Month: November 2017
If you were wonder just why you were leveling up so fast in Call of Duty WWII’s multiplayer component, it isn’t because you are ‘that good’ or the game is ‘too easy’ it’s because the guys over at Sledgehammer Games unintentionally launched the title with double XP active.
With the Xbox One X having released right at the perfect time as we move closer to the holiday season, one would think that Microsoft would capitalize on the option of bundling a game or extra controller with souped-up console. Unfortunately, it seems that this won’t be the case as Aaron Greenberg, head of marketing at Microsoft’s Xbox division has confirmed via Twitter.
Eden Games, the development team behind the V-Rally and Test Drive Unlimited racing series, has forged a union with Gamevice. Gamevice is an attachable controller that boasts the lowest latency on the market, and is currently compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPad pro (so long as they run iOS 7.0 or later) but also works with a small range of Android devices.
Space Wars: Interstellar Empires will be arriving on Steam as a F2P massively multiplayer online title early next month, Desert Owl Games (Pox Nora, The Huntsman: Winter’s Curse) has announced. Like 2014’s Pox Nora, it injects gameplay with turn-based tactics, but abandons fantasy in favour of a sci-fi skin.
The Penny Arcade Expo, more commonly known as PAX, is an annual celebration of video and tabletop games that blossomed beyond its Bellevue roots into a multinational hit.
EA Sports UFC 3 is the third consecutive iteration in EA Sports’ UFC-based franchise, EA Sports UFC. The studio recently released a 1-minute video, showcasing all the new motion technology used to deliver unparalleled authenticity and realism.
If you’re a fan of eSports, Ubisoft’s tactical shooter, Rainbow Six Siege, is entering the Quarter Finals of its third competitive season.
This week’s an exciting one for the Goliath GameCast, as we’ve officially transitioned to making it a VIDEO podcast! Charlie Rogers (SeeJayAre) has graciously offered his games room as a filming location, so he and Nick (Nick_Steinberg) will be delivering all the same gaming goodness in video form from here on out. Of course, we’ll continue to offer the podcast in an audio format as well if you’d prefer to enjoy it that way!