Reboots are all the rage these days, but as long as they result in quality on Tomb Raider’s level, I’m cool with them. Eidos Montreal today has posted online your first look at Thief’s protagonist in action, and this sure ain’t the Thief you remember. It’s something a lot more exciting.
Eidos Montreal — the people that brought you Deus Ex: Human Revolution — have announced their next game, and it’s the long-awaited return of a classic: Thief. What’s more, it’s being made for next-gen consoles like the PS4.
I know what you’re thinking. How can a featurette about the Tomb Raider reboot’s musical score blow your mind? Trust me on this.
The Ouya news just keeps rolling in. The $99 Android-based TV console just landed another launch partner and title, in Square Enix’s Final Fantasy III.
Almost two years ago, Square Enix released its MMO game Final Fantasy XIV — to the resounding applause of no one. Now, a completely overhauled, remade-from-scratch FFXIV has been announced. Will it make players forget the original version?
No sooner do we find out that the most anticipated game of the year — BioShock Infinite — has been delayed to 2013, than we get hit with another blow. Go ahead and scratch Tomb Raider off the 2012 release list, too.
Portal proved that there’s a market for (and maybe even invented) the “First-Person Puzzler” genre. Square Enix and Airtight Games (Dark Void) are talking up what sounds like the next big entry in this new category: Quantum Conundrum.
Check out this John Woo-esque short film made to unveil a brand new IP from Square Enix London called Sleeping Dogs — a gritty crime thriller dealing with the Hong Kong Triads.
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