NieR: Automata, the third-person hack-n-slash shooter from Square Enix is only $29.99 over on Steam
Bethesda’s support for the Nintendo Switch has been absolutely incredible so far – both Skyrim and DOOM have managed to handle well at 30FPS (which is pretty amazing considering the limited hardware of the portable console) and Wolfenstein II gameplay footage looks almost just as good as the PS4 and Xbox One release.
Sony’s God of War just released on PS4 last week, and it seems that Santa Monica has been hard at work to make sure that the game is well supported during its early stage.
It sucks, but over the past couple of years, there have been more and more reveals at gaming expos which don’t accurately depict how a game actually looks or handles. We’ve seen it in the past with titles such as The Division and Watch Dogs – so there’s no doubt really good looking game reveals are often met with skepticism.
Last week there was lots of uncertainty in the gaming community as a string of rumors circulated on social media regarding tiple certain upcoming triple-A games will such as Cyberpunk 2077, Battlefield 5, Anthem, Borderlands 3, New Splinter Cell and The Division 2, will have exclusive marketing rights with the Xbox platform.
Games running in 4K still manage to look better on older televisions. How? The short answer is simple, but the explanation is a bit more complicated.
We are yet to get any official information regarding gameplay and featured modes from Activision regarding Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, however, there has been a fair amount of leaks so far.
Blizzard recently released a new update for Overwatch’s Public Test Realm, adding a new Escort map and performing several significant hero changes.
DOOM has been a major hit around the world – it’s fast-paced cinematic gameplay coupled with one of the most epic soundtracks of gaming history has warranted consistently positive, a release on Nintendo Switch and a vinyl soundtrack release. But that’s not all that’s coming to this 2016 game – Universal is working on a new movie of the game.