Articles by Mitchell Lineham
Killzone coming to Vita doesn’t surprise anybody but it’s still great to have Sony finally confirm it at gamescom.
The reveal trailer was heavily multiplayer based but there were also some story hints, as is obvious by the title, that show that the game will focus on mercenaries rather than playing from the perspective of the ISA and Helghast.
Sony have announced that Ratchet and Clank: Q-Force (or Full Frontal Assault in the US) will be coming to the PS Vita and, better yet, it will be a cross-buy title which means that if you buy it on PS3 or Vita, you will get the other version for free.
The release date for Dead Space 3 has been solidified with it still releasing in February but now we can confirm that NA will get it on 5 February 2013, whilst the UK and the rest of Northern Europe will see it on the 8 February.
EA and Visceral Games have also revealed a new feature for the game – weapon crafting.
Capcom has announced a free online stat-tracking system to release alongside Resident Evil 6 called ResidentEvil.net.
It will record your in-game stats such as your number of kills, deaths, headshots, accuracy, etc, and will offer rewards depending on how well you do.
Remember Me, a new IP from French developer DONTNOD Entertainment, has been revealed by Capcom.
It is a third-person sci-fi game that follows protagonist Nilin as she travels through futuristic Neo-Paris, 2048.
Everyone’s favourite feline is joining the fight in Injustice: Gods Among Us – the latest fighting game from Mortal Kombat developers NetherRealm.
She will be utilising her trademark whip and claws as she strings together combos and we hope, for his sake, that she is on Batman’s side as there is nothing quite like a woman scorned.
The President of Superbot Entertainment , Chan Park, has taken to the PlayStation Blog to announce that PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has been delayed by one month.
The team feel that this will allow them to release the game at a higher quality so that they can have the ultimate brawler this Winter.
Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed 3 that focuses on Abstergo and the powerful capabilities of the Animus.
It also focuses on the multiplayer aspects of the game and gives us a look at the customisation options, maps, characters and game modes.
Naughty Dog have released patch 1.13 for Uncharted 3, the game’s biggest ever patch which they have affectionately named Godzilla.
The patch includes a variety of things but the headline attraction seems to be the inclusion of a Tournament Mode, both for the fun it brings and the criticism that the tickets microtransaction scheme has brought.
Ubisoft have announced that colourful, retro-inspired Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game will finally receive online multiplayer over 2 years after release.
It will be available as downloadable content alongside fan favourite, hit-on-everybody Wallace Wells as a playable character.
Sony have announced that LittleBigPlanet Karting, developed by United Front Games, will be racing on to store shelves (you can imagine them if you buy online) later this Winter.
Pre-order bonuses and a special edition have also been revealed but are they enough to make you take the plunge on day one? I think the VP of Everything Awesome will pull you in with his brilliant ways.
Sony has announced that they will be releasing the God of War Saga and the inFamous Collection later this year exclusively to the US.
They will both be released on 28th August for $29.99 each and although they are currently only planned for the US, a Europe release has not been ruled out.
Arc System Works has announced BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, the latest instalment in the hugely popular 2D fighting series.
The story will continue from where Continuum Shift left off but have the developers, Arc System Works, done enough to entice you to visit the world of Ragna and co. again? Read on to decide.
EA have kept the Army of Two series under wraps since it’s last game, The 40th Day, was released in early 2010 but have today announced that fans will see another game, The Devil’s Cartel, as EA are aiming for it to be on store shelves by March 2013.
Visceral Games, developers of the Dead Space and Dante’s Inferno series’, will be bringing us the game and have taken over from EA Montreal creating it. We have faith that Visceral Games will put a fresh, unique take on it and that it will stand up against the ever-growing list of games coming out early next year.
Far Cry 3′s co-op mode debuted at E3 to a mixed reception but hopefully any doubts are quelled once you have a look at the new features on offer.
Although the single-player campaign looks brilliant, the game will be testing your ability to escape the island by giving you reasons to draw you to it to once again fend off insanity.
A lot of people have played Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls and experienced how frustrating it is to have another player barge in on your game and absolutely ruin your day.
Resident Evil 6, in true horror fashion, will be adding a similar feature where players get to control specific monster types to take down our beloved heroes as they already battle against insurmountable odds.
Capcom have officially announced that fan favourite Ada Wong will star in her own campaign that will have her fight against the undead.
She was rumoured to have her own campaign after fans had uncovered hints of it in the early access demo but unlike the rest of the playable characters who have partners, Ada will be fighting alone.
With the Summer draught of games upon us, a lot of us will go back and buy older games to make up for the lack of new ones and so it’s great that Sony are hosting their Summer Sale again.
It is set to be bigger than last year’s sale and we’re hoping for a few surprises to keep in line with their already amazing sales earlier in the year, maybe more Vita games hitting stunningly low prices like Modnation Racers and Little Deviants had done.
Sony have announced that a new edition of the brilliant racing sim Gran Turismo 5 will be racing to PS3 later this Autumn to celebrate the successful collaboration with Nissan on the popular GT Academy programme.
Called the Academy Edition, it will include all of the downloadable content currently on the PlayStation Store as well as new features.