The most impressive thing I saw at E3 was the behind-closed-doors extended demo of Uncharted 4, a video game about the power of stubble. Now, you can see it too. »
Warren Spector says virtual reality will be a fad, “at best a minor part of gaming’s future.” Far be it from me to question the director of Deus Ex on, well, anything. But I’m not sure it matters whether VR is a fad. Motion controls were a fad, yet that fad drove the sales of 100 million Wii consoles. »
I sit down in the dilapidated wooden chair, and put on the headset. It’s the twelfth time this week. I’ve gotten really used to Sony’s Project Morpheus, and I love the way it feels. I pretty much just press a button to pull the display closer to my face, and boom—I’m in another world. I just wish there were more… »
Adam Boyes, head of third-party developer relations at PlayStation, told me at E3 that he’s known about Square’s Final Fantasy VII remake for a year. It was a fun secret to keep. »
The PlayStation Vita is a handheld video game device manufactured by Sony Corporation. It was first released in Japan in December 2011. In 2015, some new games will be released for it. »
There’s something curious about Shenmue III on Kickstarter: it’s only asking for $2 million. It took $47 million to build the original game. What’s the deal? As it turns out, Sony’s partnering with its development. »
Sony closed its E3 presser tonight with some familiar faces: Nathan Drake and Sully in Uncharted 4. And boy, does the game look gorgeous. »
Street Fighter V has a PS4 beta coming July 23rd, along with two new characters: Cammy and Birdie, according to Sony’s E3 presser tonight.
Guerilla Games, long-time developers of Sony’s Killzone series, are trying something new. They just announced Horizon: Zero Dawn, a game about dinosaurs. And cavemen. And the apocalypse. »
Bombshell: The Last Guardian is still alive, and it’s coming out on the PS4 in 2016. The practically mythical game was shown off today during Sony’s E3 press conference. It’s a damn miracle.
Sony’s E3 press conference is about to begin. Does greatness await, or are we in for 90-odd minutes of corporate mediocrity? Follow along, and we’ll find out together. »