With the Star Wars Battlefront II Reddit AMA now over, there's a disclaimer on the page "Yes, they are answering, but half of the time they're being mass-downvoted, so the answers can be hard to find." Which should clue you in to just how forgiving people are about the game this week. In fact, one might draw the conclusion that The Empire is more beloved.
And when we don't throw out the D word lightly here at AusGamers. With the original 2013 PC release of Marvel Heroes including design and input from Diablo veteran David Brevik, it was a free-to-play title that stood out from most. And in a surprise announcement, especially when you consider that Marvel Heroes Omega only just got a console release this year, comes word that it's shutting down.
Which is impressive. But, our ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1070 Ti was already running Destiny 2 at a blistering frame-rate on our current 1080p screen on maximum settings. So, this would probably only benefit those playing at higher resolutions. Of course the new driver also signals the release of Star Wars Battlefront II.
Yeah, plenty of venom in that there headline. Once again, a post-release pay-to-????? model was a planned implementation for the latest Call of Duty, however, in this instance the game is having a handful of online issues that has developer Sledgehammer delaying its launch of the microsotransaction service until later this month.
In an embarrassing display of misinformation, the Russian Ministry of Defence utilised a screenshot from a little-known game called AC-130 Gunship Simulator in a tweet. Stating "ISIS automobile convoy leaves Abu Kamal for Syrian-Iraqi border (November 9th, 2017)" - with the implication being that the US was providing support and cover.
According to the Wall Street Journal the deal is very closed to being signed for a new animated Super Mario Bros. movie from Universal Animation, the studio behind the Minion movies and others. For those wondering why we haven't gotten a new Mario film, one only needs to look at 1993's Super Mario Brothers travesty.
Recently SEGA and Creative Assembly announced a new class of Total War games, the Saga series. Standalone games built from existing historical time periods already visited by the series. Like Napoleon and Attila, these games will focus on single moments or periods in history. And today's announcement of Thrones of Britannia will kick things off in Viking-style.
With the biggest unreleased titles out now and coming soon to PlayStation 4 and PSVR playable on Wednesday November 22. PlayFest will take place in an exclusive private residence in Sydney, with themed rooms to showcase some of the most anticipated 2018 PlayStation 4 games like Detroit: Become Human, Shadow of the Colossus, God of War, Monster Hunter: World, and more!
With the awards show set to stream live from Los Angeles on December 7, the full list of nominees have been announced with Game of the Year set to include a head to head battle between Zelda, Horizon Zero Dawn, Super Mario Odyssey, Persona 5, and PUBG. Yeah, the Early Access phenomenon has made the list.