Despite its lack of graphical finesse or any degree of subtlety in any department, Metal Max Xeno Reborn is a fun time with some unique twists on the traditional JRPG formula.
The survival horror title will be coming to additional platforms early next year, with retailer listings suggested a February launch.
Trip down memory lane.
The Plane Effect developers Paolo Pavani and Dennis Cabella speak with GamingBolt about the upcoming puzzle adventure title.
Innovina's Paolo Pavani and Dennis Cabella also feels that Xbox Series X can allow for 8K gaming.
"t will help to increase player insertion in the experience," says Tormented Souls developer Dual Effect Games.
Level 91 Entertainment founder and Inertial Drift's lead programmer and designer Michael O’Kane speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming twin-stick racer.
Meanwhile, the PC market is starting to get too crowded.
The North American release will be available digitally on the Nintendo eShop.
PQube have announced that they are ending their support for the PS Vita.
"From me personally, my biggest expectation is not from graphics, but how we will play our games," says product manager at Agate Studio.
Check out the first trailer inside.
Releasing for PS Vita, PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Winding roads, burnt rubber and texture pop-ins.
The updated graphics engine is out in full force.
Watch the handheld version of the game in action.
Demo releasing more than a week ahead of the game.
And the crowd goes mild.