A Batman: Return to Arkham bundle is set to be released on PS4 and Xbox One this July that will include remastered versions of both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. With development duties handled by Virtuos, the bundle will include the Game of the Year versions of both titles, which includes all downloadable and bonus content.
With E3 around the corner the hype trains are fully stocked and running on schedule. One of the first to depart the hypothetical E3 Hype Station, in this increasingly complicated analogy, is the existence of Resident Evil 7. Oooh. Word has it we'll be getting our first look at Resident Evil 7 at next month's show. And, that this next entry in the long running franchise will go back to its horror roots.
A Dark Souls 3 fan (modder Zulliethewitch) has created a new mod that let's you play the game from a first-person perspective. Based on similar mods from previous games the new perspective does away with limbs, leaving just animated hands and weaponry to direct combat. That may sound like a recipe for chaos, but for the most part it works.
Thankfully you waited until today to ask that question, because trying to answer that without the help of an informative video going over the two sides of the game explaining the ins and outs of the Grand Campaign, battle strategy, and customisation would have taken a while. A long while. So yeah, watch this new video instead.
As a sequel to the game that let players put themselves into the world of Dragon Ball by creating a custom character that travels through time to help out all the other spiky-haired warriors of the world, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 probably won't stray too far from the formula of the first game. But as it's coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC expect a number of upgrades and improvements.
Due to the fact that the world of MOBA's is both a mysterious land of lanes, creeps, heroes, and strategy and a frightening one full of angry people yelling out things like "Go away noob!" and "Quit now, loser!" we'd thought we'd combine the news of new characters/champions/heroes into one tidy, and inclusive, news piece. Which is to say, both League of Legends from Riot and Heroes of the Storm from Blizzard have new characters joining the ranks.
In the highly-plausible (i.e. not) situation where the United States is occupied by a superior military force, players take on the role of a resistance fighter as they struggle to take back the streets of Philadelphia. Available now for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Homefront: The Revolution offers up an extensive single player campaign as well as a co-operative Resistance Mode for up to four players.
The next free update for The Division is set to drop next week, on May 24. In addition to including the game's second Incursion, the Conflict update will also bring a number changes and additions to the game. Including the somewhat controversial option to cut an extraction rope in the Dark Zone. A change that will no doubt benefit the many Rogue Agents that find pleasure in dispensing grief.
While we were lucky enough to see more than just that impactful debut trailer, EA also gave us access to DICE's Daniel Berlin who, while not being able to talk about much, managed to give us bits and pieces on the era, telling the right stories, building authenticity and whether or not horses can climb on board biplanes.
Thanks to a new interview with The Asahi Shimbun, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima casually dropped a few hints about Nintendo's next console-thing, the NX. And when we say hints, we mean cryptic clues worthy of a Sherlock Holmes type to try and figure out. Stuff like "The NX is neither the successor to the Wii U or to the 3DS." Okay, sure. What else?