As anyone who’s been playing Fallout: New Vegas recently can attest, glitches in video games can be a pain. One minute you’re saving the wasteland, the next you’re stuck halfway inside a wall and no amount of jumping, crouching or analogue stick jigging can get you ou
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In the last twenty years video games have expanded their narrative range immeasurably. We’ve seen storied film directors like Steven Spielberg speak at length about the capacity for gaming to tell compelling tales, and we’ve seen digital characters grow from tiny collections of square pixels to incredibly life-like avatars that can express the entire gamut of emotions through complex facial animations.
No game has ever given me the internal conflict which Fallout: New Vegas can evoke. I adored Fallout 3, and being excited for months to throw this disc-based journey through the wasteland into my PS3 you cannot imagine my disappointment when I realised “wow, this is the exact same game”.
Every September the Japanese games industry descends on Tokyo to begin hyping its releases for the next couple of years and although the industry in Japan has waned lately, they still had plenty to talk about this year. The big players in the industry like Microsoft, Sony, EA and Capcom all had press events full of interesting new titles and Adam El Araby is here to give you the lowdown on everything you need to know.
The Eurogamer Expo has been around since 2008 and this year it took place in a packed Earl’s Court Arena in London. Many of the world’s biggest publishers were on hand to show off their wares for the coming year and Adam El Araby was there to check it out first hand
Adam El Araby reviews Bungie’s latest and last instalment in the Halo series.