Out of control
Control's a pretty good game, but it's hindered by some frustrating technical issues on PlayStation 4, as noted in our review. Providing some additional insight into the title's dodgy performance, Digital Foundry's new video is well worth a watch. As the accompanying article points out
Xbox 360 exclusive on the way
Update: Remedy Entertainment has told Eurogamer.net that it "could bring Alan Wake to different platforms if we so choose", suggesting a PlayStation 4 port could very well happen in the future. However, it added that it has nothing to announce now, and that it's "fully focused" on Control, which is due out next month...
There’s a strange story doing the rounds that PlayStation may be partnering with Max Payne developer Remedy on a new game. It’s worth noting that the platform holder has already been fairly pally with the Finnish studio since it signed marketing rights to upcoming third-person shooter Control, but some feel that the
Assuming direct control
Despite Sony stressing they'd be bringing only four games with them to E3 this year, it was generally accepted there'd be something more on display, even if it was just small. Not only did Sony show off a plethora of trailers during what was sort of an intermission for the people there in-person, there were some pretty big...
To be published by 505 Games
We already knew that Remedy had expanded its engine's support to the PlayStation 4, but now its next game has been confirmed for Sony's system. The Finnish developer – who's long been one of Microsoft's primary partners – is working on a title called Project 7, a cinematic third-person shooter set in "a new...
Will release next game on Sony's system
After a prolonged period of Xbox exclusivity, Max Payne maker Remedy Entertainment has revealed its intent to release its next game on the PlayStation 4. The developer – most recently behind slow seller Quantum Break – has said that it's adding support for Sony's system to its proprietary Northlight...
Studio working on new game with new partner
Remedy released Quantum Break to a somewhat muted response a couple of months ago, but now the Finnish firm is beginning to look to the future. And its outlook may include the PlayStation 4, as it's stated on its website that it's "developing a brand new game with a new partner". The company has been...
Max Payne stealth released on the PlayStation Store as a refreshed PlayStation 2 title for the PlayStation 4 recently, so we figured that we'd take it for a spin to see how it holds up. You can watch us play through an hour or so via the video embedded above, and remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel for much more content like...
Back in the hazy beginnings of this generation one of our most anticipated games was Alan Wake
The XBOX 360-exclusive horror shooter always looked right up our alley, but Remedy took so long to deliver the game that we'd long moved on when it released. We were playing PlayStation 3 and establishing PushSquare by the time the game out. Tellingly, we've never actually played the game — even though..