Sunday, September 21, 2014

Project Morpheus 85% complete, smartphone components will keep cost low

While Sony’s Project Morpheus isn’t quite ready for retail, it’s close to being “finished,” according to what Sony exec Shuhei Yoshida told the Wall Street Journal.

Here’s your first look at Final Fantasy XV in-game footage

After releasing a short trailer for Final Fantasy XV earlier in the week, Square has produced a new gameplay demo shown from a TGS stage showing.

Spacebase DF-9 “just not something we can afford to do any more”, says Schafer

Double Fine is set to pull the plug on Spacebase DF-9, to the disappointment of some who bought the early build via Steam Early Access.

Xbox One launch in China delayed until the “end of this year,” reports Microsoft

After announcing plans to officially launch the Xbox One in China on September 23, Microsoft has pushed back that date to the “end of this year.”

Friday, September 19, 2014

Here’s 18 minutes of Battleborn showing a five-player co-op mission

Gearbox has released a direct-feed video showing off 18 minutes of a five-player co-op mission Battleborn.

Destiny boosts UK PS4 sales 300%, Xbox One outsold 2:1

PS4 hardware sales rose 300% in the UK last week thanks to Destiny’s launch, MCV’s reporting.

Assassin's Creed movie 'delayed to 2016'

The Assassin's Creed movie is rumoured to have been delayed to 2016 after 20th Century Fox removed the title's August 7, 2015 opening slot.

Destiny's Queen's Wrath & Combined Arms events detailed

Bungie has revealed the first details on two new Destiny events due to roll out from today.

Darksiders 2 cost THQ $50m to develop, says Nordic Games boss

The development of Darksiders 2 cost THQ $50 million, according to the company who bought the IP from the axed publisher last year.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Battlefield: Hardline gameplay video shows Hotwire multiplayer mode

Hotwire multiplayer mode for Battlefield: Hardline has been detailed.

Grand Theft Auto 5 on Xbox One/PS4/PC “Could Actually Move Some Hardware”

According to Take Two Interactive president Karl Slatoff at the MKM Partners Entertainment & Leisure Conference (via GameSpot), the added value of the rerelease of GTA 5 will help sell hardware and prompt people to buy it again.