Live as we speak, is the Destiny 2 reveal event, and Bungie have revealed a second cinematic trailer for it. I can’t make heads or tails of it, as I didn’t follow the non-story of the first game, and only made it as far as an hour into The Taken King’s DLC before never playing it again. Maybe I shouldn’t be the one writing about this, after all. Continue reading Destiny 2 gets its second cinematic trailer
Today, Activision and Sledgehammer Games finally revealed Call of Duty: WWII, due to release on November 3rd this year. Taking a break from the futuristic direction the series has been taking as of late, the hugely popular series will once again be returning to World War II. Continue reading Call of Duty WWII Reveal Trailer
Over the weekend, word of mouth spread suggesting that a reveal of Project Scorpio, or the new ‘premium Xbox’ will be coming at some point this week. Some have narrowed it down to this Thursday, April 6th, with a full specs reveal due. Continue reading Project Scorpio reveal to come this week?
Today, Nintendo have finally revealed the Nintendo NX, or rather the Nintendo ###### . We have seen many leaked reports and rumours over the past number of months, but now we can start to pick away at some of the facts. Continue reading Nintendo NX announcement
Long ago, in an E3 event far-far away, Koei Tecmo announced a samurai action game by the name of Ni-Oh for the PlayStation 3. However, development hell ripped this title from the clutches of our loving embrace and it was never seen again… That is, UNTIL TODAY!
The great and powerful Koei Tecmo have brought Ni-Oh back from the brink, harnessing the power of the Tokyo Game Show to prove once and for all it has truly returned. But the question remains… When the inevitable PC port does come, can Koei Tecmo deny their lust to fuck it up with a sub-par PC product?
Deck 13, developers of Lords of the Fallen, will be revealing a new Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC sci-fi game at Gamescom next month, expected to launch in 2017!
Publisher Focus Home Interactive made the announcement today, but says that there won’t be any gameplay trailers to show. Instead they will be opting to reveal the game to journalists in interviews with Deck 13 developers.
Previously Vanillaware developed Dragons Crown, and many other games, while Atlus (developers of Persona) tend to publish them, but this time it appears that both companies are part of the games development instead.
Yesterday, we were treated to the official reveal of Bethesda’s Fallout 4, a game that has been hinted, hyped and rumoured about for about a year now. With Elder Scrolls Online available on PC and coming to console this month, attention had been focusing more on the next single player RPG from the western studio, and now, we know what it looks like. Below, are screenshots from the trailer, for you to study.
EA have revealed via the official Need for Speed Facebook page that the new Need for Speed title will be announced on Thursday, May 21st. This will be the first Need for Speed title since 2013’s Need for Speed: Rivals, after the series took a break in 2014. Only a mobile version released this year to date.