Xbox One may be available in a second color starting this fall. Sunset Overdrive developer Imsomniac Games indicated that a new model of their console could be bundled with the open-world title.
The opening cinematic is a two-minute rundown of how the world ended up in the apocalypse, according to the game's lore, and how players had to adopt a bombastic way of surviving in a very bright and dangerous world.
Insomniac Games released a new gameplay video for Xbox One exclusive Sunset Overdrive this afternoon. The video has some fun at the expense of fellow open-world game Assassin's Creed Unity.
The apocalypse should be fun, according to Sunset Overdrive Creative Director Marcus Smith and Game Director Drew Murray, and it looks like this latest offering from Insomniac Games aims to deliver on that very premise.
Insomniac Games' over-the-shoulder shooter, Sunset Overdrive, changes up the typical viral outbreak into something a little more colorful. It’s the year 2027, and an energy drink called Overcharge Delirium XT rushes its way through FDA regulations just in time to turn everyone in Sunset City into bright orange mutants.
Despite how the game looks and despite the fact that it is an exclusive for the Xbox One, Insomniac's eighth-gen debut won't be running at native 1080p or 60 frames per second.
If you're searching for a reason to buy an Xbox One, Sunset Overdrive could be it. Insomniac Games showed off an impressive trailer of the Xbox One exclusive during E3 today.
Well, a pre-megaton dropped for Sunset Overdrive, the cartoony, open-world action game from Insomniac Games that will apparently feature up to eight players being able to get down and dirty in the game's open world with co-op hijinks to elevate the fun-factors to unforeseen heights.
The very first gameplay trailer for Sunset Overdrive for the Xbox One has gone live. What do we get? A game that looks to combine Jet Set Radio, Jumping Flash and Dead Rising into one crazy, over-the-top explosion of hilarity and ridiculousness.
Ratchet and his ever-wise-cracking mechanical compatriot, Clank, are all set to go on their next big adventure as Insomniac Games announces Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus is heading to PlayStation 3 on November 12th.
T.J. Fixman, writer for the Resistance and Ratchet and Clank series, has revealed that he's leaving Insomniac Games after seven years with the developer.
The PlayStation 4 might be on the horizon, but that doesn't mean there isn't still time for two of Sony's biggest heroes to get in one more adventure on the current generation console. Insomniac Games has officially announced Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus, headed our way this holiday season for the PlayStation 3.
Fuse, the upcoming supercharged four-player, third-person shooter from Insomniac, is headed our way on May 28. You won’t have to wait much longer to take the elite operatives of Overstrike 9 for a test drive, however, as it has now been announced that a demo is hitting PSN and Xbox Live next week.
Fuse, the co-op first-person shooter from the folks at Insomniac Games, finally has a date pinned down for those who have been looking forward to unleashing elemental abilities and buckets of bullets with friends in tow. You can expect to dive into Fuse on May 28 in the U.S. and May 31 in Europe.
Game design has become a very complex, massive production cycle for a lot of artists and designers. Well, Ted Price, the head honcho over at Insomniac Games, the renown studio behind PS3 exclusives like Resistance: Fall of Man and Ratchet & Clank, as well as the upcoming Fuse, let loose some tidbits about resource management and being frugal with development funds for next-gen.