With Halo 5: Forge being the closest PC gamers are going to get to the Master Chief for the foreseeable future there could well be a lot of interest in 343 industries map editing tool.
I’ve made no secret of the disappointment that I feel towards No Man’s Sky but in my hour of need I’ve rediscovered another game that meets my expectations and has never failed to provide me with interesting and beautiful sights. That game is Elite Dangerous and it was in my game library all along.
There’s been a lot of criticism about the direction that the Call Of Duty series has been going in and i’ll hold my hands up and admit that my voice of opposition to the futuristic setting has been one of the loudest. The engine that the game uses is a relic and is really showing its age with plastic and bland textures, poor particle and explosion effects and we cant ignore that awful reveal trailer. As we get nearer to Call Of Duty: Infinite warfare’s release date though I find myself asking if its the right time to give the series another chance, after all if I don’t like Infinite warfare I can always play my favourite FPS title, Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Racing simulators are hard to come by on consoles. Sure, many developers claim their titles are racing sims, or some are just outright arcade racers, but for true racing simulation, there isn’t much out there, unless you race on PC. Assetto Corsa is one of those few titles that claims to offer the most authentic driving experience, and now it’s available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Continue reading Assetto Corsa skids onto consoles
Whether it’s the bloodshed, the deaths, the plot twists, the opening theme or just the boobs, Game of Thrones has become one of the biggest shows to grace our TVs and streaming devices in the last few years. If it’s the soundtrack you admire most, then here’s some good news for you Gears of War 4 fans out there. Continue reading Game of Thrones composer scores Gears of War 4
Released with high praise in January of this year on PlayStation 4 and Steam, The Witness will finally release on Xbox One next month. Created by Braid developer Jonathan Blow, The Witness puts players on a secluded, abandoned island where they must solve puzzles while traversing through beautiful environments. Kind of like Myst, without all the photographic scenery. Continue reading The Witness is coming to Xbox One
WWE 2K17 promises to have the largest roster in the game’s history, with a total of 150 superstars to be available at launch. This will include your current favourites, NXT, Diva and classic stars from the good old days of WWF and WCW. Continue reading WWE 2K17 Roster to date
Yesterday, it came about via a Reddit post that initial findings and discoveries had been deleted on planets revisited by its first discoverer in No Man’s Sky. This big mess up could have been the last nail in the coffin for a game that has received immense criticism since launch, but thankfully, there’s a workaround. Continue reading Issues surrounding No Man’s Sky player discoveries
We all have those games that we loved and enjoyed in our childhood. Many disappear with no sequels or evolve beyond recognition taking with it the magic that made the game so much fun to begin with. One of my favourite series is Worms which has just had a new game release called Worms W.M.D. So does their new version of the fan faveourite game retain that magic?
Starting today on GTA Online, take advantage of double GTA$ and RP in the game’s exciting Freemode Events. No more Cunning Stunt races or Entourage on repeat, and a nice refreshing dose of mayhem in public lobbies. Continue reading GTA Online: Freemode Event Week