Naughty Dog’s Creative Director on Uncharted 4’s story trailer: “We Fucked Up”


Yesterday, Naughty Dog revealed a new story trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and it made the internet explode….for all the wrong reasons. As it turns out, a piece of art work that looked a lot like a piece of concept art from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag made its … Continue reading

Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6 are coming to Xbox One and PS4

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Good news everyone! Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 are officially heading to Xbox One and PS4. Each game will be sold individually at $19.99 / €19.99 / £15.99 each and will release one at a time beginning on March 29th with Resident Evil 6. Resident Evil 5 … Continue reading

PS Plus subscribers getting exclusive access to Hitman Beta


A new post on the PlayStation Blog by IO-Interactive’s Community Manager, Travis Barbour revealed that the Hitman Beta, once accessed only by those who pre-ordered the game, will be coming to PlayStation Plus subscribers as well beginning on March 4th. The Beta will run through that weekend, ending on March … Continue reading

PS Plus free games for March 2016 announced


A new post on the PlayStation Blog has revealed the next batch of free games for the month of March, including the winner of the community “Vote to Play”, Broforce. The games are as follows: Broforce, PS4 Flame Over, PS Vita Galak-Z, PS4 The Last Guy, PS3 Reality Fighters, PS Vita Super … Continue reading

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End gets epic new story trailer, potentially “borrows” art from Assassin’s Creed


Did they? Didn’t they? Who knows…but it sure looks like it. Naughty Dog unveiled a brand new trailer for their upcoming Action Adventure epic, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, giving a bit of insight into the game’s narrative. It shows both a young Nathan Drake evolving into the gun toting … Continue reading

The Order: 1886: Should Games Be Shorter?


Games have evolved a lot since I began my gaming career back in 1997 on my PS1.  In those days, the standard retail price for most games in new condition was $40, especially if they were less than a year old.  But even then, the prices never varied too much. … Continue reading