Last month, Xbox unveiled a new subscription service that seems to be receiving favourable criticism. While the initiative is still in beta, accessible only to Xbox Insiders for the time being, a few new titles have already been added to the service, showing its potential for the long term. Continue reading Xbox Game Pass begins introducing new titles
Depending on how much you enjoy the Bioshock series, this news will either please or annoy Xbox One owners. With the recent release of the Bioshock Collection, which updates the existing games with prettier visuals and all DLC, now you can just replay the original Xbox 360 titles via the backwards compatible feature. Continue reading Bioshock trilogy now backwards compatible on Xbox One
With the back end of September rearing its head, we’ve already seen a number of big releases hitting the shelves. But as you all know, we’re just getting started. Our wallets will be on life support before you know it! So, what games dominated the chart in UK retail stores this week? Let’s take a look! Continue reading UK game sales chart, September 24th
Last week saw the beginning of the Fall/Autumn releases, and there were quite a number of new releases compared to the previous weeks. With remasters, new IP and annual releases, let’s see how each title fared in last week’s Top 20 UK game chart. Continue reading UK Top 20 Game Sales Chart, Sept 17th
The original Bioshock is one of those memorable gaming experiences that will stay with you for eternity. “Would you kindly” will forever remain in the memories of those who visited Rapture in 2007 or later. The remastered Bioshock: The Collection will allow new players to witness its greatness, and let returning fans relive the experience once again. Continue reading Revisit Rapture in this Bioshock The Collection trailer
According to a Brazilian ratings board, a Bioshock Collection is in the works for both PC and current gen consoles. No official announcement has been made, and it doesn’t sound like the games will be remastered either. Or will they? Continue reading Bioshock Collection listed on Brazilian ratings board
Loading screen mini-games could soon start making a revival, with Namco’s patent coming to its date of expiry on November 27th. In 1995, the publisher took out this patent, meaning only they could have little mini-games during the loading screens of their titles. Now, it’s open to everybody. Continue reading Namco’s mini game patent has ended after 20 years
Last year, BioShock developer Irrational Games shut their doors leaving the future of the series up in the air, but it doesn’t come to much of a surprise that Publisher Take-Two says that it still has a future being the massive IP that it is.
2K games in California currently have the IP, as it was handed to them after the Irrational Games closure, and former head Ken Levine stayed with the publisher despite the majority of the studios talent heading for the hills, with many currently working on much talked about indie titles.
As of November 12th, Xbox One owners can take advantage of one of the Xbox’s latest features, thanks to the New Xbox One Experience. That feature is backwards compatibility, and with its launch this month, it allowed fans to play up to 104 Xbox 360 titles on their new consoles, whether digitally owned or on disc. But what’s next? When will that list be built upon?
Valve have kicked off the Steam Halloween Sale with discounts on a huge amount of titles, most of which are horror/Halloween themed. Some of the games you’ll find at low prices are the Bioshock series, all of which are 75% or more off, as well as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt down 30%.