Videogames are designed to transport the player to the days of their youth; a place where anything was possible and joy was to be found around every corner. The term ‘mature’ implies a life led by adults; one filled with tough decisions, stress and hard work. Can a videogame be tough, yet playful? Can it elicit joy, whilst simultaneously causing the player emotional turmoil? How on earth can a game be fun and mature?
From Screen Rant: The first official images for Resident Evil: Afterlife have premiered online and if you’re a fan of the franchise, you’ll be excited to see what they depict. If you’re a fan of the Resident Evil games, you have no doubt played Resident Evil 5, the best selling title of the franchise. The […]
The fine folks over at PlayStation University have picked up on a NeoGAF forum poster’s unofficial disclosure regarding the PlayStation Motion Controller’s button-layout. We all know that Sony’s Motion Controller has undergone something of a face-lift since it first debuted at last year’s E3. We also know that Capcom modified the Resident Evil 5 input […]
It’s a big week for PlayStation gamers with a couple of high-profile retail titles as well as some great DLC content through the PSN. By now most of our readers are aware of Heavy Rain‘s impending release this Tuesday. There’s a lot of hype surrounding the game but no matter where you might fall in […]
If you recently became an owner of the Xbox 360 or you are the frugal type, you are in luck. Best Buy is offering a sale that includes some of greatest games to hit this generation. When you buy two Xbox 360 Platinum Hits titles, you will get a third title of equal or lesser […]