Reporting directly from the Bethesda booth at Gamescom, Cologne, I just had a chance to talk with The Elder Scrolls Online Lead Gameplay Designer Nick Konkle and asked him what kind of visual differences we can expect
Though E3 is a month behind us, comments and impression continue to come out. In an article in Famitsu, translated by Polygon, several Japanese developers gave us their takes on the future of gaming, console pricing, and
Missed Sony's E3 press conference? Love Killzone? Well your in luck! Today, Sony posted the E3 gameplay demo for Killzone: Shadow Fall on their Youtube channel. This is the first time we are presented with a
According to Polygon, former Capcom producer Keiji Inafune was not impressed with the software shown at this year's E3.
Cliff Bleszinski, former design director for Epic Games, tweeted some interesting news today. Bleszinski, affectionately known as “Cliffy B”, apparently overhead that a new IP needed to sell 10 million copies just to break even at E3.
In 1998, Thief: The Dark Project helped to pioneer the stealth genre, along with the releases of Tenchu: Stealth Assassins and Metal Gear Solid, and since then, a whole host of games have risen in its wake,
E3 2013 Preview: Sixth Time is the Charm with Obsidian Entertainment’s South Park: The Stick of Truth
If you used the terms role-playing game and South Park in the same sentence prior to the announcement of South Park: The Stick of Truth, I probably would have laughed in your face. South Park has established
Recently at E3 2013, I had a chance to have an extended play-session with Volition's upcoming open-world third-person shooter, Saints Row IV. I had the pleasure of speaking with Senior Producer on the project, Jim Boone, and
Why are all the "kids" games the toughest and most infuriating? Seriously, first Duck Tales and now Mickey Mouse: Castle of Illusion. I digress however: much like Capcom's recently-announced Duck Tales revival, Sega's remake of Mickey Mouse:
Affordable. Sleek. Powerful. Sexy.
These are just a few ways Razer's Blade and Blade Pro were described in David Fenster's interview with Razer's Kevin Scarpati, showing off "the world's thinnest game laptops."
E3 ended two weeks ago, and I am still feeling the effects - as are the rest of the DualShockers team and the entire gaming community. Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo (along with all the major publishers) dropped
E3 2013 Preview: Can The Simple Hack & Slash Gameplay of One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 Draw In New Fans?
I'm not going to lie to the true fans out there: the last time I caught an episode of the anime series One Piece, all I can remember happening is the protagonist Monkey D. Luffy--the elastic would-be
As the owner of a PS3 and a terribly temperamental laptop, I've never had the chance to immerse myself into The Witcher franchise before. The first game, The Witcher, was only available via PC; the second, The
Sonic has been a lot of places over the last two decades: from werewolf to olympian, he's had a hard time--pardon the pun--finding his footing. Sonic Lost World seeks to change that, giving Sonic a new world
If there's one game during E3 2013 that both pleasantly surprised and greatly impressed me, it was my time watching the hands-off presentation of Ubisoft Massive's Tom Clancy's The Division. What I enjoyed most wasn't just the
A while back, I wrote a preview regarding my thoughts as to where Rocksteady Studios could take the Batman: Arkham video game franchise in its next iteration. Suffice to say, I was mostly way off; Rocksteady is
Even after I finished Saints Row: The Third a couple of years ago, and later on saw the first hands-off demonstration of Saints Row IV at PAX East this past March, I was still largely unconvinced that
While I was at E3 this year, I got a little hands-on time with Namco Bandai's upcoming game Armored Core: Verdict Day. The immediate sequel to Armored Core V -- a title I unfortunately missed playing but