Indie VR Spotlight: Kept

We've noticed a bit of a trend in the last few Indie VR Spotlight posts, The Gallery and CTRL were featured over the last few weeks. A narrative focus is emerging on the horizon of virtual reality development, particularly the titles being published by independent developers. Kept is no different, and is perhaps the pinnacle of such story focus in VR.... Continue Reading →

Everything You Need To Know Before PSX 2016 Kicks Off

Today marks the beginning of Sony's PlayStation Experience extravaganza. The annual Sony event that sees fans and industry names come together to celebrate everything PlayStation. PlayStation Showcase - Keynote Saturday kicks off with the PlayStation Showcase, beginning at 10am Pacific Time (18:00 GMT). Announcements and reveals will come thick and fast, and we'll also get to... Continue Reading →

Review – Amnesia: Collection

It's a good thing you've probably got a spare pair of pants under the Christmas tree this year, because the Amnesia Collection has been released just in time to ruin them all. When Amnesia: The Dark Descent first hit PC markets in 2010 it made headlines with its label as the scariest game in living memory. It's taken 6 years... Continue Reading →

New Death Stranding Trailer – don’t worry we have no idea either

Death Stranding is Kojima's first solo project since he left Konami and it represents the bizarre idiosyncrasies that can accompany a free reign in creative game development. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgAFjCdRUls The new trailer forgets Reedus' creepy naked character in favour of another unnamed figure walking into shadowed tunnel. Surrounded by tanks and soldiers, that strange oily gunk makes... Continue Reading →

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