Released back in 2015, H1Z1 was one of the first battle royale titles bringing the free-for-all experience to PC players via Valve’s marketplace, Steam. Unfortunately, 2017 came along and titles such as PUBG and Fortnite: Battle Royale completely overtook the genre, dominating the market leaving H1Z1 wondering what exactly happened.
The affinity for the past never seems to die. Since Microsoft announced the backward compatibility program for Xbox One during E3 2015, gamers have spent a massive 840 million hours on games from the previous generation. While we don’t know the exact number of Xbox One units that have been sold, we do have an idea. Coming from the insider and Niko Partner analyst Daniel “ZhygeEx” Ahmad, claims that around 35 million Xbox One. This equates to around 24hrs spent on 360 games per gamer.
Gran Turismo Sport, the racing title from Polyphony Digital has just received a new update. Sitting at 2.7gb the update is no short from major – introducing a wide variety of fixes, as well as introducing a host of new content. Players can now expect 12 new cars to slide into, as well as 3 new events for the GT league.
When Lionhead closed just over two years ago, everyone thought Fable 4 was off the table. The Fable creator was shut down in early 2016, and with it went Fable Legends, the free-to-play, multiplayer version of the classic open-world series. And of course, the dream of Fable 4 went too. Or so we thought.
A couple days ago, Nintendo announced the introduction of user reviews onto the digital marketplace place, the eShop. The new functionality was quite exciting for players, allowing you to rate a game, state what kind of a player you are, and even drop some text if you want to go a little bit more in-depth about the title.
March is shaping up to be a heck of a month for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Polyphony Digital’s PS4-exclusive racing title, Gran Turismo Sport, recently received update 1.13, and it adds a good amount of new content for players to enjoy.
The Entertainment Software Ratings Board, aka ESRB, always evaluates games fairly and offer them a rating to help parents decide whether to pick that game their child has been talking non-stop about or not. Recently, most video games include the option to buy lootboxes or crates or whatever they’re called in-game, whether they offer cosmetic items or items that will grant the player an advantage over non-paying players is completely up to the publisher. However, the fact remains that more often than not it costs real money to purchase them.
Back in 2007 Bioware release a martial arts based RPG titled, Jade Empire, situated in a world based on Chinese mythology. The title performed brilliantly, snagging a consistent score of 8-9 out of 10 on multiple publications. The game follows the story of the last remaining spirit monk as he tries to save his tutor Master Li, all while overthrowing the corrupt emperor Sun Hai.