How To Cry At A Video Game

The only video game I have ever cried at was That Dragon, Cancer. It was about two hours of emotional shitstorm that I will never forget, but by that end credit scene I was in complete agony. It was so personal and nuanced that the feelings and state of mind of its creator were literally laid out... Continue Reading →

Infinite Warfare Struggling with Pre-Orders

An independent estimation of pre-order sales for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has revealed a desperate situation for Activision's annual shooter release. Vgcharts has released the image below which displays the number of pre-orders that came in for 2015's Call of Duty: Black Ops III against those of this year for Infinite Warfare and the numbers speak for themselves. After a... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Waltz of the Wizard

It's our first free to play title on Indie VR Spotlight, and it's hit some phenomenal reviews since its release for the HTC Vive on May 31st. Waltz of the Wizard promises to show you exactly what it feels like to have magical powers in this playfully open experience. Developer and publisher Aldin Dynamics have been working... Continue Reading →

Is Nintendo Spreading Itself Too Thin With NX?

Yesterday, Digitimes reported that Nintendo has pushed their NX manufacture back from the initial mid-2016 date. Their new console is now set to go into production in early 2017, which will be pushing their intended March release date. But why have Nintendo taken these extra few months to finalise plans? They argue it's for virtual... Continue Reading →

Pre-E3 Show To Reveal New Deus Ex Projects

Mankind Divided is set for release this August, however Square Enix and Eidos have just announced that they are hosting a pre-E3 event to display some more upcoming Deus Ex projects. What we're probably looking at here is a spin off title, or series. The likelihood of another full release being ready to show off before the previous... Continue Reading →

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