With so much riding on Xbox's release schedule, PlayStation needs to maintain its release strength moving into 2018. From new IP to crowd-funded classics, PS4 looks set to keep its stride throughout the year despite a lot of shared releases.
Rockstar Games have just updated their official site and Twitter pages with a simple red banner. The ubiquity of such a move suggests something big is on our horizons, and what's more pertinent to this red background than the whisperings of a Red Dead Redemption sequel. The sequel is in fact more than mere whisperings. It's a... Continue Reading →
This supposed map for a then-hypothetical sequel to Rockstar's Western adventure game Red Dead Redemption appeared on NeoGAF last week. To the joy of the fans however, sources have confirmed the map to be true and have released further details surrounding the prequel. TechRadar's trusted source verified the map as well as providing a clearer version for... Continue Reading →
The notion of the player / character relationship in video games has been the centre of much critical debate as the scope and depth of video game narrative has developed with the maturation of its technology. However, as we enter a new era of virtual reality gaming, it is important to consider the role that... Continue Reading →
Three more games were added to the Xbox One's popular backwards compatibility program. Assassin's Creed (2007) joins Assassin's Creed II on the roster, alongside Dark Void and Grid 2. Xbox's backwards compatibility program began last year, and has since proved immeasurably favourable with the fans. It's seen 360 titles like Halo, Fallout, Gears of War, and The Witcher benefit from added features on the Xbox One system such... Continue Reading →