Originally planned for a 2014 release, free-running zombie apocalypse game Dying Light is now being aimed at a February release next year. A post on the game's official site says that developer Techland is taking more time to make Dying Light live up to their expectations. Trailer within.
I know what you're thinking: the Arkhams, the Lego ones, plus a couple of bad film and cartoon tie ins. Here's a video showing all 41 - every single title from the first 1986 Spectrum game right up to the present day.
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.
From a rocky start to now, with over 5 million units sold, the Xbox One seems to have found its footing. Next stop, Japan. But how will Microsoft's black monolithic hope fare in a market where its predecessors haven't exactly enjoyed the lion's share?
Whatever you think of Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes it's still a 20 minute demo, no matter how many times you replay it. Konami's just announced financial report could go some of the way to explaining why it slapped a tutorial in a box and tried to charged full price.
Of course there are going to be new Titanfalls. It's not like the first didn't sell well and EA do like a sequel. In a recent investor call MP1st reports a "new publishing deal" has been announced with Respawn that would "bring new Titanfall experiences to players worldwide". But on what?