Tag: Double Eleven
News Rust Developer Signed Up to Create More Fallout 76 Content
Part of five-year roadmap
Rust developer Double Eleven has been signed up by Bethesda to help create further Fallout 76 content alongside the main team back in Rockville, Maryland. Confirmed in a blog post on the company's website, the content the studio has worked on is planned to be released later this year after talks began in "late 2020". Even...
News Rust Console Edition Expands with Bigger Maps, Tech Trees, and More
Rust Console Edition, one of the Best PS4 Survival Games, has expanded with its Devastation Unleashed update. Available now on the PlayStation 4, this revision adds some key features to the core experience, including Tech Trees and larger maps of up to three kilometres in size. This should give you a bit more space to settle down. The...
Review Rust Console Edition (PS4) - Ugly Survival Game Has Special Moments
Endure and survive
Rust Console Edition should be rubbish. Double Eleven’s tardy PlayStation 4 translation of the seminal PC survival smash has taken its sweet time to release, and it’s not exactly enjoying the smoothest launch period, with crafting bugs, hit detection hiccups, and some of the most vomit-inducing visuals we’ve seen in years...
News Anticipated Multiplayer Survival Game Rust Launches 21st May on PS4
Playable on PS5 through backwards compatibility
Rust’s long-in-development console port will embrace PlayStation 4 on 21st May, with pre-orders open now. The game – which will be playable on PS5 through backwards compatibility – has been a long time coming, but finally debuted gameplay footage earlier in the month. There will be several tiers...
News Rust Gameplay Video Shows Off the Game Running on PS4 Pro
Survival of the fittest
Rust has been a long time coming on PlayStation 4, but publisher Double Eleven has just posted video proof that the port exists. Embedded above, you can watch 17 minutes of PS4 Pro gameplay, in which two groups of players are engaged in a prolonged shootout. If you ask us, it looks pretty rough, but it's at least relatively...
News Popular Survival Game Rust Finally Coming to PS4 in Spring 2021
When is Rust coming to PlayStation 4? Well, it's been hotly anticipated for quite some time now. The survival game, which has seen a surge in popularity thanks to Twitch streamers, originally launched on PC a few years ago. In the meantime, the console port has been in the works, but it's been delayed and pushed back a few times along...
News Rust PS4 Version Incoming as Popular Survival Sim Gets an Age Rating
Shake it off
Rust, the survival sim that's been available on PC for what seems like an eternity, could finally be coming to PS4 in the near future. Indeed, Rust has been rated by the ESRB, which suggests that it's almost ready to be released. The game was originally meant to hit consoles last year, but after months of silence from developer...
News Long-Awaited Online Survival Game Rust Delayed into 2021 on PS4
Won't make it out in 2020
The year is nearly over, and new game releases will be few and far between until 2021 gets going. One title that was initially planned for release on PlayStation 4 this year was Rust. The popular PC game is making its way to consoles, and was scheduled for a vague 2020 release. Publisher Double Eleven has now come out and...
News When Is Rust Coming to PS5 and PS4?
Survival game still MIA
We'll forgive you if you'd forgotten all about Rust, the popular survival game that was announced for PlayStation 4 over a year ago. It's still a very popular title on PC thanks to its lawless nature; you're thrown into a sandbox environment and must do what you can to stay alive, and other players can help or hinder you...
Review Goat Simulator - Not Baaad But Not the GOAT Either
For goat's sake
Republished on Wednesday 1st January, 2020: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of January 2020's PlayStation Plus lineup. The original text follows. Let's not be sheepish: Goat Simulator has been designed to attract obnoxious YouTube neckbeards like a farmyard does flies. Stop for a second...
News This Is Snooker Goes Head-to-Head with Snooker 19
The thirsty chicken involved
Three people wait for a good PlayStation 4 snooker game, and then two come along at once. Meanwhile, we’re still waiting for a decent tennis title, but we’re not bitter or anything. Anyway, hot on the heels of Snooker 19’s release date announcement, Birmingham-based developer VooFoo has announced This Is Snooker...
Parkour as a mechanic has become synonymous with the first-person shooter genre as of late. The likes of Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare and the Titanfall series brought the art of wall running to the masses, but rarely does a game outside of the FPS family incorporate free running to the point where it’s the way to get about...
The perfect crime
Porting PC simulation games to consoles is fraught with danger, with systemic complexities and control issues abound. Thankfully, Prison Architect manages to avoid most of these pitfalls, and serves as an exemplar of how the genre should make the transition in future. In the game's main mode you'll be presented with a large plot...
News Prison Architect Breaks Free from 28th June on PS4
Prison Architect's been sentenced to a 28th June release date on the PlayStation 4. The long anticipated incarceration simulation has sold over a million copies on the PC, and has been transferred to the PlayStation 4 by top UK dev Double Eleven. This one's available both physically and digitally, and if you pre-order now, you'll...
News Goat Simulator Bleats to PS4, PS3 from 11th August
One-time YouTube smash Goat Simulator will extend a hairy hoof to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 from 11th August, developers Coffee Stain Studios and Double Eleven have announced. The animal-based adventure launched on the Xbox One a little while ago, but we've been pressing the studio about a PlayStation port ever since...
Review Frozen Synapse Prime (PlayStation Vita)
Fail to plan, plan to fail
Never has the phrase ‘No plan survives contact with the enemy’ been truer than when playing Frozen Synapse Prime on the PlayStation Vita. This turn-based tactics game has a real talent for throwing a spanner in the works, forcing you to hastily change your combat plans. Taking on the role of a tactician, you’ll...
Review PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate (PlayStation 4)
Above and beyond
Double Eleven probably didn’t need to put this much effort into PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate, but the British-based studio has anyway. By combining both previous Q-Games developed PixelJunk Shooter games into a single package – as well as fix up a variety of small problems along the way – it's managed to take two of the most...
Review PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD (PlayStation Vita)
If you thought that you'd saved the Tiki tribe from the perilous monster hoards attacking your settlements, then think again. Waves of vicious beasts still roam the wilderness, and Tikiman still only has one defence. It's time to construct towers augmented with powerful weapons and once again protect your kin from being gobbled up in...
News PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD Lays a Trap on 30th July
Somewhere over the rainbow
Double Eleven’s delicious high-definition port of PlayStation Network classic PixelJunk Monsters will crash like a cannonball onto the PlayStation Vita later this month. The British developer has confirmed that the tastefully titled PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD will strut onto Sony’s slick handheld on 30th July in...
News PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD Does the Tango with Destruction on Vita
The fox swat
PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD, an updated port of one of the strongest titles in the PlayStation 3’s digital collection, is set to dance onto the PlayStation Vita this summer. The fruit of a recently revealed publishing partnership between LittleBigPlanet PS Vita developer Double Eleven and Kyoto-based creator Q-Gam
News Limbo Being Ported to Vita by LittleBigPlanet PS Vita Developer
Swapping Sackboy for spiders
LittleBigPlanet PS Vita developer Double Eleven sure is busy these days. Not content with converting Frozen Synapse: Tactics to Sony’s systems, the UK-based studio has also been confirmed as the team behind the recently announced PlayStation Vita port of puzzle platformer Limbo. Chatting with
News Frozen Synapse: Tactics Moves onto PlayStation 3 and Vita
Rounding out a week of great news, LittleBigPlanet Vita developer Double Eleven has announced that it is bringing Mode 7’s popular strategy game Frozen Synapse to the PlayStation 3 and Vita. Frozen Synapse: Tactics, as the port will be called, will release later this year on the PlayStation Network. The title puts you in control of...