My intentions were to stop these, but I have spent so much time writing for other sites that sometimes I just like to put them up to prove I am alive.
Sony’s new handheld, the PS Vita, is set to continue the company’s trend of making the most technically impressive hardware possible with a price tag to match.
The first of these posts is my recent preview of Aliens: Colonial Marines, the upcoming movie licence from Gearbox. Some twenty-five years after the release of the Aliens movie, this new game is to tell the story of what happened after reactor explosion on LV:426, as you take control of a new squad of marines sent in to investigate the ill-fated planet.
Gun Loco sets a frenetic pace to its action. As a third person shooter it bucks the current norm of cover-focused combat in favor of mobility.
Square Enix is changing things up a little in its up coming PSP title The 3rd Birthday. In terms of heritage the game is a sequel to the Parasite Eve titles, a pair of survival horror role-play games that came to the original Playstation, which were in turn based on a Hideaki Sena book of the same name.
With relatively little on show of thatgamecompany’s (developers of Flow and Flower) latest PSN title my excitement for Journey may be misplaced. But with an idea that appeals to me so much, coupled with the stunning aesthetic and thatgamecompanys pedigree, I can’t help but feel it’s a safe bet.
Whenever I have been asked about my most anticipated game of 2010 is I have answered Dead Space 2. It is an instinctive response; the original was far and away my favourite game of 2008. While I feel the game didn’t need a sequel science-fiction survival horror titles prove a rare breed, so I take them where I can get them.
I know it is late, with all of the Tokyo Game Show write-ups, reviews and articles that I had to get posted things have been hectic. But it is here now and stuffed to bursting point with previews, discussion and
Expect something more substantial soon about my experience as a whole in the next few days, but incase you were wondering where all my TGS previews are you can find them at Play Devil and Go Gaming Giant. Hope you