Ahh, Magic: The Gathering. A lot of people's first love when it comes to competitive card games, so much so that the rise of CCGs of late can trace a lot of their core mechanics back to Wizards of the Coast's beloved card experience. Magic: The Gathering Arena, an all-new free-to-play game all about classic Magic, has been announced.
Remember L.A. Noire, the open world detective game from Rockstar and Team Bondi? Well, it's back - in portable, high-definition, and VR form. Yeah, L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files is also coming for HTC Vive. Set in 1940’s Los Angeles, L.A. Noire first came out in 2011 and impressed many with its realistic face capture tech used to digitally reproduce real-world actor's performances.
Okay, so we know that Destiny 2 is being pushed hard for PlayStation 4, with exclusive content and a limited edition white PlayStation 4 Pro. But that hasn't stopped Microsoft from laying claim to what might be a candidate for 'Destiny 2 Deal of the Century'.
Going live tomorrow Friday September 8 from 2pm on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. With The Prelude, player's will get an early taste of the new open shared-world environment called The Neighborhood where you can "truly experience the life of an NBA athlete, both on the court and off".
Recently we had the chance to chat with Rare studio head, Craig Duncan, about the upcoming swashbuckling adventure Sea of Thieves. From the emergent co-operative gameplay to setting aside Rare's secretive past for a more open community driven development cycle, we also touched briefly on the prospect of the Xbox One X and Sea of Thieves cross-platform play.
Which explain the didgeridoo* music in the "Australian Update" teaser trailer. And the sight of those unmistakable Aussie hats. For those that need a refresher Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is essentially Battlefield-like online shooter, right down to huge open maps, 64 players, explosives, and vehicles. And this new update adds a bunch more of all of that.
Starting from 3:30 pm ACST today - because the PUBG development team are all about that South Australia time. Local Playerunknown's Battleground players have been asking for this for a while, so it's great to see first-person servers come, err, down under. As per the team's post, "about 20% of the entire Oceanic player base plays FPP on servers in other regions".
It seems that the continued success of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or PUBG, knows no limits. And so with now over 10 million copies sold, another milestone gets checked off its ever growing list of achievements. This news comes on the heels of it recently topping the Steam player count list.
Available at select retailers, with a RRP of $649.00 AUD, the Glacier White PlayStation 4 Pro Destiny 2 Bundle is now available in Australia. And it looks very cool. So if you've been sitting on the fence about getting a PlayStation 4 Pro, and own a new 4K TV, it's hard not to look at this bundle and think "want".