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Gamescom 2014 – Tearaway unfolds on PS4

 

Tearaway undoubtedly looks like a fantastic PS Vita game, one that combines flexible papercraft with the hardware of that handheld. But could it ever be accurately ported over to the PS4? Sort of, actually. The first thing you have to do according to developer Media Molecule, is not port it at all.

Gamescom 2014 – Prepare for an Alienation onslaught

Housemarque is the digital equivalent of a drug pusher, with games that are ridiculously addictive. After hit titles such as Resogun, Dead Nation and Super Stardust HD, they’ve got something new on the way, in the form of Alienation.

Gamescom 2014 – PlayStation TV heads to Europe

You’ve seen Japan enjoy the benefits of TV on a console, something that we have yet to experience. Well hate no more, because PlayStation TV is headed to Europe in 2015, with a  RRP of €99, and it will include three digital games as well. Neat!

Gamescom 2014 – Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain infiltrates

Metal Gear Solid without a cardboard box is like cheese chips without onion flavour. Prepare for next-gen box physics!

Gamescom 2014 – Destiny is the most pre-ordered game in history.

How big are the pre-orders for Destiny? World-record setting in fact. But there’s more to Destiny than just numbers. There are also matches to be won in the Crucible. Check it out!

Gamescom 2014 – Ninja Theory returns with Hellblade

 

Ninja Theory may be one of the most underrated studios on the planet, having cranked out masterpieces such as Enslaved and DmC Devil May Cry. Since 2013, that studio has been quiet however. Prepare for that silence to be broken.

Gamescom 2014 – Meet the Tomorrow Children

 

Mines, children and booming Russian choirs. No, the Soviet Union hasn’t returned. It’s the Tomorrow Children!

Gamescom 2014 – First look at Bloodborne gameplay

Just what is Bloodborne? It’s a game that has been developed by Dark Souls geniuses From Software, that we know. And now, we also know that it looks downright terrifying and creepy.

Gamescom 2014 – Tesla lives in The Order 1886

The Order 1886 isn’t the most historically accurate game out there (Werewolves!), but it certainly has hints of it. And inside that game with impressive visuals and okay gameplay, you’ll find one underrated scientist. I am course, talking about Nikolai Tesla. Check it out in the fresh trailer after the jump.

In Other News – 12 August 2014

Woo, what a busy day, amirite? By now, you’re probably sifting through all of the news that just came out of the Xbox press conference. Meanwhile, Al and I are resting our fingers for round 2, when Sony launches their event. Be sure to tune in for that. As usual, we’ll have live coverage, video and news reports of attendees drinking all the Kolsch beer available.

Gamescom 2014 – Xbox One will have pre-downloads

With a ton of games on the way, Xbox One has one other feature on the way. Pre-downloads for Xbox One games. That makes digital purchases that little bit more tempting, as Xbox One is focusing heavily on that feature, as well as several new bundles of games that are on the way. That’s a  pretty awesome feature you got there Microsoft.

Gamescom 2014 – Ori and the blind forest still captivates

Not every game on show has to be big budget action that cross platforms. Sometimes, even a simple idea can still be the best possible execution of a heartfelt experience. And that is what Ori and the Blind Forest is all about.

Gamescom 2014 – Quantum Break bends time itself

  Remedy’s creative director Sam Lake takes the stage, to talk about combining TV with gaming. And he has some bold ideas as he shows off a live demo of the game.

Gamescom 2014 – Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare has a bridge to cross

Hey, it wouldn’t be an an enormous gaming event without some Call Of Duty!

Gamescom 2014 – FIFA 15 goes ultimate

Gregor Bieler of Xbox takes the stage first, treating audiences to some of that famous German hospitality by reminding everyone who the best football team in the world is. After that, Xbox chief Phil Spencer arrives, to talk about bringing Xbox One to 29 new countries in September, a console that will have many games arriving with it. Such as FIFA 15.