Xbox fans were outraged earlier this week when they learned that No Man’s Sky; previously exclusive to PlayStation 4 and PC, was going to be arriving on the Xbox One platform later this year. “We can’t be having two lacking-in content titles on our Xbox,” they spouted in anger, and who can blame them?! Continue reading Xbox fans demand Sea of Thieves goes to PlayStation, “if we’re getting No Man’s Sky”
It was no real surprise when Activision announced that Call of Duty would be set in World War 2. The game series has been leaking players like a colander since they started playing with the futuristic setting. Fortunately for the series they have such a huge fan base that it was a storm they could ride out, a bad year for Call of Duty would still likely see it vastly outsell other games. So, with the series heading back to its roots and taking on the Nazi’s once more does this iteration steady the ship? Continue reading Call of Duty WW2 Impressions
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy leaps onto PlayStation 4 this week in all its HD, remastered glory, however a few weeks back, there were rumours and suggestions hinting that it wouldn’t actually be exclusive to the platform. Whether this listing is wrong or they know something for certain themselves, another hint of its multiplatform-ness has arisen this week. Continue reading Crash Bandicoot release date outed for Xbox One?
Ever since its announcement and bundled up tie-in with Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, it was only a matter of time before Modern Warfare Remastered found its way onto the shelves as a standalone release. Who knew though, that it would take as long as it did? And with last week’s rumours and internet-spread news of a boxed copy in select game stores, we knew it was finally happening. Continue reading Modern Warfare Remastered arrives next week
Today at the PC Games Show at E3, Cliff Bleszinski, a man with a rich history involving Jazz Jackrabbit, Unreal, and Gears of War took to the stage and announced a release date and price for his latest title LawBreakers, as well as announcing a beta. Continue reading LawBreakers dated and priced for PC and PlayStation 4
Ark Survival Evolved players on Xbox One (and soon, PlayStation 4) can now download the latest patch for the game, but be warned; this update requires a good chunk of hard drive space, but will optimize the game even more, while adding loads of new content. Prepare to install another 34gb of updates! Continue reading Ark Survival Evolved: Survival update arrives on console
Back in 2011, no, that is not a typo, Epic Games revealed Fortnite, a brand new co-op survival title. This was the studio’s first new IP following the Gears of War series, and it still hasn’t fully released yet. Until July of 2017, that is. Continue reading Fortnight coming to consoles and PC, finally
Sometimes, you don’t really want to shoot through an army of mutated aliens, or race against other players who want to do nothing more than smash you off the track for no reason. For times like these, there are quiz games, and a new one is coming to consoles and PC later this year. You know what time it is…It’s Quiz Time! Continue reading It’s time for another quiz with It’s Quiz Time
Elite dangerous has been available on PC and Xbox One for some time now and whilst we knew of an imminent PlayStation 4 release we’ve been waiting for an exact release date. It seems the question of When has been answered from the most likely of sources for gaming news…the London Stock exchange.
According to a photo taken at a Canadian Best Buy this week, it seems that the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy may be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 for a whole year, before it even has a chance of appearing on other platforms. By the time it eventually releases anywhere else, you may not even care. Continue reading Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy exclusive to PS4 for one year?