Tag Archives: Playstation 4

Batman: Return to Arkham release date confirmed, new trailer released

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment announced the official release date for Batman: Return to Arkham and also released a Side-by-Side comparison trailer. Continue reading Batman: Return to Arkham release date confirmed, new trailer released

Sony announces wireless controller adaptor, PlayStation Now for PC and Mac

Sony has announced that video game streaming service, PlayStation Now, and a DualShock 4 USB wireless adapter, will be available for PC and Mac. Australian players will be able to access the 300+ titles available on the service, which include Bioshock Infinite, The Last of Us, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution, from 16th of September for $34.95 AUD.... Continue Reading

Gamescom 2016: Activision announces release dates for new Call of Duty, Skylanders and Destiny

Activision has announced its line-up of game release news at Gamescom 2016, including Call of Duty: Infinite Warfares – Zombie in Spaceland, Skylanders Imaginators and Destiny: Rise of Iron. ... Continue Reading

Video Games Interview: Jeff Gregg chats about World of Tanks arriving on PS4

It looks good and it plays better than it’s predecessors; World of Tanks, Wargaming’s multiplayer phenomenon, has now gone live on Playstation 4, free to play for anyone with a Playstation account irrespective of whether or not they subscribe to Playstation Plus (although the “Plus” members had access to a premium bundle on launch). Maintaining its “free-to-play” philosophy, the game can be downloaded and played instantly with 15v15 online tank warfare, bringing in a tech tree of over 140 historically-accurate, mid-20th century vehicles from the USA, Germany, and the USSR for use during the game. Continue reading Video Games Interview: Jeff Gregg chats about World of Tanks arriving on PS4

Video Games Review: The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 1 (PS4, 2016)

It’s been a while since Telltale Games have visited The Walking Dead franchise, but they certainly haven’t been slacking off. It seems everybody with an established universe wants Telltale to, er…tell a tale using their signature style. The team were simultaneously delivering content for Tales from the Borderlands, Game of Thrones and Minecraft: Story Mode, with the latter still running. Continue reading Video Games Review: The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 1 (PS4, 2016)