Whether it’s a classic adventure game, or a shooter that came out a few months, ago it doesn’t matter. Some developers and publishers just can’t resist putting themselves in their games, usually as a hidden easter egg, but sometimes they’re just right in front of us. YouTubers at OutsideXbox collected seven of these…
My Apple iPad 2. Crisp display with a density of 132 ppi. Reacts to multi-touch gestures. Contains accelerometer, gyroscope. Reacts to involuntary shakes in hands. Enough battery life to last the majority of a cross country flight. Reacts poorly to excessive, clammy sweating. Does not register uncontrolled clenching…
A woman is in peril! Unbeknownst to her, a killer is leaning out from the shadows, murder weapon at the ready, and only one man can save the day. Just one problem—her potential savior is a ghost, invisible and intangible. Guess it's time to get creative.
The critically acclaimed adventure game Ghost Trick has arrived in the Apple app store, where iPhone and iPad gamers can play it… for free? Well, the first two levels are free, anyway. After that, it'll cost you. Chapters 3-7, 8-13, and 14-end will cost $4.99 apiece, or you can download the whole shebang for $9.99.
We've already recognized a whole bunch of the best game soundtracks of 2011. But of course, there are only so many hours in the day—only so much time to play games, and one can only write about so many game soundtracks.
Nowadays video games are, at best, a means to an end at the Consumer Electronics Show. They are used to highlight television fidelity, or 7.1 surround sound or 3D. But there's still one company that puts games first: Capcom.
You can have your Gran Turismos. The GT that I've been anticipating playing again since I first tried it last week is Ghost Trick.
The man behind Capcom's oddly addictive Ace Attorney games has a new DS title up his sleeve that has you possessing objects to manipulate and trick your way through plot-heavy puzzles.