The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 accessory markets are in full swing, with groups like SlickWraps bringing their device-covering designs to the market in all shapes and sizes. Today what we’re having a peek at is a couple of "wraps" made for the Xbox One wireless controller and the PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller. In addition to the wrap, the SlickWraps also bring the heat to the DS4’s Light Bar, mustache style.
Driving game developers aiming to push their title in the near future at 30fps might need to reconsider their methods in light of the latest DriveClub deliverable. This week’s first full gameplay trailer is being delivered in 1080p and 30fps with a result that’s more than a little impressive. Here a Pagani Huayra takes to the streets of rural Canada to scare the pants off all 60fps nay-sayers.
The Elder Scrolls Online fans wanting to play the game on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 will have to wait longer, with unforeseen problems on both platforms pushing the release back from June by another six months. The team behind the game had hoped to quickly port it across from PC and Mac, but found that network issues to do with Xbox Live and PlayStation Network made that trickier than expected.
This week there’s word that our favorite god-smasher Kratos may be making his way to the PlayStation 4 sooner than expected. This fellow has been the star of a couple of games that will be coming to the PlayStation Vita in the form of God of War Collection. We wouldn’t be surprised if the same title also came to PlayStation 4 digitally.
The PS Vita hasn’t been a monumental hit - but that’s not stopping developers from producing - and porting - games at a rather high rate. This week one of the most epic series of games ever to have been produced for the PlayStation 2 is headed for the PlayStation Vita. It’s time for God of War.
The game called "Freedom Wars" isn’t one you’re going to find at your local used game shop any time soon. It’s being developed and pushed by Sony Computer Entertainment’s JAPAN Studio, Shift, and Dimps, and it’s got mecha-dragons. Many, many mecha-dragons.
Each time a "Madden" game is released, football addicts flock to the title like insects to a bug-zapper. This year in Madden 15, the group responsible for pushing the title to the next level is making certain their audience expands - not just with gameplay enhancements, but with graphics as well. Realism is about to get a boost, that is to say.
What did I just see? That’s what you’re likely thinking if you’ve already seen the first full trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. This trailer appears to be letting the world know that Call of Duty is about to get a major revamp, reacting to the ever-changing environment of First Person Shooters. It’s not like Call of Duty has any direct competition - but it’s night time for a change anyway.
What if a company was your opposition in war? A new Call of Duty game asks that very same question. The latest Call of Duty takes a page from recent political headlines and puts it in the palm of your hands. A new video for the game, which you can see below, teases the idea heavily.
If you’re a fan of the recently revealed ninja-esque game THIEF, you’re aware that we’re in an age of "choose your own" gameplay. You can make a game your own, and developers encourage this with bonuses and tags in either fashion. With the newer - not yet released - game Wolfenstein (2014), you’ll find at least two kinds of gameplay going on.
Bungie is showing off seven full minutes of gameplay from their upcoming Destiny title, an immersive first-person shooter set in a dystopian future. In the video, which you can see below, a co-operative assault takes place in Devil’s Lair, or ‘Old Russia’. The video shows actual in-game graphics, and we must say — it’s impressive.