The best and the worst: E3 2016

Another E3 we’ve seen happen, a fair that has always been synonymous with big surprises, excitement and good games, but took a few years experiencing that annoying feeling that much of the magic that surrounded this event has completely disappeared in favor of economic interest and figures. In our last special we have set our critical opinion about the new advanced versions of PS4 and Xbox, more decisive and aggressive action of an industry that for some years has begun an increasingly rapid descent into hell.

The truth is that I have much to say about this E3 2016, no more than a handful of titles I found interesting. Of all that has been at the show I can say that now I feel like the new Zelda: Breath of the Wild, its most advanced concept sandbox (has always been an open world) may allow us to reach a new level of greatness within of the series thanks to its exciting possibilities. A good reason to grab a Wii U instead of a Scorpio or Neo. Continue reading The best and the worst: E3 2016

The worst-generation consoles in history

The title of this article could have lengthened over the account, so we must add that besides being the most impersonal and unexciting of all who have lived generation also have to say that was the shortest of all. But the attributes, more negative than positive course, not only are there.

The feeling we have left many after the announcement of the new more powerful versions of PS4 and Xbox One is that this generation has been a complete scam. Constants remakes, remasters, the downgrade graphic, peeled content titles pending completion to blow portfolio and few exclusive games that have barely managed to leave a lasting impression. That is the legacy of a generation that began in 2013 and concluded in 2016-17, how much they want to sell the cheap excuse that the new consoles will be fully compatible with previous platforms. Its launch is just around the corner. Continue reading The worst-generation consoles in history

Heads Arena: Euro Soccer

The Euro 2016 has already begun and Country Games offers us for this occasion Heads Arena: Euro Soccer, a football game where we play matches and tournaments 1 VS 1 and 2 against 2. At your disposal you will find a dozen European teams where you can compete against football champions conceited. Party Mode lets players join with a friend or play against him. Continue reading Heads Arena: Euro Soccer

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

There was a time when players dreamed that someday the games would be as real as a movie. Now is the cinema that envies the game and if there is a study that deserves full recognition for his way of melting the seventh art with their creations, certainly that’s Naughty Dog.

In recent years there have been several developers who have sought to captivate the eye and the heart of the player creating cinematic experiences based on complex systems of integrated decision cinematic long, characters almost lifelike and elaborate arguments with ramifications that can lead to different endings. Some of these works have garnered success and are classified as authentic interactive movies, works like Until Dawn, Beyond: Two Souls, Heavy Rain, and The Walking Dead are some notable names by the momentum of recent walking stories.

Yes, indeed, there are many ways to play and interact in a story and you have to play all kinds of games but do not forget that we are players, real players, and prefer to enjoy the ability to discover a story iterating over it using a traditional control we limit movement us to the simple task of walking, press a button or activate a lever when they do that. Continue reading Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Primal shows its leap to PlayStation 4 in pictures and official trailer

PlayStation 2 emulation on the current desktop Sony is recovering gradually several of the classics of two generations ago and some licenses that had lost track. The last to return was ‘Primal’, a title originally released in 2003 and developed by Guerrilla Cambridge when he was still known as Sony Cambridge. Continue reading Primal shows its leap to PlayStation 4 in pictures and official trailer