I’m not one for showing gameplay before a game releases. I am under the assumption there will be a spoiler of some kind that dampens the experience in some way. Well, with Dishonored 2, things are a little different. It doesn’t matter what gameplay is shown, since you can attack the game anyway you like. You don’t have to take the same path, in fact Bethesda encourage you not to do it. Continue reading “A few words on why I’m looking forward to Dishonored 2”
Are you missing that Assassin’s Creed shaped hole in your life? Ubisoft have you covered, and it’s not a swift hidden blade to the chest. While it’s sad that there won’t be a new Creed game this year, fans of jumping from obscene heights into small bales of hay will be satisfied with the abundance of news coming from Ubisoft. Continue reading “No New Assassin’s Creed this year. Ubisoft have you covered”
Back in May, Warner Bros Games announced that they were bringing the first two Dark Knight stories to “modern consoles”. Batman: Return to Arkham was to launch in July. However, this didn’t happen and everything went quiet. That is until today.
Cast your mind back a few days. You’ll remember I posted about a mysterious clock on the Duke Nukem website. It was counting down to something. That countdown is over and Duke Nukem 3D is being re-released on PC, PlayStation 4 & Xbox One on 11th October. That’s not all.
In the German town of Cologne, Gamescom 2016 is in full swing. Quickly becoming Europe’s answer to E3, developers and publishers of all sizes are out in force to show off their latest wears. If you’re not lucky enough to be playing these games before they launch, I’ve complied all the trailers that have come from the show. Keep on reading to take a look.
Final Fantasy XV has hit a bit of a snag. While the game is complete, director Hajime Tabata has informed gamers via Youtube that it’s not to the standard he expects. This means we have to wait a few more months while Square polish up the game. Continue reading “Final Fantasy XV has been delayed… BUT there is footage”