Tag Archives: PlayStation

Remembering WipEout – Interview with Nick Burcombe

As Nick Burcombe himself will tell you, something special came together when WipEout was released on PS1 in September 1995. It was a perfect storm of the right game with the right attitude on the right console and it helped set the tone for years of titles to come. As...

Can Drake Save Next-Gen? Find out in games™ 159

It’s been a generation of “cross-gen ports that just up-resolutioned their assets for the PS4″ according to the guys at Naughty Dog and that’s what Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will be looking to conquer when it releases in 2016. We sat down exclusively with the team behind the game...

The return of the console exclusives

The third-party console exclusive is back from the dead – but why? What’s changed? And is it something that’s going to last beyond the first couple of years of PS4, Xbox One and Wii U? The age of the third-party console exclusive all but died with the last generation, with...

Motion Denied – Are Motion Controls Dead?

Once a seemingly permanent addition to the gaming landscape, motion control no longer seems to be a priority for developers. Is this a temporary setback or a terminal decline? The biggest motion control story of 2014 was not a positive one. Kinect, initially pitched as an essential part of Xbox...



Gamescom 2013: Sony Announcements Round-Up

Yesterday evening, Sony took to the Gamescom stage announced a ton of new information about first-party exclusives, their support for indie developers and price alterations on their hardware. We’ve got it all tied together for you below.