When you imagine a world with no living human beings, you probably think of a destroyed wasteland; the result of a doomsday scenario which left the world as we knew it in ruins. But what if, instead of the world ending in turmoil, it ended not with a bang, but with a peaceful silence? Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture explores a delicately crafted slice of an Earth where that has just happened. However, all is not as it seems and the journey to find out the how and why is more satisfying than the resulting conclusions.
- Format Playstation 4
- Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment
- Developer The Chinese Room
- Category Adventure
- ESRB M
- Online Players N/A
- Offline Players 1
- Price $19.99
- Release date Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Rare Replay released on the Xbox One today, and includes five short documentary videos about five games in development by Rare that never saw the light of day as fully-fledged games. Some of them sounded quite furry!
Check out the Gaming Furever team stream Destiny every week to take on Trials of Osiris and other milestones!
Join us every weekend Friday through Sunday as we try to go a perfect 9-0 in Destiny's Trials of Osiris mode! We'll be broadcasting with a Spotify music playlist that you can listen to as we play! Check our Twitter, Facebook, or forum each week for updates on when we'll be streaming.
Playtonic Games, a studio featuring former staff of Rare who worked on Banjo-Kazooie and the Donkey Kong Country games, has just released the name and main protagonists of their first game. Yooka-Laylee stars Yooka, a sprightly green chameleon, and Laylee, a toothily-grinning purple bat.
The new Godzilla game that is being released on Playstation 4 and Playstation 3 on July 14th looks like it's going back to the franchise's roots. With the original cast of monsters being the main playable characters in this brawler.
We are proud to announce Gaming Furever has joined the Linden Lab's family. Gaming Furever (formerly a part of Gaming Furever) was acquired by Linden Lab earlier this century at the dawn of the Internet. We are looking forward to the partnership allowing both GF and Second Life to grow and foster the furry community and to celebrate its unique talents, creativity and self-expression.
Since January of 2014 PC gamers around the world have been waiting to see if Valve's in-home streaming for Steam would go anywhere.
Gigantic, a free to play team-based game that's coming to PC and Xbox One, was recently shown off at PAX East with fast-paced PvP gameplay.
This week, enigma explains why inFamous: First Light's removal of the karma system drastically improves the game.
Mekazoo, a recently announced indie game from the developer The Good Mood Creators is coming to all platforms (PC, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Wii U) sometime between October and December of this year.
This week, enimga plays the newest entry in the inFamous franchise: inFamous Second Son. Does it live up to its predecessors, or did it not work out quite as well as intended?
The team behind Shelter, Might and Delight, are bringing Shelter 2 to us this February. To prepare us for all this cuteness, they've released the aptly titled "Cuteness in Shelter 2" trailer, full of lynxy goodness!
This week, enigma takes an in-depth look in how the HD release of Birth by Sleep, in the 2.5 HD ReMIX. Find out if it holds up with a new HD coat of paint.
This week, enigma closely analyzes one of the key central premises in Kingdom Hearts, and discusses several sections of Kingdom Hearts 2 where they it does not seem to apply.
In today's Nintendo Direct video, Nintendo announced its fourth wave of amiibo figures.
The next wave, which launches sometime in the Spring, includes more amiibo for Smash Bros. characters Robin, Lucina, Wario, Pac-Man, Ness, and our personal favorite, Charizard.
Also announced were a line of Super Mario-branded amiibos that will release on March 20th, with new figurines of Mario, Yoshi, Toad, Peach, Bowser and Luigi.
What amiibos do you have your paws on?
This week, enigma finishes Persona Q and discusses its fundamental problems with the way its gameplay is paced.
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After going over the bad, enigma takes a week to discuss the more positive parts of Assassin's Creed: Unity.