Fresh off developing the Bruce Willis-powered PlayStation game Apocalypse, developer Neversoft used the pre-built Willis model as the first rider in the prototype for Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. That's just one of many fun facts in Did You Know Gaming?'s look at the king of skateboarding games.
Even Sony admit H1Z1's a lot like DayZ. Now you can see how similar the two are with 50 minutes of PS4 gameplay. As well as showing exploration, combat and vehicles in action, at one point the devs stop to build a shed with the crafting system. It's a good shed.
Some recent games like to take aspects from retro classics and make them their own. This is not a bad thing when it's done correctly. Pop in and watch us play Wayward Souls, the perfect example of doing this the right way
This new Japanese commercial for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is absolutely ridiculous. Thirty seconds of creepy horror movie singing followed by another 30 seconds of Final Fantasy nostalgia tripping. I love it.
Unlike most replicas of the Pip-Boy 3000, the indispensable gadget of Fallout 3 and New Vegas, the one designed by Ashley Hennefer and her team has an actual, working geiger counter, real-time mapping and some other pretty cool sensors, all in glorious post-apocalyptic Fallout style.
Greg "IdrA" Fields, one of the most controversial players of the StarCraft II scene, might no longer play as a pro, but as you can see he's still around. He sat down with IGN and showed how to play properly with Tychus, one of the best DPS characters in Blizzard's upcoming MOBA, Heroes of the Storm.
This short film imagines a world where light guns are actual working lasers. Cue the sort of rolling-around-in-the-street gun fights that made up chunks of my childhood, only this time with much better special effects.