Bottling the Spirit of Seattle in inFamous: Second Son

From GameSpot: 24 new screens from inFamous: Second Son

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5h4h4b3661d ago

I am so hyped for this game. :)

strickers3661d ago (Edited 3661d ago )

Who would have thought the most next gen looking game so far would be huge open world. I've just played 2 again with my son. Still good. I expect big things from this. There's no next gen game I want more.

Sharingan_no_Kakashi3661d ago

I wonder how alive the city will feel compared to GTAV.

Infamous is my fav sandbox game. But when the story is over there usually isnt much else to do but terrorize civilians. The mission editor in iF2 was ok for a short while, but it became apparent that gamers arent developers lol.

kazuma9993661d ago

Psh i live their and the only thing that looks like it is the space needle.

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Monolith: Requiem of the Ancients Demo Now Available

A demo version of the Monolith: Requiem of the Ancients has launched, allowing gamers to get hands-on ahead of launch.


Resident Evil 1996 - 2023 - A Look at some Resident Evil games and how the visuals improved

CG writes: In this video we take a look at the original 1996 release of Capcom’s Resident Evil on the PSOne, then go through most of the more popular games in the long-running series. You can see the full list below in chronological order of release (or thereabouts). Sure, there are some notable omissions such as Resident Evil Chronicles and Resident Evil Outbreak 1 & 2 etc. but the video does a great job of highlighting how the game’s visuals progressed over 25 years. The last game in the video showcases the Resident Evil 4 remake which released earlier this year.

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bunt-custardly1h ago(Edited 1h ago)

Quite amazing how in late 90s those pre-rendered static backgrounds were like the bees knees. I am wondering what a game would look like today if it used the same pre-rendered backgrounds. Are we looking at photo-realistic environments or is there no need when you have games like UNRECORD using UE5?


The collect-a-thon platforming adventure “Mail Time” is coming to consoles on October 19th, 2023

"The Madrid-based (Spain) indie games publisher Freedom Games and Netherlands-based indie games developer Kela van der Deijl, are today very happy and excited to announce that their collect-a-thon platforming adventure “Mail Time”, is coming to consoles (PS5, PS4, and the Nintendo Switch) via digital stores on October 19th, 2023." - Jonas Ek, TGG.