This week at PAX East, NVIDIA showed off the fruits of their latest collaboration - working with Valve to bring the original Portal game to Android. More specifically to NVIDIA SHIELD, you’ll see this game being demonstrated on the handheld gaming system. Up close and personal, it would appear that this game is near completion - ready to launch, as it were.
This week a new video has been shared of the aesthetically spectacular artwork vision of a game known as Below. This game has been tipped to be heading to Xbox One as well as Steam in the past, and this week it’s been confirmed that Capybary Games will be bringing the game to Steam independently and to Xbox with ID@Xbox, the same as they will be bringing on Super Time Force.
A new collection of games have arrived this week with the OnLive service CloudLift. This system allows you to play a number of games that you’ve already purchased from OnLive and with Steam on any device you like, online, just so long as it has the OnLive app. We’ve tested games like Mortal Kombat with this system in the past and are having a peek at the new titles today.
The team at Sony Online Entertainment has let it be known that they’re going in to the zombie business, massively multiplayer online gaming style. This game will be coming out in the vein of DayZ and Rust, appearing at first to have more of a "Wild West" nature than the overly-structured bits of Dead Rising 3. This MMO was originally called "H1Z1 Apocalypse", shortened to H1Z1 for the final release, ready to dump you into an open world full to the hilt with zombies galore.
If you owned - or own - a Fitbit Force this season, you know there’s been a bit of trouble with users complaining of skin irritation. In light of this, it would appear that the folks at gaming device creator Razer have decided to put their own wearable device, the Razer Nabu, through another round of testing. Straight from co-Founder, CEO, and Creative Director at Razer Min-Liang Tan comes a message of assurance.
Mac gamers have a new game they can download right now on iTunes called SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition. This classic simulation game gives the gamer the ability to build anything they can imagine. You can dig rivers, plant forests, and make mountains if you want. Once you build your city in the game, you can destroy it with natural disasters.
Final Fantasy XIV has been on the PS3 game console for a while now. Square Enix started talking about a PS4 version that would be coming to the next gen console and not too long ago the beta for that PS4 version of the game started up. One of the cool things that Square Enix is allowing for gamers that upgraded from the PS3 to the PS4 console is the ability to take the progress you made in your PS3 version with you.
Today in a special edition of Nintendo Direct, the game maker announced the upcoming arrival of the new title Tomodachi Life, a Mii-based game that allows gamers to turn their friends and relatives into the game's characters. The game is set to arrive for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS in the near future.
With Watch Dogs’ final release right around the corner, final graphics and gameplay videos are being released left and right. Today we’re to understand from a PC Games video (now pulled) that Ubisoft is suggesting the game will be full HD (1080p) on the PlayStation 4. The Xbox One has no such confirmation. Meanwhile, NVIDIA has stepped up with their optimizations video - always an interesting spot to watch when a new game has had top-level work done with the folks that make the graphics cards you might very well be using to play the game.