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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bKnt-GFqNM Trailer http://www.videogamer.com/ps4/white_night/news/white_night_dev_on_the_importance_of_review_scores_game_length_and_nostalgia.html Interview http://moviepilot.com/reviews/2015/03/02/white-night-ps4-review-a-classic-survival-horror-2744361?lt_source=external,manual Review Out today 3/3/15 on PC & PS4. 6/3/15 on Xbox One. A survival horror, in the tradition of Alone in the Dark, with a film noir approach.
  2. Update: Now available on 3DS, PC, PS3, PS4, PSVita, Xbox One and WiiU OlliOlli is getting some pretty rave reviews - it's been on my radar since late last year, and as a purveyor of great taste, is one of my most anticipated releases of 2014. Its a high score game that revels in getting the player into the zone, and pushing for that one more go. Easy description is Tony Hawks meets Trials. Originally conceived as a mobile title, it was picked up for Vita and given the praise of the controls, it was a probably a wise choice. Out tomorrow for £7.99 or £6.39 for PSPlus members for launch week. Video Reviews EDGE - 8 Eurogamer - 9 Polygon - 8.5
  3. Harsin

    Rock Band 4

    Hopefully EA and Activision (who are rumoured to be bringing back Guitar Hero) have learned not oversaturate the market and kill the golden goose this time around.
  4. Trigg

    NBA 2K14

    So yeah, my one a year thread is late this time as I've held off getting the current gen versions as I intend to pick this up for PS4 at launch. I know in recent years theres been quite a few people who've enjoyed the series so here we are again. It does seem that the next gen version will be different as they didn't want to do a straight port over from PS3/360/PC. For now we don't know what it entails, we do know that the Path to Greatness mode and possibly Crew Mode won't be in the next gen versions. Seem bizarre to take modes out of a next gen game but hopefully they'll have some other modes and features planned. I guess its a given that they'll more fluid animations and more of them than the current gen version. He's an awesome trailer for the PS4 version. Harden and Lebron look damn near perfect. If we get the gameplay improvements then this could be a real great first outing on the PS4 and Xbox One. I have tried the demo for the current gen version and again it seems like a nice little update. I found it harder to score and you really had to work to get to the basket this time round. Plus your teammates seem a bit more knowledgeable about the game and were trying to create space and spread the floor. Defence seemed much better too, could force them away from the basket and you can now block dunks. Also improved the pump fake fouls, if you get them in the air you seem to get the call for foul too which is nice. Hopefully we'll be getting more and more information as we get nearer to launch.
  5. Let's debate a little about whether or not 3rd party games being either timed or fully exclusive to one of the two (otherwise nearly identical) software libraries available for current gen consoles is a good or bad thing. Please refrain from off-topic, speculative discussions regarding the future release of Street Fighter V.
  6. By Battlecry Studios Official Site Release Date: Beta 2015 ABOUT Polygon Overview Article VIDEOS IMAGES Crytek must be pretty upset now. Also, Bethesda are on a bit of a roll lately aren't they? Skyrim, Dishonored, Wolfenstein, Evil Within and the soon to be officially announced Fallout 4. Quality gaming for all!
  7. I didn't realise that this was coming out on PS4 as well as XBone. Brilliant. Loved the first one. Anyway, some footage... Not sure that it looks particularly "next gen", but if the gameplay's as good as the first, I don't really care.
  8. snowbind

    Zoe Quinn

    I dunno, I don't really know what's going on. I just wanted the new thread glory.
  9. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-23815563 Thanks for the crazy ass video.
  10. http://www.videogamer.com/news/microsoft_to_release_kinect-less_xbox_one.html Oooh, things just got interesting....
