We chat with Ubisoft's Nao Higo about the studio's next South Park game!
South Park: The Fractured but Whole Dev Interview!
Thanks to Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we have an Xbox One S to giveaway, and all you need to do is upload a video of your best snipe in a game!
Win an Xbox One S for Being a Top Sniper in any Game!
We take on one of For Honor's multiplayer game modes to test its Feats of Strength!
Hands-On with For Honor's 4v4 Objective Game Mode!
Maps! Modes! Titans! Weapons! Plus, video footage of what you can expect to see.
Our Primer for this Weekend's Titanfall 2 Multiplayer Beta!
Tuesday, 26 April 2016
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:04pm 26/04/16 | 3 Comments

With most titles available across a number of platforms we may be over the whole system-seller days. Well, kind of. Uncharted 4 which is only weeks away from release on the PlayStation 4 looks amazing, no doubt about it. A system-seller in the traditional sense. And after a string of impressive trailers and first looks, today we get the final gameplay trailer. Clocking in at just over 30 seconds it's definitely short and sweet. But there isn't another game currently in development that looks this good. This is next level stuff.

Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:43pm 26/04/16 | 0 Comments

Save the universe. Got it. 25 diverse heroes, all from various galactic backgrounds. Sure. An evil dude who wants to destroy entire systems. Right, but why? And how. Also, where am I? With Gearbox's Battleborn launching next week, figuring out where all the heroes fit into the story can get a little tricky. So to set the scene, and get you up to speed with the world of Battleborn, Gearbox has released a handy three-part motion comic series.

Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:32pm 26/04/16 | 6 Comments

John Romero and Adrian Carmack (no relation to John) have launched a Kickstarter campaign for a new first-person shooter called Blackroom, an "action-packed FPS set in a holographic simulation gone rogue." As a duo who helped create and shape classic shooters like Doom and Quake, Blackroom is being described using all the right old school words and phrases. Words and phrases like classic, violent, weaponised, circle-strafe, and rocket jump make it sound like one of the classic games that the pair worked on in the '90s.

Monday, 25 April 2016
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:36pm 25/04/16 | 1 Comments

For sci-fi fans The Long Journey Home sounds like the perfect game. After the jump drive in your spaceship malfunctions you and your crew find yourselves trapped on the wrong side of the galaxy. So, you'll need to make your way home. To Earth. Taking inspiration from a wide range of sci-fi fare, you'll get to explore a dangerous galaxy, fight for survival, and interact with strange alien races. And all in a very modern procedurally generated galaxy.

Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:18pm 25/04/16 | 0 Comments

In one of those things where if it weren't so then something would be amiss in the universe, Gearbox has confirmed plans to continue the Borderlands franchise. Gearbox CEO and president Randy Pitchford said as much at a recent PAX East panel, "It's no secret, obviously there's going to be another Borderlands." Which is good to know.

Friday, 22 April 2016
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:46pm 22/04/16 | 0 Comments

Hey remember back at E3 last year when Bethesda announced that a competitive card game set in the Elder Scrolls universe was in development? Yeah, well we kind of forgot about it too. Mainly because nothing tangible was shown at the time. But now, as The Elder Scrolls: Legends goes into closed beta we have a new trailer that gives us a look at how it all works. One that will no doubt be familiar to Hearthstone players.

Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:51pm 22/04/16 | 0 Comments

Which is to be expected when a game is published by Devolver Digital. But even so, with its anime-inspired look and wonderful art direction and animation, Ruiner (from developer Reikon Games) look like one to keep an eye out for. Set for release later this year on Windows, Mac, and Linux, the new teaser trailer for the game not only sets the tone for a frantic stylish action game but it's just, well, cool.

Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:35pm 22/04/16 | 5 Comments

Mirror's Edge Catalyst, which according to my cats-as-historical-wartime-figures calendar was due for release late May. Well, not so anymore with the release date pushed back a few weeks until June 9 (June 7 for North America). In cat calendar terms that moves it from the tail-end (no pun intended) of kitten Julius Caeser, to the beginnings of Siamese Mao Zedong's rein of cuteness. Anyway, the reasons for the delay are due to the social play features of the game.

Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:21pm 22/04/16 | 1 Comments

After reading through our recent hands-on with Boss Key Productions' LawBreakers, you'll probably want to just jump right in an check it out for yourself. And with an Alpha test coming up soon you may get that chance. So, what are you waiting for? Sign up now. And when you're done come back and check out the awesome "in-your-face-mutha-effers" trailer.

Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:26pm 22/04/16 | 0 Comments

The arena shooter is making a serious comeback in the wake of the military shooter running the show for the past number of years, and it looks like the evolution is just right, while maintaining a sense of history to where it all began.

Nathan "nachosjustice" Lawrence recently took Boss Key Productions' debut arena shooter, LawBreakers, for a hands-on spin.

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