Rumors have been flying about Red Dead Redemption 2’s download size for PS4 and Xbox One, and today, the official news about it comes out.
CD Projekt RED has released a new gameplay trailer, for their upcoming Witcher title, Thronebreaker: Witcher Tales.
These are 19 new game trailers shown today 18 October 2018 for Pc, Ps4 and XBoxOne. Games List: 00:05 Stellaris
Football Manager 2019 isn’t out for a few weeks yet, but the beta should tide you over until then. It’s live right now, and offers access to a “near complete” version of the game – naturally, since it’s essentially early access for those who’ve pre-ordered. You’ll be able to transfer your progress into the full game, so you won’t have to worry about losing anything on the way.
Dota 2’s loot box-style treasure system has come under legal fire in certain regions, and it looks like Valve aims to make those purchases a little bit friendlier. A new patch now allows you to see drop rates for each item rarity before you buy, and it’ll even dynamically adjust that display based on shifting odds as you open more boxes.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has been a major success since its release of last week. The game has gone on to break records of all sorts, and it seems to be a great entry in the Call of Duty franchise.
As promised, Rockstar Games have released the launch trailer for their highly anticipated title, Red Dead Redemption 2.
Barack Obama does not care about Pokémon. He’s not alone among US presidents in that regard – I suspect the likes of Nixon, FDR, or Lincoln haven’t thought too much about Charmander – but he is unique in making his disinterest in Nintendo’s massive franchise publicly known.
The first two episodes of Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode, a story-driven adaptation of a game wildly popular among kids and families, were originally written with a teen rating in mind. Former narrative designer Emily Grace Buck says this is just one example of how Telltale’s executive team had “fundamental misunderstanding of who our audience was.”
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is nearly upon us, bringing a blend of grand role-playing and extensive card battles. While its genre blend is mostly unique, it’s far from the first title in either of those traditions. CD Projekt has built some nods to what’s come before, with a handful of references both obvious and surprising.