At EGX London 2014 I had the privilege to talk to Slightly Mad Studios, the guys behind upcoming racing simulator Project CARS.
Whether I want a Wii U or not changes on a daily basis. At the end of the day, a console is judged on its library of games and so far there just hasn’t been enough for me on the Wii. I’m not that excited by Mario, never tried Zelda (I know I know, I should) and of course I realise there are plenty of other absolute gems but these are the Nintendo staples, the ones that have helped consoles generat...[Read More]
I missed out on the first 2 instalments of The Witcher being a PlayStation owner but the third one will be multi-platform. I heard good things about the series and as details and trailers started coming out, I started getting excited and what better place to see the game in action played by the developer than EGX.
As soon as I was allowed into Earls Court, I made a bee-line for the Alien: Isolation booth. With the game coming out so soon, I’ve been obsessing over it. You must have also noticed the hype-building mini-trailer series called #HOWWILLYOUSURVIVE taking over our home page, coincidentally that’s exactly what’s on show here – Survivor Mode, the purest form of Alien: Isolation...[Read More]
Project CARS is an upcoming racing sim from Slightly Mad Studios and it’s playable at EGX 2014 either on the Xbox One or PlayStation 4 or how the game should be played – on a racing simulator in front of three 4K screens!
Dying Light Lead Designer Maciej Binkowski will be showing off brand new gameplay at a developer session at EGX 2014.
We had a sit down with Danny Garfield of Puuba and chatted about his upcoming genre-mashing platformer, Concursion. Also contains some footage of the full game not yet seen by the general public.
From Dlala Studios comes a brawler with a difference, players can change the rules as they play therefore completely changing the dynamics and direction of combat. We had a quick chat with the developer.
Feeling wimpy? Let Spilt Milk Studios inject you with some 80’s macho-ness with their co-op shooter, Tango Fiesta. Check out the developer’s Tom Selleck mustache, you know you want it!
Gamer Attitude caught up with Mediatonic, the guys behind theatrical brawler Foul Play.
Aside from Alien: Isolation, the biggest queues were drawn by the Oculus Rift. We were fortunate enough to see Dream in action on the VR headset. Virtual Reality is currently on everyone’s lips thanks to Sony’s recent Project Morpheus announcement and Facebook’s surprise Oculus Rift acquisition but is it a fad or does it deserve our excitement?
We caught up with Dan Pearce at Rezzed and have a little chat about his new game, 10 Second Ninja.