An age classification listing appears to have announced the existence of a new entry in the Uncharted series. We know for definite that it's called 'Uncharted: Fight for Freedom'. But there are more clues too...
CliffyB says Epic Games has no current plans to return to the first-person shooter franchise he co-created, but would love to see open-world exploration in its future...
Still not got a Vita? Then why not check out this launch guide on the Apple Newsstand, brought to you from the makers of Official PlayStation Magazine UK, PSM3 and Gamesmaster? It'll show you everything you need to know, and it's on special offer this Easter weekend too.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim scored
another Game of the Year nod, this time at the Game Developers
Choice Awards during last night's ceremony in San Francisco. Portal
2, Uncharted 3, and Bastion also added a trophies to their
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was the big
winner at last night's Interactive Achievement Awards (IAAs) in Las
Vegas, scoring a total of five top honors including the coveted Game
of the Year title. Rest assured, the likes of Portal 2, Uncharted 3,
and Super Mario 3D Land were also shown some industry love...
Witchcraft. Seriously, just witchcraft. I've been playing games for decades now, and I've got a pretty good grasp of technology and development techniques, yet still the occult is the only explanation I have for what Epic Games and Chair Entertainment are pulling off with the recently unveiled iPhone version of the Unreal Engine 3.
You've probably already read mine and Justin's ebullient geek-out over the Gears of War dev's Epic Citadel tech demo. If you haven't, click here. In short, Xbox 360 in your pocket. But now, via an iPhone 4 promo video, the first tiny snatch of footage from the game proper has appeared. And that means you should probably click here too.
What do you want from the next generation of consoles? Pixar-quality graphics? Ultra-capacity Blu-ray as standard? Immense game worlds with procedurally-generated everything, to create a sense of lifelike interaction like never before? Or how about a beefed-up tablet computer that'll make you look like a twat in the pub for the few brief moments it survives before being smashed, covered in booze, or converted it into heroin by local scallies via the transformative medium of theft?
Epic's Mark Rein is swinging towards the latter. Click on for his arguments, then tell me what you think.