Posts tagged with "PS4"
Sega has released a new trailer for the upcoming Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X, for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4, which features four new songs.
The songs include:
Brain Revolution Girl (Nounai Kakumei Girl) by Maretu.
Love Song (Ai no Uta) by LamazeP.
Mrs. Pumpkin’s Comical Dream (Mrs. Pumpkin no Kokkei na Yume) by Hachi.
Love Trial (Renai Saiban) by 40mp.
The game will be released in Japan for the PS Vita on 24 March 2016 and is set...
Game of Thrones: Episode Six – The Ice Dragon review by Simon Williams.
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Rise of the Tomb Raider videogame review by Martin Wharmby
DEVELOPER: Crystal Dynamics
PUBLISHER: Square Enix, Microsoft Studios
RELEASE: Out Now
FORMATS: Xbox One, 360 (PC, PS4 2016)
RATING: PEGI 18
PRICE (RRP): £54.99
Rise of the Tomb Raider picks up the pieces of Lara Croft following the dramatic events of the 2013 reboot, and puts her together again as a much stronger, more determined adventurer, hunting the secret that cost her father his...
Fallout 4 videogame review by Martin Wharmby
DEVELOPER: Bethesda Game Studios
PUBLISHER: Bethesda Softworks
RELEASE: Out Now
FORMATS: Xbox One, PS4, PC
RATING: PEGI 18
PRICE (RRP): £49.99
There’s a sad beauty to the desolate wastelands of the Fallout games. Despite the world’s drab colour palette, its tales of survival, salvaged settlements and shenanigans are fascinating – from the missions and side quests to the way stories are woven...
Celebrating 20 years of the Tales of series, as well as tying in with the recent release of Tales of Zestiria, MCM London Comic Con had a special anniversary panel for the Japanese RPG franchise.
Hosted by Bandai Namco community executive, Edwin Chuah, he put together a presentation that made for a nice recap of each game in the series that was released in the west, as well as some fun facts and how the games have managed to spin-off into other areas,...
To coincide with Hatsune Miku’s eighth birthday, Sega have announced the next instalment in their popular rhythm game franchise, revealing Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
A teaser site appeared a few days ago with a countdown timer and the number 3939 (which can be read as San-Kyu and Mi-Ku). Following the end of the countdown, the site then revealed a link to the trailer for the latest game.
Last month Capcom took to the official Resident Evil Facebook page, asking fans for their “honest and frank opinion” on a Resident Evil 2 remake. It would appear that they have listened to the feedback and are officially going ahead with it.
Yoshiaki Hirabyashi a.k.a. H, from R&D Division 1 and the producer on the title submitted a proposal to Capcom, who eventually gave the remake the green light. A “special message” from Hirabyashi was...
A few weeks ago a video emerged showing footage from an unofficial fan made Resident Evil 2 remake, using Unreal Engine 4. Given the huge response to this, it would appear that Capcom have also noticed it, prompting them to ask fans for their opinion on a Resident Evil 2 remake.
The unofficial Resident Evil 2 Reborn project came about from a group of fans at the Italian studio InvaderGames. They stated that the aim of the project was to “create...
Rocksteady Studios’ final outing in the Arkhamverse is packed with bombastic set-pieces, its own brand of bone-crunching (and now tyre-screeching) combat and a tale worthy of the best Batman comics, all set in the most stunningly realised Gotham City that’s ever existed on page or screen. The game itself looks gorgeous, with cutscenes switching seamlessly into the beautiful, dark world Rocksteady have brought to life. The attention to...