Murdered: Soul Suspect has been something we;’ve been keeping an eye on since seeing it at one or other trade show a few years ago. It’s the sort of game that a studio and publisher with no balls would pass right up on for being different. Here’s a brand new trailer for the game, telling you everything you need to know about the game, plus probably a little you didn’t .
Final Fantasy XIII was quite a divisive entry in the franchise. The Marmite of JRPGs, fans either loved or hated it. Now details are coming out on Final Fantasy XV, and this may just be the game that fans have been waiting for.
Despite achieving fantastic sales figures for the PS4, Sony has been struggling as a corporation. They've been taking all kinds of drastic steps to save the company, the latest of which is to sell off shares to bring in some extra cash.
It might not have the biggest following around, but Drakenguard certainly does have one of the more dedicated groups of fans in gaming. A third game arrives later this year, and of course, it’ll have a shiny special edition.
Over the last couple of years there’s been an idea in the gaming development industry, amongst the bigger players, that a game needs to hit as many checkpoints as possible in order to appeal to the widest audience. Sometimes that works. Most times, it fails. And that’s something that Square Enix has realised, as they shift focus in their gaming department.
It was a cold night in a hot town. Geoff peered at me through the window of my office, which was weird because I was on the fifth floor. He told me of a game that needed some work done on it, as I sipped from my Jem and the Holograms vodka glass and felt truly outrageous. A game by the name of Murdered: Soul Suspect, which was going to be available in limited edition stock…
I remember the day that I first saw Final Fantasy X. It looked good! This was in the day of bulky 480p TV screens, but hell, the game looked stunning back then. And then Auron spoke, which was something that I had never seen in a Final Fantasy game. Years later, it’s still a great game, and possibly even better with an HD sheen to it. Here’s what the critics have to say.