Rather than a collection of jagged angles that require reflexes that aren't as sharp as they used to be, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is a gorgeous rendition of the game world we know and love. The devs have improved everything from visuals to lighting, dropping in customisation and online play to update this classic to something modern audiences may find a lot more palatable.
Electronic Arts has not had a very good history when it comes to the Command and Conquer games in recent years but it’s just possible that the company has finally done something right. EA has announced that it will be remastering and re-releasing the first two Command and Conquer titles, Command and Conquer and Command and Conquer: Red Alert. The series stretches back to 1995 and was origina...[Read More]
Have you seen what PlayStation One games look like these days? Some have stood up to the ravages of time and the upgrading of technology quite well but most… most will give you a headache in very short order when played on modern TV screens. The original Crash Bandicoot trilogy falls into the latter category. Or, rather, it used to. Soon it will fall into the ‘Hey, I can actually see t...[Read More]
The next Call of Duty, which will be called Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare according to leaks, might have a bumper-sized bonus arriving with it: an updated version of the game that kicked off the multiplayer revolution. That’s right, Modern Warfare Remastered could be thrown in for free with Infinite Warfare. A photo posted to Reddit, supposedly snapped at US shop chain Target, apparently shows a ...[Read More]
Let’s do this quick, before more zombies get here. Capcom have, after a whole lot of pressure from fans, finally announced that they will be doing an HD remaster of what many consider the best Resident Evil of all time – Resident Evil 2. Those who grew up during gaming’s formative years, when the PlayStation was really popularising home consoles and shifting its appeal to the mai...[Read More]
What do you mean, you’ve never played Day of the Tentacle? If you’ve never played DoTT or, worse, never even heard of it then you’ve lost out on a large portion of gaming’s best moments. Luckily, there is a way to rectify any failings related to this point-and-click adventure title. DoTT creator Tim Schafer, who is the current head of Double Fine Studios, announced this pas...[Read More]