Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning has been garnering a bit of attention lately with high praise from various media outlets. For 38 Studio’s first outing, Reckoning is definitely an ambitious project as it was once conceived as an MMO.
With the release of the PS Vita quickly approaching, news around some of the launch games have started popping up. One particular game that has been gaining some attention is Gravity Rush.
Last year Microsoft made a huge deal about its new IPTV service that would be coming to the Xbox 360. The initiative came from the big man himself, Steve Ballmer. However, it looks like Microsoft may have gotten ahead of itself on this deal.
Uncharted: Golden Abyss released in Japan to positive reception with Famitsu scoring the game with an impressive 9/9/8/9. With various media outlets getting their import copies of the game, reviews have started going up for the highly anticipated title in the west.
Its a busy time to be a gamer with so many great titles releasing around the same time. Battlefield 3 released over a week ago with rave reviews and have gone on to sell over five million units. The critically acclaimed, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception dropped two days ago with top notch scores making it the highest rated first party title of this year.
A couple weeks ago, Gearbox Software released a 11-minute walkthrough video of Aliens: Colonial Marines. Fans of the classic movies will appreciate Gearbox’s attention to detail to make the game fit in with the Aliens universe.
Earlier today Bioware officially confirmed the existence of a multiplayer mode for Mass Effect 3. Rumors of such a mode have been doing the rounds for months now.
Naughty Dog recently invited some journalists to view a never before seen level from Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception and its absolutely stunning. It appears that Naughty Dog has done it again as the level of detail in the single player campaign is cut above Uncharted 2.
Earlier today Sony released a new ad revealing an amazing video that celebrates video gaming in general. According to Sony the goal of this ad was to recognize all gamers from different walks of live that have made what PlayStation is today.