Brownie points to Destructoid, who caught up with a man called Ken — Sonic’s brand manager, and rightly so, judging by his enthusiasm in this interview. More »
I don’t have my finger on the pulse of what’s going on at Sega Japan like I once did, which made this morning’s news that a new version of Virtua Fighter is coming to Xbox Live and PSN a very welcome surprise. More »
With over 25 years in the platforming business and still going strong, Nintendo’s endearingly rotund little plumber returns for another koopa-stomping, coin-collecting, 3D platforming adventure in Super Mario 3D Land for the Nintendo 3DS.
It’s been over three years since Grand Theft Auto IV was released, and as yet, there’s been no word from Rockstar Games on when the next instalment is due. Rockstar’s Dan Houser confirmed to The Times in 2009 that a new GTA will be made, and given that almost two years have passed since then, the game is likely well into development. Here I provide a rundown of everything we know about the game so far. The information is based on a mixture of fact and intelligent guesswork. More »
Being of Norwegian heritage, I can personally say that Skyrim does a fantastic job at recreating my everyday duties. I wear helmets, use magic, sword fight, and slay dragons. And it’s hard to believe anything can be grander than The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, but as I learned at E3 this year, a challenger approaches… More »
Tomonobu Itagaki made quite an impact with Ninja Gaiden on the original Xbox, pushing gamers beyond their limits. Now Ryu Hayabusa returns without Itagaki at the helm, will his third modern outing retain the series’ famous difficulty – and more importantly, will it be any good? I got some hands-on time with Ninja Gaiden 3 to find out. More »