Archive for the ‘Sony/PlayStation’ Category

Another fantastic Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has come to an end. Although new consoles were absent from all developers, the entire show was dedicated to the newest games and hardware coming in the next year.  It was refreshing to see creative ideas from each conference, with innovative spins on classic games combining with the rise of attention to new independent games.  Dozens of new titles were showcased, but here are some of our favorites:

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Looking back at PAX East 2014, our favorite gaming experience was none other than Evolve, published by 2K Games and Turtle Rock Studios.  For those at the convention, you probably saw the impressive demo station with the to-scale Monster towering over the crowds (pictured below).  We were happy to see that the setup did not yield a let down, but rather, an original gaming experience that will change online gaming on PS4, XBox One, and PC in Fall 2014.

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Award winning games developer, Telltale Games, recently released the second installment, “A House Divided”, of its second season of The Walking Dead Game this Tuesday, March 4th. This episode contains almost all that you could want as a Walking Dead fan, explosive action, scintillating dialogue, gut-wrenching suspense and guess what you get to control how each facet of the episode plays out.

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Are you an experienced  journalist that has always wanted to write for IGN?  Well, now is your chance to submit your application to become a freelance journalist in the video game industry!

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Kingdom Hearts Timeline

Kingdom Hearts Timeline

One of the most popular problems amongst the Kingdom Hearts franchise results in many gamers having no idea how the order of the series works.  With prequels and sequels releasing out of order and bizarre titles with words like “Re:” and “Final Mix +”, it is no surprise that this series could use an explanation.  This article is an update on one of Game&Comic’s first posts, but will also tie off a lot of loose ends:

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After only a few days of waiting, Ubisoft released the reveal trailer for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. We actually knew this was coming, since Ubisoft was basically forced to announce the game’s existence after multiple leaks. Nonetheless, it’s exciting to see the trailer, which you can watch below.

According to IGN, Ubisoft has just confirmed that Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is real. This confirms the rumors that have been swirling around, and it confirms the image that was leaked on Tuesday.

Specifics haven’t been announced, but the official announcement will take place on March 4, when we will likely get a better grasp on the story (and maybe even which consoles, too). Stay tuned for more information on Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.