There’s something rather special about platforming games. It’s the dizzy excitement when you clear a bold jump, it’s the thrilling sense of relief when you figure out the solution to the puzzle and most of all, it’s the dazzling originality that so many of these games have. So Many Me is set to be a fantastic addition to the platforming genre and we’ve spoken to Extend Studio, the developers behind the Braid and Portal inspired game, to find out more.
According to reports, the answer to that question is very much yes. Lara Croft could soon be back, kicking ass, taking names and breaking down gender stereotypes and expectations as Tomb Raider once again, but this time on PS4 and Xbox One. We’ve got the details after the break.
FIFA 14 on next-gen is not what you expect. It’s not what you thought of in your wildest dreams and it’s not even encompassing what you wanted improved upon from EA’s previous attempt at perfecting the footie genre. If what EA say in this new FIFA 14 next-gen trailer is to be believed, it’s set to be so much better. Year on year we get incremental updates to the game; updated kits, more beautified blades of grass and that sort of thing but now, on next-gen it looks like EA Sports have finally accomplished something substantial. You can watch the new trailer discussing it all after the break.
Have you been under a rock lately? Or maybe a large, James Franco sized boulder? Good, we’re glad you haven’t because that would be unfortunate and you might have missed the North American launch of the PS4! Large chunk of sediment in your way or not, you’re here just in time for Sony to roll out their new console like a games machine with really big, mass marketed wheely things. It almost doesn’t need an introduction but in any case, the PS4 launch trailer is after the jump.
The science books were wrong. ‘Shadows are created by light hitting impenetrable objects’ they said and you believed it. But in the grander scale of things, Albert Einstein was taking on your science professor head-on, stating that worlds and living beings may exist outside of our own. That’s the theory that quirky title Contrast challenges in a new launch trailer suggesting that in our world, the shadows are very much alive and have more than enough reasons to be afraid of the dark.
“The Injustice saga is finally complete,” says the narrator of this Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition trailer and by the power invested in Batman’s trusty toolbelt, you’d better believe him, lest one of his super-friends power punch you around the moon for talking ill about NetherRealm Studios’ upgraded beat-em-up. It’s set to be a launch title for the PS4, a new game for PS Vita and a re-release for PS3 and Xbox 360, giving fans of DC’s famed cast of heroes and villains a chance to punch the supersnot out of each other before standalone story titles get granted to all of them. Needless to say, it’s out on those platforms soon and Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition has gotten a lovely new trailer to explain what’s so special about its special powers.
You’ve probably heard of it, right? A little console called the PS4? Thought so. But Friday’s ages away if you’re waiting for the console’s North America release date (the 29th of November is an even longer wait for those of us in Europe) and so you may well need a reminder as to what Sony’s brand spanking new console can do. Luckily, PS4 exclusive title inFamous: Second Son is plenty to get all pent up and hot under the collar about as lead Delsin Rowe’s bag of super-powered gameplay tricks have been shown off at a New York event. You can see these new inFamous: Second Son screenshots below.
Some games are all talk, with gimmicks out the wazoo like a marketer gone mad and features that they just can’t back up. NBA 2K14 is most definitely not one of those games. While other sports sims are happy to stick trademarked titles over their new features, this NBA 2K14 video just wants to show them off and when they look this good and can be supported with real, actual gameplay, 2K would be crazy not to.
In 2012, bad news rang in the ears of card gaming and RPG fans, as, after 10 years, the original Ateil was being switched off, shut down and packaged up, along with its battle grids, ranged fighting and addictive gameplay. Now, in 2013, a star-studded group of the original game’s developers are teaming up to make Alteil: Horizons, the next best card-based RPG.
Sometimes, you just want a change. You want fresh, new, original takes on genres that you love while the publisher wants reskinned sequels like a plucked chicken with a coat on. But we’ve had 7 whole years of that and the time is now to throw the system out the window attached to a giant lead balloon, and Sony’s upcoming PS4, could be the very console to start that revolution.