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
Forza Motorsport 7 is here at last. Forza is a series I’ve been playing for years now, Since Forza Motorsport 2 to be more precise. Before Forza I would play the Gran Tourismo series, Toca, Grid as well as others. It’s fair to say that I quite like racing games although in more recent years I’ve tended to stick with just Forza, mainly because it’s been the best racing game to be had with a control pad in my opinion. So what does Forza Motorsport 7 bring to the table? Read on and I’ll give you my thoughts. Continue reading Forza Motorsport 7 Impressions
The end of the month is always worth looking forward to, when the announcement hits for the following month’s free games with either PlayStation Plus or Xbox Games with Gold. Today, we get a look at what’s coming in August, and it’s a pretty decent selection for next month! Continue reading Games with Gold on Xbox for August revealed
It’s the news many pilots on the frontier have been waiting for. Pilots all around have been hounding Respawn on social media for months on end about the much loved, fan favourite co-op mode, Frontier Defence from Titanfall 1. Well, it’s coming next week in their biggest free DLC/Update since the game launched! Continue reading Titanfall 2 – Frontier Defence Incoming
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?
Yesterday, Respawn revealed their 6th free DLC/update for Titanfall 2 which will release next week on Tuesday 27th on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Check out the details, because it’s a good one. Continue reading Titanfall 2 – The War Games DLC Detailed
Three years ago, we got our first glimpse at a new version of Crackdown, due for release on Xbox One. Last E3, it kind of disappeared just before the media briefing, and we were told that it would be receiving a bit of a delay. Yesterday we got another trailer featuring Terry Crews, and a release date. But is it the Crackdown we were lead to expect? Continue reading Are your hopes high for Crackdown 3?
Talion and the Bright Master are back, and seem to have learnt a few new tricks in their absence, as shown at Xbox E3 2017. During the Lord of the Rings: Shadow of War preview, we saw an extensive look into the new features coming to the game which seem to be the result of an evolution of the original nemesis system that made its debut in Shadow of Mordor.
Rare’s Sea of Thieves received another showing at E3 this year during the Xbox briefing and the narrated trailer featured a tonne of charm and wooden buckets full of fun and co-op teamwork. Explore vast oceans and island hiding spots to find more loot and treasure to upgrade your ship and gear to take the fight to other pirates at sea. Continue reading Sea of Thieves E3 2017 gameplay walkthrough