Left Alive TGS 2017 Trailer – PS4 & PC

Left Alive takes place between Front Mission 5 and Front Mission Evolved, and features three different protagonists. The focus seems to have shifted from the mechs – or Wanzers, as they’re cutely known in Front Mission’s universe – onto the player characters, with no mech customisation but the promise of crafting for weapons. Left Alive is a brand-new survival action shooter coming to the PlayStation 4 and Steam in 2018. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Kojima Had Nothing To Do With Metal Gear: Survive

Hideo Kojima, the creator of the Metal Gear franchise denied any involvement in the making of the upcoming title in the series, Metal Gear: Survive during the Tokyo Game Show. When asked about the game and his part in it, he claimed that he knew nothing about it. He went on to say that Metal Gear is more about political friction and espionage, and it has nothing to with zombies. Koji Shinkawa, the Character Designer for Kojima Productions’ first title, Death Stranding also weighed in, saying that Kojima hadn’t mentioned or talked about Survive even once, and for him Metal Gear is all about the two-legged walking mecha. Kojima also revealed a few details about his upcoming project, with a tentative release date prior to the Tokyo Olympics (to be held in 2020). He went on to teas...

Allison Road Revived: P.T. Spiritual Successor In The Making?

P.T, the beloved, scare-out-of-your-wits horror game may have disappeared, but all hope is not lost. After the news of its cancellation got out in June, Allison Road, the Silent Hill inspired first person horror title in back in works. In a statement to IGN, the creator of the game, Christian Kesler confirmed that he plans to continue his work on Allison Road independently, under a new studio called Far From Home, which he co-founded with his wife. “I’m actually really happy to be able to announce that Allison Road will continue,” Kesler said, saying he is still passionate about the project. “We had a lot of support online and some folks out there are just incredibly nice.” “It did take a bit of soul searching to find the drive again to work on Allison Road and to simply make a call ...

Sony @ E3 2016: Two Sides To Every Coin

Sony’s showcase at E3 2016 was a huge success, and nothing short of a spectacle. And how could it be? With a live orchestra, gorgeous games and huge titles, it was everything we expected it to be, and more. But there’s one small thing that seems to have slipped most people’s attention. Apart from Horizon: Zero Dawn, most the games that Sony announced are still “in development for PS4”. The footage from God of War is supposed to be an early first glimpse and no comments have yet been made regarding the release date for God of War. Similarly, Death Stranding, the new game from our beloved Hideo Kojima, is TBA regarding release. The same goes for Days Gone. Sony simply went ahead and gave us brief glimpses of it’s projects lined up for years down the line. Microsoft could’ve had t...

Kojima Starts New Production Studio, Working PS4 Exclusive Title

Sony Computer Entertainment president Andrew House took to YouTube late Tuesday night to confirm that Hideo Koijma’s first independently produced game will be made as a “collaboration with PlayStation” to launch exclusively on Sony consoles. A Q&A posted on Medium (since taken down, but still available on Google Cache) confirmed that the new Kojima Productions is not a subsidiary of Sony, and that future Kojima Productions games (past the first) won’t necessarily be exclusive to PlayStation. Kojima’s next game, which is being described as “something completely new,” will also come to the PC after its PS4 release. And for more news and reviews, keep checking back at Gaming Central.

Kojima Productions Asks Fans Whjat they Want in PC Version of MGS V: TPP

Kojima Production is new to the whole multi-platform game thing this generation, but they are trying so very hard to nail PC ports. The Ground Zeroes port was exceptional and ran so well that even mid range PCs maxed it out without breaking a sweat. Now Kojima Productions has taken to Steam forums for user feedback on further improving their PC port. Robert Peeler, MGS’s Community manager, asked for advice on Steam forums for more PC specific features and options. The thread is here and still active at the time of writing, so if you have a specific request, knock yourself out.

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