We caught our first look at Sucker Punch's InFamous 2 during Sony's E3 presentation yesterday. But while it's all well and good seeing it projected onto a massive screen, you want to see it pixel for pixel, right? Well, now you can - it's right here, right now.
We've known it was coming for a while now, having heard endless rumors about it through unofficial (but reliable) channels. But just in case there was any doubt, InFamous 2 has been officially confirmed as real, thanks to the cover of the upcoming July issue of Game Informer. The teaser story linked above also offers up a few details about the game ahead of its 10-page preview...
Want to know what it feels like to fly a physics-defying exoskeleton? A project by Feng-GUI CEO, Rafael Mizrahi, and others, aims to do just that, and while their construction isn't a bleeding-edge, nano-engineered superweapon, it's a neat exploration of immersive digital experiences...
Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network are full of surprises. What started off as homes to endless UNO matches and Frogger ports now boast some of the most unique, challenging and unapologetically artistic games of this generation… experiences like Braid, Flower, Everyday Shooter and the upcoming Limbo.
Here's another game I'm hoping will be added to that list – the awesomely titled but even more awesomely animated Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, confirmed today for release on XBLA. Watch the trailer and see more screens inside.
The original Iron Man movie game was pants... and not the good superhero spandex kind either. The good news is the sequel, which ties in with this summer’s megaton film, looks a bit better. Below you’ll find the first five bits of art work showing the titular tin man and War Machine (his new partner in criminal ass-kickery).
This morning we received a small selection of new, super-gloss Iron Man 2 screens. The shots illustrate some of the things you'd probably expect to do in Iron Man 2, like fly, and blow things up.
Some games are too wild to debut in one single magazine. That’s why the December issues of Official Xbox Magazine and PlayStation: The Official Magazine – on store shelves tomorrow, Oct 20 – are conspiring together to blow the lid off of the new third-person shooter Inversion, coming from publisher Namco Bandai and developer Saber Interactive, who also created TimeShift.
505 Games has confirmed that a demo of IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey will hit Xbox Live tomorrow.
"The IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey demo will give players a taste of two of the game's memorable conflict scenarios, The Battle of Britain and The Battle of the Bulge," says the blurb.
"Based around large-scale aerial combat over the ground-based military operations of World War II, variety is at the heart of the action in IL-2
Anyone who thinks all JRPGs are a slow slog through turn-based menus clearly hasn't been keeping up with Infinite Undiscovery. Okay, sure, the name doesn't make any sense and the heroes all have a bit of that typical JRPG emo look - but judging from these screens that our buddies at CVG plucked from the game's official site, there's no lack of action in this RPG.
Infinite Undiscovery is coming to US shelves