Milestone only released their last motorcycle racer, Ride, back in May. A scant few months later and the developer is dropping their second racing sim for the year in MotoGP 15. Despite being the closest thing MotoGP fans have to a Gran Turismo of their own, MotoGP 15 still feels more evolutionary than revolutionary. Continue reading Video Games Review: MotoGP 15 (PS4, 2015)
The Talos Principle launched late last year and quickly established itself as one of 2014’s best/most infuriatingly challenging puzzle titles. It’s first major expansion, Road to Gehenna, arrives July 23. Continue reading The Talos Principle gets huge expansion July 23
Telltale Games have made an appearance at Minecon 2015 in London over the weekend, bringing the first trailer for their next episodic adventure, Minecraft: Story Mode. Continue reading Patton Oswalt battles creepers in first trailer for Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode
Valve’s free-to-play shooter Team Fortress 2 has received its latest annual update, called the Gun Mettle update. It arrives this week and will bring a pile of new weapons, three fresh maps, new taunts and a brand new contract system to the game, in addition to a number of tweaks to all eight classes. Continue reading Team Fortress 2‘s Gun Mettle update adds contracts, weapons, maps and more
Blizzard’s MOBA/hero brawler Heroes of the Storm kicks off its first major promo campaign today with the launch of the Eternal Conflict update. The Diablo-themed update brings new playable hero The Butcher as well as a new battleground, mount, fresh mercs, Treasure Goblins and more.... Continue Reading
To say TT Games’ ever-expanding stable of Lego-branded video games has been successful is to undersell just how wildly popular their games have been and continue to be. Their stubborn inclusion of couch co-op coupled with clever leveraging of beloved film properties have created a new kind of movie tie-in game. Lego Jurassic World continues this trend, roping in content from all four Jurassic Park movies with a few new gameplay mechanics to fit.... Continue Reading
Batman: Arkham Knight developer Rocksteady Studios has taken control of the problematic PC version of their latest release. The game’s first patch arrived over the weekend but, according to the studio themselves, their work is far from over.