Articles tagged with: Left 4 Dead
The business practises of Valve are coming under scrutiny from industry analyst Michael Pachter. The Wedbush Morgan analyst believes that Valve’s continued absence from the PS3 is a “mistake”.
Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Asylum beat off strong competition from Uncharted 2: Amongst Thieves to win the best game category at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. Rocksteady’s portrayal of the Caped Crusader also took the award for best gameplay. Isn’t this award just further proof that Arkham Asylum is not only the best Batman game, but also the best ever superhero game?
Make no mistake, zombies are fun to kill. We’ve had years of pleasure dismembering these lumbering sacks of meat. They allow us to become murderous fiends without our consciences ever getting in the way, but should we feelguilty about all those heads we’ve blown off with a rusty sawn -off shotgun? Of course not; zombies don’t have feelings – we’re doing them a favour by freeing them from the undignified situations they are in.
Nevertheless, maybe they deserve a break because they are being so over-used they’re starting to lose their impact.
Recent words from Chet Faliszek, the writer behind the Left4Dead games suggest that Valve still lack the enthusiasm to develop for the PS3.
So far, Valve’s only contribution to the PlayStation library is a dodgy port of their supremely good Orange Box. According to Faliszek, they do expect to develop for the PS3 in the future but only once they’re in a position to “support it in the right way.”
In an interview with IGN, High Voltage – creators of Wii exclusive ‘The Conduit’ – have announced that their next game, ‘The Grinder’, will be making the jump to the PS3 as well. Can this game succeed where The Conduit failed?
Straight from the annals of “We could have told you that ages ago” zombie frag-fest Dead Rising has been confirmed as a multiplatform title with the PS3 now being shown some undead love. Eww … that didn’t come out right.