Category Archives: PS3
Ghosts Are Real, Apparently.
At Microsoft’s announcement of the Xbox One today, Activision was the only other developer, besides EA, to showcase its next-gen Call of Duty; Ghost along with its new engine.
This new world looks amazing, and it’ll be turned up more so with Stephen Gaghan, of “Traffic” and “Syriana” fame, who will scribe this new emotional story.
More details will be released at E3. It’ll release on November 5 2013, apparently for (almost) every platform known to man. Look for it on Xbox One, 360, PlayStation 4, PS3, and PC. There will be exclusive content for the Xbox One and DLC will remain “timed exclusive” to the Xbox and Xbox LIVE.
Source: Xbox via YouTube
Follow Edward Kenway in the Latest Assassin’s Creed IV Trailer
In the latest trailer we catch a glimpse of the Assassin’s Creed IV world, with an angry narration by its lead, Edward Kenway.
Watch as he stalks his foes, seeking vengeance as he sails the Caribbean with his crew of pirates. There may even be some bumping into some historical figures.
Gran Turismso 6 Trailer…Shiny!
The Silverstone Circuit hosted Sony’s famed Polyphony and unveiled to the world Gran Turismo 6, Concept Trailer, for the PlayStation 3. This is a peek into what I may lose hours of sleep to this holiday:
Is Gran Turismo 6 Coming?
This month will be something special. Several things in the game industry will be unveiled, of which Gran Turismo 6 could be one.
Later this month, on May 21 at England’s Silverstone Circuit, Polyphony will host a celebratory event for its 15 year anniversary… Along with ”exciting announcements” regarding the future of the Gran Turismo series. Silverstone DLC or a new Prius?
All I know it’s going to be big, judging from the video. And if it is GT6 then it’ll fit in perfectly to the rule of thumb for buying new cars; never buy the first year of a new model *cough*GT5*cough*.
source: PlayStation via YouTube
FUSE – Fable’s Vision Trailer Looks Like Gears of War Lite
Check out the trailer from Insomniac Games for FUSE – Fable’s Vision:
Ever wonder what Gears of War would be if it were on diet, doing cardio and an actual colour palette?
Yes? Good, because Insomniac has released the trailer for Fuse: Fable’s Vision. No longer are they clinging to Sony’s hand, but onto EA’s. But at least it’s on the Xbox 360, as well as the PS3. Fuse: Fable’s Vision will be out this May 28th.
Three Mini-Trailers Featuring the Characters of Grand Theft Auto V
This week Rockstar let slip that they won’t be attending E3, again with their upcoming release Grand Theft Auto V. They did instead share with the world three new trailers, showcasing the three lead protagonist; Michael, Franklin, and Trevor.
Beyond Two Souls Trailer Released – We Give It Two Thumbs Up!
Over the weekend QuanticDream unveiled a new Beyond Two Souls trailer and gameplay footage (after the jump) at the Tribeca Film Festival, in New York.
The Last of Us Runs on Ancient Technology. God It’s Beautiful.
Naughty Dog is one of my favorite developers. Their Uncharted games alone make the PS3 worth owning, and anyone who’s ever played their titles knows the truth is that they always manage to pull off far more than the hardware has any right producing. That’s a trend that seems set to continue with their new, upcoming IP The Last of Us, a Walking Dead-like vehicle about the last scraps of humankind trying to survive after what appears to be (yet another) zombie apocalypse. And while I’m personally getting a little tired of zombies, I can already tell you that I’ll be overlooking that prejudice so I can play this game when it comes out.
Just looking over these gameplay trailers from The Last of Us is enough to make a guy wonder whether we need a PS4 or Xbox 420 at all. Oh, sure, the specs of those new systems, for real in the case of PS4, for rumor in the case of Xbox 420, seem awfully drool-worthy, and no doubt the games will be jaw dropping and have fabulously smooth frame rates, but c’mon–how can you not look at a game like this, running on hardware whose design process started more than a decade ago and which released to the public 7 years ago, and not be just amazed at its incredible beauty? Everything about it is phenomenal, from the lighting and texturing to the detailed animation and lush (or filthy, depending on the scene) beauty of everything you see. I’m smitten. Smutten. Smoted. Whatever it is, I’m all over it
With games like this possible on tech as old as PS3′s, I really can’t say I have any worries about the graphical capabilities of any next-gen console, even Wii U. If they can do this much inside of 256MB of RAM and 256MB of video memory, just imagine what’s possible when they’ve got 1, 2 or even 8GB of RAM to work with. Crazy, man. The Last of Us is gonna make you wonder why you need a PS4 at all.
Go on, take a look. You know you want to.