I was really excited to read that the remaster of GTA: The Trilogy is coming out soon and I want to know if it’s worth getting.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, featuring enhanced graphics plus all three games in one package. Should you get it? Our game experts weigh in.The remastered GTA: The Trilogy is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. We’ve got you covered with the latest in game reviews!
The “gta trilogy remastered” is a remaster of the original 3 GTA games. The game includes new content, and a lot of other features that were not present in the original games. The game was released on October 26th, 2018.
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The Golden Joystick Awards candidates are causing controversy in the Wednesday Inbox, with one reader recommending ElecHead on Steam.
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a chance to win Is anybody concerned about the fact that GTA: The Trilogy will be released in a few days and we have yet to see any meaningful gameplay footage? I get that it would sell anyway, but does Rockstar have to be so open about relying on their brand and reputation?
In the past few weeks, I’ve seen a troubling trend of publishers going out of their way to ensure that customers know as little as possible about games before purchasing them. It started with Call of Duty: Vanguard and the late review copies (and, by the looks of it, Jurassic World Evolution 2), and now it’s Rockstar refusing to share anything about some very pricey remasters. Come to think of it, we haven’t seen much of Skyrim either.
It’s brazen, and I’m sure they’ll all get away with purchasing since people recognize the brands and want to think the games are worth it without having to wait to find out. That is not the case with me. I’ll wait for the reviews… and add a healthy dose of skepticism since I don’t enjoy being duped in this way. Digimite
Currently being worked on After been chosen – along with many others, no doubt – for the Elden Ring Network Test this weekend, I’m looking forward to having a restricted peek at it before the general release in February. After watching the gameplay video a few times, one thing that stands out is the copy and paste movements from Dark Souls 3, with the backstab, riposte, and gestures all being similar.
It makes me wonder how much more the Dark Souls series is influenced by. Bloodborne and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice were distinct enough to stand on their own, while Elden Ring resembles Dark Souls 4 in every way save name.
I know I seem like I’m whining about a game I’ve never played, but I don’t want to be reminded of Dark Souls at every step when it’s named Elden Ring. la mer
GC: Yes, it does sound a little like that. Apart than that, the game hasn’t been completed yet.
Welcome to the Segaverse! When I initially heard about this’super games’ nonsense, my immediate assumption was that Microsoft was enlisting Sega to create their own version of the metaverse.
The Zuckerverse was unveiled last week and seems to be a collection of applications that interact to form a type of super app. I’m not sure why you’d prefer Sega; maybe it’s because of their excellent localization services? boilingover
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Shopping late at night I’ve been trying to obtain one since the PlayStation 5 was released. I work nights and am unable to consistently be awake for the early morning drops, so I rely on my smartphone to keep track of them.
I have a Very account, but it’s aggravating when you find information on Google that includes a list of online merchants to check, but when you go to check, there’s no stock available. It’s as if the knowledge arrives too late, and the stock has already been sold. Sony has to rethink their strategy and offer legitimate buyers a chance to obtain one, while scalpers must be banned. Anon
GC: We agree that Sony’s and Microsoft’s handling of this situation has been appalling. Or, more accurately, they haven’t addressed it at all, allowing the scalpers full rein.
enthralling trailer I just learned about a new game called ElecHead, which is available on Steam for only £7.99. It’s a brilliant puzzle platformer in which you play as a robot that electrifies items, such as lifts, doors, moving platforms, booby traps, and so on.
It has a great design and simple, cool graphics. Here’s a quick look at the trailer. I’ve added another game to my wishlist. Andrew J. is a member of the Andrew J.
1 out of 5 stars I believe that Advance Wars is the finest game of all time, but it’s definitely too narrow to be considered for that honor. I’m sure we all have a personal favorite that wouldn’t necessarily make any list of the best games of all time.
Having saying that, the Golden Joystick Awards nominees’ list is quite long. Of course, there will always be some obvious exclusions. Elite, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and Tomb Raider are all notable omissions. Only one of my own top five games has reached the shortlist, thus I’ll be voting for it (which is Portal).
In terms of best console, the original PlayStation is a clear winner. I never anticipated that the gap between home computer/console graphics and arcade graphics would ever be bridged, having been born in the 1970s. Imagine my surprise when I watched Ridge Racer for the first time on PlayStation. But it wasn’t only the advancement in graphics technology that made a difference. The PlayStation featured a large library of iconic titles and is credited for taking the video game business into the public, for better or ill.
I’m very excited to see who wins, but I wish Portal and PlayStation the best of luck. Kehaar
Two hours have passed. I’ve been playing Jurassic World Evolution 2 and it’s so much better than the first one, for those of you who are dinosaur fans like myself. The visuals are excellent, but the dinosaurs slaughter prey in such a realistic manner. They no longer need feeders; instead, meat eaters just click on them, hit triangle, and they’re filled.
You just plant their meal for leaf and grass eaters, which means no more empty signs. I’ve only had it for about two hours, but I’m delighted I bought it. So much better than the original, and I’ll be pre-ordering it as soon as the DLC becomes available. This is an excellent game. David
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Nominations that have been overlooked I just finished reading the greatest game ever shortlist, and although I understand it’s subjective, I still think it’s rigged.
What’s the deal with Bloodborne not being on that list? How can you have a greatest game ever award and leave out perhaps the finest game of all time?
I mean, I remember how revolutionary Super Mario 64 was when it originally came out, and every gamer of a certain age will recall the classic Space Invaders arcade machine sound. Okay, but the remainder of the list isn’t on my list of the finest video games ever.
It’s Bloodborne all day for me. I’ve never been that obsessed with a game before, and I’ve been playing games for a long time. It’s the only game where I got sucked in and spent a lot of time reading about the lore and all the theories about the different characters and how they ended up the way they did or did the things they did. It completely consumed my life for a few of months, and I know I’m not alone in this.
The Bloodborne subreddit is still active and eager to assist new players, as is the huntersbell sub for anyone in need of co-op assistance. So, despite the fact that it was published in 2015, it continues to attract new players who are drawn in the same way I was.
I’ll get off my soapbox now; I just felt it was necessary to say something. Mitchell
GC: For us, Bloodborne was the first exclusion that sprang to mind. It seems to us that this is more of a selection of the most influential games than a list of the finest games ever. It’s the sole explanation for why Dark Souls and Super Mario Kart were picked to represent their respective studios/franchises.
also-rans in your inbox Activision, I believe, is the source of all this information concerning Call Of Duty 2022 and 2023. It’s as if they’re saying, ‘Don’t worry about this year’s dull event; we’ve got something much better coming up shortly!’ But why produce it in the first place if they know it’ll be boring?! Focus
Why do I get the impression that an open world Sonic the Hedgehog will be a flop? Is it a super game? Most of the time, I wouldn’t trust Sega with an independent game. Tommy
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