Yakuza 6: The Song of Life was scheduled for March 20th release date, but unfortunately it had to be delayed.
Within the last couple of years, most of the best horror games we received were from indie developers, including the likes of Outlast, Amnesia, SOMA and many more. Quarter Circle Games’ first-person horror title, The Peterson Case, looks promising enough to join the latter list.
As with every new trendy genre, developers try to innovate and come up with new twists and spin-offs to take advantage of the market, and the recent NMC Studios’ vehicular battle-royale title, Notmycar, is the latest and most unique example.
EA DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront II isn’t a perfect game, and we mentioned as to why in our impressions piece when the game released. DICE is also acknowledging the problems that currently plague Star Wars Battlefront II, and released them in a list to make sure people know the development team is working on fixing them. Here is the list:
Quite possibly one of the best games to come out of 2016, Doom is just one of those all-around titles that remind you why you love gaming so much. The absolutely over the top use of death metal music, violence, and guns makes the replayability of this game almost endless.
Following the update 1.03 which dropped earlier this week, Capcom has just launched a new update for their open-world adventure title, Monster Hunter World. Coming in at 930mb, the update is pretty small in size and doesn’t do much to the title, it only fixes a couple bugs related to “The Encroaching Anjanath” mission and Elderseal values, as well as fixing a couple of minor bugs.
Bundle Hunter? Firaxis’s turn-based alien repelling strategy title XCOM 2 recently received a bundled up GOTY style version for PC platforms with the XCOM 2 Collection on PC, Mac and Linux. The collection contains base XCOM 2 game, War of the Chosen Expansion and the 4 DLC packs for a decently price $50. Now we have news that console players will also be getting access the to bundle deal.