“For 2013, we’ve scaled back the extravagance of last year’s record-breaking 44 awards categories, and have moved away from the awards-show style presentation, where we list nominees and then reveal a winner. This year, we’re highlighting our top choices in each of 24 categories, many of which combine previous award categories into larger, more encompassing ones, with a focus on the big picture for each of the games considered.”
Features, News Aliens: Colonial Marines, Antichamber, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Beyond: Two Souls, BioShock Infinite, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Dark Souls II, Destiny, Don't Starve, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, FIFA 14, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, fire emblem: awakening, Forza Motorsport 5, Gone Home, Gran Turismo 6, Grand Theft Auto Online, Grand Theft Auto V, GRID 2, Guacamelee!, injustice: gods among us, madden nfl 25, Mass Effect 3: Citadel, mlb 13: the show, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst, NBA 2K14, Need for Speed Rivals, ni no kuni: wrath of the white witch, Nintendo, Nodie Awards, Nodies, Papers Please, pikmin 3, Pokemon X/Y, Rogue Legacy, SimCity, Sonic: Lost World, Sony, super mario 3d world, Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Take Two Interactive, Tearaway, The Last Guardian, The Last of Us, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, The Stanley Parable, The Swapper, The Walking Dead: 400 Days, Tomb Raider, TowerFall, Ubisoft, WWE 2K14, XCOM: Enemy Within
“At CES, Sony finally revealed its long-mentioned streaming service for games: PlayStation Now. The Gaikai-run service will allow gamers to play “classic” games from PlayStation past instantly with their PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Sony Bravia TV (2014 models and beyond), and eventually, tablets and smartphones.”
News Beyond: Two Souls, Bravia, CES 2014, Gaikai, god of war: ascension, John Koller, Mobile, PlayStation Now, PS3, PS4, Sony, streaming, Tablet, The Last of Us, The Puppeteer, Vita
This past Friday, I hosted a seven-hour long livestream focused on the brand-new PlayStation 4 as a special edition of GamerNode’s Co-Op Node, which I regularly host every Tuesday night from 7-10 PM EST. During this stream, I played some Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Resogun, and FIFA 14 in addition to showing off the console’s interface and software.
Following the stream, I made sure to archive this first of what will surely be several PlayStation 4-centered episodes of Co-Op Node. You can find it, split into two parts, through the links below.
Part 1 (Hours 1-5)
Part 2 (Hours 5-7)
As many of you lovely gamers are aware, there’s this little game by Naughty Dog called The Last of Us that’s been out for a while and causing one heck of a discussion. The title’s being considered by many for Game of the Year, and the ending is something of a shocker to most — if not all — who’ve completed it. The following are my thoughts on the game and the ending specifically, so obviously here is a spoiler warning in case you haven’t witnessed it yourself. I’ll even put it in bold words after this paragraph to show I mean business.
*SPOILER WARNING! The plot of The Last of Us — specifically the ending — is broken down and analyzed here. Don’t read further if you intend to finish the game and haven’t yet!*
Read more of this post
“E3 sure makes us GN editors hungry, both figuratively — for games — and literally — for GIANT burgers! We satisfied our appetites for both with this conversation over dinner about our favorite games encountered through day 2 of E3 2013.”
Features, Videos Battlefield 4, call of duty: ghosts, Dark Souls II, Deep Silver, DICE, E3, E3 2013, EA, Electronic Arts, final fantasy xv, From Software, Frostbite 3, Microsoft, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, PlayStation 4, PS4, Respawn Entertainment, RYSE: Son of Rome, Saints Row IV, Sony, Square Enix, titanfall, Volition, Xbox One
“Following a grueling day of pre-show press conferences, the GamerNode editors in attendance at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles – plus one long-distance guest – sat down to discuss the day’s events, announcements, and revelations to befall the gaming world.”
Features 360, Bungie, Dark Souls II, Destiny, E3, E3 2013, EA, Electronic Arts, final fantasy xv, Kingdom Hearts III, Microsoft, Mirror's Edge 2, Nintendo, Press Conference, PS3, PS4, Quantum Break, Remedy Entertainment, Respawn Entertainment, Sony, Square Enix, Star Wars: Battlefront, The Last Guardian, titanfall, Ubisoft, Wii U, Xbox One
“The PlayStation 4 will run consumers $399 in the US, €399 in Europe, and £349 in the UK and will release this holiday season, announced Sony at its E3 press conference last night.”