It’s not surprising that one of the first games to receive retroactive PS4 Pro and HDR support would be from one of the company’s headline studios. Naughty Dog is Sony’s golden child and The Last of Us their prized prodigy, so it makes sense that the chart toppling masterpiece will sit at the forefront of PS4 Pro… Continue Reading →
Concept art for asset taken from Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End reveals that we may be seeing a The Last of Us comic series in the works soon. Even if you haven’t played through Uncharted 4 yet, you’d be stretched to not know about the The Last of Us easter egg that has been dug up by keep eyes. Among others, one of… Continue Reading →
Art seller Cook & Becker have offered up two new art prints of Team Ico’s previous titles Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. The Last Guardian went gold just last week, and will be released the NA public December 6th and 9th for EU after being in development since 2007. To celebrate, 500 museum-grade prints of each earlier game… Continue Reading →
It’s the question on everyone’s minds at Nintendo pulls down its banners and starts heading home after E3 2018, is this it for 3DS? While Reggie has been adamant from Switch’s Day One that he will continue to support the 3DS throughout Switch’s lifetime, this year’s gaming expo certainly didn’t hold true to his promises. It might be time to start retiring the dual screen life we’ve all become accustomed to. That being said, there’s still plenty of life left in the pocket-sized console.
Nintendo have historically been hostile towards third party development, going so far as sealing the fate of Wii U in its lack of library and walled off development network. That all seems to have changed with the Switch, however.
Outlast 2 made me think about the way we are rewarded in video games, and how we are motivated to seek that reward. What I found about the way we learn made me respect survival horror a lot more.
“The Super Soul Bros are what would happen if you jammed a 70s Herbie Hancock record into a Super Nintendo” There’s no better way to open up a discussion I recently had with the funk-fusion video game jazz band Super Soul Bros. than to quote their high energy tag-line. Based in San Jose, California, the… Continue Reading →
Riding off the niche but dedicated fan base of its original, Gravy Rush 2 is back with all the gravity flipping action we could hope for. Kat’s been cast out from her homeland, and has to battle her way through social injustices and an exposition of her own mysterious past in this exploration-heavy cel shaded beauty. In… Continue Reading →
The new year brings a new month of free games for PS Plus users. As always, you have until the first Wednesday of the month to download last month’s titles (hint: you’ll want to snag a copy of Stories: The Path of Destinies while you can), and your new batch will be ready and waiting on the… Continue Reading →