Everyone’s favorite adventurer is looking for a new female co-star in this edition of Extra Hearts, GamesBeat’s dating site for video game characters.
Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is a turn-based card game for the Vita that ties into players’ actions in Uncharted: Golden Abyss.
Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation’s boring, gimmicky, uninspired adventure makes it an unnecessary side story.
Since launching in February, the PlayStation Vita really hasn’t had that “must own” title that every new piece of hardware needs. Well, enter Gravity Rush, an open-world, physics-bending game developed by Sony Computer Entertainment’s Japan Studio.
Indiana Jones inspired both Lara Croft and Nathan Drake, and with the Tomb Raider reboot around the corner, these adventurers are here to stay.
The recently-revealed God of War: Ascension proves that prequels will continue to be an attractive way for developers to extend the life of a series without having to worry about the consequences and story concerns that come with making a sequel. Still, this announcement made us wonder which release is the greatest prequel in gaming history.
Below you’ll find a listing of every GamesBeat game review to date. They are listed in reverse chronological order with the latest review appearing at the top. Note that the dates listed are for when the review was posted, not necessarily the actual release date for the game. That information, along with platform tested and more, can be found in the actual review.
Shuhei Yoshida is in charge of all of the games that Sony makes internally for the PlayStation 3 and its other platforms. The president of worldwide studios for Sony Computer Entertainment was at the recent DICE Summit in Las Vegas, and he showed up with the PlayStation Vita, the new handheld gaming device that will launch on Feb. 22. in the U.S. Yoshida’s team helped shape the features of the Vita and has been busy making games for the system. All told, there are about 25 internal and externally developed titles arriving on the PS Vita on day one.
Trying to aim a weapon on a modern handheld gaming device isn’t easy.
Uncharted Golden Abyss is one of the most impressive games on the upcoming PlayStation Vita, the new portable gaming system from Sony that will debut next year. We got another close-up peek at the title recently, and it is looking more and more like a high-quality console video game.