One of the most surefire ways a game can stir up controversy nowadays is to bring into question the issue of historical authenticity. It seems like no other topic has the capacity to incite such an incendiary response from the gaming community…
If you’re like me and created your PSN ID in a rush so you could fire the system up and actually play games, then this news has been a long time coming. For years the loyal PlayStation fan base has clamored for the ability to change their PSN ID’s without having to create an entirely new account.
Despite being disappointed with the overall lack of change, I am quite fond of the character interactions that are now available. Hearing Torbjörn and Brigitte banter about who is the better engineer and Zenyatta give his sass about having a healthy diet makes for some humor that is much appreciated.
In addition to talking with Bennett Tyler, Steve caught up with the creator of Super Crome, Josh Jacobs. In this brief interview Josh discusses the inspiration for the game, what obstacles arise working with team members in different states, and when to expect a beta.
While Steve was at FIG Fest he was able to catch up with Bennett Tyler, the Co-Founder of Bomb Shelter Games, and the creator of Depths of Sanity. Bennett discusses the inspiration for the game, what the creative process has been like, and when we can expect to get our hands on a copy.
Andrzej Sapkowski, author of The Witcher series of books, has threatened legal action against CD Projekt Red for a perceived lack of financial compensation after the massive success of the video game adaptation of his source material.
About a month ago I was in search of some video game events happening in and around the Boston area. Naturally I turned to the old Google machine to aid in my quest for fun-filled gaming events. Low and behold one of the first results to turn up was FIG Fest 2018 being held on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
October is here! Fall has begun to take its roots; the air is crisp, leaves are changing colors and my favorite holiday is slowly creeping up. With All Hallow’s Eve brings a returning Overwatch PvE event: Halloween Terror. Coming Tuesday, October 9, Overwatch released a little teaser via their social media pages yesterday.
When I launched Ombra with Steve and Matt, it was a wildly unorganized vision that was born out of a sense of creative boredom, and the thought that we could create high-quality content that maybe some people could relate to and enjoy.
It’s been a year, and the most recent expansion for Destiny 2, titled “Forsaken,” is a breath of fresh air that infuses life into a game that desperately needed it. One of those breaths is a new pvp mode called “Gambit.”
Folks we are just a mere month away from finally falling back into Rockstar’s Western Frontier and the latest images released are nothing short of breathtaking. Rockstar Games posted an article on their website highlighting the wildlife that will be present in their highly anticipated game, Red Dead Redemption 2.
At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Capcom announced that they’re bringing the Ace Attorney trilogy to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam early next year. If you haven’t given these legal-based games a try, and ever found yourself wondering why people were pointing dramatically at one another and shouting, “Objection!,” here’s your chance to get in on the fun.
Last week fans of Telltalle were shocked by the unfortunate announcement that the studio would be laying off 250 of its employees in what the developer called a “majority studio closure.” What this means is that Telltale Games, developer of highly successful episodic adventure games such as The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Tales From the Borderlands and more, won’t be around for much longer.
Nothing makes a fictional, video game world feel more alive than seeing the effects and consequences of your decisions play out across the landscape. According to journalist Geoff Keighley, who recently went hands-on with Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games’ newest installment in their Western series might be the next step in the evolution of the open world genre.
Just over two years since the release of Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition console, and just shy of one year since the SNES Classic Edition, Sony has officially joined the party with a surprise announcement for the PlayStation Classic: a new version of the iconic original PlayStation that boasts HDMI output and 20 pre-loaded games, inside a console nearly half the size of the original.