The Chinese Room’s Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture doesn’t release until next week, but you can have a look at the launch trailer today. The game, which tells the tale of a “uniquely British apocalypse”, will release exclusively on PlayStation 4 August 11 in both Europe and North America. PS Plus subscribers can take 20% […]
Dear Esther developer The Chinese Room has released a new trailer for its latest mystery opus Everybody's Gone To The Rapture, due 11th August on PS4. As stated on the PlayStation Blog, it will go for $19.99, but PS Plus members will receive a 20 per cent discount on pre-orders. Show More Summary
I've been following Everybody's Gone to the Rapture on and off for years. It's slotted away in my memory as "that exploration game from the Dear Esther people about the surprisingly serene end of the world as seen from an English countryside." I see pretty pictures every now and then but haven't learned much more about the story or gameplay. Show More Summary
The apocalypse has arrived. After two and a half years, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is out in just about a week, and to celebrate, we want to share the launch trailer for the game with you.
A new behind-the-scenes video has been released for The Chinese Room’s Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. In the video above, creative director Dan Pinchbeck and environment artist Alex Grahame discuss their thoughts on what makes the game a “uniquely British apocalypse.” Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is set in the remote Yaughton Valley in June […]
Mere weeks -- all that's left before finding out how the world ended on June 6th, 1984. We definitely share The Chinese Room's excitement and anticipation in revealing what exactly befell quiet Yaughton Valley.
Tevez’s first goal in Boca Junior colours once again was met with rapture and jubilation from the fans. Tevez scored from a free kick in Boca’s 3-0 win over Banfield in the Copa Argentina.
How this very English view of the apocalypse communicates to the player through music, sound and song Silence is rare in Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture – which is strange because everybody is dead. This elegiac adventure game, set in...Show More Summary
In his last major appearance before departing Kenya for Ethiopia today, President Obama addressed a rapturous crowd of nearly 5,000 mostly-young Kenyans at an arena in Nairobi, declaring, "I am proud to be the first American president to come to Kenya, and of course I'm the first Kenyan-American to be... More »
Sounds like: Disclosure, LXURY, Andy Petr Song: Funkin Matt - Rapture What's so good? This is for future-bass lovers looking for an intergalactic journey by way of the dance floor. "Rapture" relies more on a funky deep house beat instead of the clinical treatment this genre sometimes produces. Show More Summary
President Obama's arrival in Kenya will trigger a rapturous welcome from an enthusiastic public, proud that one of their own is returning as President of the United States and eager to identify with his success and to hear his advice...Show More Summary
We figured televangelist scamster Pat Robertson would have been raptured by now, what with the Gaypocalypse and all. But nah, he is making words, still, on the teevee, with his 213-year-old senile talking hole. Sure, they are mostly nonsense words, because of how he is 213 and also senile. Show More Summary
With influences ranging from John Wyndham to 1980s nuclear-war drama Threads, this gorgeous adventure is a very English take on the end of the world Across the village green, the small country pub looks inviting – especially when bathed in the orangey light of this warm summer evening. Show More Summary
(Gone to Rapture) There's a tender line of friendship attributed to the titular character in the Winnie the Pooh stories: If you live to be 100, I want to live to be 100 minus one day, so I never have to live without you. Jonathan Crossfield says that it's aprocryphal, which is probably for the best. Show More Summary
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Many nights when we hang out, I find you in a state of rapture in front of the television, watching Keeping Up With the Kardashians. You're “obsessed” with Kim’s perfection, with her admission to wearing three pairs of Spanx, with whether Kylie’s lips are fake, with their version of the... More »
Ty Dolla Sign is on the remix of Major Lazer and MØ’s rapturous single “Lean On,” adding a dose of entertainingly trashy realism that only he can, with a verse about fuzzy memories of Percocet, Xan and other numbing remedies on a random night (“I don’t know how I’m getting home from this bitch,” he raps). Uh, way too much, Ty. Way too much. Listen below. Read more...
MS MR’s 2013 debut, Secondhand Rapture, felt like it slipped through the cracks, perhaps because the album favored more subtle music gestures: bewitching soul, gothic girl-group swoons, darkwave dance grooves, and glittering electropop. Show More Summary
The annual US PlayStation Store PLAY promotion will include four titles for PS4. All titles are available for pre-order starting today and PlayStation Plus members will receive a 20% discount when pre-ordering. It starts on July 21 with Journey for PS4 and PS3, followed by N++ on July 28. The release date for the latter […]