Console Owners: It’s 2015, Let’s Stop Fighting Digital

A couple of days ago we posted the results of a recent earnings call for Electronic Arts, where the publisher stated that it wouldn’t do “anything unnatural” ...Read More

Could Amy Hennig’s Star Wars Game Feature a Smuggler and Be Like Uncharted in the Star Wars Universe?

First of all, let me include a disclaimer: this post is reaching a bit, possibly reading too much into something quite vague, so take it as a full ...Read More

The Evolution of Xenoblade Chronicles X: How its Visuals Have Changed for the Better

The constant bombardment of new information, trailers and screenshots for Xenoblade Chronicles X can be overwhelming at times for even the most die-hard of fans. As such, it’s ...Read More

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Benchmark – 160 Spectacular Screenshots; DirectX 9 vs DirectX 11 Compared

Today Square Enix released the PC benchmark for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn’s expansion Heavensward, and not only it gave us a chance to test our PC ...Read More

No Space Battles in Star Wars: Battlefront? EA Should Just Give Us a New X-Wing/TIE Fighter

The lack of space battles in Star Wars: Battlefront caused a lot of discussion among the community, that would of course love to pilot the iconic Star Wars ...Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Bloodborne

As one of the most-anticipated new releases for the PS4 this year, many have already celebrated the release of Bloodborne in the best way they know – scouring ...Read More

Neverwinter Xbox One vs PC Screenshot Comparison: How Does the Console Version Stack Up?

Neverwinter has just been released on Xbox One, bringing some more MMORPG action to Microsoft’s console. UI and controls aside, the game is very similar to the PC version, but how do the graphics compare? ...Read More

Bloodborne: Can You Defeat a Boss on PS4 Share Play from 6,500 Km Away and on PS Vita Remote Play?

Two of the most relevant and innovative features of the PS4 are Remote Play on PS Vita and Share Play. Both features are great, but each comes with its set of challenge. ...Read More

If You Thought that The Witcher 3 on Xbox One Looks Less than Great, Think Again: It Looks Awesome

There has been a lot of talk about the Xbox One version of The Witcher: 3 Wild Hunt due to the fact that it runs at “only” 900p, ...Read More

PS4 Share Play from Japan to Florida: Sony’s Most Innovative Feature Tested 11,600 Km and an Ocean Away

PS4’s Share Play is definitely one of the most innovative features introduced to home consoles in a long while, but how well does it hold over long distances? ...Read More

Dragon Ball XenoVerse is a Great Start for a New Franchise, But How Can We Make it Better?

Bandai Namco took a huge risk funding and releasing the recent Dragonball XenoVerse, following the critical and commercial mediocrity of the previous titles Ultimate Tenka’ichi and Battle of the Z. ...Read More

Bloodborne: Explore From Software’s Sancta Sanctorum, Where the Brutal PS4 Exclusive Was Made

Last Friday I pushed my way out of a crowded train at the Sasazuka Station on the New Keio line in Tokyo, and walked to From Software’s HQ, the place where Bloodborne was made. ...Read More

Best Games You’re Not Playing: PAX East 2015 Edition

Now that PAX East 2015 is over, it’s time to discuss the awesome indie games that littered the show floor. It was tough to narrow down my favorites ...Read More

You Don’t Realize Just How Small a PS4 Is Until You Take it On a 12-Hour Intercontinental Flight

Traveling often can cut seriously into your gaming time, and then you find yourself in hotel rooms with absolutely fantastic TV sets, and no console to hook up to them. ...Read More

Hideki Kamiya the Master Troll: How People Keep Falling for the Same Funny Joke on Scalebound and More

Few developers are as amusing to follow on Twitter as Platimum Games’ Hideki Kamiya. His tweets are completely unfiltered, and he absolutely loves to pull his readers’ leg with his joking and trolling. ...Read More

Could Final Fantasy XV Have a Card Minigame like Triple Triad or Tetra Master?

Yesterday Final Fantasy XV Art Director Yusuke Naora held a lecture at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, and during the livestream Square Enix displayed an ...Read More

Final Fantasy XV: Just How Massive Could The Open World Be in Square Enix’s New JRPG?

Today Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata clarified previous statements about the size of the map of the final game, only leaving us with even more ...Read More

Driveclub’s “Free” PlayStation Plus Edition Is Still Coming, Even Jim Ryan Won’t Comment on it

Today, as part of a peculiar interview on Metro, Sony Computer Entertainment President Jim Ryan was asked if he could guarantee that the “free” (I always ...Read More

Xbox One vs PS4 Screenshot Sharing Quality Comparison: Time to Step Up Your Game, Sony

Today Microsoft rolled out the ability to share screenshots from Xbox One to Twitter, and they did so in a rather interesting way. Instead of compressing ...Read More

Deep Down’s New Vision on PS4: Don’t Expect Capcom to Drop Free to Play, But it Could Be a Better Game

Yesterday Capcom’s jolly producer Yoshinori Ono mentioned that when the publisher will show Deep Down again, it will be “completely different.” He also added that the ...Read More

Who’s Your Video Game Valentine? DualShockers’ Favorite Characters Of All Time

Ah, dear Valentine’s Day. The sweet scent of red roses, the taste of decadent chocolate and the glitter of expensive jewelry. Or, if you’re more cynical, it represents ...Read More

What Can We Expect from Persona 5? A Detailed Analysis of the Trailer Reveals More Than We Thought

Persona fans were certainly shocked and awed by the incredible reveal trailer for Persona 5, which had been teased relentlessly since the massive Persona livestream from Atlus first started yesterday. ...Read More

PS4 Exclusive Bloodborne’s First 19 Minutes Analysis: Menus, Attributes, Weapons, Mechanics and More

Many mechanics of Bloodborne have been a mystery until now, but the lid is beginning to open thanks to the first nineteen minutes of the upcoming PS4 exclusive, ...Read More

Remastered Games are Bringing Players a Blast from the Past on New Consoles, and That’s Not a Bad Thing

The “next-generation” of consoles has been with us now for just over a year: since November of 2013 with the debut of both the PS4 and Xbox One ...Read More

Xbox One’s Own “Remote Play” Lets Microsoft Seize the Initiative; Might Force Sony to React

When Phil Spencer walked on stage today at the Windows 10 keynote, he had the face of a bomber pilot ready to drop some big ones, and there’s no denying it: he did. ...Read More

The Order: 1886 Is Actually Quite Innovative; it’s Time to Shelve that Boring, Generic Excuse to Bash it

The upcoming story-driven shooter by Ready at Dawn Studios The Order: 1886 is going to finally hit the shelves next month, and it’s proving quite polarizing. Having spent ...Read More

The Order: 1886 Trailer Analysis: Variety of Locations, Infiltration Missions and Awesome Weapons

Ready at Dawn’s The Order: 1886 has been bashed from several directions for being a monotonous game, offering constricted locations and not enough variety. Yet, yesterday Sony Computer ...Read More

Now That Xbox One Is Back Down to $349, Will Sony Finally Respond with a PS4 Price Cut?

Microsoft has done the unthinkable. Or to be more precise, has done something that would have been considered unthinkable just a few months ago. With an aggressive pricing ...Read More

Here’s What the Forza Motorsport 6 Annoucement Might Mean for Driveclub Fans, and The Other Way Around

Yesterday Microsoft surprised almost no one with the announcement of Forza Motorsport 6 for Xbox One. What definitely did not surprise is the reaction from certain ...Read More

God of War 4 for PS4 Might be Announced at the Next PlayStation Experience

Many expected the God of War 4 (or the next God of War, however you want to call it) to be announced at the beginning of December at ...Read More