Ten new games are coming to PlayStation Now next week, including the horror homage title Until Dawn, and the physics-bending title Gravity Rush Remastered.
The Chinese Room, the studio behind Everybody's Gone to the Rapture and Dear Esther has made lay-offs of its staff but claims it will be back in the future.
Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the games that will be added to the PlayStation Plus instant game collection in November, aka the free games you will be getting next month if you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber.
Today Sony Interactive Entertainment opened a new sale on the North American PlayStation Store, including Journey, Hohokum, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture and more.
Originally released as a PS4 console exclusive in last summer, developer The Chinese Room's immersive narrative experience Everybody's Gone to the Rapture drew great acclaim for its rich environments and compelling story, with the title now having
Apparently (former?) PS4 exclusive by The Chinese Room Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is heading towards a PC release, at least of the patch notes for the latest AMD drivers are to be believed.
Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture and Brigador Devs Criticize Gamers Who Always Want Games to be Cheaper
Whenever a game is released, especially when it's an indie game made by a small team, and possibly doesn't have all the frills included in an AAA production, you often see people commenting that it should be
Though 2015 has come and gone, the accolades and awards honoring the best of the year (in a particularly busy year for games) are still coming, with the Writers Guild of Great Britain giving out their top
In dark times, always count on emergency broadcasts. Pick up this cool looking dynamic theme inspired by Everybody's Gone to the Rapture.
Ryan goes to the Rapture and Jorge seems okay with that in this week's Shockcast.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Devs Address Criticisms of Slow Player Speed; Reveals There is a Run Button
After a long-awaited release, The Chinese Room and SCE Santa Monica Studio's Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has (so far) garnered very positive reviews from gaming outlets, though a common criticism has put negative marks on the
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has finally been released today on PS4, and to celebrate the launch, Creative Director Dan Pinchbeck shared quite a lot of interesting info in an AMA on Reddit.
After several years in development, the end times are almost upon us as Everybody's Gone to the Rapture gets closer to its release tomorrow on August 11th: luckily, you can start preparing for the apocalypse right now
With just one more day to go, the end of the world is nearly upon us: don't worry though, that's just in the case of the upcoming PS4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, not in real
Sony's upcoming PS4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has been in the works for over two-and-a-half years by developer The Chinese Room, and now with just over a week to go until the game's release, the
Sad beauty. The end of the world is very different in Everybody's Gone to the Rapture.
The upcoming PS4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is known not only for lovely graphics and an intriguing story, but also for a peculiarly long title.
PS4 Exclusive Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture: Next Week “As Big as it Gets;” Final Mix Sounds Incredible
The upcoming PS4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to The Rapture is entering the final stretch of development towards its release on August 11th, and today developer The Chinese Room provided more info on the situation on Twitter.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Coming to PS4 in August 2015; New Trailer Released and Website Now Live
As one of the more quiet and elusive PS4 exclusive title currently in development by The Chinese Room (Dear Esther, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs), the long-awaited Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has gotten some attention following