Jack Trenton was on stage early yesterday morning to shed some light on what Sony are bringing to the next gen console race. The most important announcement (outside the reveal of the console itself of course) was how the PS4 will handle used games and whether or not it will need to check in online in a similar way to the Xbox One.
Thankfully Sony’s console appears to be a world apart from Microsoft’s frankly pretty obnoxious offering (and this is coming from a 360 owner) with Sony making their stance on these questions pretty clear with the following statement: Read the rest of this entry
Picking up after a little break following the Microsoft press show earlier it’s time for another Live blog! This time with the company who stole the show last year Ubisoft. All I really want to see here is more Watchdogs, more Rayman and hopefully some nice game footage from Assassins Creed Black Flag though I fully expect to see some surprises too.
We will be getting started soon so stick around! Read the rest of this entry
As E3 draws closer, we can expect to start seeing more and more teaser trailers making their way on to the web as game dev’s, publishers and console manufacturers up the ante in the competition for our disposable incomes. Bungie were the big story today with the release of a gorgeous teaser trailer for their upcoming sci-fi shooter Destiny, the spiritual successor to Halo. Hit the jump for the Favreau directed trailer (Yes, Jon Iron Man Favreau). Read the rest of this entry
Well that was certainly a surprise wasn’t it. Is it better than Infinity? Yes. Better than 720? Yes. Is it still silly sounding? Also yes. Anyway, there was no real announcement in terms of the launch date (later this year) or with regards to the price. That being said lets get to the nitty gritty of Microsoft’s new extra shiny boxy box. Read the rest of this entry
What with all of the noise surrounding Iron Man 3′s immanent release it would be easy to forget about Marvel’s other big release this year. As is the case with Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World will take place in the wake of the events of last summers Avengers film and will see Thor battling an ancient race of Dark Elves led by the vengeful Malekith who threatens to plunge the universe into darkness.
The new trailer just dropped today and looks pretty interesting. As has been the pattern with super hero movies over the last few years, this sequel is looking a little darker than its predecessor. Oh and apparently the dark elves have a beef with London just like everyone else this year. Maybe they disapproved of the military funeral Maggie got the other week… Anyhow, Thor: The Dark World is due out this winter on December 31st and I am certainly looking forward to it.