Borderlands Movie Development

Last August, the news broke that Lionsgate was set to head up a Borderlands movie adaptation. The Hunger Games and Divergent studio will take the Gearbox tale to the big screen, and until now that's pretty much all we've known about the latest journey from controller to cinema. We now have confirmed names for screenwriter and producer on the project. Aaron Berg... Continue Reading →

Uncharted 4 Street Date Broken

Copies of Naughty Dog's much awaited Uncharted finale have hit eBay this morning as lucky consumers in the UK and some parts of Germany have snatched the game up two weeks before its official release date. With UK retailer CEX having sold a copy of the game on the high street, and Amazon reportedly jumping on the... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Deer Man

Red Mount Media is an indie studio based out of Pakistan who have until recently been specialising in short animations and films. Now though, they've released their debut virtual reality interactive story on Steam. Deer Man takes players through a snowy American forest, with a simplistic noir art style unique storytelling insight. Playing as protagonist Jacob's memory, players... Continue Reading →

Tables Turning on Sony?

Sony's PlayStation 4 has been dominating the console market since their shaming of Microsoft's Xbox One at E3 2013. While Microsoft were humiliated for their money-grabbing, anti-consumer initial Xbox One ideas, Sony were praised for their classically simple system that just did good games well. The announcement of the PS4K, or Neo, has quickly shattered that... Continue Reading →

Eve: Valkyrie VR Cross-Platform Play

Cross-platform play is still a distant truce between Xbox and PlayStation, however the much awaited VR title Eve: Valkyrie will see players sharing the love across Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR. Speaking at the EVE Fanfest 2016 in Reykjavik, Iceland, executive Eve producer Owen O'Brien announced the multi-platform compatibility. The space-shooter is available on Oculus now, is... Continue Reading →

The ‘Skip Mission’ Button is Changing Gaming

And i'm not convinced it's for the better. Disclaimer: I love the fact that modern gaming has taken to nourishing its storytelling potential, manipulating narrative form in innovative ways and using the interactive medium to access a deeper quality of meaning. However as games focus more and more on the storytelling aspects of their experience,... Continue Reading →

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