I'm sure there are groups of people who never enjoyed first-person shooters to begin with, or only liked one specific series. I'm talking in general: is the gaming public tired of games that involve shooting? Are we about to transition towards something a little different?
Last month I spent a day at Insomniac's headquarters playing its Xbox One-exclusive Sunset Overdrive and talking with members of the team. What I experienced was a studio that's indulging in a project that feels comfortable and in which it has a supreme amount of confidence.
A statement from Nintendo America has been issued regarding the Miiquality campaign to introduce same sex relationships to Tomodachi Life. "No", is the short answer although the company has "thoughtfully considered the responses".
Anyone who's played Outlast knows Chris Walker as the big angry man who says 'Little Pig' and pulls limbs off. So: not nice. But what does it take to create a perfect monster? Here's Red Barrels' character modeller Marc-Antoine Senecal to explain.
If you thought the second Black Ops game took some technical liberties, hoo boy. This one is going full-blown science-fiction. Note that the game doesn't just star the vocal talents of Kevin Spacey; the guy is literally in the game