If you were a fan of the classic Castlevania video game titles then chances are you were really keeping tabs on the upcoming release of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. This is an upcoming video game being developed by ArtPlay and DICO while led by Koji Igarashi, the producer for the Castlevania series. Unfortunately, it looks like the game is being pushed back for a release sometime in 2019.
When it comes to development teams, there are a number of key individuals that are well-known such as Hideo Kojima, Tim Schafer or John Romero. Another one of those key individuals that have brought out iconic titles such as the Gears of War franchise is Cliff Bleszinski. Formerly part of the Epic Games development team, Cliff Bleszinski has since left and crated up his own studio known as Boss Key Productions.
If you want to play Rainbow Six Siege Operation Grim Sky, you’re in luck – the operation is live right now on test servers. That means you can try out the new operators and reworked maps well ahead of the proper release, and it means that the patch notes are ready for perusal. Few surprises here, but there are a handful of new details on what to expect.
When it comes to the PlayStation 4 there are a few must-have exclusive video game titles. One of those being the latest installment to God of War which features our god killing protagonist leaving behind the Greek mythology that has been present in all of the previous installments within the franchise. With this latest installment, Kratos ventures into new territory where players will be facing against Norse gods, however, it turns out that there very well could have been a different setting for the game.
RTX 2070 will ship later; 2080 Ti will start at $999. Pre-orders are live. ARS T...
The pool of secondary gadgets in Rainbow Six Siege is set to expand, as Ubisoft wants to vary up the pool of options and buff those that have fallen behind. It’s all part of plan to expand your gadget choices alongside the ever-increasing number of operators, and make sure every one of those choices is worthwhile.
How much of a Blizzard fan are you? Do you play all the developer’s games or are you dedicated to just one of them – World of Warcraft, Overwatch, or Heroes of the Storm? Well, no matter how deep your Blizzard fandom goes, you could always be more of a fan. How? You could own a real Overwatch loot box, and not only that, one that’s packed full of Blizzard goodies for you to enjoy.
But they won't be street-legal, and we don't think the ejector seat will happen. ARS T...