More Delays For The Last Guardian

They started making the game a year after PS3 was released... so we can hold on a little longer.  It's been a long road for The Last Guardian, the PS4 adventure from gen DESIGN and Japan Studio. The project began way back in 2007, that's 11 years of development so far, plus a few extra weeks for... Continue Reading →

What Does Frostbite 3 Mean For Mass Effect Andromeda?

EA have reignited the Mass Effect: Andromeda hype with some gorgeous looking screenshots and gameplay trailers in recent days. These dreamy shots of various exo-suited characters gazing into intergalactic landscapes are testament to BioWare's mastery of the Frostbite 3 engine. BioWare's first foray into Frostbite was Dragon Age: Inquisition, a move that received predominantly positive critical attention. For Origin, the devs... Continue Reading →

Should You Buy A PS4 Pro?

Sony introduced the world to their 4K PS4 Pro last night at a meeting in New York. It's fair to say at this point that the PS4 Slim is one for those who haven't yet made the fourth generation leap, offering the same brains as the classic PS4 but in a more table friendly shell.... Continue Reading →

EA Access Not Including Titanfall 2… Here’s Why

News broke today via GameReactor, that Titanfall 2 will not fall under the EA Access bracket. The subscription service for EA customers usually provides early gameplay opportunities, discounts, and trials on its new EA releases, however Titanfall 2 players apparently won't be so lucky. Developers Respawn Entertainment offered no explanation for the move, but it's easy to see where... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: The Gallery

The Gallery has been built for VR, with an active first episode released on Steam already on Vive and an Oculus version arriving soon. Advertised as a deep mystery narrative with an eclectic mix of characters, The Gallery has been built with 80s fantasy in mind. It will see players through its winding narrative using full room scale... Continue Reading →

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