A few days ago we reported about a PS4 failing to respond to the controller and to the PlayStation App on a Japanese live TV broadcast. On the other hand, at E3, the console crashed during the
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
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
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:
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
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
With all of the things that were announced or shown off during E3, the DualShockers Team was overwhelmingly ecstatic: so much that we had to savor the moment and talk about our impressions, which you can view
Ever since the Oculus Rift was revealed, I've been excited at the prospect of trying out virtual reality with the power of current technology. Virtual Boy, this is not. From running and gunning on an omni-directional treadmill
At E3 2013 I got the chance to see a closed-door presentation on how EA's Sports Ignite initiative would be evolving the UFC franchise: to say that I was impressed is an understatement.
CD Projekt RED, the the company behind The Witcher franchise, is known far and wide for their stance against DRM, especially on the PC, where they have an entire distribution service, GOG.com, that supplies DRM-free PC
Every time a new console is unveiled people wonder if the manufacturer is actually demonstrating its games with the actual DevKits or with PCs running roughly similar hardware, or maybe not even the same hardware at
Thanks to some new screenshots from E3, we get a closer look at Retro Studios's Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which will be released in November 2013 for Wii U.
Black Desert Online has been hanging at the edge of the consciousness of many MMORPG enthusiasts for a while now, and in occasion of E3 Pearl Abyss released a nice batch of screenshots showcasing once more its
Wonderful 101, the upcoming Wii U slated for a September 15th North American release, has gotten some wonderful (pun intended) new screenshots, courtesy of E3.
I finally got a chance to properly check out Media Molecule's newest IP, Tearaway, and to say I wasn't disappointed is an understatement. Tearaway is a PS Vita exclusive that is coming out for North America on
Many Warhammer 40,000 fans were appalled to hear about the shift of Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millenium Online away from the MMORPG genre.Then the game was completely lost in the warp with the implosion of THQ.
The remote play functionality between PS4 and PS Vita has been seen by many as a strong selling point for Sony's portable console, up to the point that it could considerably raise its adoption within the gaming