After their trio of home console, nostalgia-panging overview videos, Sony appears to be capping things off by releasing a video detailing their flirtations with the handheld gaming space. The remembrance of their handheld offerings is certainly an interesting thing to do at this stage (especially with their newest bite at the apple, the Vita, being just over a year old), as it, along with the chronicling of their home console history, points towards a more [...]
This is one easily of the saddest days in my gaming life. The series I have played and loved for five years is ending it’s weekly DLC on April 2nd. The reason I was even hired on this site was to cover Rock Band news and it quickly grew to much more, but to me, this absolutely sucks. I can’t even think of a joke to make in this situation. [...]
Sony has a big event coming Wednesday, so with that in mind, I think they’re trying to impress us in preparation of the impending alleged PS4 reveal. Well bad news, Sony, you’ve screwed up enough this gen for me that even a fantastic week of PS Plus isn’t enough to change my mind on the PS3 era. Bring back PS2 compatibility and we’ll talk… That said, this week of PS [...]
In the run up to their 2013 Playstation Event this Wednesday, Sony have been periodically releasing overview videos, each succinctly chronicling the PSone, Playstation 2 and Playstation 3 home consoles. With the nostalgia pangs coming hard and heavy with the original Playstation overview video, what are your favorite memories of the brand as we build up to the announcement of a fourth generation Playstation? We’ve got all three videos for you after the [...]
At long last the house that Halo built and former Microsoft first-party developer Bungie, have just now officially revealed their first post-Halo IP – the massively sprawling, cross-generational, social media focused epic shooter that is Destiny. Better yet, they’ve officially unveiled it with a bunch of moving pictures (in the form a snazzy Vidoc) that we have for you after the break. Take a look!
The Wall Street Journal reckons that the Playstation 4, or whatever it ends up being called, will be able to stream previous generation games. Tech website The Verge has also corroborated this report; lending some weight to the previously mooted idea that Sony‘s $380m purchase of Dave Perry led streaming specialist Gaikai, would be a large part of the new Playstation’s make-up. We’ve got more on this after the break.
If a placeholder on French retailer Micromania is to believed, then Bungie‘s Destiny is supposed to arrive in October 6th. The October 6th date is interesting given the fact that during their conference calls, Acti-Blizz execs cast doubt on the game even making it onto the shelves this year. Apparently encompassing a “unique scenario in a connected world, full of action and adventure,” Bungie’s next opus is thought to be a [...]
Episode 2 is here! You know, for all of the reader that checked out the first episode… And look! We have a fancy banner thanks to Randall Drew of Rkdia Comics! He did this week’s video image as well. Episode 2: On Location with Youth Large sees the crew recording on location at The Video Game Store in downtown Wilkes Barre, PA. Small (Tim) was working, so why not, right? [...]
One of the best games revealed at last years E3 was Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs; a sandbox style game about hacking giving you the ability to turn off lights, tap into cell phones and change signal light colors with the push of a button. Kotaku got photos of a poster that states ‘Available Holiday 2013′ and also ‘Available on all Home Consoles.’ Wii U? Ouya? Steam’s Mystery Console? Guess we’ll find out closer [...]
Once again, the next slice of Rock Band DLC to arrive will be a selection of songs previously exclusive to Rock Band Blitz, but with no Pro upgrades in tow this time around. So again, if you have purchased Blitz prior, as you should have, this week’s offerings are, well, a misnomer. Check out full details, as well as RBN details, after the jump!