Five years in the making and we've finally got that sequel to the excellent Deus Ex: Human Revolution! With Deus Ex: Mankind Divided pretty much picking things up right where that game ended. Once again you take control of Augmented super cop Adam Jensen as the world around him seems to be falling apart with hatred, terrorism, and an over abundance of human-sized, security-free, ventilation systems. Click through for our review!
What's a PlayStation Now you might be asking? Well, its a streaming service that allows you to play over 400 PlayStation 3 games including Uncharted, The Last of Us, God of War, and more. Assuming that you live in the US or Europe, because it's not available in Australia. But hey, it's coming to Windows PCs in the near future which is a pretty big deal. In those countries that aren't Australia. But, as a consolation prize we will be getting a DualShock 4 adapter for PC on our shores.
In 2008 Rare was planning to release a HD remake of its classic '90s Nintendo 64 shooter, GoldenEye 007. A hallmark release that at the time proved that the first-person shooter could work on consoles. And that they could include great multiplayer to boot. The in-house project was just about finished too, but due to licensing issues with both the James Bond name and GoldenEye itself, it sadly never came to be.
With the game out now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC (our review will be up soon), Square Enix has released details on what the inevitable Season Pass for the game will have in store for players. And it's kind of what you'd expect to find, a few new story missions plus a bunch of weapons, skins, credits, and crafting materials. Click through for the details.
In an in-depth interview around South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Ubisoft's Nao Higo gives us a look at the studio's relationship with Matt and Trey and South Park Studios, how they've brought the relationship closer together and how they've pushed the South Park creators to make the absolute best game they can.
And how! With an evocative art-style that's feels like the pairing of LittleBigPlanet with the very-weird French films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet -- like Delicatessen and The City of Lost Children. With Bandai Namco publishing, Little Nightmares comes from Swedish developer Tarsier Studios. In it players take control of a small girl in a yellow raincoat who has been transported to The Maw, a place where nightmares are all too real.