  11. Conference Times: UK: June 9th 5:30 PM BST EU: June 9th 6:30 PM CET Live Streams: Xbox.com Windows 8 App Gametrailers IGN Gamespot Twitch Spike/GameTrailers stream IGN stream on YouTube Giantbomb stream Live Blogs: Eurogamer Additional Media Links: http://www.engadget.com/2014/06/10/xbox-e3-2014-phil-spencer-interview/ http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/06/10/e3-2014-how-phil-spencer-wouldve-done-xbox-one-differently http://www.gamespot.com/videos/e3-2014-phil-spencer-doesn-t-care-about-the-consol/2300-6419566/ http://www.gametrailers.com/videos/yni07m/xbox-one-all-access---phil-spencer-interview http://www.forbes.com/sites/insertcoin/2014/05/13/microsofts-yusuf-mehdi-explains-the-xbox-ones-split-with-kinect-2/ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/video-games/e3/10892698/Xbox-One-Yusuf-Mehdi-interview-at-E3-2014.html See The Full Conference: Conference Expectations: Having performed the relevant policy reversals, taken their lumps across the media and all but abandoned their original vision of creating an all in one media box controlled via Kinect, Microsoft's Xbox division is in a very different place than it was going into last years E3. Perhaps the most significant change is at the top. Replacing the bumbling, android-esque Don Mattrick with the far more affable Phil Spencer, is being hailed by many across the industry as a sign that Microsoft is serious about getting gamers back on board, and at his first E3 as president of Xbox, Phil will be looking to make an impact. Xbox One already has a hugely promising set of games announced, including: Halo 5, Quantum Break, Sunset Overdrive, Fable Legends and the enticing looking user generation tool, Project Spark. Now that the ID@Xbox program has had time to mature, expect Microsoft to make up ground amongst the indie community, by ensuring they get a good shot at the spotlight, likely in a similar fashion to Sony's Indie showcase last year. Microsoft have a lot of rumoured games in the pipeline too. The most prominent is the leaked Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which will feature HD remasters of Halo 1 - 4. With this and the inevitable Halo 5 showcase, expect E3 2014 to be a big deal for MS's 343 Industries. Another popular franchise heavily rumoured to be making a return to Xbox One, is Forza Horizon 2. The open world racer has been a strong fan favourite, and will be well positioned to go up against Sony's Drive Club this winter. We could also hear the first details about Black Tusks' Gears of War, even if it is just in the form of a CGI trailer, and similarly, Crackdown 3 may get an announcement trailer, although the game itself isn't rumoured to be arriving until 2016. Of the credible rumours floating around, this final one is probably the most interesting, and if true, will do much to sell me - and others I'm sure - an Xbox One. Project Nagano is the apparent codename for an Xbox One exclusive developed by action kings, Platinum Games. Of course Platinum have their good days and bad, but anything which smells even remotely like Bayonetta or Vanquish will almost certainly sell me an Xbox. On the services front, I imagine they'll talk about their next dashboard update, reveal more details about how Games With Gold is coming to Xbox One (cheers for the update Cosmic_Guru), and we'll hopefully get some insight into what their plans for Kinect are, now that they seriously need to incentivise people to buy it. More unlikely, is a reveal of their AR Fortaleza Glasses in response to Sony's Project Morpheus. It would seem like the wrong place to unveil the tech - if indeed they are still working on it - but who knows, it could be a way to give a game focussed show an injection of variety. Conference Review: In many respects, E3 was Phil Spencer's moment. After taking control of Xbox, Phil has had one message, Xbox is about games and this E3 was his time to prove it. One thing I think people forget about E3 2013, is that whilst policy announcements stole the show, MS were true to their word on making their E3 showcase all about games, arguably announcing a better set of exclusives than either Nintendo or Sony. They stuck to a similar strategy this year, and from the moment Phil took the stage, (but after offering a humble, almost contrite introduction to those watching) the game announcements just kept on