What comes next?
Remake masters Bluepoint Games is probably working on bringing Demon's Souls to next year's PlayStation 5 as we speak, but what project could the developer set its sights on after that? It doesn't look like the studio has any concrete plans just yet, especially concerning what title it would bring back from the dead next following...
It’s old news now, but Bluepoint Games has been tasked with creating a massive title for the PlayStation 5 – and many believe it will be a Demon’s Souls remake. This game, according to president Marco Thrush, will become the studio’s greatest achievement to date – an impressive feat when you consider that the Texas team has...
Bluepoint is working on a high-profile PlayStation 5 project which is widely believed to be a remake of Demon’s Souls, but it’s not giving anything away with the cryptic messages it’s been sharing on social media. The Texas-based developer has been having a bit of fun lately, penning poems which appear to allude to a vast range...
Having a blast
Bluepoint Games is making a “big game” for the PlayStation 5, which we expect to be Demon’s Souls Remake. Of course, nothing’s been confirmed at this stage, and the Texas-based developer is having fun with all of the speculation. In order to celebrate Halloween, it’s composed a tweet which somehow manages to reference at...
Will it touch our Souls?
Bluepoint’s sublime Shadow of the Colossus remake is one of the finest games you can play on the PlayStation 4, but with its next project, the Austin-based outfit is looking to push itself even further. Speaking as part of a GDC presentation, the studio shed a little more light on what it’s up to, describing its new...
The soul burns on
It’s been a while since we got word of anything from Bluepoint, hasn’t it? The Texas-based studio – behind this year’s brilliant Shadow of the Colossus remake – confirmed that it was working on another remake, which it said back in March was a “bit bigger” than its previous effort. There was a lot of speculation at...
What could it be?
Shadow of the Colossus is in the running for the greatest remake ever created, and developer Bluepoint is already busy beavering away on another revival. Speaking with Eurogamer.net’s tech experts Digital Foundry, president and co-owner Marco Thrush admitted that its team is growing to accommodate the scope of its next project...
Master Thief Collection
Even we're starting to get sick of PlayStation 4 re-releases now, but we'd happily put aside our port fatigue for an Uncharted Collection on Sony's latest machine. There have been rumours regarding upgraded versions of Nathan Drake's previous escapades for a while now, and with sequel Uncharted 4: A Thief's End delayed, it'
You've got our attention
Ooh, this is a fascinating little tidbit. Bluepoint Games, the Austin-based studio behind the God of War Collection and the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, is currently “bringing a Sony classic to current game systems”. The snippet is mentioned as part of a couple of job listings, but no additional information is...
Those of you that have played PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on the Vita will testify that it’s an absolute technical masterpiece. Whatever your opinion on the controversial mascot mash-up, it’s hard to take issue with the game’s uncompromised performance on Sony’s stacked handheld hardware. Running at an...
Tweets from the legendary Hideo Kojima have revealed that the high-definition remake of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker will run at 60FPS on PlayStation 3
"60 frames per second in HD It's the best! Say peace!" said Kojima in one Tweet alongside images of the game. The high-definition version of Peace Walker is set to be joined by Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater on..
Stephen Peterson knows his God Of War, and thus he'd like to give you some advice on how to get the "15 Minute Fight Scene" trophy in the upcoming God Of War Collection
The game launches next week and if you've had a little break from God Of War for a while, Stephen's advice might be paramount in helping you get those two platinums.
We'd like to take some credit for this news
Way back in March we broke the news that Sony were planning to bundle copies of God Of War I and II as a preorder bonus for God Of War III. Given the overwhelming response for that particular bonus on our website, there's no doubt Sony were aware there was a massive demand for a re-release of two of Sony's best games. Hence why they've just announced God..