The action adventure title, Ashen, exclusivity deal with Xbox One and PC is coming to an end. The title is finally coming to other platforms towards the end of this year.
Day: August 27, 2019
Shooting games offer players a diverse range of weapons to choose from, varying from shotguns and pistols to sniper and assault rifles. However, it happens that every now and then, one of the weapons is stronger than the others and gives players a more optimal way of taking down their enemies.
Stardew Valley shooter Atomicrops is heading to Early Access on the Epic Games Store next week. Announced in a press release today, the “roguelite” farming sim that sees you mix raising crops with blasting mutated enemy creatures looking to invade on the “last farm of the post-apocalypse”, will offer a big discount for those keen to jump in early.
You know the problem with COD 4: Modern Warfare, and all its many imitative ilk? Too few axes.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is going to be a Google Stadia streaming exclusive. That’s the only reasonable conclusion that can be drawn from Rockstar’s decision to deliberately remove Grand Theft Auto 5 from Nvidia’s GeForce Now service. Probably. I mean, there could be other rational explanations, but none would be more pleasing. Rockstar has been named as a Google Stadia launch publisher, but, like Capcom and EA, has yet to list which games it’s going to be bringing to the streaming service at launch.
Portable players have a nice d-pad, better form factor to look forward to. ARS T...
If you’re familiar with the Yakuza series then chances are you were waiting on the release of Judgement, a spin-off to the long-running franchise from Sega. After its initial release in Japan, there was a bit of a rocky period with the game as a whole. This was due to an actor who portrayed a character from the game, ending up in some legal troubles. As a result, Sega pulled the game and started work on replacing the likeness used for the in-game character. Luckily this didn’t affect the overall release date for the game within Western markets which is evidently good as it ended up having a pretty sizeable success.
Little Nightmares II was a surprise reveal from the development Tarsier Studios at Gamescom 2019. The studio kept things hush-hush until it was ready to unveil it onto the masses. While the Gamescom 2019 unveil only showcased a small announcement trailer, we learned a few little tidbits about the overall title. For starters, we know that the story will take place in a new area and even a brand new protagonist. However, some of the more fine details have been kept a secret from fans until it gets closer towards its release date.
Mario Kart is a long-running and much-beloved video game franchise. We’ve seen installments released across consoles to potable video game devices released from Nintendo. However, for a few years now Nintendo has moved towards the smartphone mobile market and provided gamers with free video game titles on Android and iOS. While these games are from cherished franchises owned by Nintendo, they do offer some incentives to pay for microtransactions. The same can be said with the upcoming installment of Mario Kart Tour.
Mortal Kombat 11 released back in April of this year, but we already knew that the development studio over at NetherRealm Studios would be bring in guest fighters into the title. Just like past installments, there will be some guest characters added into Mortal Kombat 11 and one of those characters has been confirmed to be the Terminator. The iconic and classic T-800 is going entering the fight but it comes with some bitter news. While the character certainly fits the bill to be added into the roster for a Mortal Kombat game, it’s not going to come packed with the original voice actor.