If Microsoft can convince consumers of their console’s chops, the last month with all its hysteria will be lost to the annals of google caches and never spoken of again.
There are many things we already know about Sony’s plans for E3, but there is still plenty of room for surprises – especially surrounding game announcements.
Nintendo’s opted for the awkward, too-quiet Nintendo Direct this year instead of the traditional press conference, but what surprises might they have up their sleeves?
Nintendo’s finally cracking down on ‘Let’s Play’ videos and all the horrible positive brand awareness they bring. But how will Nintendo stop people watching other people play in real life?
The console’s had a tough reveal, not least of all because Microsoft can’t decide what to tell consumers about DRM and used games.
At this point, Nintendo’s floundering console seems more likely than Microsoft’s recently revealed one to capture the hearts of enthusiast gamers as Wii U, Xbox One and PS4 show separate aims.
One of the greatest SNES games has another release, but are there any improvements over previous versions? Surprisingly, there are.
Nintendo’s latest moves show the company’s still smart and strong, and calls of Wii U ‘failure’ are ridiculously premature.
Games like BioShock Infinite, Tomb Raider and Antichamber are part of a drive towards eschewing filmic narrative inspirations to craft a new kind of storytelling.
The system that introduced digital download games to Nintendo handhelds also introduced a lot of shovelware and crappy apps, but there are at least eight games you should consider going back for.
Even in a non-competitive setting, the power and voyeurism of the sniper rifle is very alluring. What does a game need to do to capitalise on this and make its ranged gunplay satisfying?
With a thoroughly modern take on a classic journey, Tomb Raider has been completely rethought in the best of ways, and proves the once-troubled series has what it takes to survive after all.
Ridiculous Fishing’s in-game version of twitter makes for a truly engaging and refreshing social sharing feature.