A new gameplay video of Alien Isolation features more than seven full minutes of gameplay. The video is expertly crafted to give gamers an inescapable idea of what Creative Assembly has in store with the game.
Alien Isolation popped up on the Xbox Marketplace today. The listing for The Creative Assembly's survival horror game includes the Xbox 360 box art along with several details and images.
Let the trolling begin... or continue. It depends on how you look at it. The trolling of Shenmue 3 has become a parody all its own and Sega is looking to keep it going by making hints about the threequel that's likely never to happen, by teasing them with the upcoming DLC for Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.
Today screenshots from the next-gen title Alien: Isolation were leaked to the Internet. These are the first in-game shots we've seen of the Creative Assembly project since it was first revealed.
Total War: Rome 2 will be getting its first expansion pack next week. Caesar in Gaul is a short, focused campaign set in Gaul as well as the south coast of Britannia.
Sonic Lost World on the 3DS is unlike any other Sonic game I’ve ever played before, which is both a good and a bad thing.
If you thought that red stuff that flies out of a 3D actor's body when they get hit with a sword or impaled with a spear was a common trait for the gameplay experience, think again. Creative Assembly has unleashed a new DLC pack for Total War: Rome II that enables blood and gore.
The dead have begun to rise and attack the bystanders. The world is in chaos. And the only thing stands between the shambling hordes and the extinction of man: You and your…keyboard? Sega has announced a special Halloween surprise for all you ghouls and goblins out there, a reincarnation of one of its most beloved off-the-wall games of all time, The Typing of the Dead: Overkill.
Well, Creative Assembly has heard the far cries of foul from gamers who pledged fealty to consumer justice, and the developers decided to set a path toward recourse via DLC. Hence, the road to retribution for Creative Assembly is paved with free content and lots of patches.
Gamers have been crying, moaning, whining, shouting and screaming a lot during the last half of the seventh generation of gaming, all with good reason. A lot of the AAA publishers have put it in their minds to rape the wallets of gamers with shoddy ports, shoddy releases, poor support and tactics so shady that John Gotti would have blushed with envy.
A 10 minute trailer was released for Sega's upcoming Yakuza game called Yakuza Ishin. The trailer features everything from the original reveal trailer from the Tokyo Game Show, along with a ton of stuff you probably did (and did not) expect to see. The one thing that will take everyone by surprise is the gospel tune that kicks in at the 6:30 mark.
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later right? When you screw gamers over and bleed them from the inside out, leaving a gaping hole of desperation, anger and shame staring back at everyone unfortunate enough to see the victimized core gamer bent over and ravaged on the ground, the only thing you can expect to come out of such a thing is an army of pitchforks and torches.
Sega has announced today that their remake of the classic side-scrolling platform game from the 16-bit Sega Genesis era has officially released today, becoming available right now for PlayStation Network users and hitting digital store shelves tomorrow, September 4th, for the Xbox 360's Live Arcade and on Steam for PC.
It's happened... it's finally happened. Hatsune Miku, the virtual singer that took the gaming world by storm and is rivaled in popularity only by My Little Pony, has made her way to the PlayStation 3 at a retailer near you and to the PlayStation Network.