A few hours from now, you'll all be able to get your hands on the trial version of Mad Riders, Techland's latest title. Technically, this new racing game is quite colorful, with highly detailed tracks, quite an impressive draw distance and the fastest framerate you've seen in a while. The game also runs very smoothly, with almost no pop-up or aliasing issues to be seen. The only catch is you must accept a rather poor physics engine and the very arcadey controls which go with it. Not sure everyone will appreciate it, but hey, that's what demos are for. Update: Two video added along with the launch trailer.
And then just in 2017 we have: [url] From Japanese developers. (1 minute ago)
On the subject, anyone here remembers Keiji Inafune's quote about Japanese developers? Then he went to do Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z (sorry for mentioning it) and Mighty No. 9, real "gems". (2 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Because some things in life should be enjoyed by everybody. :) (13 minutes ago)
@Megido: Some games, though extremely rare, do transcend genres and should be played regardless of a person's opinion about said genre. Same with movies, books, music, etc. (14 minutes ago)
@droezelke: Now, why did you have to go and ask me that?! Goddamn, I was going to post some of the reviews' last paragraph, but it would fill this so much. I will do so when GSY does a P5 news article (14 minutes ago)
How can it be essential if it is only for FPS fans? How can it be essential if it is only for RTS fans? How can it be essential if it is only for fighting games fans? How can it... (15 minutes ago)
How can it be essential if it's only for people that enjoy video games? It's not air! (36 minutes ago)