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|Bravo Team PSVR review – zero applause|
Added: 07.03.2018 1:00 | 1 views | 0 comments
The makers of Until Dawn use the Aim Controller to bring Rainbow Six style action to VR, but do they hit the target?
|Bravo Team review - an astonishingly bad VR shooter from a team that should know better|
Added: 06.03.2018 5:01 | 4 views | 0 comments
In Tumble VR and Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, Supermassive Games brought us two highlights of the PSVR's launch line-up . But that was then and this now and Bravo Team, Supermassive's latest release, fails to impress on pretty much every level.
It comes hot on the heels of The Inpatient, another severely disappointing release from the studio in what's turned into a bit of a stinker of a run. From the very first moments, you sense that something is just off. You feel gigantic inside your virtual body and it takes a good while to adjust to these new dimensions. Unfortunately, this is just one of the many ways in which Bravo Team fails to provide a believable or immersive experience.
As a cover based shooter, akin to a VR version of Time Crisis, Bravo Team offers an incredibly limited range of movement. You can stand up or crouch behind cover at the touch of a button - other than that, though, your avatar's position remains completely static. Whilst hiding behind cover there is a semblance of immersion; you can peak around corners, duck behind cover or hold your gun above your head to blind-fire at targets but all that falls apart once you decide to advance to a new piece of cover.
|Jelly Deals: Hidden Agenda discounted to £5.85 today|
Added: 19.02.2018 10:29 | 1 views | 0 comments
A note from the editor: is a deals site launched by our parent company, Gamer Network, with a mission to find the best bargains out there. Look out for the Jelly Deals roundup of reduced-price games and kit every Saturday on Eurogamer.
The latest game from the creators of famed horror choose-your-own-adventure Until Dawn - and a prime example of a game using Sony's new PlayLink system - is .
Hidden Agenda is part police procedural and part mystery thriller, putting multiple players in the bodies of a host of different characters as they try and collectively track down a serial killer who has a thing for explosive traps. The digital version of this game is still £15.99 via the PlayStation Store, but head to Amazon UK and you can at the moment.
Added: 06.02.2018 1:51 | 5 views | 0 comments
Discover who you are before it?s too late in The Inpatient; a PS VR Exclusive set in the Blackwood Sanatorium, over 60 years prior to the 2016 BAFTA award-winning Until Dawn. With deep immersion that places YOU in the game, you take on the role of an amnesiac inpatient who must find out who you are and why you are in the Sanatorium. With a branching narrative, and different endings; every choice you make can drastically affect the way the game plays out.
Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Release Date: Jan 23, 2018
|The Inpatient Review - Culture of Gaming|
Added: 24.01.2018 14:49 | 4 views | 0 comments
The Inpatient is made by Supermassive Games and they boast that this is a true psychological horror. So get ready for some jump scares and some mind-boggling horror! For those of you who do not recognize the companies name, they are the ones who made a decision-based horror game titled Until Dawn.
|Games Inbox: Xbox Game Pass value, Anthem microtransactions, and Resident Evil 2 remake delay|
Added: 23.01.2018 18:12 | 6 views | 0 comments
The evening Inbox dreams of a Disney game that looks like Dragon Ball FighterZ, as one reader imagines Until Dawn in the style of Evil Dead.
|The Inpatient review – pre-Dawn adventure|
Added: 23.01.2018 10:00 | 5 views | 0 comments
Until Dawn gets a prequel set decades before the original, in what is one of the most technically advanced PlayStation VR games so far.
|Games Inbox: Dark Souls Remastered easy mode, Lego DC Supervillains, and replaying Until Dawn|
Added: 17.01.2018 1:00 | 6 views | 0 comments
The morning Inbox asks why January is so bad for new game releases, as more readers nominate their favourite Street Fighter characters.
|PlayStation Now rings in the new year with a ton of great new games|
Added: 09.01.2018 19:00 | 6 views | 0 comments
A new year means a new month, which in turn means a new cache of PlayStation Now titles added to the streaming service. Leading the pack of new PS4 games for the month of January is the PlayStation-exclusive horror experience Until Dawn, going live alongside the PS4 remake of the award-winning Vita title Gravity Rush ...]
|The 50 most exciting games of 2018|
Added: 02.01.2018 8:00 | 5 views | 0 comments
2017 was a hell of a year for video games; can 2018 top it? We've combed our calendars for what we think are the most promising, or at least the most interesting, prospects due out this year - that we know about. Most of these games have been announced for 2018; some have no release date but we think stand a good chance of making it out before year's end. And of course, there are bound to be many great games out this year that we don't know about yet.
With those caveats in mind, and in rough order of expected release date, here's what we're looking forward to this year.
The Until Dawn universe expands with what promises to be a wonderfully schlocky tale of terror and amnesia in a creepy medical facility. And it's headed to VR too.
Despite huge success on portables in Japan, this series has been a perennial nearly man since it broke online gaming ground on PS2. As arcane as it can be, there's something so innately appealing about the co-op dinosaur-hunting concept that the dream of a global hit never quite died. Monster Hunter World sees Capcom put its biggest push yet behind it; the art has scaled up beautifully to home consoles and the changes are smart. If there was ever a time to get on board, this is it.