Few titles garner as much hype among the PC community as Blizzard games, having been one of the platform’s leading developers for years, and even console players are starting to understand what Blizzard can do now that they are more regularly releasing to other platforms like with Diablo III, Hearthstone and, of course, Overwatch. Continue reading Overwatch Review — Best Butts in Gaming?
HE LIVES!!!! THE GREAT KEVIN HAS RETURNED TO US!!! Sorry about the whole not having wrote for ye in a while. Quick explanation: I left, finished college, got a job, made money, decided to do writing again during time off and here we are. While I won’t be writing as frequently as before, I will be trying to do an article a week, and they will all be opinion pieces of some sort so look forward to those. Continue reading The Culling Early Access Review – Sticks and Stones Break Bones
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know the reported situation between Konami and Kojima at this stage, but the whole truth still remains shrouded in secrecy, lies and bullshit.
However, according to a report from Japanese website/newspaper Nikkei, Hideo is free from the bonds that tie him down at Konami and will be starting his own studio, possibly under the Sony banner. Continue reading Report: Kojima Starting His Own Studio
Fans of the hugely successful and wonderfully offensive card game, Cards Against Humanity, paid $5 to the company in full knowing that they would be getting nothing in return. One “enthusiastic” person even gave the company $100!
With only a few days until Just Cause 3’s release, many reviewers and personalities already have their hands on the title, and PlayStation Access give us a small idea just how big the game is as they travel the length of the map in a new 20 minute video.
The game takes place on the fictional islands of Medici, which is said to be a massive 400 square kilometres. Believe it or not, that’s actually not much bigger than the Just Cause 2 map, however reports suggest that the map is far denser, meaning there’s far more to check out.
Rocket League is a fantastic game, and developer Psyonix’s post release support has been fantastic with players receiving piles of new content absolutely free. Now, Psyonix have announced a partnership with Valve to bring Portal themed content to the rocket fuelled car soccer game this week.
The DLC will be available to players from this Tuesday, December 1st on PC, and all you have to do to get the themed items is play the game to unlock them like normal!
Ndemic Creations new mode for Plague Inc. puts players against one another, competing for domination. While aggressively trying to spread your own disease you must attempt to stop the spread of your rival, with all new evolutions and abilities to help you out.
Believe it or not, I’m actually a fan of the Assassin’s Creed series and have been so since the very first game, which was in no way amazing, but proved the concept was something worth looking into. I’ve played every game in the main series, bar the infamous Unity for obvious reasons which I doubt anyone can argue against me with. Assassin’s Creed 2 was almost exactly what I wanted to see from the series, and in my eyes the best. However my personal favourite is Black Flag, because it’s only Assassin’s Creed in name and a few plot points, instead opting to be the best Pirates of the Caribbean game ever made.
So you now know where I stand with the series before getting into this review. It’s clear that the yearly releases is putting an unnecessary strain on the series, but Ubisoft have serious amount of resources to get it done. I didn’t mind that they removed ship combat (the best addition to the series), because the setting didn’t require it, and I hoped they would put those additional resources to good use, with a competent story, strong characters and challenging gameplay. But I was disappointed.
The reason for yesterdays delay was due to technical issues with matchmaking times and disconnections on all platforms, but thankfully they sorted it quickly laying to rest fears that it may affect full release next week.
According to a post in the Ubisoft Forums for Siege, due to issues with matchmaking times and disconnections on all platforms, the team felt it best to push the open beta back until the problems are sorted.