Historically, December hasn’t been a very exciting month for video game releases or gaming news, but Sony decided to change that over the weekend with the first annual PlayStation Experience. Held in Las Vegas, Sony’s fan event not only let gamers and press go hands on with new demos on PS3, PS4 and PS Vita, but gave developers the opportunity to announce games and show off trailers as well. More →
There are few PlayStation exclusives that stir up as much excitement as Uncharted. Each entry has been more bombastic than the last, pushing the PS3 to its limits as the last console generation wrapped up. Now Naughty Dog is back with Uncharted 4, another visually remarkable game which will debut on the PS4 next year. More →
Buying a new console (or receiving one as a gift) was only half the battle. Now you have to kit it out with all the best accessories. Thankfully, we’ve already done the job for you. This week, we combed through the dozens of accessories for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in order to find the items you’ll need. More →
According to reliable information obtained by Kotaku, the next entry in the Assassin’s Creed series will be set in London’s Victorian era and is currently in development at Ubisoft’s Quebec studio. Assassin’s Creed Victory, as it is currently known, will release next fall exclusively for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. More →
The most anticipated remaster of the year, Grand Theft Auto V on PS4 and Xbox One, has finally arrived. We’ve already covered the single best reason to double dip on this 2013 best-seller, but even if first-person mode isn’t your cup of tea, it’s hard to deny that Rockstar Games has done an incredible job updating GTA V for the new generation. More →
Asher Vollmer, the developer of popular iPhone puzzle game Threes, has a new challenge in mind for gamers, and this time around he’s going after a different kind of gaming experience on a different platform. Vollmer’s Close Castles is a new real-time strategy game that’s going to be available on PlayStation 4, according to a post written on the PlayStation blog by the developer. More →
With 2014 coming to a close, Sony has one last chance to make a splash with its monthly Instant Game Collection. After loading up on indie games in November, the collection has shifted into triple-A territory for December, bringing a few huge games to the home consoles. Read on to find out which games you’ll be picking up for free starting today. More →
Sony has published a new PlayStation 4 ad on its European PlayStation channel, but pulled it rather fast (technically, the ad is listed as private) after realizing the commercial can be perceived as quite offensive to a certain group of gamers. The ad — which is still available on YouTube, as it has been quickly reposted by others — features an attractive female doctor who seems to suggest the viewer has been “furiously masturbating,” as Business Insider puts it. More →
Half a dozen of the biggest games of the year are launching this week, but they’ll have to compete with one of the best-selling games of 2013. Grand Theft Auto V for PS4 and Xbox One hit store shelves on Tuesday, which means that gamers the world over want to know which version is worth spending their money on.
Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry is here to help.
Destiny has been a big success so far, at least when it comes to overall sales, but that doesn’t mean Bungie is happy with the number of copies it has sold to date. The company is now letting curious players who aren’t sure whether they should spend $60 on Destiny try the game free of charge. Even more interesting, the free trial includes the option for gamers to save their progress and continue the game from where they left off as soon as they purchase the full game. More →
There are sure to be plenty of great gaming deals over the holidays, but not even the best of Black Friday is going to be able to compete with this ridiculous scam. Earlier this month, Walmart announced that it would match the prices of certain online retailers, including Amazon.
“We’re committed to providing low prices every day, on everything,” Walmart says on its website. “So if you find a current lower online price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we’ll match it.”