A newly announced mode for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront, Supremacy, will see two teams vying for control over, err, control points. Five of them. The mode will also feature all the vehicles available in the game so expect to see a few Tie Fighters and X-Wings flying around as you capture points. Of the control variety.
And by combat we mean using a vehicle to run over lots of zombies. Plus, zombie drive-bys. The Following, which is an expansion to the well received Dying Light, takes the zombie action to a whole new location. Away from the urban sprawl of tin shanty towns, the vast green countryside of The Following looks to be the perfect playground for driving. And hunting zombies.
An over the top dance music caricature that wields a gun-thing with speakers blasting an EDM beat in addition to bullets. Oh, and it also seems to be powered by cans of energy drinks. Yeah, Lúcio is definitely another fun character in what seems to be an Overwatch lineup brimming with fun characters.
After years of people asking Capcom to remake or remaster the 1998 survival horror classic Resident Evil 2, comes official word that it's finally happening. Taking the announcement to Facebook and Youtube, Capcom producer Yoshiaki Hirabyashi announced the news with an apt t-shirt proclaiming "We do it!"
The Souls series has, to me, become like MOBAs -- I respect the passion, love and drive that goes into these games, but damn if I just can't wrap my head around why people put themselves through it. Joaby is something of an expert on them though, and while we oft argue as to why I play every game I do on the hardest difficulty level I can, yet shy from the Souls games, I usualy remind him it's because he's the better glutton for punishment than I and the games just plain scare me.
Master of Orion should be one of the scariest announcements for other strategy publishers out there. Ever. It represents a shift in Wargaming's outlay, where their free-to-play War of series is no longer its only focus, and highlights its directive to become a publisher synonymous with strategy and classic gaming -- something old-schoolers are throwing copious amounts of support behind in the Kickstarter space, which means they should embrace that here.