After making its console debut on the Xbox One, Cities: Skylines is back again with the very easy to understand title - Cities: Skylines - PlayStation 4 Edition. Self explanatory really, and with development duties being handled once again by Melbourne-based Tantalus Media, expect this to play just as well. In that it works as a console game, and if you don't have a gaming PC its a great way to experience Cities: Skylines.
Okay, so two items on the long list of most fan-requested Overwatch features and changes are coming with the next update. First off, and this is a big one, is a complete revamp to the Highlight Reel system. So, instead of the game storing its own highlights that disappear as soon as you log off, now they'll last a lot longer. Plus, players will also be able to set bookmarks in-game to capture and then export their own highlights at even higher qualities than the settings they use to play!
One of the surprise reveals at Ubisoft's E3 conference was the very cool Beyond Good and Evil 2 cinematic trailer that closed out the show. It displayed a strange and exciting sci-fi world full of character, colour, and action. What we didn't see though was any gameplay, with Creative Director Michel Ancel stating that with work on the engine complete, development on the actual game portion has only just begun.
It's that time of year again, when the weather heats up for our friends up north and we brave the cold by staying indoors and snapping up a few bargains at the annual Steam Summer Sale. With the theme this year being around a sticker book. That, and great deals on games. Click through for some of our picks.
And to make it even more impressive, in a "well now, would you look at that" sort of way, it's a life-size recreation too. Created in Unity for the Microsoft Hololens by software developer Abhishek Singh, he shows off his creation with a demonstration in New York's Central Park. Dressed as Mario to boot.
Announced at its E3 conference last week, much to the surprise and joy of everyone in attendance, Ubisoft's Skull and Bones was a dream come true for anyone that wanted a full pirate game based on the ship-to-ship combat found in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. Which was basically everyone that played it.
In a new interview with Uncharted developers Naughty Dog over at Eurogamer, we get word from the team that the Uncharted series could and probably will continue after the release of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy in August. After Uncharted 4 served as the swan song for series protagonist Nathan Drake many wondered, or expected that it would serve as the last Uncharted game for quite a while.
Earlier this year ZeniMax managed to win a $500 million outcome on its lawsuit against the Facebook-owned Oculus for illegally using its VR technology. A staggering amount of money, offset by the equally staggering fact that for Facebook that figure isn't enough to cause any major damage to its brand. But, that's just the opening salvo as ZeniMax are looking to block sales of Oculus Rifts or impose a 10-year 20% royalty fee. Plus, increase the damages to... 1 billion dollars.
Yeah, the game maker and streaming platform equivalent of a Dream Team (see: the 1992 United States men's Olympic basketball team), are partnering with popular streamers from Australia and New Zealand for ANZ Community Battles. Which means they'll get to pick members of their communities to play Overwatch, Quake Champions, or PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS in official gaming tournaments. And it starts next week with Overwatch!