Category Archives: Previews
The virtual reality race is about the kick off next year and we got our hands on the HTC Vive during the Paris Games Week. The Vive isn’t just a copy of other VR systems such as Oculus or PlayStationVR but really brings some innovating stuff to the table. We entered a little dark room in real life but entered several unbelievable virtual ‘rooms’ thanks to the HTC Vive. Let’s tell you why we’re excited for it!
We played some Gears of War: Ultimate Edition on Xbox One and talk about this remaster in our special preview.
The video comes with some impressive direct feed footage as well.
Cities Skylines is doing very well. With good sales, amazing reception and a great modding community It doesn’t seem like Cities Skylines is stopping the hype-train for anything or anybody.
The mandate is a crazy ambitious game. Developer Perihelion Interactive takes inspiration from Tv series like Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica and Firefly. It wants to do a lot of creative and interesting stuff and the way things are going they will more than deliver on that promise.
You want to continue playing Baldur’s Gate? Love a deep and smart RPG? Well Pillars Of Eternity is certainly worth picking up.
You know you’re going to have a good time when you enter a small press room hosted by CyberConnect2 CEO Hiroshi Matsuyama, fully dressed up as a Nine Tails Sage State Naruto. This was exactly what happened to us during the special hands-off presentation of Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. The cosplay was great but the game looked even better.
Everyone has an oppinion including me. Only difference is that I work for a site and have a mike so suck it.
Mad Max went missing for years but this year he finally returned to our world. With the release of the new and successful movie, there’s no doubt about it; Mad Max still kicks ass. Warner Brothers is currently developing the Mad Max game and before your start worrying, there’s no real connection to the movie at all. The Mad Max game goes its own way but still needs some work in order to become as good as the movie.