coming, and didn't stop until the lights went down. Sticking with a long running tradition, the show opened with Call of Duty and was quickly followed by the unveil of the highly anticipated Forza Horizon 2. The show kept the pace up, with showcases for third party titles, Assassins Creed, Dragonage 3 and The Division, as well as some fun looking DLC for Dead Rising 3, which was announced as immediately available to download. The biggest third party reveal came in the form of Rise Of The Tomb Raider, which - awful name aside - has jumped to become one of my most anticipated titles for 2015. Sticking with 2014 though, and we were given a further look at E3 standout, Sunset Overdrive, along with create 'em up, Project Spark. The latter of which received a surprise outro from Conker. Although some bemoaned the implication that this meant MS was unlikely to deliver a full Conker title themselves any time soon. Unlike the previous year, Indie titles got a nice chunk of time. ID@Xbox head, Chris Charla was on hand to introduce a range of exciting titles, the highlights of which were Playdead's Limbo sequel, Inside and the gorgeous looking, Ori & The Blind Forest. Rounding out 2014's roster was the reveal of the - sadly - leaked title, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, a remastering of Halo 1 - 4, featuring all the campaigns and original multiplayer modes, remastered at 1080p and 60fps. The collection is going to be available this year and all for the price of a standard game. With the known quantities out of the way, MS went on to reveal an early look at a reboot to Phantom Dust (a game I'd have to confess to not being familiar with), and more excitingly, Scalebound, a large scale action game (with added dragons), from the masters of the genre, Platinum Games. The show closed out with the announcement of an Xbox favourite, Crackdown, helmed by original creator, Dave Jones, the game is said to be utilising the contentious cloud tech to bring added physics to some of the larger scale set pieces. Conspicuous by its absence was any mention of Kinect. Either as a utility or as a game input, a fact which more or less puts to bed any notion that it will be used as a serious control method for games going forward. So there you have it. Phil stayed true to his word that E3 was going to be all about the games, and games is what we got. With no time dedicated to anything else, the show did at times feel a little like an expanded shizzle reel, so whilst they arguably cut the fat, they also lacked a variety in their pacing. Sadly prior leaks took the edge off many of their surprise announcements, an over reliance on CGI trailers blunted some of the excitement of their reveals, and a lot of third party games were given time many had hoped would be dedicated to first party exclusives. All of which left me initially underwhelmed by MS's showing, but in putting these links and text together, it's impossible to deny that they came out swinging, and showed off a lot of strong content. They have a stronger 2014 lineup than either Sony or Nintendo and Sunset Overdrive could very well be game of the year material. I'll be keen to see where MS is after a year of Phil's leadership. Game Media: http://youtu.be/-_9MesysOjg http://youtu.be/gG4ZCviOfYs http://youtu.be/zo2Stj9wJ2A http://youtu.be/d35G93K5aAk http://youtu.be/5kLAyzmWnk4 Crackdown 3: http://youtu.be/vjXiGFX7q4Q Assassins Creed: Unity: http://youtu.be/fSOsBetfZWU Killer Instinct New Characters: http://youtu.be/fT220Oh_UgA Evolve: http://youtu.be/9KqttzR0g7E Halo 2: http://youtu.be/zml6sRSOZMk The Witcher 3: http://youtu.be/qI4UFhMYDc4 Sunset Overdrive: http://youtu.be/foDEbAbOVZE Plague Inc.: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dix_xLeU5o8 IDARB: http://youtu.be/EK3KJqZYGEc Knight Squad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=C57clqT8Y3Q
  12. That's a good idea, but collating all that information is rather a lot to ask of any one person. So as an experiment I've made a spreadsheet we can all fill in collaboratively: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lieKpgd7mhNWsCFpPMUv-t_oN2sogMqlBzu65LvL9Ks/edit?usp=sharing Could be no-one is arsed, and this will die. Or maybe Jon is on to something and this could be handy. That's just a first draft, feel free to add columns if you think we need more (a URL of a trailer might be useful, say).
