First off, the May Inside Xbox live stream was, based on set expectations a disappointment. I know a good majority of people watching were expecting to see some serious Assassin’s Creed Valhalla gameplay. I have to admit that Ubisoft should be ashamed of itself. We were promised gameplay, of which we got about three seconds mixed in with more cinematic trailer. That aside, I’ve seen a lot of complaining about graphics of the games shown off during the event, but nobody seemed to pay attention to the fine print.
I understand that a lot of people were hoping to see some next-gen graphics during the event, and it didn’t happen.
There’s a good chance that we’ll see exactly that in July when first-party titles are shown off, but the games that we saw during this month’s presentation were far from indicative of what the Xbox...
The new trailer of Fallout 76: Wastelanders is presenting what we love most about the game: lots of guns, explosions, and a lot of enemies to kill. As the next significant expansion for Fallout 76, Bethesda is adding new NPCs, more quests. The msot important part of all? It will free for anyone who already owns the game.
The trailer showcases some of the main story plots. It seems that we will face a lot of cults who are up for a fight. We have a lot of figures in the game, but what we need are more humans, which are very rare at the moment. There is a small possibility that the expansion will bring buried treasures, which will reward you greatly if you invest the time in searching for them.
We will have a lot to do, that’s for sure, with the new...
Out of nowhere, Sony has revealed five new PS4 games in concurrent announcements, some of which will be familiar and some of which, you’ve never heard of. Here’s each and every game, and their new game trailers.
Remember when Call of Duty took you into space, well Boundry is a FPS set in the same light; kind of. It’s a first-person shooter set in deep space – not on a planet, not within view of the Earth, but literally in the middle of nowhere. So, put yourself in this role: You’re in the cold void of space with nothing more than the satellite you’re stranded on and guns. As best we can tell from the trailer, you’ll be able to choose from multiple players – Astroperators, as they are called – each of which have their own unique abilities. The idea is derived from the...
News has been slowly trickling in for Sony’s PlayStation 5, and
now that Sony has spilled a few (but far from all) beans about the next-gen
console, third-party game anouncements are starting to come in too. Following
the announcement of
Godfall and WRC 9, Teamkill Media as announced that it’s working on the PS5’s
first horror game known as Quantum Error. For now, there is very little to go
by, and as you can see from the trailer, there’s not much to take away, but it
sort of looks like what Prey should have been or a blend between F.E.A.R and
Quantum Error is described as a “cosmic horror first-person
shooter,” but the company creating it as shared precious little. Check out
teamkillmedia.com doesn’t yield any information either as the only press and
news assets refer to the company’s first game Kings of Lorn. We do know that
Quantum Error will launch for the...
The Predator: Hunting Grounds trial weekend runs March 27-29, and the team at Illfonic is ready to show you what a few rounds of Fireteam vs Predator looks like. For details on weapons, classes, and more, visit PlayStation.Blog. Active PS Plus membership required to access PS4 trial. Gameplay required to unlock weapons. Internet connection and PlayStation®Plus membership (sold separately) required for online multiplayer. Rated Mature: Blood and Gore, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Strong Language
Welcome to our March Update in which we discuss the development of Crusader Kings 3. This month our team tells you everything about a plethora of subjects! On the menu: tutorials and in-game encyclopedia, governments types and raiding, declaring war and hiring mercenaries, and (finally) civil wars and factions!
Jill Valentine’s escape from Raccoon City is fraught with danger, but she still has some dependable allies to rely on… as well as some enemies to watch out for. Jill won’t just be the star of Resident Evil 3, though – she’ll also be added as a playable Survivor in Resident Evil Resistance in a future update.
Shantae is back in an all-new tropical adventure! In Shantae and the Seven Sirens, the Half-Genie hero gains new Fusion Magic abilities to explore a vast sunken city, makes new Half-Genie friends, and battles the mysterious Seven Sirens in her biggest, most thrilling quest yet! Featuring multiple towns and more labyrinths than ever before, an awesome aquatic journey full of danger and discovery awaits! Scheduled to launch May 28, 2020 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and out now on Apple Arcade!
Evil 3 Demo just launched on March 19th, and now Capcom as
launched a very intriguing trailer that shows off none other than Jill, her
role in multiplayer, what the people of Raccoon City mean to her, and her indifference
The trailer only runs about three minutes long, but the big
takeaway here is that Jill will be a playable protagonist in Resident
Evil: Resistance. If you’re not in the know, Resistance is an all-new
online multiplayer that will be bundled with Resident Evil 3 remastered, but is
said to reside
on a completely different timeline. However, she won’t be available right from
the start but will be added in later on as an update.
The other big surprise is that the trailer shows off a lot of
RE3 single player mode, following Jill as she tries to save some of Racoon City’s
non-zombie population. Oddly, we get to see quite a...