After a shakey start when the servers first went online yesterday, Dungeon and Dragons MMORPG Neverwinter is now available to play on the Xbox One. The game debuted on the PC back in 2013 as a free-to-play online RPG game and made its port to console at 18:00pm on March 31st after the intended launch time of 16:00pm ran into issues, leading the game to be taken back offline for maintenance. Continue reading Neverwinter has officially launched on Xbox One
Dungeons and Dragons MMORPG title Neverwinter seems to have hit trouble today during its debut on Xbox One, the game was initially scheduled to launch at 16:00pm UTC but after just 20 minutes online, the game was brought down for maintenance and re-appeared on the Xbox Live Store as a pre-load as opposed to a live digital title. Cryptic Studios have yet to make any statements as to why the game has been taken offline, but rest assured it has been re-scheduled for later today. Continue reading Neverwinter is having problems porting to the Xbox One
Meet the Behemoth, he’s a beast… No literally, he’s the new Monster coming to Turtle Rock Studios’ Evolve today as part of the first of the game’s DLC. He’s the biggest and most badass of the Monsters available in the game, and he has his very own dramatic reveal trailer which you can view below.
Last week, Microsoft announced an all new, free to play Halo title was in development at Saber Interactive. Unfortunately, as of yet no launch outside of Russia has been announced and details are in short supply. However, a popular YouTuber named Noble, has leaked footage along with a detailed analyse of the game courtesy of modders who have acquired a test build, which looks to be nearing completion. Continue reading Halo Online gameplay footage
Project CARS hasn’t really has much to shout about recently after developer Slightly Mad Studios announced its third delay across all platforms, pushing the release date back into May of this year. Thankfully however, a new announcement has been made. Despite already boasting a huge amount of content within their game, Slightly Mad Studios has announced that Project CARS will also receive continued support from the developer, in
the form of free monthly DLC. Setting it apart from its primary rival Forza Motorsport 5. Continue reading Project CARS to get free, monthly DLC
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Many people are excited for the PlayStation 4 exclusive RPG Deep Down, but we haven’t heard much since its announcement. Senior Manager of Consumer Games Development Teruki Miyashita spoke with VideoGamer to discuss the development process and why it has been taking so long.
“We’re still facing a ton of challenges. For starters, there’s the whole process of developing games for the newest next-generation consoles. Every solution we came up with seemed to create more problems than it solved, so it has really been one step forward, two steps back the whole way.
On top of all that, we had to tune up the servers for the online management aspects. We had a really hard time trying to develop a game that combined all the elements.”