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Tokyo Game Show 2015: Capcom to launch competitive team shooter Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps next year

In a wild departure for the Resident Evil series, Capcom have announced a tactical team-based competitive shooter called Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps. The game will arrive next year on PS4 according to producer Masachika Kawata, who made the announcement during Sony’s pre-TGS 2015 presser. Continue reading Tokyo Game Show 2015: Capcom to launch competitive team shooter Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps next year

Tokyo Game Show 2015: Square Enix announce Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue for PS4

Square Enix are bringing a total of three Kingdom Hearts games to the PS4. The games will come as a package deal called Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. The announcement came during Sony’s press conference ahead of TGS tonight. Continue reading Tokyo Game Show 2015: Square Enix announce Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue for PS4

Video Games Interview: Media Molecule’s Rex Crowle talks Tearaway: Unfolded

Late last week, we got a chance to chat to Rex Crowle from Media Molecule about the developer’s upcoming title, Tearaway: Unfolded.  We asked him about the decisions that go into making a game as unique as Tearaway and how Media Molecule approach the task of moving the game, built for the PSVita, to a new home on the PS4. Continue reading Video Games Interview: Media Molecule’s Rex Crowle talks Tearaway: Unfolded

Video Games Review: Mad Max (PS4, 2015)

I’ve been thinking for a few days now about how I was going to approach my Mad Max review. I’ve found it an incredibly difficult game to review, for a number of reasons. It lacks the punch of Mad Max Fury Road and the vision of Shadow of Mordor. But it’s not bad. In fact, Mad Max is the most average game that I just seem to keep playing. Continue reading Video Games Review: Mad Max (PS4, 2015)

Video Game Review: Dishonored: The Definitive Edition (PS4, 2015)

Published by the acclaimed Bethesda and developed by Arkane Studios, Dishonored launched to critical and financial acclaim when it was released in 2012. While it was far from perfect, it certainly presented something fresh and forced players to think rather than merely kick a door down and shooting everything in sight. The Definitive Edition is now available for current gen consoles and this reviewer will happily admit that my initial impressions have now been severely altered. ... Continue Reading

New Assassin’s Creed Syndicate trailer gives our clearest look at London yet

With its October 10 release date looming, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate has a lot to prove. Many fans of the series are keen to see how the game runs in comparison to last year’s disastrous Assassin’s Creed Unity. The latest trailer for the game shows us not only what appears to be the game running but also a few locations from Syndicate‘s approximation of 19th century London. Continue reading New Assassin’s Creed Syndicate trailer gives our clearest look at London yet