I just came across bit of Beatles movie related news on Aint it Cool News. The man who gave us Goodfellas, Casino etc., Martin Scorsese is bring us a George Harrison documentry.
Ubisoft have just released a video of the Gamescom 2011 demo walk-through with commentary.
The video shows off a bit of the carriage chase sequence and offers up a glimpse of some of Ezio’s new combat moves and weapons.
Check it out below.
Gamescom 2011, Europe’s premier gaming event.
Yesterday Ubisoft hosted a roundtable discussion that asked the question “is online changing the way we create games. Check out the full video of the discussion below.
The European Gamescom 2011 expo is currently underway in Cologne, Germany.
The expo is a great opportunity for publishers to show off their tent-pole games that are being released in time for Christmas. I’m going to be adding trailers, videos and comments over the weekend as I come across them. I’m starting off with the incredible Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception demo and the trailer to Ezio Auditore’s final outing in Assassin’s Creed Revelations.
When writing game reviews there are things that you want to say that you just can’t.
As informal as a review is, some restraint is required, else it become simply a rant. That’s the origin of Vic B’Stard’s State of Play. Whilst Vic B’Stard (or more often VicBStard) has been my online handle for donkey’s years, my alter-ego was first given a voice on the Game Console pages of www.techday.com (where I now write the daily gaming news).
It’s a brave publisher that chooses to release their game up against the calibur of titles that’ll be turning up in stores over the coming months. It’s an even braver publisher that chooses to lead the charge.
The publisher is Square Enix and the game is Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It’s out on 25th August for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC, and it shoulds be first on your list of games to buy over the next few months.
Don’t take my word for it though, UK magazine PC Gamer has just awarded the game with a 94% review score, as has sister magazine Games Master. The UK Official Xbox 360 Magazine has given it fantastic 10/10 and the UK Official Playstation 3 Magazine a very reasonable 8/10.
It has been a busy week. The absence of a techday.com roundup last weekend means I’ve got two weeks worth of gaming news to summarise this time.
Why have I been so tardy? Well, it’s cramming time. As the seasonal deluge of games approaches, it’s time to get through all those great games that I never quite licked before the sequels arrive. I want to avoid another Fallout 3/New Vegas issue where the sequel just sits there, gathering dust because the last game wasn’t completed.
As a games reviewer you have to take the rough with the smooth. For every Call of Duty, there’s a Barbie game that wants reviewing. Sometimes reviewing a game that’s off the radar yields a surprisingly good gaming experience that may otherwise have been overlooked (I thought, to my shame, that Batman: Arkham Asylum was going to be a bit poo).
When I was asked to review Lips: Number One Hits, an eyebrow or two was raised. A karaoke game isn’t the usual fayre of a male gamer in his late thirties (as I was back then).