Sony are already having a good time this generation. Unlike last generation, they’ve got a head start – albeit measured in days and weeks, not months and years like Microsoft had last generation – and in the first day of the US launch, the Playstation 4 has sold through over one million units to customers.
Dragon’s Crown is this gaming generation’s Golden Axe. Danny checks out the limited edition art book in the video.
Lately, like many fellow game fanatics I have been hooked on Grand Theft Auto V. Every man and his dog knows about one of the three protagonists known as Trevor Philips. This character is hilariously funny with his antics but on a whim he becomes ultra disturbing. This got me thinking of what I think are the most disturbing video game characters.
As part of the Game-Modo team, Travis is of the opinion that the PS Vita TV could stand to receive some improvements before making its way to the west. Do you have any suggestions before or if the PS Vita TV launches in the west?
Oh not backwards compatibility talk again, well this is something that should be getting more talk and for good reason. We live in an age where new consoles should be able to play previous generation games. Come check out why being able to play previous generation games is important and what some console makers are doing about this.
What the heck is all this about then? Whilst stumbling through the vast void that is the internet, looking for juicy bits of PS Vita TV information I came across something that startled me. What is it that startled me I hear you asking? Well it was some people saying the PS Vita TV should not launch in the west, and their reasoning for this slightly baffles me.
The Nintendo 3DS XL and the PlayStation Vita are both great portable gaming systems. As someone who has deployed in the US military with a Nintendo DS one time, and with a Sony PSP for another, I can attest to the how much fun can be had with either a portable Nintendo or Sony device during downtime overseas.
E3 2013 had a huge lineup of games but some seemed to float under the radar. Check out some of the overlooked games at E3 2O13
Velocity, a PlayStation mini – has been remade for the PS Vita as Velocity Ultra. The game is now available in Europe, and those of us in the US are waiting for our shot. Game-Modo spoke with James Marsden, Managing Director at Futurlab, to learn more about the game.
Guacamelee, for those who haven’t heard of the game, is an upcoming “Metroidvania brawler” for the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. We recently asked Chris McQuinn at Drinkbox Studios a few questions about this stunning game.