Yes, it's a nose. But look at the pores. This is supposed to be an "actual in-game character". At least it looks like a more next-gen effort after Ghosts' 'new' engine turned out to be the old one with bits bolted on.
Poor Octodad. He's just trying to do his best. He wants to be a good father to his kids and a loving husband to his wife. But when you're a man-sized octopus masquerading as a human, things rarely go as planned.
Hatsune Miku is perhaps the most popular virtual idol in the world; so it's not surprising that a new iteration of Project Diva was recently released in Japan. And while Project Diva F 2nd isn't vastly different from its predecessors, it is a welcome addition for anyone who enjoys music games.
Having played Wolfenstein: The New Order it's definitely got something of an old school shooter feel about it. Mainly thanks to the loud guns and cavalier attitude to sensible plotting that captures some of the original's silliness. Here's Bethesda streaming the opening half hour.
Dating sims are the best tool I know of for expanding your Japanese ability. This dating sim, designed for girls, is a school life simulator where you improve your stats via school life activities, meeting various boys, and attempting to woo them in the three years before you graduate.
Here's the first trailer for GRID Autosport, the next installment in Codemasters' racing series. You can read all about the game's features in the blog post accompanying the trailer (including how Autosport has not one, but two in-car camera views). Lands on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on June 27.
While not technically a member of the studio, Tosh Stashwick was the only named cast member of Uncharted 4. Now he's apparently been recast, joining Amy Hennig, Justin Richmond and Nate Wells as a member of the 'not a Dog anymore' club.
Nate Wells, art director on The Last Of Us, has left the studio. He follows other high profile departures including the Uncharted series' creative director and writer Amy Hennig, and Uncharted 4 director Justin Richmond.
The 13 year-old video game console ban was "lifted" late last year with the creation of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone. Since then, there have been revisions to the regulations on how the FTZ will be governed. Today, People's Daily reports that the regulations are now set and game consoles are okay for sale in China.