Sledgehammer Games’ Call of Duty: World War II Game Director Michael Condrey went to the game’s Reddit community to share news on how Season Two of ranked play will go.
Over the weekend, Billionaire inventor, Elon Musk introduced his first product from Boring Company. A friggin’ flamethrower.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare was arguably one of the best Call of Duty to ever release. With an Award-winning story, compelling missions and ever-addictive multiplayer – it was no wonder that COD4 would be the first game in the franchise to receive a remaster.
When Bioware first revealed Anthem at E3 2017, fans were hyped to see this refreshing take on the MMO genre – with one of the biggest appeals being the game’s vertical emphasis due to players being equipped with jetpacks to traverse the environment. Now, BioWare’s Brenon Holmes has now responded to various queries on a Reddit thread regarding the title. Most of the questions were centered around the suit aspect of the game, and what the title will be like when players aren’t inside their mechanical armor.
Edging ever closer to release is the remake of 2005 action-adventure Shadow of the Colossus, an art-house game which dissected the nature of good versus evil against a backdrop of ethereality and iconoclasm. Fans of the original soundtrack can now enjoy its musical evolution in a first-pressing 2xLP courtesy of iam8bit.
Fresh off the heels of their triumph against M. Bison in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, Ryu and Sakura are trading roundhouse kicks for the elusive pursuit of fearsome beasts in Monster Hunter: World. Announced by Capcom’s Yuri Araujo, the union of franchises will allow players to acquire Street Fighter armour for both Ryu and Sakura, as well as the option to alter character voices to match.
Cute is not a word the average person would associate with Jason Voorhees. Yet somehow, voxel connoisseur Blue Wizard Digital has found a niche way to transform the horrific into an adorable, humorous, isometric slash-a-thon in a style heavily resembling Slayaway Camp.
My eyes always sparkle in the presence of computer mice that dare to innovate — those which point boldly where no mouse has pointed before — and, though its ergonomic gaming mice look basic overall, Cougar is a company whose ethos is built upon a double helix of innovation. The Cougar Surpassion Gaming Mouse follows the script, waltzing out of its paper box unostentatiously; its size is faintly reminiscent of the Minos X5, and a 13-colour backlight effect adds some illuminative flair in the darkness. It’s crowning jewel, however, is cleverly concealed.