In a move that is uncharacteristically Ubisoft in its execution (because hey, nothing can stop the Assassin's flowing), comes word that the perpetually hyped Tom Clancy's The Division has been pushed back to 2016. The ambitious multiplayer post-apocalyptic survival game, which first made its debut at E3 2013, is now set for release within the first three months of 2016.
Remakes, we all like them. Or tolerate them. Or even, allow them to exist without too much fuss because they're all over the place. Holy crap, the remakes are coming! Save us! It's gotten to the point where it looks like developers aren't even trying anymore. Case in point, the original Gears of War and Dishonored, two games that are now rumoured to be swept up in the great Remake Plague of 2015.
Producer of many a Castlevania, Koji Igarashi, has announced a new spiritual successor called Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night via Kickstarter. And with a name so '90s it makes Castlevania: Symphony of the Night sound modern, it's no wonder that Bloodstained has already surpassed its initial crowd-funding goal.