Tag: NEXT GEN
Like most things Sony tries to hide, it ends up getting leaked before an official announcement. The Last of Us Remastered was pretty much confirmed a while ago, but today Sony went ahead and confirmed it themselves earlier today. Come inside to check out what all will be included in the new version of Naughty Dog's amazing game for the next-gen console!
Rocksteady has revealed it's final game in the Batman Arkham franchise and it looks pretty amazing. We get to drive the batmobile through an expanded Gotham City and have a badass looking new villain called the "Arkham Knight". Details on the new character are pretty scarce, but today, Warner Bros has released a batch of new screenshots from the game giving our first full look at him, plus a few other goodies to oggle. Come inside to check them out!
Fans of the beloved and critically acclaimed RPG franchise, The Witcher, have some sad news ahead of them. The highly anticipated third game in the franchise, coming exclusively to the next (current?) generation consoles has been delayed by the developers and pushed all the way back to 2015. Come inside to read the letter from the developers explaining the delay and see about when you'll be playing it!
Normally we won't even bother hinting at a price cut for a console, unless of course it's the Vita. Yet, even with people begging the Vita to drop its already low price, it took a while for it to ever happen. Xbox One on the other hand seems to be getting the message loud and clear and already has a price drop in mind. Xbox One is already seeing some price cuts in certain regions.
This past Saturday saw the first VGX show (spurring from Spike TV's Video Game Awards) and as before, a whole bunch of game trailers were shown off. Square Enix brought to the show brand new trailers for Thief and an announcement for the next-gen remake of Tomb Raider. In case you missed them over the weekend, or want to watch them again, we've got them for you here as well as a bunch of other details on the games!
Zen Pinball 2, one of the best virutal pinball gaming platforms out there (I can't stop playing their awesome Star Wars tables) is coming to the next generation PlayStation Console in a couple weeks with a pair of free tables, and the ability to download any table packs you've already purchased completely free! Come inside for all the details on when you can download this on your brand new system.
Whenever a new console comes out, it’s exciting and I love getting them on day one. Sure you have a few bugs and some lackluster launch titles, but it’s fun having something new. I’ve owned the past couple of PlayStation’s on launch and now that I've played around with the PS4, it's obvious that Sony's learned from the PS3's launch fumbles. I’m not talking entirely about supporting demand and lower prices, but from a gamer perspective it’s a better experience.
If you haven't heard yet, the next-generation of gaming consoles is now here, as the PlayStation 4 launched today in North America. Of course, Sony was throwing a launch party to celebrate such an auspicious occasion, and they didn't let the opportunity slide to announce some really cool stuff. Naughty Dog was on hand to reveal the first trailer and details on The Last of Us story DLC, Left Behind, AND perhaps best of all, they revealed a new Uncharted game for the PS4. Come inside to check out both trailers!
The next generation of gaming with the PS4 and Xbox One is inching closer and closer every day, and with it comes all kinds of fascinating things: better visuals, bigger games, and some nifty online perks. Yet with all this good news, there are still some steps backwards. With many people complaining there "isn't enough" on the upcoming consoles, could the steps backwards be harsher than they should be?
Easily one of the most anticipated launch games for the next generation consoles (the PS4 and Xbox One) is Watch_Dogs, Ubisoft's upcoming open-world action adventure. The game has been stunning audiences since it's first debut a couple E3's ago, and with just a month before it's launch, Ubisoft has made the decision to push the game back into 2014. Come inside for all the details on this sad news...