Showing monthly archives for: February 2013

The Issue With DmC’s Vergil


I had a lot of problems with the story in DmC: Devil May Cry, but none so poignant or heartfelt as my problem with Vergil. His voice-acting was good, he looked so similarly dissimilar to Dante that it really did seem like the two were twins, yet, by attempting to provide further flesh and depth to the character, Ninja Theory threw out the balance that the original essence behind Devil May Cry had managed to build. Read More »

Crysis 3 Review


When I stepped from a dingy holding cell into the New York City Nanodome, my jaw just about hit the floor. A few hours later, deeper into my journey, I began to grow accustomed to my surroundings and thought: ‘No graphical trickery or forced majesty will get the better of me again. I’ve seen it all.’ I was wrong. That is the power of Crysis 3. Read More »

Tomb Raider Review

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For the longest time, I was unsure how I felt about Tomb Raider. Here was a game so clearly trying to mirror the execution of an Uncharted game, yet failing to succeed in the task. Then, as I delved deeper and deeper, it became strikingly apparent that Crystal Dynamics wasn’t attempting to walk in Naughty Dog’s shadows so much as cast a brand new one. But is that even possible? Read More »

Not Enough AAA Games Have Strong Emotion: An Interview With Brian Horton

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With just over a week to go, Tomb Raider’s release is drawing ever nearer. The reboot for Miss Croft has certainly garnered its share of attention and rightly so – looking like one of 2013’s premier action titles. While you patiently wait to get your grubby little hands on the game, though, check out our sit-down conversation with Brian Horton: Senior Art Director at Crystal Dynamics. Read More »

PlayStation 4: Everything You Need to Know


After all the leaks, rumours and speculation, Sony’s PlayStation 4 has finally been announced. Kaz Hirai wasn’t there, but a handful of developers and key personnel from Sony took the stage in New York today and dropped bombs of information regarding Sony’s next flagship console. If you happened to miss the PlayStation Live event, we’ve got you sorted. Read More »

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