  13. I remember seeing some articles (like these) where Sony and Microsoft stated that games for the new consoles would be priced similarly to 360 / PS3 titles. However, apart from some exceptions, most new games are priced at the best part of £50. Even shopping around, it's difficult to find anyone selling them new for less than £40. Apart from the DS, the PS4 is the first console I've bought at launch, so I'm not sure if this is just early-days fleecing and we can expect to see lower prices as time goes by. What I do know for certain though is that it's dissuading me from buying stuff that I'd otherwise pick up - I quite fancy playing Infamous, but the fifty quid price point puts me off. As a result, my PS4 games library consists of the following: Knack - bundled with console Battlefield 4 - full price pruchase AC4 - Bought for £19.99 on PS3 and then £10 upgrade for PS4 download version. Steamworld Dig - approx £7 from PS Store Everything else I own has been from PS+ and thus free (apart from the subscription). To be fair, I should point out that I'm hooked on BF4 and as a result don't have any desperate need to buy new stuff at present, but the fact remains that if games were at a sub-£40 price point, then I'd most likely have bought at least some of them in passing. Can we expect prices to drop, do you think? Otherwise, I suspect I'm going to end up only paying full price for must-haves and waiting for everything else to either appear on PS+, or be discounted, which I guess is probably not the preferrence of publishers
  14. Devil May Cry Trademark Pops Up, Sequel Announcement for PS4, Xbox One, and PC Imminent? Probably not a sequel and if at all, by Ninja Theory, but a man can dream!
  15. Game of the Year: 10 to 1 20 to 11 38 to 21 59 to 41 76 to 62 103 to 81 140 to 104: Your Most Wanted in 2014 The Hall of Shame The Biggest Surprises of 2013 Hello! Apologies for the delay, but a busy end to the financial year at work plus exciting* family developments have led to somewhat less free time than I was counting on. But the results are all collated, I've started filling out my lovely, upbeat commentary, and I'm just about ready to start publishing. Those of you who've been in one of my results threads before should know most of the drill already, but for the rest of you: I'll be feeding you results in drips and drabs with attached comments. Said comments reflect my own opinions, rather than anybody else's, and as such may be at odds with the perspective of the people who voted. Quite possibly very strongly so. There is one difference this time around - solely for the Game of the Year results I've been nabbing paragraph+ length quotes from people in the voting thread (plus a handful I've seen outside of it) - if anybody would like to have a game recognised and highlighted by their own quote who didn't put anything in the GOTY thread, drop me a PM with whatever it is you want to say and I'll consider putting it in. Other than that: I've tried to exclude invalid entries (i.e. no pre-2013 games in the GOTY list) and catch any errors, but if you do notice something wrong - a single title accidentally counted twice under different names, for example - please do flag it up! Anyway, that's that. In a moment** I'll be publishing the first part of the results: your Most Wanted games of 2014. We'll look at the retrospective awards over the coming days, but for now, let's look to the future, eh! Oh, and as ever, the methodology behind the results collecting is spoilered below: *read: shit **when the forum stops auto-appending them to this post...
  16. With the next gen about to hit alot of people have been posting up their gamertag in preperation for creating/updating their friends list for players who own their console of choice. The lists we have in the online folder are looking a little old so I thought this might be a good chance to refresh things a bit. To help with that I have created a google docs form and spreadsheet. The form is for entering your details and the spreadsheet contains the list of people who have entered their details. The links are: Form Players list You should be able to access both with these links but the player list is view only (you can take a copy of you wish). I can share editing rights with other who want to help keep at eye on things. I will post this in the online folder as well and see how we get on. Any suggestions please post here. Please note, ideally this list is for people who either already have a next gen machine or are getting one at launch, its not a general list of everyon'e online ID's
  17. My mate just picked up a XBone there and was telling me the downloads are >30gb. Fair enough, but my fucking internet will melt if I was downloading these sorts of files - its bad enough as it is. So, the question I'm really wondering about is - do you think we're likely to start seeing demo discs again? Seems like a good opportunity for the mags to put together HD video content / demos so we don't have to download 1TB of demo data.
  18. Ok, this is just to see where we are, as a forum of gamers. Where have you invested your cash? Have you plumped for Mario? Have you Rysen for the Xbox One? Have you fallen under the shadow of the PS4? What is Rllumk's split across the three new consoles? (I'm obviously on about PS4 and Xbox One pre-orders here, but I'm sure you know what I mean)
  19. Global recession, rising cost of games™, domination of smartphone/tablets, the rise of the casual market and free to play / pay to win gaming. Vitas and Wii Us that just won't sell. The Xbone being laughed off stage, the PS4 positioned as the last hope of hardcore gaming but with few announced titles to really back it up. Me, I like shiny new stuff. I've been begging for more POWAR for ages and eventually moved to PC when I got tired of waiting. And there have been many more who did the same, discovering that Windows 7, Steam and full controller support removed most of the PC related horrors of the past with manually editing config files and drivers and clashing/crashing hardware mostly disappeared. The Xbone and PS4 now have an uphill battle on their hands to win us over and draw us back in their tightly regulated, expensive, closed off "ecosystems" with console/system exclusives. So what do you reckon? Is the next gen fucked? Or will it bring a new golden dawn of gaming upon us?
