As each year passes, smartphones (and tablets) continue to evolve into slicker, pricier, more accessible versions of their predecessors, but if you’re reading this, quite possibly on a mobile device, one of the first questions you probably ask when upgrading to a new model is this: what games does it run?
Quite possibly one of the best games to come out of 2016, Doom is just one of those all-around titles that remind you why you love gaming so much. The absolutely over the top use of death metal music, violence, and guns makes the replayability of this game almost endless.
While Life is Strange, the critically acclaimed graphic adventure by Dotnod has been confirmed to receive a sequel, the prequel to the original title Before the Storm has been receiving episodic content furthering the story of the original character set fans have grown to love.
While yes, we had confirmation for the open-world survival shooter, DayZ to be arriving Sony’s latest console, Bohemia Interactive, the studio behind the game’s development has been pretty dead. Now it seems the team has spoken up, reminding fans that the game is still set to arrive on the PS4, but as of right now, the Xbox One launch is a priority.
Time for a new controller? Or perhaps you’ve been itching to play some split screen with your mates. Today PS4 players can make the purchase of a new controller for the slashed price of $32.50.
Remember Armored Core? That awesome mech fighting title series that originally released way back when in the 90s? Well if you thought that its lifespan is over, we have some good news for you: From Software is dedicated to keeping the franchise alive, as reported by DualShockers, From Software has tweeted that they want to continue the series.
Utomik, the Netflix-style gaming subscription service for PC has added a couple of new titles to its product. Alongside other popular titles such as Borderlands, Sacred 2 and Dead Island, gamers will now be able to play Batman Arkham Asylum, LEGO Batman: The Videogame and The LEGO Movie Videogame. Utomik is set to add a couple more Warner Bros games in the coming weeks.