Marvel’s Spider-Man is yet another magnificent exclusive for the PS4 in 2018 and one that happens to be the best superhero game ever with dynamic combat, great characters, and some lovely fan service.
Brian Hastings, chief creative officer at Insomniac, describes the development of the 2D shooter as a “passion project”.
Ratchet & Clank’s PS4 debut is scheduled for spring 2016, close to the April release of the Ratchet & Clank animated film, and the game’s first trailer shows glimpses of both.
It’s a triumph of kitschy presentation, meta-humour and gamer culture. If that isn’t reason enough, I don’t know what is.
After a year of silence, Insomniac Games blows the lid off its Xbox One-exclusive open-world third-person shooter in style.
Insomniac Games’ Overstrike reborn as Fuse.
The franchise will, however, “live on and expand” through other developers.
Even to the most tired and jaded FPS fans, this is a breath of fresh air, and if Resistance 2 left you bitter, this is the pill that makes that bitterness easy to swallow.
It all started with a wrench. Ratchet could not move and throw the wrench at the same time. Honest. Reminds you of Resident Evil, huh? But you need not fear much; all of that has been remedied. In Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time, Ratchet can throw the wrench while he moves, the environments are more destructible, the script is funnier, Captain Copernicus Qwark is still the man and the Clank levels are not boring anymore. And yes, all of this at 60 frames per second. Well, most of the time anyway.
While the single-player campaign may have left a lot to be desired, co-op has been the biggest selling point for Resistance 2, Insomniac’s PS3-exclusive first-person shooter. The class-based co-operative mode allows up to 8 players to take to various maps and complete objectives that change on the fly. The co-op mode carried forward the large […]