The scares continue in The Dark Pictures Anthology with the latest game in the series - Little Hope. In the upcoming installment of the anthology, four college students and their professor are trapped in the seemingly abandoned town of Little Hope, desperately trying to escape visions from the town’s terrible past that haunts them from the shadows. Play alone or with friends, face difficult choices that will shape your characters’ fates and unlock some of the hidden secrets that will help uncover the story of Little Hope. Discover bonus content that reveals details on the making of Little Hope, including behind the scene footage, interviews, and exclusive comic and art books. Curiosity and thorough exploration will also be rewarded by uncovering mysterious pictures across the journey that will show a possible future within the game. Use those premonitions wisely to help make choices that your characters’ life could depend on!
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will be available in the Americas on October 30th for XBOX ONE, PlayStation 4, and PCs via STEAM. Pre-orders are available now...
For those of you that hoped Cyberpunk 2077 would involve some fun on four wheels, you can finally breath easy as CD Projekt Red has delivered. This new video, titled “Rides of the Dark Future,” shows off the five classes of vehicles that you’ll get to drive around Night City. As you can see from the video, this is above and beyond all the teasers we’ve received thus far.
You’ll be able to buy vehicles or you’ll be able to steal them – a page clearly taken from Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V. The five classes of vehicle include Economy, Executive, Heavy Duty, Sport, and Hypercars. There will also be plenty of variation among the classes, including on an individual basis. Pristine cars that have been well maintained, for example, will handle and drive better than cars that have had a rougher life. You’ll even be able to modify your vehicles and tune them to fit your racing needs.
That said, all but one vehicle will be original creations designed by the CD Projekt Red team,...
Ten years ago, Criterion Games released their critically acclaimed franchise debut Need for Speed Hot Pursuit. It introduced NFS and racing fans to the winding, open roads of Seacrest County, Criterion’s renowned feel for breakneck speed and gameplay, and the innovative Autolog system, empowering true social competition between friends. Ever since, we’ve heard so many stories about the triumphant moments and heated rivalries Autolog fostered.
Some of which run very, very deep. Like the one between Michael and Joseph. Now, it’s your turn to feel the thrill of the chase and the rush of escape in NFS Hot Pursuit Remastered, arriving to PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC on November 6, and to Nintendo Switch™ on November 13!
Unleash a savage sense of speed both as an outlaw and a cop in this timeless racing experience updated for today’s platforms. With cross-platform multiplayer and Autolog, enhanced visuals, all main DLC delivered at launch, and much more, this is the ultimate version of Criterion Games’ critically acclaimed Need for Speed debut.
Uther the Lightbringer, Paladin of the Silver Hand, met an untimely demise ... but his service is not done. When he passes into the afterlife, Devos – a Paragon of Bastion – takes Uther under her wing, only to learn that some mortal wounds run deeper than she could imagine.
Beyond Azeroth’s shattered sky, a realm of infinite afterlives awaits: the Shadowlands, where mortal souls go to reckon with their pasts, discover new purpose . . . or suffer an eternity of torment. Seize your destiny beginning October 27.
The PS5 Future of Gaming event – the very one that gave us our first look at the PlayStation 5 console – included a deep look into a number of upcoming games. If Godfall’s new gameplay trailer didn’t interest you, then perhaps you’ll like what you see in the new Oddworld Soulstorm trailer. It’s far from our first look at gameplay, but there is a lot of action, mayhem, and a lot of cute aliens being laid to waste.
Along with the action you can check out in the trailer below, the trailer also confirms that Soulstorm is, in fact, coming to both PlayStation 4 and PS5 exclusively, at least for a limited time before it’s released on console. That said, we still don’t have a release date for the PlayStation version of the game, so if you’re a PC player, don’t start holding your breath quite yet.
Oddworld Soulstorm PlayStation Reveal Trailer
The trailer itself expands on the story of how Abe grows into the lead of the Mudokon uprising as he tries to embrace the...
Shortly after the turn of the decade, we got out first look at Godfall gameplay, but we learned just a day afterward that it not only was it old PC footage but it was also more than one year old. Now, along with the reveal of the PlayStation 5, we’ve gotten our first look at official PS5 gameplay, and holy crap is it amazing
As one of the first games announced for the PlayStation 5, we were expecting to see some real footage when the PS5 finally debuted, and sure enough, that’s exactly what happened. In the trailer (shown below), we got our first glimpse of the world Aperion on the precipice of ruin, and the music is on the same level of that as Doom Eternal – a very nice surprise, if I do say so myself. On top of that, we see a number of melee weapons and some pretty crazy abilites, both of which are used to hack your enemies to bits. And, let’s not forget the godly armor that you unlock...
Gran Turismo™ 7 builds on 22 years of experience to bring you the best features from the history of the franchise
Whether you’re a competitive racer, collector, fine-tuning builder, livery designer, photographer or arcade fan – ignite your personal passion for cars with features inspired by the past, present and future of Gran Turismo™.
At launch, we will offer two options: a PlayStation®5 console with an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive and a PlayStation®5 Digital Edition without a disc drive. The PS5 gameplay experience will be the same, so the choice is all yours. While there are some slight differences in the look of each model, for the overall design, we wanted to deliver a console that’s bold, stunning, and unlike any previous generation of PlayStation.