Ready at Dawn Studios News


Lone Echo Impressions from Oculus Connect 3

By Asif Khan, Oct 13, 2016 1:00pm PDT

This upcoming Oculus Touch title from Ready At Dawn Studios is an immersive zero gravity experience matched with intense multiplayer gameplay.


Deformers Preview: Squishy Smash-'Em-Up

By Cassidee Moser, Jun 02, 2016 9:00am PDT

Ready at Dawn's latest combines adorably weird creatures and fast-paced arena brawling. 


Final Score: The Order: 1886

By Josh Hawkins, Feb 20, 2015 6:00pm PST

The Order: 1886 looked to be a hit, but does it stand up to the hype? Things aren't looking good as we put it to the test in today's Final Score.


"First original console game. And choice.. More choice. I was so ready for that ending to let ..."

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Until Dawn Impressions: Horror Movie Survival Challenge

By Steven Wong, Dec 19, 2014 1:00pm PST

Wearing nothing but a towel, our character tries to survive Until Dawn. Do we have what it takes to outsmart a horror movie? Our impressions. 


"Man, that looks pretty cool. Back when Heavy Rain came out, I really hoped others would follow ..."

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The Order: 1886 Impressions: Don't Get Caught

By Steven Wong, Dec 18, 2014 11:30am PST

We get hands-on with The Order: 1886, and make our way across a giant airship. Check out how well we do as Victorian-Era Aurthurian knights in our impressions.


"I was quite interested in this game until they started with the "We aim for 30fps because it's ..."

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God of War for Vita was considered by Ready at Dawn, but dropped

By Steve Watts, Mar 22, 2012 10:00am PDT

Ready at Dawn's CEO says the studio was "floated" the possibility of a Vita God of War game, but it didn't "align with what we wanted."


"Really? Why? The psp version of the game was fantastic for the hardware they were using this ..."

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God of War PSP Collection re-renders cutscenes for 1080p

By Steve Watts, Aug 12, 2011 2:00pm PDT

The God of War: Origins Collection is giving the PSP games an overhaul -- and in this case, that means serious visual tweaks to the pre-rendered cutscenes, bringing them up to par with the rest of the game.


"This was one of the biggest problems of the original collection of PS2 games. I am glad to see ..."

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