While 2019 has been a quiet year for Sony, 2020 is set to be enormous, with the company announcing the first major details of its upcoming next-generation console: Playstation 5, which will be releasing sometime next year. While the bulk of the announcement was announced via Wired (which also had the initial details of Sony’s
The National Film & Sound Archive has announced they will be adding Australian video games into its archive for preseveration purposes. The announcement comes as the Game Masters exhibition, originally created by the Australian Center for the Moving Image in 2012, returns to Australia for a six month tour at The National Film & Sound
Sony has introduced a new policy regarding sexual content. Japanese developers are reportedly angry and many western gamers are once again convinced that “Social Justice Warriors” have imposed their will on the gaming community. But is this being driven by the return of American Puritanism or is something else going on? It might not be
Around this time every year, EA likes to remind us that it does things differently to the rest of the industry; just look at last year’s Los Angeles-London show and the developer-centric show from years before. This time around, EA continued to defy expectation with its EA Play event, and like last year it was a
Sony had an absolute blinder of a conference last year; on the back of three major game reveals that absolutely nobody saw coming it hands down dominated the show. This year the audience went in knowing there was no possible way they could match that show, but boy did Sony still try. The show opened
Xenoblade Chronicles 3D isn’t the only major Nintendo thing that happened today. Yesterday, the company announced that they’ll be holding a Nintendo Direct the following day, and it was another entertaining and informative special.
This week on New Game Plus, we channel our fireballs in World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, discover our creative spark with Fantasia: Music Evolved and shoot fire out of our hands (via our guns) in Grand Theft Auto V. We also take a look at the latest in cinema and anime. All this, plus
This week on New Game Plus, we celebrate liberté, egalité and fraternité with Assassin's Creed: Unity and master earth, fire, wind and water in The Legend of Korra. We also speak in-depth with Greens Senator Scott Ludlum about the future of Australian data. All this, plus more, on Episode 126 of New Game Plus!
This week on New Game Plus, we shoot around the world in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, battle across Japan in Samurai Warriors 4 and charge through the Melbourne Exhibition Centre as our coverage of PAX Australia continues. We also take a look at Christopher Nolan’s latest movie Interstellar. All this, plus more, on Episode
This week on New Game Plus, we enter the witching hour with Bayonetta 2 and dive into the past in D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die. We also go back in time to bring you the Game of the Year of 1999. All this, plus more, on Episode 124 of New Game Plus!”