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Batman: Arkham City is without a doubt an epic adventure filled with the most illustrious villains to cross paths with the caped crusader. Harley Quinn plans to step up as a force to be reckoned with in the upcoming Harley Quinn’s Revenge DLC. Is she a real psychopath or just misunderstood?
If you’re like us, and you think that the Assassin’s Creed franchise was in dire need of shaking up, then you’ll no doubt be keeping beady eyes on the recently announced Assassin’s Creed 3, not …
Sony and The Workshop have released the next instalment of their developer diaries looking at the upcoming PlayStation Move title, Sorcery.
Sony and The Workshop have released a second developer diary for the upcoming PS Move title, Sorcery, this time covering the game’s story and characters.
These days player choice is all the rage in video games. The shackles of linearity, with occasional exception, are largely a vision of the past.
More and more, modern developers have opted to give players the choice to complete objectives in any way they see fit. IO Interactive’s Hitman: Absolution is no different. In fact gameplay creativity is one of the game’s vital elements.
Watch Agent 47 adapt to his surroundings and remove his targets from the realm of the living in the latest gameplay trailer.
In conjunction with this week’s announcement of Call Of Duty Black Ops 2, Activision and Treyarch have commissioned a documentary series exploring the potent ramifications stemming from the intersection of cutting-edge technology and war. Experts from the academic, tech and military communities share their thoughts on the current state and future of high-tech combat.
Observe in horror as they lay out a reality in which a hacker group not unlike that which spurred the infamous PSN outage just last year could potentially seize control of entire armies.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has officially been announced worldwide on the Call of Duty website.
Set in 2025, the reveal trailer depicts a near future war with near future technology and near future hovering airplanes. This may be considerably out of reach by current aircraft design, although the quadrotor, or quadricopter, is currently available for iOS and Android devices. Is this the future of warfare?
Japan has a new trailer for PS Vita’s upcoming Metal Gear Solid HD Collection which is due for release this summer. We don’t speak Japanese – we know, we must try harder – but it’s fairly self-explanatory.
New Battlefield 3 expansions are preparing for battle on your PlayStation 3, beginning with Close Quarters this June. Where the Back to Karkand expansion introduced new players to old maps, Close Quarters will drop players into four new fully destructible maps with 10 new weapons to unlock. Are you prepared for some close quarters combat?
EA and Crytek have unveiled the full gameplay trailer for Crysis 3 that was teased last week. Crysis veteran Prophet returns to New York City to find that it has become a vast jungle where the Ceph continue to run rampant. Armed with a new compound bow, it’s up to him to take back the city.
Chances are you missed StarDrone when it slipped quietly on to the PS Store in March last year. It’s now lost somewhere in the store’s labyrinth of menus alongside other missing low-priced puzzle games.
You can easily dismiss Drone as just another twin-stick shooter in the same vein as the fine Super Stardust, if you only give it a brief superficial glance. But that’s not how it plays – not even close. Your ship doesn’t have guns; it doesn’t even have a propulsion system.
Our first glimpse of Prophet and Crysis 3 comes by way of a very short teaser trailer. Although it clocks in under 20 seconds, developer, Crytek was kind enough to include some gameplay footage.
This is what it looks like when New York City becomes a vibrant rain forest.
Ed Boon and Mortal Kombat fans the world over are celebrating the one-year anniversary of the release of Mortal Kombat. Yes. It’s been a year since the series returned to PlayStation.
Mortal Kombat launched on 19 April 2011 in North America and on 21 April in Europe, almost three years on from MK vs. DC. It arrived at launch sporting 28 characters on the disc, including Kratos as a PlayStation exclusive and four more as downloadable content.
Assassinating persons of considerable influence, stopping time, traversing rooftops, sword fighting. These are some of the things you’ll find in the debut trailer for Dishonored, a dystopian first-person shooter from Bethesda and Arkane Studios.
Give the trailer a look to find out why Dishonored is one of the industry’s most anticipated new franchises.
Crytek, the German-based developer responsible most notably for the Crysis series, has made significant improvements to its acclaimed game engine, CryENGINE 3. Eligible developers will be able to put the updated engine to work right away.
Take a look folks at the future of gaming visuals.
LEVEL-5′s Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is a title which lies somewhere in the periphery of most gamers most anticipated lists. Due in large part to the J-RPG’s seemingly requisite obscure title and yet more atypical narrative.
However fans able to look past the game’s inherent eccentricities will find some of the most eye-pleasing visuals the PS3 has produced to date. Have a look for yourself.
Few franchises are synonymous with a single gameplay mechanic the way that Max Payne is with ‘bullet time’. The tortured former NYPD officer has been evading and plugging ne’er-do-wells thanks to the subdued effects of father time since his PS2 debut.
With Max Payne 3′s mid-May debut fast approaching, Rockstar Games would like to give a look at the continued evolution of ‘bullet time’.
Sniper Elite V2 developer, Rebellion, will host a live Q&A session over Twitter on Wednesday 4 April. Fans of the game will pitch questions directly to developers Steve Hart and Andy Haith between 15.00-16.00 GMT+1.
It could be an ideal opportunity to learn more about Sniper Elite V2′s “devastating X-ray kill-cam” or the “sniper’s choice”. All you have to do is send your questions to @SniperEliteV2 and use the #SEV2 hashtag.
LittleBigPlanet is taking its Play, Create, Share model to the race tracks with LittleBigPlanet Karting, Media Molecule announced today.
The company is teaming up with United Front Games, the folks behind ModNation Racers, to put Sackboy and friends behind the wheel of their very own racing kart. The game will feature the same customization tools familiar to the LPB community and will hopefully please racing audiences as well.