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Another title that was announced at a former E3 (2008, if you must know), Singularity has been gaining a lot of interest lately.
The latest gameplay videos show us a number of interesting mechanics, making this more than just your usual run-of-the-mill FPS title.
But with the poor success of (possibly) similar titles such as Fracture and Timeshift, will Singularity have enough gravitational pull to make it really stand out from the burgeoning shooter crowd?
In just a few short weeks, we are going to have one of the biggest E3′s in quite some time. Sony are limbering up for a showdown of epic proportions, and doubtless the competition are taking a similar stance.
What do we reckon is lurking up the longest sleeves of the highest SCE bigwig?
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about Pandemic’s open-world action thriller “The Saboteur”, though if the talk around the campfire is to be believed, we’ll be getting a more indepth look at the clandestine tinkerer at this year’s E3.
We take a closer look at the title and some new screens and concept art that have surfaced.
We’re back with the second part in our two part Games Database “catching up” series. You’ve probably heard of most of the following games scheduled to hit the PS3 over the next year or so.
Then again, there are probably a few titles that will be a complete surprise (they were to us at least).
Sony plans to shift their focus on the casual market according to SCEA hardware marketing boss John Koller.
Speaking to VG247, he highlighted that they believe they have â€œcaptured the hardcoreâ€ market for the PS3.
We’re been twittering like crazy for a while now and it never ceases to amaze us just what kind of cool information can appear in 140 characters or less.
Like the following: Evan Wells, Co-President of Naughty Dog, set the twitterverse alight just 17 hours ago with the following pithy, yet unbearably intriguing, update:
“The demo’s getting closer…”
E3 is less than two months away, and John Koller, the head of SCEA Hardware Marketing is very optimistic about the annual games convention in LA.
Last year amongst other things we saw the launch of the Video Store in North America, and Massive Action Game (MAG) get announced for the very first time. So how significant will this year’s be?
If you want early access to THQ’s Red Faction: Guerrilla demo you no longer need to pay a stipend to the Qore or even do questionable acts in back alleys and truck stop bathrooms. If you live in Europe that is.
THQ is giving myTHQ Europe members early access to the Red Faction: Guerrilla demo via their website. If you are not a myTHQ member you can sign up for free and get exclusive access to “cool things like this Red Faction: Guerrilla demo.” Will there be other cool things besides the demo?
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has appointed Target Entertainment to take the job of transferring some of PlayStationâ€™s biggest brands into consumer products.
Fancy a Sackboy teddy? How about a Ratchet and Clank pencil case? Or a Warhawk remote control plane? Keep readingâ€¦
SCEA Marketing manager John Koller has spoken to VG247 about MAG, the game currently billed for the end of this year.
MAG, which is a massive online battle game, was announced at the climax of Sonyâ€™s E3 conference last year. Little has been revealed about the game since, however, Sony appears to be starting to finally talk more about the title to the public.
With the recent news that Infinity Ward’s next chapter in the popular franchise will shed its “market recognised” moniker “Call of Duty” and go it alone with the paired down title of Modern Warfare 2, analysts are reading between the lines and postulating if Infinity Ward have rebelled against their publisher telling Activision that it’s their way, or the highway.
Or has a shrewd Activision recognised a perfect opportunity and decided that now is the best time to create a new franchise from an existing gaming juggernaut?
During his key-note speech at GDC Kojima-san revealed a final simple screen with the words “Mission: The Next MGS” and what looked like Raiden standing in the distance ready for his role call.
Though we have to wait for E3 for the official announcement, did Kojima-san just reveal what we’ve known all along – that Metal Gear Solid 5 is coming? And, if so, just how different is it likely to be?
The newly announced game, Ratchet and Clank: A Crack In Time, will have its debut trailer revealed to the public tomorrow, at 9am GMT (5am EST), over at Threespeech.
What do you do after you’ve just walked off with a lifetime achievement award and are about to deliver the GDC key-note speech?
Whatever the hell you goddamn please it seems as word has reached us today via Eurogamer that Foxhound commander-in-chief Hideo Kojima will not be divulging what his new game is at this year’s GDC.
Despite some “console” footage of CryENGINE 3 appearing along side the recent announcement that Crytek’s next engine will feature on more than just the PC, we weren’t sure just which console was on show when admiring the impressive tech demo.
Lucky for us, new footage with scenes clearly marked with which console is running has surfaced over at Gamersyde.
Crytek, creators of the Far Cry and Crysis games, have released a teaser trailer for their upcoming cryENGINE 3 multiplatform game engine.
We all know how beautifully Crysis looked on the PC (at least those capable of running the game at its full potential) so to see the engine for the first time on consoles is quite exciting.
Now that Dylan Cuthbert has put all us trigger-happy games journalists in our collective place, it’s safe to say that PixelJunk’s next title will not feature at GDC.
Posting over at the official PlayStation blog, Dylan was good enough to take some time out of his manic schedule and update us about just what is coming from Q-Games over the coming months.
Our latest Killzone 2 fix comes to you in the form of a Q&A from the developers themselves, Guerrilla Games. We had to track them down deep in the jungles of the Amazon region of Colombia; we had full network coverage the whole trip so it was ok. That Amsterdam headquarters is a front to confuse ‘the man’.
We talk about lessons learned from Killzone 1 and Killzone: Liberation, the inspiration behind Killzone 2′s Warzone online mode, and even take a challenge from Guerrilla Games. But what about the elephant in the room (aka the E3 2005 footage)? Did we dare bring it up? We’ll make you find out the hard way…
We have the trailer for the upcoming FPS Singularity and boy does it look interesting. Announced during last years E3, there hasn’t been much information on the title. We now have a gameplay trailer that sheds some more light on this eerie looking game. It appears time is an important factor as well as the manipulation of your surroundings. We’ll probably be using both to solve puzzles and defeat enemies. Enough with the chitchat, continue reading for the trailer.