With Michael Bay’s newest Transformers film out in theaters, it’s predictable for Activision to release a new game to coincide with it.
It took a while, but it’s finally happened: EA has made a UFC game.
When Watch_Dogs was first revealed to the masses back in E3 2013, it was a revelation, an example of the powerful technology that was to come with Sony and Microsoft’s next-gen consoles.
It’s not a good day from former criminal turned detective Ronan O’ Conner.
Focus Home Interactive and Spiders’ Bound by Flame is the spiritual successor to the developer’s previous game Mars: War Logs.
With Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 drawing crowds into movie theaters, Activision and Beenox wanted to do the same with their video game tie-in, aiming to expand on the movie’s plot while providing players a good time as Marvel’s web slinging hero.
With UbiArt Framework already powering the gorgeously animated Rayman games, it’s hard to believe that Ubisoft could top the superb visuals in those titles.
With first person horror quite popular these days, Atlus and Zombie Studios’ Daylight attempts to make its mark on the market with procedurally generated levels and scares instead of set environments and predictable jumps.
With Lego The Lord of the Rings covering the main trilogy of J.R.R Tolkien books and Peter Jackson’s fantastic films, it’s only natural that the new trilogy based on The Hobbit gets the video game treatment as well.
When you think of RedLynx’s Trials series, you think about two things specifically: one, the exhilarating, death-defying jumps you’ll be doing and crazy air you’ll be catching, and two, the many frustrating and painful fails you’ll suffer through in the attempt of a perfect run.