it.
This week in Germany, video game fans from all across the world have congregated at the altar of Gamescom, Europe's biggest trade show. And it looks like... hell.
Skills. Flashy effects. Spells. Oh, and don't forget the big-ass flaming swords.
Today at Gamescom, EA revealed the singleplayer mode for the upcoming Battlefield game.
A new day dawns on Cologne, Germany, and with it, Gamescom 2014. Yesterday, we heard from Microsoft and Sony—now, it's EA's turn.
You'd be forgiven for thinking, if you watched today's Sony Gamescom conference, that Sony has already given up on the PlayStation Vita.
Humans are so last-gen. The next game from the creator of Beyond Good & Evil will let you have adventures as any animal you see. It's called Wild.
Sony's coming closer to delivering on one of their PS4 promises and, soon, you'll be able to virtually hand off the games in your PS4 library to your friends.
Today at Gamescom, instead of showing off actual new gameplay footage from Metal Gear Solid V, director Hideo Kojima came out and gave us this:
Here is yet another look at Rime, the Wind Waker-esque action/adventure game that was announced for PS4 last year.
Straight out of Gamescom, here's your newest look at The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, that splendid-looking horror game that's releasing on PS4.
Announced today at Gamescom: Sony has sold—sold, not shipped—10 million PlayStation 4s to gamers around the world. Nice round number. Looks nice on the page. 10 million.
Gamescom continues this afternoon, as Sony takes the stage to talk all things PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Goat Simulator, Super Hot and lots of other indie games got a quick spotlight during the Xbox One press event at Gamescom today. Me, I can't wait for Cuphead. What looks good to you, dear readers?
Come, check out the murderous robots of Sunset Overdrive's Gamescom gameplay trailer. The game lands on Xbox One on October 28. Until then, enjoy "absent minded scientist" Floyd's narration of the carnage.
If you've been holding out for a white Xbox One, then you'll be able to get one this fall. Just announced at Gamescom, a Sunset Overdrive bundle will be the first chance the general public gets to own a frosty version of Microsoft's newest home console.
New Rollercoaster Tycoon? Nope: this is ScreamRide, a newly-announced Rollercoaster Tycoon-like-game for Xbox One and 360, shown off at Microsoft's Gamescom conference in Germany today.
Finally, a nice meaty preview of the next game from the makers of Max Payne and Alan Wake.