While I was blindly wandering the Internet at 03:36am this morning I stumbled across this prototype trailer for an indie game coming out of Sweden called Hong Kong Massacre.
We are now two weeks away from release. That's right, Child of Light is coming to all consoles and PC at the end of this month, and they are building up that hype to get us excited. This latest trailer shows off the different environments.
Okay, I'm officially desperate for Child of Light now. It started as a pretty looking game that said the magical words "based on classic JRPG" - now, it is coming together with impressive music and even stage design from Cirque du Soleil. If it's as amazing as it seems, I'm going to camp outside Ubisoft's offices to beg them to make more like this.
When Geoff told you about the horror game coming to PC and PS4, it looked ridiculously scary. Now, it turns out that he was wrong about the setting - this is even scarier.
Earlier this week, we got the chance to see some gameplay for the upcoming tie-in game to The Amazing Spider-Man 2. It pretty much looked exactly like the first game. But apparently, there’s more to what we saw. Such as an opportunity to confuse your grey matter hemispheres.
Borderlands 2 was our game of the year in 2012 and is the game I’ve probably put the most time into over the last 5 yeas. So when I heard it was coming to the Vita, a device I do not like, I was intrigued.
Child of Light drops at the end of next month. It is one of the titles I'm most excited about this year - not only is it beautiful, it's also unique and original. Now we can see a little bit of how it was possible to make the game, and why it's just so pretty.
During his long career, the Batman has faced impossible odds. Being buried alive, a broken back, various death-traps and super-powered foes. But today, the Dark Knight faces his greatest challenge yet: Dark Souls 2.
So we’ve moved our weekly Minecraft update to Monday because alliteration is awesome. But the problem is I forgot to tell my kids and Gareth about this so we don’t have any awesome screenshots of the world at the moment.
Cosplay! I love it, and so do plenty of other folks. While our local talent is growing each and every year, you can’t beat our American brethren when it comes to dressing up, and they’ve got the various cons to prove it. Such as the recently held Katsucon.