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Does Mirror’s Edge need more or less gun action? The morning Inbox wonders why this year has seen so many E3 spoilers, as one reader celebrates the sci-fi magic of modern gaming. To join in with the discussions yourself email firstname.lastname@example.org Less is more Glad to see Mirror’s Edge Catalyst officially announced and the comments from the developer were pretty encouraging. The main problem I worry about… Read the full story Read more →
Hellblade – the psychology of violence The creators of DmC and Heavenly Sword have offered up a closer look at their new PS4 action game, and its surprisingly mature storyline. When it was first teased last year Hellblade seemed to be a Celtic-flavoured hack ‘n’ slash. It is still that, but it seems the backstory of protagonist Senua is considerably more interesting than the norm. It turns out the game has been developed in conjunction with the University of Cambridge’s Psychiatrist and Professor of Health and Neuroscience, Paul Fletcher, and in collaboration with the Wellcome Trust. Although Senua has become […] Read more →
Ratchet & Clank – now that’s a remake Sony has finally released footage of the PS4 re-imagining of Ratchet & Clank, and the graphics may just be the best on the console so far. Although it was supposed to be out this summer not a thing has been seen of the Ratchet & Clank game up until now. But that can’t have been because Sony was embarrassed of the graphics, because they look amazing. The delay was probably as much due to the movie as much as anything, with both being pushed back to next spring. The game works as […] Read more →
Fallout 4 – will it be the biggest game of 2015 (or 2016)? The evening Inbox insists that Splatoon is already an all-time classic, as one reader offers a free Dreamcast and games. To join in with the discussions yourself email email@example.com Real nerdy I’ve been reading the E3 previews with interest and I’m hopeful that this is the point at which this… Read the full story Read more →
He’s back, and ready for more (Picture: AFP/Getty) If you were to take a microscope and examine Xbox’s DNA, you’d find something like Halo: The Master Chief Collection nestled at its heart. Their green-clad super-soldier is now indistinguishable from the brand he represents, and the fuss surrounding these re-mastered games is a reminder of the leading force this series has become. Except – and let’s have a dramatic gasp at this stage – you could argue that Halo is far past its sell-by date. MORE: Halo: The Master Chief Collection review – replay the fight In fact, you could dig the […] Read more →
Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 – better than Night Trap The indie homage to Night Trap already has a sequel and the reader who reviewed the first one returns to analyse the improvements… Thinking back on my review of the first Five Nights At Freddy’s, the thought occurs that I was too harsh in dismissing the game as YouTube fodder. While it undoubtedly owes some degree of its success to shrill guys on YouTube pretending to scream at it, it doesn’t deserve to be dumped in the same category as broken, terrible, intellectually offensive trash like Walden And The Werewolf […] Read more →