Avalanche Studios have released a new trailer that offers the clearest look yet at their upcoming third-person action/adventure/mayhem simulator Just Cause 3. I say clearest because the trailer comes in delicious, crystalline 4K. Continue reading Just Cause 3 running in 4K looks absolutely bananas
Harmonix are set to release the first major update for their rhythm game revival Rock Band 4 next month. The update will bring better calibration, new score challenges and more. Continue reading Rock Band 4‘s first big update arrives December 8
In many ways, Call of Duty: Black Ops III has to deal with the same design problems that Advanced Warfare, and even Ghosts, had to deal with. What can you do to keep a franchise that ruled the roost in one hardware generation fresh and interesting while still providing new ideas and features that move things forward in a worthwhile way? Continue reading Video Games Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops III (PS4, 2015)
Friends and adventurers, the promised time is at hand. Vault 111 is opening and the Commonwealth awaits.
War. War never changes. Continue reading Video Games Review: Fallout 4 (PS4, Xbox One, 2015)
The Need for Speed franchise has been a lot of things to a lot of different audiences over the years. But with such a large back catalogue comes bloat and mis-steps as the well of new ideas goes dry. With the back-to-basics reboot Need for Speed, the series is given the chance to head in some much-needed new directions. Sadly, even with a completely clean slate, Need for Speed still doesn’t seem to know which direction to head in first. Continue reading Video Games Review: Need for Speed (PS4, 2015)
With many fans of the series still wary after last year’s disastrous Assassin’s Creed Unity, Ubisoft are aware that they need to stick the landing with Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. The good news is that Syndicate, though it has problems of its own, is never weighed down by them and constitutes a welcome return to form. Continue reading Video Games Review: Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (Xbox One, 2015)
Blizzard have revealed two new retail editions for their upcoming shooter Overwatch during the game’s panel at the BlizzCon fan convention. They also dropped a trailer that reveals the game’s final three playable characters.
In huge news for Blizzard fans, the developer’s team-shooter Overwatch will come to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in tandem with its release on PC. Continue reading Blizzard’s Overwatch now coming to PS4 and Xbox One, releases “Spring 2016”
Gearbox’s forthcoming MOBA-inspired shooter Battleborn will miss it’s February 9 release date, slipping to May 3, according to publisher 2K Games. Continue reading Gearbox’s Battleborn has been delayed into May 2016
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the JRPG Tales series, developers Bandai Namco Studios and tri-Crescendo have returned to their bread and butter for the 15th iteration in the series, Tales From Zestiria. Where 2011 and 2012s Tales of Xillia games attempted a one off trip into a modern setting, Zestiria draws the gap on any disparateness by presenting a thematically similar game to many of its predecessors.... Continue Reading