Tag Archives: Sony

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...


LittleBigPlanet 3 review
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LittleBigPlanet 3 review

By now you probably know what it is you want to get out of LittleBigPlanet, and whichever direction it goes in will dictate whether this latest is for you. If the original LittleBigPlanet was innovation, its sequel was an intricate honing of that core concept, then this latest – this...

DriveClub review
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DriveClub review

DriveClub is immediately striking. From the second the intro video kicks into gear, cars battling violently through tight turns and along desert roads, you know exactly what DriveClub is going to be about. Excitement is the key word here, the physics model set up in such a way so as...

PS4 makes “incredible difference” for Gran Turismo says Yamauchi

Speaking exclusively to games™ in an in-depth interview feature, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has praised the PlayStation 4 and assured fans that they can expect a much better final product than Polyphony was able to deliver on the more challenging PS3 hardware. “Everything will be running naturally,” Yamauchi assured us....

Hohokum review
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Hohokum review

When artist Richard Hogg collaborated with developer Honeyslug for Frobisher Says!, the result was a sensory assault; an unremitting torrent of cartoonish visuals matched with slapstick larks, each skit demanding full attention and instant understanding of its simplistic concept from its participants in order to succeed. Now, two years later,...

Road Not Taken review
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Road Not Taken review

You can’t fault Road Not Taken for its inventiveness. Though the game is primarily a match-three puzzle game – the likes of which developer Spry Fox itself had already mastered with Triple Town – it provides enough of a twist to the core mechanics that there’s a genuine sense of...