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Insomniac Games has been on a roll lately with announcing their VR content, such as their upcoming brawler Feral Rites, and now they’ve released a new teaser for the third-person VR adventure game, Edge Of Nowhere.
Insomniac Games has released the first teaser for their upcoming brawling game, Feral Rites. The title is due to release this fall for virtual reality headsets in collaboration with Oculus. The brawler was teased with a short 45-second trailer that gives gamers a taste of the action.
If being a real-life wizard in the world of Harry Potter seems like a hopeless endeavor, Insomniac Games may have a very simple solution for you. They recently announced one of two of their Oculus Rift-exclusive games, The Unspoken, which will have you dueling with your magic.
As most of you may or may not know, the foundation of my video game career began with legendary platformers like Crash Bandicoot, Spyro The Dragon and Ratchet & Clank. These are the games I had spent hours pouring into, collecting Wumpa fruit or carefully jumping from platform to platform. But the reboot of Ratchet & Clank took that nostalgia I held so dearly and magnified it into the platformer I have been searching for in the last few years of game releases.
Insomniac Games, creator of famed series like Ratchet And Clank and Spyro The Dragon, announced today that they have been developing a new and slightly different game than they’ve worked on in the past. It’s an underwater exploration game called Song Of The Deep, and it's going to be a little different.
Ratchet and Clank has gone down in video game history as one of the most beloved platformer adventure games to hit PlayStation, right alongside Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot. Now, fans can pre-order the game ahead of its April launch and to celebrate, you can check out a brand new Ratchet and Clank trailer to help you wait.
Today Insomniac Games gave the world its first look at the new Ratchet and Clank for PS4. They've released a short trailer with gameplay footage from the Spring 2016 action platformer.
Looking for something to do this weekend? How about plow your way through Xbox One exclusive Sunset Overdrive, free of charge, for one day only? No, I’m serious. Insomniac’s brand new game, on your console, zero dollars, for 24 hours.
Some gamers thought that since the game was in beta and still had a few months to go before release that maybe Insomniac Games would boost up the resolution or frame-rate before release. Well, that's not going to happen.
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.