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With Sony in such a strong position at the moment and thus better placed than the competition to indulge in the odd passion project or two, wouldn’t now be the perfect time to revisit some of the platform’s former successes?
Ultimately, in an effort to create its own, distinctive art style, Hello Games has ended up adopting something that’s dangerously close to crossing the line between stylish and kitschy.
Playing a game for the first time is always special. Whether it’s the 10th in a long-running series or the latest title in an already saturated genre (did someway say open world RPG?), the promise of new scenarios, new characters, and virgin worlds to explore feeds our inborn curiosity and thirst for fresh experiences.
Anyone who feared for the future of the series because of the absence of Nathan Drake can rest easy. The Lost Legacy is a brilliant game that proves Uncharted still has a lot to offer.
The word ‘understated’ probably best describes Gamescom 2017. In terms of new games and big, revelatory reveals, there was little to write home about.
It might be fast approaching its first birthday, but Battlefield 1 is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. On the contrary, during its Gamescom...
Let’s start by addressing the elephant in the room: Gamescom 2017 wasn’t the most exciting for Microsoft. Sure, a handful of impressive games were...
First conceived way back in 2008, only one short year after the release of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune on PS3, a big screen adaptation of Naughty Dog’s iconic action-adventure series has been in the works for almost a decade now.
Remembering Some of ‘Uncharted’s’ Greatest Moments and what Naughty Dog did to make them so memorable.
An incredibly short-sighted decision that threatens to leave Mass Effect’s potential unfulfilled and, worst of all, raises a big middle-finger to the fans who’ve steadfastly supported the series over the last 10 years.
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