Getting Destiny to feature when they revealed the PlayStation 4 was a good move, but it’s nothing compared to hosting the game’s worldwide gameplay reveal at E3.
It’ll be developed by Turn 10 Studios as usual and, if this is in-game footage, looks absolutely stunning.
Max Payne creators back with bran new IP.
Just goes to show that Call of Duty can still do something relatively new.
We finally have some Wii U release dates!
The excitement I felt after the announcement of Assassin’s Creed III was still just not there for Black Flag, however this new gameplay trailer has gone some way to increasing that
Teaser trailers can be quite good, this isn’t one of those.
Even though Rayman Legends was delayed from its March release until August 30 in order to sync-up the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it doesn’t mean it’s going to be any less fantastic.
Cinematic storytelling in gameplay, or one big QTE?
As the world waited with baited breath for a trio of new Grand Theft Auto V trailer, the Internet collapsed.
If there’s two things I like it’s exciting new IPs and collector’s editions.
With the Move light bar, a speaker, a refined design and the replacing of the Start and Select buttons with Share and Options it’s a big shift for the iconic controller and Sony has released a new video to take a closer look at it.
My, my, file this under unexpected. Sony has just announced that a Ratchet & Clank movie will be released in 2015.
Including Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II and Jak 3, the Vita version will arrive in June at a price around £25-£30.
In just over four months, Sam Fisher’s latest adventure will hit consoles and PC in Splinter Cell: Blacklist and from what we’ve seen so far, it can’t come soon enough.
Do you enjoy bright lights, cyborgs, dinosaurs, lasers and the 80s? Then Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is for you.
The second episode in One Hit Pixel’s dedicated web-series: ‘A Brief Encounter’ takes a look at one of the most highly anticipated titles of the year.
After months of intriguing speculation, Hideo Kojima has officially revealed that the Phantom Pain is Metal Gear Solid V.
Those who either stayed up at an ungodly hour to watch the PlayStation 4 reveal, or those who merely watched footage hours later, may have already seen the open world gameplay footage of Watch Dogs. But as always there are two sides to every story.
We’ve known about it for nine months now, but today was Battlefield 4′s official unveiling.