Johnny writes -"How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition so far is delivering exactly what is says on the box, it gives you the tools to survive on a desert island, and gives you the skills to use those tools in a manner that makes the game exciting in every way. I have left a lot about this title vacant here in this article, but this is not a review and you will have to wait. What I suggest you do is watch some more Bear Grylls for the next week or so, maybe throw in the odd zombie movie, have a drink so the two completely get mixed up in your head, then dream, that nightmarish sweat inducing dream is about to become reality in How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition."
Gamerscore Whores writes "In this week's episode we discuss: - What we've been playing - Xbox One November Dashboard Update - Hatred - The most hateful game ever made - Sony Stealing Sunset Overdrive's Font - Gabe Newell Death Threat - GTA San Andreas Remake Plus we answer your questions, and much more"
Getting an accurate read on how well the new generation of consoles is selling is a difficult job, and it's complicated by sporadic and sometimes vague numbers provided by the console makers themselves. After taking a dive into the most recent numbers, Ars estimates that the PlayStation 4 has sold at least 42 percent more units worldwide than the Xbox One through September. This makes Sony's system responsible for at least 59 percent of hardware sales in the two-console market (PS4 and Xbox One).
The Koalition's Tony Polanco writes: "On today's episode we look at the bigger picture and ask Are video games inherently violent? Most games contain violence and the way you interact with many game worlds is by killing whatever inhabits it. Why is this the case and what games exist that have no violence whatsoever? This forms the basis of our main topic. We brought along two of our friends from video game site 2D-X.com. Editor-in-Chief Tim Torres and Features Editor Gabriel Zamora join us to discuss Smash Bros. for the Wii U. The game had a big Nintendo Direct today and since the fellas are huge fans of the series, I wanted to have them on to tell us what they thought. We couldnt just have Chris Sealy shit all over it after all."
Sony premiered a new Bloodborne trailer at the 32nd Annual Golden Joystick Awards at London's O2 Arena today. Blending gothic horror, fast-paced offensive combat and RPG customization and progression, the game is being helmed by Demon's Souls and Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki, although it isn't a sequel to either title. It sees players battling through a 19th century city stricken by a horrific contagion that turns its inhabitants into bloodthirsty monsters. Sony has announced a Bloodborne release date of February 6 in Europe and the US, which is one day after the title launches in Japan.