Insomniac Games' Ted Price got on stage today at Microsoft's E3 press conference to talk about their newest title Sunset Overdrive. Taking place in a "growing world" where new content such as new weapons can be added daily in a stylized, open-world game that's influenced by the players.
This is where Ted showed the reveal trailer (with no actual gameplay), which showed off a vivid world taken over by zombie-esque ghouls that have taken over the game's city. The first character ran speedily through the city, in what looked like Mirror's Edge gameplay turned up to 11. This character was met by two others, with one fighting back the monsters with a vinyl-shooting gun. This one's looking pretty interesting, so hopefully it doesn't end up like Fuse!
When Microsoft bombarded us with a barrage of upcoming games at its 2013 E3 press conference, one of the titles that stood out was Insomniac Games' Sunset Overdrive. Maybe it was because of the bright color palette, maybe it...more
After petitions, clamoring, and general unrest from PlayStation fans, Insomniac has taken to the web to explain that Sunset Overdrive is still very much an Xbox One exclusive. To clarify, Insomniac's Tim Salvitti states, "Pet...more
While we've only really seen a conceptual trailer for the eye-catching Sunset Overdrive, I'm hopeful this will be a return to form for developer Insomniac Games. It's post-apocalyptic, but not in the usual drab way. Speaking ...more
In retrospect, if there was one game I would've liked to hear more about at E3, it was Insomniac's Sunset Overdrive. The vibrant open-world shooter was a standout title at Microsoft's press conference early last week and, unf...more
The prize for this Ultimate Thief Mod contest is so good that even my spoiled ass wants to enter!
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Oh you didn't forget, did you? There's going to be a Need for Speed movie, and it's going to star Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul. The first trailer for the movie has plenty of cliché going for it, you know, the same kind of stuff you've seen from movies about racing cars before.
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