News items tagged with journey

News Roundup: October 2, 2011

News Roundup: October 2, 2011

FIFA 12 and X-Men: Destiny led the releases this week as we close out September and say hello to the incredibly busy fall season. Look for our reviews on both of these titles shortly. While Batman:...

By Rob Keyes on 18 September 2018
2012 Spike Video Game Awards Nominees Announced

2012 Spike Video Game Awards Nominees Announced

It’s once again that time of the year: time for the Spike Video Game Awards. Over the years the Spike VGAs have grown in prominence, both as a major televised industry event and a place to showcase...

By Anthony Taormina on 18 September 2018
The Monthly Game Guide

The Monthly Game Guide

Last month, we spoke of the phenomenon known only as The Summer Lull. During the Lull, less and less games are released causing gam...

By Anthony Mole on 17 September 2018
2012 Spike Video Game Awards: Winners

2012 Spike Video Game Awards: Winners

The 10th Annual Spike Video Game Awards are now behind us, and while in past years we have criticized the shows awards but applaude...

By Anthony Taormina on 17 September 2018
March 2012 Release Schedule

March 2012 Release Schedule

March. It goes in like a lion and out like a lamb. Unless of course, we’re talking about video games, in which case it’s always lik...

By Anthony Mole on 16 September 2018
‘Journey,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ & ‘Far Cry 3’ Lead D.I.C.E. Awards Nominations

‘Journey,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ & ‘Far Cry 3’ Lead D.I.C.E. Awards Nominations

The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) has announced the nominees for the 16th annual Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain (D.I.C.E.) Awards. Leading the pack this year is thatgame...

By Jeff Schille on 16 September 2018
10 Best Video Game Endings

10 Best Video Game Endings

For many gamers, the mark of a great video game comes at the tail end of the campaign, when the story wraps up in its final presentat...

By Boston Blake on 14 September 2018
Top 10 Co-op Games of 2012

Top 10 Co-op Games of 2012

Throughout the years of the current console generation, we’ve seen more and more publishers feel the need to add in multiplayer f...

By Rob Keyes on 26 August 2018
E3 2011 Awards: Nominations

E3 2011 Awards: Nominations

[Update: The Game Rant Best of E3 2011 Award Winners have been announced!] Leading up to E3, the Game Rant team put together a pair of lists of our most anticipated confirmed games E3 2011 and our...

By Rob Keyes on 25 August 2018
Best Video Game Music

Best Video Game Music

While graphics and story often draw most of the praise, video game music can be as memorable and beautiful as any other aspect of game design. It’s nearly impossible to pick favorite video game s...

By Melissa Loomis on 09 May 2018
Weekly Video Game News Roundup: May 26th

Weekly Video Game News Roundup: May 26th

In this roundup, we wonder why Jenova Chen thinks games aren’t good enough for adults, do a double-take with EA’s generous proposition to indie studios, stare at some Resistance: Burning Skies sc...

By Curt Hutson on 28 April 2018
5 Best Games of 2012...So Far

5 Best Games of 2012...So Far

As we reach the mid-point of 2012 it’s time to look back on the first part of the year and all of the games that released to either glorious fanfare, or relative secrecy. While the quality of p...

By Anthony Taormina on 28 April 2018
Top 10 Games of 2012

Top 10 Games of 2012

With the next generation of consoles looming in the horizon, 2012-2013 were assumed by many to be years loaded with games that wouldn’t exceed our expectations. However, in place of an overwhel...

By Anthony Taormina on 28 April 2018
Free PlayStation Plus Games for September 2016

Free PlayStation Plus Games for September 2016

PlayStation Plus prices go up starting September 22, so Sony is looking to impress with this month’s line-up, which includes both Journey and Lords of the Fallen. September is a huge month...

By Rory Young on 31 August 2016
New Abzu Gameplay Trailer

New Abzu Gameplay Trailer

E3 2016 has featured some incredible blockbuster announcements, but some indie games – like Giant Squid’s upcoming ABZU – look breathtakingly beautiful as well. While Sony’s E3 2016 presentation migh...

By Cody Gravelle on 14 June 2016
Burring the Line Between Video Games and Film

Burring the Line Between Video Games and Film

The Last of Us‘ cinematography and intense story reignite the debate over video games as art. Screenshot by Michael Carson on Flickr.   Film critic Roger Ebert famously said that video games would...

By Melissa Loomis on 01 January 1970