Okay, so Street Fighter V now has a confirmed release date of February 16 in North America and Europe (which, one assumes includes Australia). In addition to the release date Capcom has also unveiled Dhalsim as a playable character at Paris Games Week. Plus, details about post-game content which can be earned for free via the game's Fight Money system.
And by right cards we mean capturing the look and feel of the original trilogy better than any game ever released. Visually, there's no doubt that Star Wars Battlefront looks the business, and this cinematic trailer more than sells the amazing work done by developer DICE. If anything it kind of makes you feel a little upset that the game is being released without a story-driven campaign mode.
During a live-stream with GamesRadar, where the game being played was of course Halo 5 on Xbox One, franchise chief Frank O'Connor clarified that bringing the game to PC was "absolutely within the bounds of reason." Citing the just about like-for-like hardware setup of an Xbox One with a modern day PC, bringing the immensely popular shooter to PC shouldn't pose any real technical difficulties.
Discovery is reporting that a huge crowdsourcing initiative is looking to utilise EVE Online's massive player-base to overview microscopic pictures of cells and tissue from humans.
Announced a while back, the Xbox One November Update will be bringing a whole slew of changes to the system. There's the revamped user interface built off Windows 10 that aims to speed up navigation. Plus, highlight the console's community features. And then there's the introduction of Xbox 360 backwards capability, with 100 titles expected to be supported right off the bat. Naturally, that's the big thing to take away from this update -- which is only a few weeks away.
You may not know Courtenay Taylor, but there's a good chance you've met her in gaming and animated form before. Courtenay played Jack in Mass Effect 2 and 3, Ada Wong in Resident Evil 6, Val in Evolve and is Wonder Woman in Justice League Heroes. She's also the main player-created female lead in this year's fully voiced Fallout 4, and we had a chance to chat with her about her role in the game and the process of recording for a post-apocalyptic world.