Rising from the ashes of Top Spin 4, Bigben’s star-studded simulation game Tennis World Tour has pencilled in a release date. It marks the developer’s first realistic tennis sim since 2011, and will inject a heightened level of technicality into every shot. From drifting slice backhands to punching volleys, expect the same level of finesse that made the Top Spin series famous.
Day: March 12, 2018
The team of security researchers—who last month demonstrated how attackers could steal data from air-gapped computers protected inside a Faraday cage—are back with its new research showing how two (or more) air-gapped PCs placed in the same room can covertly exchange data via ultrasonic waves.
Last year we announced that Demon Souls, the most influential title of the hardcore RPG genre was having its PS3 servers shut down. February 28th came, which concluded the online capabilities. That being said, there has been a massive emergence of the ‘remaster’ market in current gen gaming, which begs the question – was the shutdown of servers completed to make space for an HD version of Demon Souls? Coincidentally, a new ESRB rating of the game has gone live on the rating board’s website today.
Recore: Definitive Edition, the third person action release from Armature Studio is running for only $12.89 on Amazon.
Beamdog’s remaster of the classic Bioware RPG Neverwinter Nights has just been given a release date. Fans of the original will be able to pick up the modernised version of the title March 27th via Steam. As an added bonus, those of who pre-purchase the title will be able to play the earlier versions of the game.
Following the release for PS4 last year, we’ve recently learnt that the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane trilogy will be released on PC, Xbox One and surprisingly, on Nintendo Switch. Now we’ve just received news that the developer behind the Skylanders series Toys For Bob will be releasing the game on Switch (Vicarious Visions, the same team that handled the PS4 release will handle the PC and Xbox One release).
Really, it was only a matter of time until Nintendo announced a new Super Smash Bros. for the Switch but now that it’s been confirmed for 2018, we can’t help but get excited by the possibilities. Sure, we know that there will be the usual gameplay tweaks and an avalanche of different gameplay modes, but it’s the potential for new characters we’re most looking forward to and for the Switch version, it truly feels like the sky’s the limit when it comes to roster additions.
Warhorse Studios’ historically accurate action RPG title, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, recently received a major update, adding new features and fixing tons of bugs and errors.