Arc System Works, the studio behind games such as Guilty Gear, BlazBlue and Persona Arena, has brought up a teaser site, which just so seems to be teasing an upcoming BloodRayne game, given as how the character that appears on it is wearing a medallion with the BloodRayne symbol on it.
The latest dev diary for the upcoming survival horror game Alien: Isolation talks about the artistic direction of the game, and how they managed to bring old-school into a current game.
Microsoft announced today that it has shipped 5 million Xbox One consoles to retailers since the console’s launch. Note that this is strictly from manufacturer to retailer, not retailer to customer. Of these 5 million, it’s not guaranteed that all of them have been sold to customers. Microsoft said that this 5 million surpasses the Xbox 360′s sales around “the same point in time” in the 360′s launch by 60 percent.
I want to be immersed. I love story focused games. I love connecting with characters and watching them grow as people. Having a decent story and characters in a game is a great way to connect you, meld you into the whole experience and while games have certainly come a long way in terms of story telling and visuals that could make your eyes pop, there is still room to grow to complete that immersion. Below is a list of features that I would like to see implemented in a few games that could help with adding that bit of realism and help to complete the immersion.
It sure seems like the Risen franchise is going back to its roots, and leaving aside the whole pirates and islands stuff, bringing players back to some quite dark world full of threats and obstacles to go through.
inFAMOUS: Second Son has been a real hit for all of those PlayStation 4 owners thanks to the amazing graphics’ quality it brings, along with the story behind Delsin’s powers.
I am about halfway through my playthrough for the T.E.C. 3001 review, and thought it would be worth it to post some video of the game. Do not worry about how painful my gameplay looks in this vid; I just do not play certain games well. Certain games like platformers. And while T.E.C 3001 can ostensibly be labelled as an endless runner, its DNA is equal parts, if not predominantly, from the platformer strain. Feel free to skip around, particularly in the latter half of the video, as that last level was tough; for me, at least. And if the game looks interesting enough for you endless runner fans, feel free to give it another look over on Steam, where the game is going for $3.99.