• Ordained For Greatness or Doomed To Failure? – Destiny Review

    Ordained For Greatness or Doomed To Failure? – Destiny Review

    It’s hard to think of a developer as entrenched in modern gaming as Bungie. For better or worse, Halo defined both the first person shooter genre and competitive multiplayer on consoles. The original Xbox would have been a footnote without Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2. Now, after years with Master Chief, Bungie has branched out to new worlds–and even new consoles–with Destiny. But can they again provide the definitive blueprint for multiplayer shooters for a new generation?

     
  • New Watch Dogs DLC Brings New Missions, Fancy Weapons

    New Watch Dogs DLC Brings New Missions, Fancy Weapons

      Ubisoft are bringing you reasons to revisit virtual Chicago with all new Watch Dogs DLC. The new single player content pack consists of three new mission for vigilante Aiden Pearce as he hacks, sneaks and shoots his way through the windy city. Over the course of the three missions you’ll take down an internet mogul, stop a merger between corporations and the mob and purloin some shiny new weapons from the leaders of a local gang. The new missions also come with new perk and outfit rewards along with new weapons for Aiden. The new Watch Dogs DLC can be picked up for Xbox One, PC, PS4, Xbox 360 and PS3 now for $6.99 or as part of the Season Pass for $19.99.

     
  • Trials Fusion Season Pass Brings First DLC On July 29

    Trials Fusion Season Pass Brings First DLC On July 29

    Trials Fusion will launch its first of six DLC packs on July 29. Riders of the Rustlands will feature 10 brand new tracks, new achievements and dozens of new Track Editor objects, all of which invoke the new DLC’s abandoned industrial feel. The new DLC will be available as part of the new Trials Fusion season pass that will provide all of the six DLC packs for $19.99, with the second, Empire of the Sky, being available later this summer. Riders of the Rustlands will be available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PC on July 29 for $4.99 or as part of the $19.99 Season Pass.

     
  • E3 Starts Today – Join Us For The Xbox And PlayStation Events

    E3 Starts Today – Join Us For The Xbox And PlayStation Events

    E3 kicks off in Los Angeles today, where all the biggest names in video games will be laying out their plans for the coming year. This is where the biggest titles, the newest software–and sometimes a few surprises–are all revealed. The events kick off with the Xbox press event at 9.30am PT, which you can watch on either the Xbox One, Xbox 360, Spike TV, or streaming on Xbox.com. Then at 6pm PT, Sony will take the stage to detail the future for the PS4, Vita, and likely reveal more details about the PlayStation Now streaming service– and you can view the whole thing right on the PlayStation blog. That’s just the first day of the expo, with Nintendo hosting a digital event (in lieu of a press conference) on Tuesday morning and Ubisoft and EA both holding press events today. You can follow our coverage of the Xbox and […]

     
  • Hack The City! – Watch Dogs Review

    Hack The City! – Watch Dogs Review

    Originally pegged as launch title for both the Xbox One and PS4, Watch Dogs was one of the most highly anticipated titles for the next-gen consoles. But then a sudden delay meant that it got pushed from last November until this week. With the game catalogues of both consoles still lacking a great deal of meat, is Watch Dogs capable of filling that hole?

     
  • Break Every Bone In Your Body (In A Fun Way) With Trials Fusion

    The infuriatingly difficult but hugely addictive Trials series comes to next-gen consoles with Trials Fusion. The new game (for which you can check out the launch trailer above) offers an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges for you to throw yourself into as you race against the clock. The new physics system now incorporates tricks and you can also race your friends in your own specially created tracks. Trials Fusion is available now on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4 with the PC version coming April 24

     
  • Warface Xbox 360 Edition Launching As Free-To-Play On April 22

    Warface Xbox 360 Edition Launching As Free-To-Play On April 22

    Crysis developers Crytek and Microsoft Studios are bringing free-to-play FPS Warface to Xbox 360 on April 22. Warface Xbox 360 Edition will offer the same co-operative and competitive multiplayer action as the PC version, with players taking on four distinct classes: Rifleman, Medic, Engineer, and Sniper, each with distinct gameplay styles and weapon loadouts. Crytek promise that Warface Xbox 360 Edition will receive regular content updates, including maps, weapons and daily co-operative campaign missions. Warface Xbox 360 Edition will be available  on Xbox 360 as a free-to-play for Xbox Live Gold members starting April 22 worldwide  

     
 
 

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