I expected a few things going into my demo of Middle-Earth: Shadows of Mordor. I didn’t expect for Mordor to be so… pleasant looking.
Today, Paradox Interactive gave me the opportunity to get hands on with Magicka 2.
As I’ve said in a previous article these last few days, I’m relatively new to the Borderlands franchise.
Mortal Kombat X is looking bloody fantastic.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting with Ubisoft representatives and getting a private demo of both Assassin’s Creed: Unity and Assassin’s Creed: Rogue.
From Software’s next title, Bloodborne, has a lot of people excited.
At PAX Prime 2014, The Game Fanatics got hands on with Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer and it left a lot to be desired.
One of the first large games we’ve gotten to take a look at was Xaviant’s new “first person caster” Lichdom: Battlemage.
I stopped by the Double Fine booth this morning to check out their title Massive Chalice and was lucky enough to catch up with Brad Muir, the development lead, and get a description of the game from the man himself.
For those that don’t know, PAX opens at 10 am for general registration. The doors are open to media personnel at 9 am, giving us an hour to scope out new titles before the masses start to swarm.
Every year, at events like PAX Prime in Seattle, developers showcase the latest trailers and demos for their hot new titles. This year, we’re eagerly awaiting news for these great looking titles:
On April 27 2012, PlayStation All-Stars was officially announced and shown to the world on an episode of GTTV.