The New Xbox One Elite Controller has reportedly been leaked.
It appears that Crash Bandicoot might be coming to Xbox One.
Rumours suggest that L.A. Noir may be getting a remaster and that it will be VR compatible.
For nearly 10 years, Gran Turismo has featured fun and accurate racing game experiences, with some some arcade style events into the mix. Unfortunately, this may be a thing of the past.
As revealed at a London-based Gran Turismo event (reported by GT Planet), the upcoming addition to the franchise, GT Sport, will feature a campaign mode with 177 events. However, fans have been shocked to see that these events are more or less a big tutorial, and events such as “Sunday Cup” have been omitted.
The other two modes that were previously announced, “Arcade Mode” and “Sports Mode” were also detailed at this event. However, these two modes were revealed to be pretty standard for the series. Arcade Mode seems to be a traditional “quick race,” whereas Sports Mode is the online component of the game.
Also recently announced, GT Sport will no longer feature dynamic time and weather during a race. Instead, weather and time events will be chosen before the race in order to “raise the frame-rate and quality of the image,” according to Kazunori Yamauchi, producer of the series.
According to a poll on GT Planet, a majority of users on the site are not happy with the decision to exclude the traditional “campaign” mode series fans have grown to love. In fact, 45% of voters do not even want to buy GT Sport.
What this means for the future development of GT Sport remains uncertain, but fans are hoping that their hunches are wrong.
It’s nearly a month until E3, but it looks like all the cats are out of Sony’s bag for their press conference.
A source has apparently leaked all of Sony’s announcements for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.
Some of the supposed announcements include a trailer and announcement for God of War 4, a 3 minute Uncharted 4 presentation that shows Nathan/Francis gameplay, and a new MediaMolecule title.
All of the titles and descriptions can be read here.
Again, this is just a rumour, but the legitimacy of it seems pretty good (well, except for The Last Guardian actually coming out) considering the site that broke this is a pretty well respected mostly PlayStation site.
A developer’s LinkedIn profile indicates that Wet 2 has been cancelled.
Someone familiar with the game has revealed pretty much everything you’d want to know about the upcoming sequel.
It may not be long before the rest of us are able to reclaim our PSN accounts.
Remedy is working on the next Alan Wake and says that the new project is neither DLC nor a sequel.
A NeoGAF user gives us an early look at the next issue of Game Informer.
The Disney Interactive subsidiary will soon experience a drastic “reduction of its workforce.”