Fighting game fans across the world had a great weekend with one of the world’s biggest tournaments, Evolution 2016. Featuring fighting games such as Tekken, Smash Bros. and of course Street Fighter, players from all around the world compete in this tournament. There was a host of great names this year suc as Diago, Tokido, Infiltration, and even everyone’s favourite Excellent Adventur...[Read More]
I often love the information players are able to data mine from games and today comes something from the glory of Reddit. Reddit user TheSgtPunishment posted the image above a few days ago that was found in the game’s resources. It would appear that Rocket League will be bringing in loot crates, possibly similar to the CS:GO / TF2 model. This has since been confirmed by Psyonix vice presiden...[Read More]
Teased previously in the Medivh reveal trailer, Gul’dan will be coming to the Nexus and the PTR soon according to a tweet from Blizzard. A familiar evil approaches the Nexus – but first, he must visit the Public Test Realm… Details coming soon. pic.twitter.com/oF3zSvbs9X — Heroes of the Storm (@BlizzHeroes) June 29, 2016 There’s been leaks / speculation about his abilities ...[Read More]
Sony kept the exclusives coming today with the announcement of a new Spider-Man game for the PS4. According to Insomniac’s website: Starring the world’s most iconic Super Hero, Spider-Man PS4 (working title) features the acrobatic abilities, improvisation and web-slinging that the wall-crawler is famous for, while also introducing elements never-before-seen in a Spider-Man game. From travers...[Read More]
In a world where we don’t need anymore HD remakes, comes the HD remake not that we deserve, but the HD remake we need. Read that sentence 10 times fast. Batman: Return to Arkham will be hitting all PS4, and XBox One this July and will include the remastered versions of Arkham Asylum, and Arkham City, as well as all previously released DLC for those two titles. No info on price point as of ye...[Read More]
Begin wallet preparations.
The future of CoD is going back to its roots
New hero and new changes
Developers Squad have released version 1.1 of the science’em’up Kerbal Space Program. The major change is a move to 64 bit Unity 5 which should allow players to mod the game even more extensively due to increased maximum ram usage. Other features include a new user interface, the KSPedia and new tutorials and scenarios to help players get to grips with the game’s concepts....[Read More]
Not quite gold, but near enough.
New Game +? Don't mind if I do.
Developers taking inspiration from mods.