From the outset of the console video game industry, one of the main goals has always been to produce a video game that feels like we're "playing a movie." The industry had never quite found a balance of playing and watching -- as Final Fantasy and Metal Gear Solid games often prove -- until Naughty Dog released their Uncharted series. Love 'em or hate 'em, the Uncharted series is easily the closest the video game industry has come to creating a "playable movie.
Earlier this week Ubisoft caused a stir when it deactivated a number of keys for its games, such as open-world first-person shooter Far Cry 4, without telling players first. The move meant many found some games had disappeared from ... Read Post
Following the footsteps of the first two Uncharted games, Sony is releasing a "Game of the Year" edition of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. As with other re-releases, the GOTY pack offers quite a bit of DLC. In addition to the main ... Read Post