  20. Robo_1

    Gamescom 2013

    Gamecom Official Website Conferences: Sony: Times: August 20th 6:00 PM(UK ) / 7:00 PM (EU) Live stream: http://gamescom.eu.playstation.com/en_GB Live Stream: http://blog.us.plays...nce-live-today/ EA: Times: August 20th 3:00 PM(UK ) / 4:00 PM (EU) Live stream: http://www.ea.com/uk/gamescom-2013-ea-press-conference MS: Times: August 20th Live blog: http://www.lazygamer...wcase-liveblog/ http://embed.scribbl...meId=12676&ss=1 (With comments) http://embed.scribbl...0&ThemeId=12676 (Just news) Attendees & Lineup: Sony: Sony have said that Gamescom will focus on showcasing PS4's launch lineup along with updates to PS3 & Vita. We do know a much anticipated (is it 30fps or 60fps) build of Driveclub will be playable, along with a fresh demo of Infamous: Second Son which sadly won't be playable on the floor. PS4: Infamous: Second Son (PS4)Drive Club (PS4)Knack (PS4)Killzone: Shadowfall (PS4)PS3 Beyond: Two Souls (PS3)Gran Turismo 6 (PS3)Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (PS3)Ratchet & Clank: Nexus (PS3)Wonderbook: Book Of Potions (PS3)Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler (PS3)Wonderbook: Walking With Dinosaurs (PS3)Puppeteer (PS3)Vita: Destiny Of Spirits (Vita)Killzone: Mercenary (Vita)Tearaway (Vita)Their conference is also promising launch details of the PS4, and hopefully a Vita price cut along with some fresh game announcements. Microsoft: With MS opting not to stream their conference, rumours of a new Crackdown unveiling are looking unlikely. They have however said that they will be focussing on a 'unique exclusive' and offering the press some hands on time. Xbox One: Dead Rising 3Fable AnniversaryForza 5Killer InstinctKinect Sports: RivalsMax: The curse Of BrotherhoodRyseZoo TycoonXbox 360: World Of TanksNintendo: All eyes will be on Nintendo's Wii U lineup at Gamescom, and to be fair, in spite of there being no conference Nintendo are brining a respectable Gamescom showing: Wii U: Pikmin 3The Wonderful 101The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HDSonic Lost WorldWii Party UDonkey Kong Country: Tropical FreezeSuper Mario 3D WorldWii Karaoke UMario Kart 83DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon YProfessor Layton and the Azran LegacyThe Legend of Zelda: A Link Between WorldsUbisoft: Assassin’s Creed IV Black FlagWatch DogsTom Clancy’s The Division Splinter Cell BlacklistThe Crew Just Dance 2014Rayman Legends Might & Magic Duel of Champions Online Card GameMight & Magic Heroes Online Might & Magic X LegacyThe Might Quest for Epic Loot Activision: Call of Duty: GhostsDestinySkylanders SWAP ForceAngry Birds: Star WarsSquare Enix: Final Fantasy XIV: A Real RebornThief, Murdered: Soul SuspectLightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIFinal Fantasy X/X-2 HD RemasterKingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIXDeus Ex: The FallBethesda: The Elder Scrolls OnlineWolfenstein: The New OrderThe Evil WithinDeep Silver: Saints Row 4Killer Is DeadX RebirthSecret Files : Sam PetersLost Horizon 2The Dark Eye : MemoriaKonami: PES 2014Castlevania: Lords of ShadowOther: Batman: Arkham OriginsEve OnlineDark Souls 2Dust 514HawkenHotline Miami 2Payday 2Mad MaxSpace HulkStar CitizenWar of the VikingsThe Witcher 3: Wild HuntWWE 14Thanks to VG247 for sourcing this list.
