Well, after a rather explosive episode of The Walking Dead aired this week, I’m sure we’re all hoping to find some way of getting our franchise fix to tide us over until the show continues in February next year. “Coincidentally,” TellTale is on hand to provide.
The official TellTale Twitter account yesterday confirmed that the first episode of season two of The Walking Dead would debut later this month. The episode will be called “All That Remains,” and ...
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25th November, 2013
Warner Bros. have today announced LEGO The Hobbit, a new LEGO game based in the world of Peter Jackson's latest epic fantasy trilogy. If LEGO Lord of the Rings is anything to go by, there'll be more than enough reference to JRR Tolkien's one-film-max 1937 novel as well.
If you live in the UK, the US, or some other "major" gaming country, it can be a little hard to believe that there are some places that are yet to get some of the things we take for granted. Take PlayStation Mobile, for instance, which Sony have today announced will be making its way to several new countries in mid-December.
The nominees for Spike VGX awards have been announced, with Grand Theft Auto V receiving the most nominations. Formerly known as Spike Video Game Awards, VGX will take place on December 7th, this time giving the fans a chance to voice their opinion by voting for their favorites on the official website. Gamers will also be able to dictate the outcome of one category: “Most Anticipated Game.”
These Spike awards have always been hit and miss with the gaming crowd,…
Fans of the Oddworld franchise will know exactly how New 'n' Tasty is made, but that won't stop the hair on the back of your neck from standing up when you watch this rather excellent trailer for Spring 2014's Abe's Oddysee remake. "I thought I had a good job..."
Vita owners have been patiently waiting for the yearly PlayStation Plus update, removing Uncharted: Golden Abyss and Gravity Rush from the service and replacing it with something a little fresher. We’ll need to wait a little more, as Sony’s Fred Dutton confirms the two games will be sticking around for the “foreseeable future.”
In reply to a question from Robertsoneuan92 on the latest Plus update post, Dutton confirmed that the Vita wouldn’t be having its ...
A new update for the PlayStation Vita might not seem to do very much right now, but it actually contains an awful lot. If you're planning to buy a PlayStation 4 over the coming weeks, today's Vita update prepares your handheld for many of the cross-platform features Sony have previously announced.
The beta for Dark Souls II will be available to European PS Plus subscribers this Sunday. Starting at 7 a.m. GMT on the 27th, players will get to try and survive in the punishing, brutal world that is Dark Souls II. Here’s more from the official announcement, courtesy of the Playstation Blog:
Developed by From Software, Dark Souls II is the highly anticipated sequel to the punishing 2011 breakout hit Dark Souls. The unique old-school action RPG experience captivated imaginations…
FuturLab announced last week that they'd be revealing a new game. If you loved the addictive PlayStation Mobile title Surge, you'll be desperate to get your hands on Surge Deluxe, a new remake for PlayStation Vita. The updated game included PlayStation trophies and leaderboards, as well as several fixes to scoring and to the way you'll be chaining blocks for big points.
The team behind Velocity 2X, Futurlab, will be announcing another project today.
The announcement will happen at the PlayStation Blog at 4pm BST and will no doubt continue their tradition of creating addictive, modern takes on classic genres. Aside from the fact that the announcement is happening - shared by James Marsden on Twitter - no other information about the new project has been announced.