As is the case with each year, the Shooter genre has been the focus of the previous generation of consoles and it does not seem to be losing any ground with the coming of the new guard of consoles in the market.
While the console suffered a lot due to dearth of bankable titles in its roster of games, Nintendo was able to muster couple of excellent titles to headline its new console, with the following five taking the cake
With the rising success of Nintendo’s 3DS system, PS Vita faced a tough road throughout the whole 2013. While the system lacked high profile exclusives it was still home to pretty terrific games that kept Vita owners hooked throughout the year.
From a platform for free to play and social games to the preferred device for the enthusiasts for high end presentation and precision controls, PC is the most versatile of all gaming platforms as is evident from the games it featured in the year of 2013.
Though the system faced a shaky start in its initial year, 3DS flexed its gaming muscles as it introduced scores of excellent games into its library with its exclusive titles leading the charge in both critical acclaim and sales.
Even though Sony had kept the spotlight on PS4 from the onset of 2013, the PS3 still held its own with a steady stream of high profile exclusive titles as well as third party blockbusters.
Even with lack of exclusive franchises the platform did not lack in quality games as the system featured a whole breath of excellent third party games that headlined the system in its waning months.
Gran Turismo, a name that is synonymous with exotic cars as well as the PlayStation brand. Polyphony Digital celebrates the…
The time that we have been waiting for is finally upon us. The eighth generation of gaming consoles is about to kickoff and so is the next phase of the much heated rivalry between Microsoft and Sony.
With the recent and very public demise of the games publishing company known as THQ, there were a lot of…
I remember the disappointment felt by every gamer when it was announced that the next iteration of the popular Batman…
With the coming of Wind Waker HD for the WiiU, the start of October has become a Legend of Zelda season. Let’s commemorate the return of this modern classic by looking back at the entire Legend of Zelda series and pick out the ten best items that the games have allowed Link to equip in his countless adventures across Hyrule and beyond.
It is now time to take a deeper look into the game to find out whether Beyond: Two Souls has been able to offer a substantive enough change to earn its way out of being just a retread of Heavy Rain and stand on its own legs.
With the launch of next generation consoles looming over in the coming month of November, many would assume that October would be a slow game wise; calm before the storm where gamers would get to catch their breath before the incoming onslaught on next-gen games.
Battlefield and Call of Duty have been butting heads in the field of FPS marketplace for the number one place in sales and critical acclaim for some years now, with Call of Duty historically coming out on top, at least in terms of sales figures.
Anticipated and Blockbuster, these are the two words that personify the release of the juggernaut of a game known as Grand Theft Auto V.
In an interview with The Guardian newspaper, Rockstar Games co-founder and vice president of creativity Dan Houser discussed the creation process behind his company’s newest game release; Grand Theft Auto V.
E3 2013 was a grand event that was showcase to the upcoming next generation of console gaming. It was the place where Xbox One’s gamer orientation was unveiled, where the PS4’s hardware design was finally revealed and it was the arena where the spectacular battle of DRM policies was waged.
Each company came to the show guns blazing, with their conferences being home to hotly anticipated announcements, beautiful games and awesome surprises. On the other hand the show floor was lined with new games for the gamers salivating for their first taste of upcoming titles.
And while this year’s E3 was host to countless expected sequels, returning franchises and new IPs, there were still a number of titles that were conspicuously absent from the event.
With E3 now over and the full force of what is to come in the next generation of console gaming now in front of us, the games market is heading face first into the next-gen in this coming holiday season.
With reveal and announcements of games such as The Division, Destiny, inFamous: Second Son and Titanfall most of the developers, publishers and even the console manufacturers have their eyes set on the next-generation and all their time and effort is now fully focused on the upcoming consoles.
Some might expect this to result in fewer games released for the current generation of consoles for the foreseeable future. While this might not be true for the entire year of 2013, the month of July is particularly sparse in its offerings of games.
In a recent interview Sony Computer Entertainment’s worldwide studios President; Shuhei Yoshida revealed how the negative response to Xbox One’s DRM policies helped Sony make marketing decisions for their upcoming next-gen contender; PS4.
Microsoft has opened application process for Developers to get hold of Kinect 2.0 dev kits earlier than everyone else.
All of the previous week, nothing has come close to the level of response and hype generated by the biggest gaming news to come post E3; Microsoft’s big announcement to take back their online DRM and allow used games.
Recently Sony released a video about its user interface for the PS4.
While the video shows off a plethora of services like cross game audio chat, messaging across different platforms via social media and remote purchase of PS4 games via mobile devices, the most interesting reveal in the advertisement is the fact that players will be able to prioritize which section of the PS4 game to download first.
According to sources, another round of layoffs just hit the giant game publisher EA.