On today's Highlight Reel we have lucky gun throws in Counter-Strike, random raining cars in Far Cry 4, photobombing helicopters in Battlefield 4 and more.
What do Ratchet & Clank, Infamous, Uncharted, and God of War have in common? Apart from the whole being-on-PlayStation thing? Yep, they all have Minecraft levels based on them. Good ones, too!
Well, Kirk wasn’t a fan in his Infamous: First Light review so let’s play the opening half hour and see what happens.
Electric Lady: Here's some spiffy new concept art of Fetch, the star of the PS4's upcoming Infamous: First Light.
Flames coursing around my arms, I look at the Seattle police officer standing before me. He puts his gun on the sidewalk and raises both hands in the air, shaking his head. I can accept his surrender or not.
Seattle is a great city for foodies, even if those foodies are super-powered fugitives from corrupt justice. The fake food-obsessed Paul Yan of Enjoy the Bits captured scenes of Infamous: Second Son at its tastiest.
"Brotaku: The Bro's Guide." As spotted by Wilfrid d'Anjou in Infamous: Second Son's Paper Trail DLC.
Back when the PS4 and Xbox One were announced, "next-gen" meant a lot of things to a lot of people. Smarter games, bigger games, different games, more ways to play with your friends. But it also meant that games would look a whole lot better.
Yep, Infamous: Second Son looks really nice. Last week when Sucker Punch released that super cool Photo Mode for their game, I had a feeling videos like this one would start turning up. And lo and behold, here we are.
Superman, Batman, Aquaman, and a very large shark from Injustice: Gods Among Us lead off this week's selection of a dozen gaming wallpapers.
We've already pretty well established that Infamous: Second Son is a really nice-looking game. Wouldn't it be cool if we had an easy way to freeze the game in action and really drink in all those shiny graphics?
The Lego Movie Videogame by Sangreal. One of today's ten gaming wallpapers:
PlayStation 4 eye-popper Infamous: Second Son already gives players a bunch of in-game superpowers. Run up buildings, fly through the air, vanish in a puff of smoke… but what about the power to change the rotation of the earth??
Boy does Infamous: Second Son look visually stunning—which in a way, makes any glitches you come across all the better. The game manages to look great even when it's messing up a bit.
Infamous: Second Son is the Derek Zoolander of next-gen games: It is really, really, ridiculously good-looking. To put it in technical terms, there are a hell of a lot of graphics in this game.
The creators of the new Infamous game didn't hesitate to put their other big series, Sly Cooper, and its characters into the game as tiny easter eggs—among other funny things you might miss. They're all around the city as graffiti.
It can't be easy, being an innocent civilian in the world of Infamous: Second Son. The government has put your city on lockdown, everyone's suspected of terrorism, and a guy with superpowers just blew up your car. It's enough to make you want to take to the streets and protest.
Cute, Infamous. Very cute.