Borderlands fans who've waited patiently to play the game from their handheld shan't wait much longer: Sony has announced the upcoming launch of Borderlands 2 for the PlayStation Vita, something that will be kicked off with the availability of a Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PS Vita Bundle next month.
Star Wars fans, amidst all the speculation and excitement surrounding the upcoming movies, were almost graced with a video game based on Darth Maul, according to a demo reel that has surfaced. The game was reportedly set to be an origins game for the Sith, but was cancelled instead, never seeing the light of day.
As virtual reality continues to grow and interactive gaming in general becomes a bigger focus, some Stanford engineers have developed the next item of attention: an emotion-sensing game controller, which could lead to customized game play based on how the gamer is responding.
During GDC earlier this year, we went hands-on with the oddly popular Goat Simulator, giving a look at the gameplay in all its wonderful absurdity. For faithful players who are looking forward to the upcoming 1.1 update, take heart: multiplayer will be arriving with it, as well as a new map.
There’s a whole new (old) wave of games coming to Nintendo’s current collection of modern consoles. Both the GameBoy Advance and the Wii U will be getting a set of games throughout April, starting this week with Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Metroid Fusion, and Advance Wars. If you’ve played the last on that list of games, you know why the full collection of GameBoy Advance titles has been long awaited on a Nintendo digital front.
After shipping out its Kinect for Windows v2 Developer Preview kits in December last year, Microsoft has finally revealed the final hardware design of Kinect for Windows v2. The hardware resembles the Kinect for Xbox One but the underlying difference is that this new box has the words “Kinect” printed on the top panel. In place of the Xbox Nexus styled green “x” we find a simple power indicator.
Xbox One gamers have known for months that the reputation system from the Xbox 360 would be redesigned for the next-gen console gamers. Today on Xbox Wire, Xbox Live's Program Manager Micheal Dunn gave a preview of what the notifications will look like, making it easy to see what others think of you.