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Some of the most popular products of the post-casual game market are arcade and downloadable games on consoles that offer bite-sized adventures for bite-sized prices. The next generation has its own issues with how it wants to handle indie developers (we’ll get into how one developer describes it later), but needless to say, smaller developers are all over E3, displaying spectacular art, unique mechanics, and a refreshing optimism and humility under the shadow of massive AAA booths.
Telltale’s Walking Dead is an emotional experience. If you haven’t had a chance to check out 2012’s Game of the Year, do yourself a favor and get on it. In recent months, Telltale has announced a sequel season (following their trademark formula of episodic gameplay) and now has revealed the first taste of its new DLC, a single episode designed to bridge the first season and second seasons through a vignette based story featuring five main characters, each playable.
Sherlock Holmes has the most impressive afterlife of any literary or fictional character in modern memory. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle only penned three novels and 56 short stories on his famous detective. That may seem like a lot. It’s not. Since Sir Doyle’s writings, Holmes has appeared in over 100 movies, dozens of comics, countless TV show incarnations, and a never-ending supply of new novels. Frogwares, the developers of Sherlock Holmes games for over 12 years takes this pedigree seriously and is ready to give fans of the interactive detective the experience they truly desire and have wanted ever since diving into the Holmes pool.
We wanted to know how the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are going to stack up against one another,with respect to size, once these two systems hit store shelves this fall. So we went ahead and probed the Internet to locate as many images that we could find, to give us a better representation of the size differences between the two consoles.
How’d that song go? “Everybody’s dancing in the moonlight,” and so on. That was the feeling after Sony’s press conference last night, but I won’t bore you with the details or play-by-play breakdown. By now you’ve seen the stream three times, read Kotaku, Polygon, and the newspaper; and your Twitter and Facebook feeds are past the point of bursting. Instead, here’s the breakdown of what you need to take away from Sony’s late-night beatdown…
Sony fans remember this quote “The next gen doesn’t start until we say it does”, well boys and girls they mean business this time… unless you’ve been living under a rock, you should already know that the PlayStation 4 has been announced and its KICK ASS!!!! But the big question around the biz is how much and when, well LOT has your answer….
Welcome back for another exciting Heads Up! This week we “Bash” our way through Tekken Tag Tournament 2 on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 to give you the “Heads Up” on which version out performs the other. Just remember, in a Heads Up, our members are the judge and jury on which version is the best.
Nintendo had it’s Wii U preview event earlier today in New York City and they revealed some details that you’ll be very interested to hear. Much of the information relates to memory and the game disc, but a release date and pricing has been announced…
Releasing December 6, the Neo Geo X Gold Entertainment System is a handheld that plays classic Neo Geo arcade games. In addition to the handheld itself (which boasts a 4.3-inch LCD screen), it comes packaged with a standard-sized joystick controller, a dock that connects the handheld to your TV, and 20 pre-loaded Neo Geo games.