I'm looking forward for the upcoming release of Dead Rising 3. From what Leah and myself saw at E3, this game is set to reboot the zombie survival genre. The creative team at Capcom boasted a true open world experience with no loading time populated by a hoard of smarter and deadlier zombies. They encouraged improvisational gameplay: setting booby traps, distracting zombies with light and sound, using everything and anything as a weapon, crafting your own custom weapons, etc. etc. They fine-tuned the chaotic mayhem that is the Dead Rising experience and brought it up to a whole new level.
Executive Producer and Creative Lead Josh Bridges, Art Director Alan Javie and Producer Mike Jones present Dead Rising 3 in this cool featurette:
Set 10 years after the events of “Dead Rising 2,” “Dead Rising 3” takes place in the vast city of Los Perdidos amid a nationwide zombie outbreak ...
Anime North 2013: Chris Cason talks about how he got into the Voice Acting industry, what process he goes through to get into character and gives advice for any amateur voice actors looking to land their first role.
Cason entered the voice-acting world by auditioning for an unknown role in an Anime series. He would later find out that he landed the role of Shu in “Dragonball” and later Mr. Popo and Tien Shinhan in the wildly popular anime “Dragonball Z”.
He told us that while the television and movie industry are very open about upcoming projects, video game and anime projects are very hush hush. Though he couldn’t tell us what projects he was currently working on, he did tell us that he was very excited about them.
You can hear him as Face McShooty and Mal in "Borderlands 2" and Deputy Jimmy Blake in “The Walking Dead: Survival ...
Ubisoft released a new video presenting Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag massive open world. Game Director, Ashraf Ismail, takes you on a journey for a hidden treasure on a Caribbean island. Leah and I had the pleasure of experiencing this demo at E3 last June and now, everyone can finally gawk at the seamless open world for themselves thanks to the video below:
For more information on Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, visit assassinscreed.ubi.com
Today, Sony announced that players will be able to play their games on any console, including digital titles purchased through the Playstation Network. Neil Brown, Sony’s R&D senior team leader, explains how the background download and installation will enable players to enjoy their games instantly:
“You can visit your friends house you can log into your account and play any game from your digital library, which is good. But how useful is that if it takes half a day to download the game you want to play? With Play As You Download you get much quicker access to at least the first section of the game so you can start playing quicker. So this makes a digital library a practical option in the real world.”
He also explained how the Playstation 4 utilises a similar process with physical disc copies of games:
“A similar system also works on Blu-ray, chunks ...
Looking for some gaming on the go for your Summer travels? Well, Eidos Montreal has a suggestion for you.
Developed by Square Enix’s Mobile division in Europe, in collaboration with the original Deus Ex: Human Revolution® team at Eidos-Montréal and N-Fusion, Deus Ex: The Fall is a full story driven action-RPG and the first Deus Ex in the series to be developed for and released on mobile and tablet devices.
Square Enix originally teased Deus Ex: The Fall at E3 which won seven awards for "Best Mobile/iOS Game" at the convention. The game will be available through the App Store for $6.99 as of July 11th and will be compatible with iPad 2 and above, iPhone 4S and above, and iPod Touch 5 and above.
I personally enjoyed Deus Ex: Human Revolution and am looking forward to trying Deus Ex: The Fall. If mobile games aren't your thing, check out ...