Posts Tagged ‘ps4’
The first developer diary for Lords of the Fallen is out and the highlight is how to balance challenge and fun so as to avoid frustration. It’s a very delicate balance and a goal every developer must wrestle with on their own. I was actually pretty down on the game early on as a fan […]
2K released episode two of “The Making of WWE 2K15“. This behind-the-scenes look at the making of the upcoming wrestling title, WWE 2K15, features commentary from makers of the game and a lot of incite on the thoughts behind the development.
Here at The Game Fanatics, we don’t particularly like to dabble in unconfirmed, hearsay content but it’s hard to look the other way when we’re hearing words like, “Huge” and “Rage” and “Exclusive.” These are all buzzwords we’ve come to know very well but it doesn’t look like we’re going to have to wait very […]
Another month, another Sony victory in the console war and Microsoft’s attempts at cutting through with their free Destiny promotion proved futile.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity looks to be filled to the brim with interesting characters with ambiguous motives.
Kind of strange isn’t it? We’re barely a year into these new consoles and yet there are already a couple of games that have strayed from the spotlight.
Driveclub is a launch game that came out 11 months after its console released. It's also far worse than the other current-gen launch racers.
Alien: Isolation is a the first licensed Alien game worth owning. That’s not really saying much about it because the bar has been set so low, so let me assure you that Alien: Isolation is a great game.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is looking better than ever. The last Dragon Age game may have left a sour taste behind but it looks like in Inquisition we’ll be waging huge battles and leading armies which is exactly what we want out of an epic action RPG. The battle for the accursed land of Thedas begins on […]
What a delightful little gem Life is Strange turned out to be. It’s a game of choices and consequences much in the same vein as Heavy Rain or Beyond Two Souls. We were given a brief 30 minute off-hands demo presentation of Life is Strange and were left rather impressed.
Final Fantasy Type-0 originally came out as PSP title back in 2011 and ever since then, fans of the series have been clamoring for a western release. It’s finally going to happen as Final Fantasy Type-0 will come back in full HD worldwide in 2015, but will it be worth the wait?
The issue surrounding limited storage space is something that’s not new for Wii U owners, but it’s quickly becoming a concern for the digital download crowd on the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
If you were looking for DriveClub‘s PS Plus Edition and couldn’t find it yesterday, you’re not going crazy. You’re also not alone; many others were reporting the same problem.