The Playstation Vita is in an awkward place right now. It’s the most powerful gaming handheld, but it’s struggling when you line it up against the Nintendo 3DS.
Unrest has a distinctly Indian setting, it takes place in a fictional city based on Jaipur, and it deals with complex socio-economic issues, many of which are still prevalent in modern-day India. This is not your average RPG. Unrest is heavily conversation-driven, with its 120,000-word script intertwining the lives of its five characters, who will deal with moral choices so decisive that they can even lead to their deaths. Developed by Arvind Raja Yadav’s Pyrodactyl Games, Unrest is heavily conversation-driven, with its 120,000-word script intertwining the lives of its five main characters, who will deal with moral choices so decisive that they can even lead to their deaths. Combat is almost absent, and that’s just another one of the many fresh ideas Unrest brings to the table. Unrest is out later this month on Steam, having made it through a fruitful Kickstarter campaign, but Yadav admits that he hadn’t expected the crowd-funding experiment to succeed. “When we launched the Kickstarter campaign, we were quite pessimistic about it,” Yadav says, “but then because of the support, we were able to scale up, and this was the best possible way to scale up because we had the capital to do it. That…
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The company that was in the news for owing its employees lakhs in unpaid salaries, appears to have vanished, only for its management to return under a new name.
We got in touch with India's Xbox head to talk about Kinect voice support in India, entertainment content on Xbox Live, Xbox One marketing plans, and most importantly, pricing.
One look at the racing games that are coming out this year and suddenly, the lack of a Need for Speed game doesn’t seem so bad.
With Titanfall just around the corner, we look at back at one of the most influential multiplayer shooters ever.
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Amit Goyal gives us his top five games of the generation.
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It's part three of our Games of the Generation feature, and Nintendo finally makes an appearance.
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The first in a five-part feature series, where members of the IVG editorial team pick their favourite games from the generation gone by.
We quiz the PlayStation India boss on why the PS4 has been delayed in India and when we'll get launch information.
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We sit down with the team at Ubisoft to discuss and dissect their latest open world title, Watch Dogs.
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Azeem Banatwala on his jounrey through Grand Theft Auto and how the series has come to define videogames.
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