4A Games deliver the inaugural slice of DLC for their marvellous post-apocalyptic shooter, Metro: Last Light. The Faction Pack introduces new characters, new weapons and a chance to help the Poles establish the first post-doomsday museum. At a penny under four queen pounds, what could go wrong?
As the AAA horror game continues its suicide-march into irrelevance, Kickstarted episodic horror The Last Door looks to join the heady roster of quality, indie psychological horrors that have taken its place.
Naughty Dog’s pièce de résistance, condensed into 110 electrifying images.
In Metro: Last Light, 4A Games have served up a compelling vision of the apocalypse (as well as, perhaps, an early glimpse of the next generation.) Rousing imagery captured from deep within the skeletal remains of Moscow City. Click to biggerise.
With first-person shooters struggling to escape the grip of big words like homogenisation, can 4A Games provide a walk through hell to remember?
Expected the unexpected, for it’s time for the games industry’s unusual Uncle Ubisoft to take to the stage. Expect Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs, something from Driver: San Fransisco developer Reflections and, who knows, perhaps even Prince of Persia. But probably not Beyond Good & Evil 2.
Microsoft did a reasonable job of placating gamers hung up on bastard-DRM, bastard-privacy issues and bastard-backwards compatibility woes by focusing on games, games, games. So what has EA got primed down the barrel of its E3 Howitzer? Mirror’s Edge 2? Dragon Age 3? A new Mass Effect? Come at me.
Words, sentences and the ocassional full stop in tandem with Microsoft’s 2013 E3 press conference.
First impressions are everything. Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is not Call of Juarez: The Cartel, and for that it is off to a roaring great start. Comeback kid?