  21. http://www.edge-online.com/news/gaijin-games-on-why-war-thunder-isnt-coming-to-xbox-one/ It sounds as if Sony are allowing (or rather not blocking) cross-platform Steam Vs PS4 play, whereas Microsoft are specifically not allowing it as policy. Given that mobile devices, android consoles, Steam on Mac and Linux etc all exist, might we see a situation where multiplayer game audiences are split into two groups - absolutely everyone on one side, and Xbox players fenced-in on the other? Is cross platform something people want to see, or would you prefer to know everyone is playing with the same control scheme, frame rate etc? Personally I feel like cross platform is a great thing, providing you can filter servers by "mouse only" or "pad only" to avoid a bloodbath. Certainly for asynchronous, co-operative or less twitchy games I would much rather have a larger player count to matchmake with, and would love to be able to buy games on PC or PS4 and play with my friends on either. Thoughts?
  22. So over in the Xbone thread, there's debate about whether Microsoft's pack-in deal offering a free copy of FIFA 14 with all Xbox One pre-orders is a stunning deal that appears to everyone or a insignificant thing that only boring people would like. Let's do some science! Where do you stand?
  23. http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2013-08-13-xbox-one-controller-will-be-compatible-with-pcs-next-year Widely expected, of course, but good to have it confirmed.
  24. Made another vid after the DRM U-turn,. Hope you like it (mods if you feel it should go in the uturn folder pse move) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isInZw_ZbsE&feature=youtu.be
  25. This deserved its own topic I feel as it might have been brushed over in the others. So what was the one great feature that was being communicated outside of the one disaster. The family sharing right- but the way it worked was never clear- the wording around it was vague and no one was left certain which lead to loads of different interpretations of how it worked. Who was allowed to play what on your list of 10 and at what times? Still sounded obviously too good to be true and kind of counter to the idea that the DRM was obviously to control game revenue. That was the whole point. Why do that and then allow you to share your game in such a manner that it might dissuade 9 other sales? Especially when Sony who when they messed up with the PS3, offered for the LIMITED PSN library the ability to share with up to 5 people fully until this was taken away as publishers like Capcom were not happy with this freedom. Sure, maybe only two people were allowed to play at a time but for a console that allowed you to do this with ALL copies of games (not just digital) - it could potentially cut sales in half after the DRM measures were in place again to control revenue. A little more confusion came when Major Nelson in an interview with Angry Joe who said "Can we play multiplayer games at the same time?" Nelson replied "split screen sure" which made this bizarre single player/mp split come in. He uses the words "check it out" and I've heard "try" as well in other interviews, check here at around 03:51. "It's not like you're buying ONE copy for all TEN members" So the whole thing was a little fishy. Before E3 hit, Boozy's favourite leak source CBOAT on neo-gaf said the DRM measures were worse than they were letting on. Then of course the whole changes kicked in after the poor reception and Sony destroying them at E3, and they dropped it all. Including the family sharing. This led some people to believe that the backwards shortsighted idiots who didn't like the xbox one DRM suddenly had denied them the chance to buy one game on launch day for 4 quid each with their gaming cartels with 9/10 other friends. Boooooooooooo! Why gamers why? Why did you deny us the policy that completely contradicts the whole point of the DRM? Turns out there was potentially a reason why MS was being so vague, why Major Nelson said "you're not buying one copy for all ten members" because you're not. Words like "try" and "check it out". Because they're full game demos. If you're not the primary license holder, apparently you get limited access to the full games OF AN HOUR. Full game trials essentially. http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=598291 That's why they took it out. Because they communicated it so badly people naively thought it was time they were going to get games for a tenth of the purchase price- at a time when Cliffy B is moaning that the current cost of dev games is struggling so the xbox one DRM was the answer- it obviously was if it didn't allow you to do that. Because it didn't. Anyway, what sneaky shady motherfuckers they are. Boozy, Simms whatever, neg button is there --------------------------------------> Thanks for listening!
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