Kat from Gravity Rush and Emmett Graves from Starhawk make their way to PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale very soon.
I hear a rumour, just a rumour mind you, that it’s Friday once again? If this rumour does turn out to be true (and I have reason to believe this may indeed be the case), then it can only mean one thing.
If enjoyably chaotic multiplayer is what you're after, Starhawk's a good bet, even if a headset is probably a necessity for anyone who wants to devote serious time to it. The PlayStation 3 has been crying out for a few more great multiplayer games and Starhawk fits the bill nicely.
That's right, it's Monday so the GODCAST RETURNS! The regular crew of Adam, Calvin, Terry and Tony return to give you their unique take on the news of the week, whilst telling what they've been playing as well as their favourite achievement/trophy of the week.
Hello and welcome to the first A Week in Gaming of 2012 here on GodisaGeek! I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas and New Year, and are looking forward to another brilliant year of news, reviews, and articles from the team. So let us start things off the way we intended to continue, and […]
Up until now you’ve seen a small taste of gameplay, a look at the Build & Battle system, and some snippets of multiplayer action from Stawhawk. The E3 2011 trailer below introduces the Starhawk universe, including the main character Emmett Graves. Emmett must navigate through a brutal playground of large-scale combat where the tide of […]
Dylan Jobe talks about Starhawk and answers some common questions about the game. The key innovation is Build & Battle, which lets the player place towers, launchpads, turrets and more wherever they like on the battlefield and in real-time, without ever taking their finger off the trigger or leaving the fray. This applies to both the [...]