Rayman Origins was one of the best games to come out last year and a resurgence for the character of Rayman. Announced on the Wii U at E3 2012, Rayman Legends is looking to continue that trend and looks like stellar platforming. If you were expecting to get the game on another system, prepare to […]Read More
Search Results for: gamescomComing off from sites like XBLAFans, GameJudgment and TouchArcade, I'm looking to further extend my reach with the multiplatform news. I love all sorts of games from 2d side-scrollers to action/adventures set in fantasies or gothic nature like Castlevania. My 3 favourite games ever are Viewtiful Joe, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Chrono Trigger.
Another game announced at Sony’s Gamescom Press Conference was under the working title called Rain. Developed by SCE Japan, the protagonist can’t be seen whatsoever. He’s invisible and you can only see him fully in the rain or footprints in puddles. There’ll be enemies you’ll have to avoid by getting out of the rain so […]Read More
Gamescom is in full swing, and one of the more interesting titles being shown is undoubtedly Ninja Theory’s reboot of Devil May Cry. Plenty of gameplay has been displayed, but the news that Dante’s brother, Vergil, will have a significant role in the final game is a piece of hot news few of us expected. You may […]Read More
The Tomb Raider reboot has drawn quite a bit of attention since debuting. There’s been a good bit of controversy surrounding the title, but most of the talk has centered around the gameplay and satisfaction with the overall direction of the game. The main video that has been shown for Tomb Raider has received longer […]Read More
Those hoping to see Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time later this year will be sadly disappointed, since according to the latest trailer out of Gamescom, we won’t get our hands on it until next year. Thieves in Time is set to follow directly after Sly Cooper 3: Honor Among Thieves, and will be playable on both the PS3 and Vita. […]Read More
In another announcement from Gamescom, Sony revealed a new horror title which takes advantage of the PS Move. Until Dawn, developed by Supermassive Games, will attempt to bring the “Teen Horror” experience to the PS3. The story so far revolves around a group of classmates revisiting a place that is somehow important to the disappearance of some of their […]Read More