Big Games Coming In 2015
So far it has been an unbelievable year for games and we are only midway through.
There’s still an awesome line up of big games coming our way before the end of the holiday season. Here is a healthy look at what is in store for you in the coming months.
Games based on movies always have had a tough time, but if Warner Bros.’ upcoming Mad Max game discovers any more of the amazing Mad Max: Fury Road universe, it should be just acceptable. Now you will find open-world, high-speed vehicular war, and consuming dog food all in one place.
Guitar Hero Live
Time to warm your fingers because the new Guitar Hero Live has a restyled controller that’s going to test your strumming skills. Certain stuff is unchanged to help rock to pop classics in your living room. Guitar Hero Live will bring alive your dreams to be on stage, in first-person, and in front of a live-action audience.
The game allows you to be backstage with a live-action band and walk through the enthusiastic crowd of thousands of screaming fans. If you perform well, the fans will love you, but you goof up and you will face the anger of the jeering crowd and your thwarted band buddies.
Rise of the Tom Raider
Lara Croft has recuperated from the unimaginable amount of injuries she endured during her time in Yamatai and she is back for a brand new, probable agonising adventure. Where last time her only objective was to stay alive, this time she’s is keen on finding an individual purpose and proof that she is not crazy as everyone thinks. So Lara will have to use every technique in her book to reach that goal, up to and including fighting bears.
Tearaway makes the most of all of PS Vita’s genuine Swiss Army knife of sensors and buttons to produce an experience that truly puts you in limelight. Brilliant as Tearaway is, it’s still limited to Sony’s quiet little handheld, and that means very few people have been able to appreciate it. That’s where Tearaway Unfolded comes in.
Tearaway Unfolded does not just decode the experience onto PS4 and, more significantly, DualShock 4 – it adds to it. Sure, you can use the touchpad to make your in-game conceptions, but you can also install the companion app for a better, more detailed canvas.
An impressive space quest where a group of oddballs from across the universe fight for the destiny of the last living star, Battleborn shoots for epic scale without overlooking the mischievous repartee and madness that has endeared players to Gearbox games before. Playing to Gearbox’s strong points in a whole new galaxy, this looks sheer fun in outer space.
by techtalks @TechTalks August 5, 2015 12:54 PM UTC