While the characterization isn't entirely accurate and the story re-arranged for the purposes of time and entertainment, I have to say that the new live-action short film for Deus Ex: Human Revolution from director Moe Charif and featuring the sound design from HOBO Audio is pretty darn sweet.
It's been confirmed. In case you didn't know, Thief on the Xbox One runs at a native resolution of 1600 × 900p. The PlayStation 4 runs the game at 1920 × 1080p. An increase of over 633,000 pixels in favor of the PlayStation 4.
Thief has officially gone gold for old-gen consoles, new-gen consoles and PC. The official Sony PlayStation blog managed to get their hands on a new trailer to pimp the game for the PlayStation systems.
While some members of the Glorious PC Master Race are rocking setups that can hit 2K resolutions at 60 smooth-as-a-baby's-bottom frames per second, you won't be able to use that setup to play Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition.
Lara Croft has had quite the adventurous life, raiding tombs all over the world, visiting forgotten palaces, fighting ancient evils and uncovering priceless treasures. Now she's gearing up from another expedition into the unknown as the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider ventures into the untamed wilderness known as Mac.
Eidos Montreal released a new developer trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut for the Wii U, showcasing how players can utilize the Wii U's GamePad to perform hacks, see through objects, activate Jensen's abilities and micromanage your inventory.
Lara Croft’s latest adventure, which also happens to be her first official story, is cheaper than ever this week on the PlayStation Network, going for 50 percent off for the next three days as part of a special “Flash Sale” on the digital download.
Square Enix and Eidos Montreal are re-releasing one of the greatest games ever made in the history of gaming (and no, that's not an exaggeration at all) for Nintendo's Wii U. To continue to celebrate the game's upcoming debut on the Wii U, Square Enix and Eidos released a new trailer for the Director's Cut of Human Revolution.
Following last week's teaser, the full-on Thief trailer is finally here, ready to steal a little over a minute of your time with some pretty imagery of a masked dude preparing for and pulling off some seriously sneaky business.
Thief gets the official reveal, Battlefield 4 gets teased and SimCity causes gamers a lot of heart ache while causing EA a lot of bad press. These stories and more in this edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
Here at Gaming Blend we were given the opportunity to ask some questions about the development and creative process behind the music of the upcoming Tomb Raider. Composer Jason Graves was nice enough to answer some of the long-winded questions, and some of his answers are rather surprising, especially in regards to the blank check of creativity he was offered when scoring the music to the game.
one thing I found interesting about the latest promo video for Tomb Raider is the gunplay, more specifically, throughout all the QTE-esque thrills and faceless-enemy frills, the one thing that stood out the most was the shotgun...yes, the shotgun.
There was a fear from many gamers that the announcement of multiplayer for Tomb Raider by Eidos/Square Enix/Crystal Dynamics would result in something less than satisfactory and perhaps would translate to a tacked-on addition to the game in order to squeeze out more money from gamers. Well, one preview video seems to indicate that the current state of the multiplayer completely points in the direction of being tacked-on.
Eidos is looking for a few good folk to fill out their ranks for the next iteration of Thief, as well as a few good folk for an unannounced title, presumably set for release on next generation consoles. The positions include a senior writer for the unannounced game and a game writer for the upcoming Thief.
Could Just Cause 3 have an open-world, massive multiplayer mode just like the Just Cause 2 MP mod designed by the community? Well, who knows. Founder of Avalanche Studios, Christofer Sundberg, talks briefly about the JC2MP mod as well as how it ties into the Just Cause franchise.