Naughty Dog has confirmed via their live stream, that The final piece of DLC for the Last of Us, the Grounded Bundle, will be releasing in just a few weeks. During the stream they showcased all the new skills and weapons featured in the DLC. No new maps were shown, as that will be for another […]
PlayStation Plus members in North America will be able to download free copies of games such as Limbo and Skullgirls Encore next month as part of May's Instant Game Collection, senior community specialist Kristine Steimer announced via the PlayStation Blog.
PlayStation 4 owners can pick up Stick It to The Man, previously released for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and Steam. The game follows hard hat tester Ray, who discovers an arm sticking out of his brain after a strange accident. With his new appendage, Ray can read the minds of others. The game was announced for PlayStation 4 and Wii U earlier this month.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, Puppeteer and Skullgirls Encore will be available via PlayStation 3. 2D fighting game Skullgirls Encore is a re-release of the original Skullgirls, while Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 uses Konami's Fox Engine to power its physics, player AI and more. Side-scrolling platformer Puppeteer, released last year, put players in charge of a boy-turned-puppet named Kutaro. After his head is eaten by the Moon Bear King, players can pick up replacements to gain special abilities.
Ground Zeroes premiered last month with the Classic Snake skin and the "Deja Vu" mission on PlayStation platforms, while the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions featured the "Jamais Vu" mission starring Metal Gear Solid: Revengeance's cybernetic Raiden.
The date "5/1" accompanies the announcement, though it's currently unknown whether this is a worldwide DLC release date or a launch date for the DLC in Japan. [Image: Konami]
The Outcast HD Kickstarter campaign is aiming high. I know plenty of people who remember the open world adventure fondly but $600,000 is a huge amount to ask for. With just less than two weeks to go, there’s less than $250,000 in pledges and it’s hard not to think that the most recent update video [...]
Following an initial reveal earlier this month, developer Respawn Entertainment has now graced us with a handful of screenshots and solid information on the War Games map included in Titanfall's upcoming "Expedition" DLC pack.
Unlike the game's other maps, War Games isn't real. That is, it's even less real than the video game's other maps as it takes place within the same simulator players strolled through during Titanfall's training mission. As a result, the developers were able to craft imaginative structures with a focus toward acrobatics without having to worry about things like design congruency and sensible architectural layouts. This virtual setting also allowed Respawn's level designers to incorporate level battlefields for the game's titular giant robots, free of debris that might distract from the task of blowing apart opposing robots.
For more, pay a visit to the Titanfallwebsite where designer Jason McCord offers his take on War Games. This map, along with two others, will debut in the Expedition DLC at some point in May, at a price of $10. [Image: EA]
You can now watch 50 minutes of gameplay from developer Sony Online Entertainment’s free-to-play, open-world, survival game, H1Z1. Game designer Jimmy Whisenhunt and technical director Tom Schenck brought the latest build of their DayZ-inspired zombie game to a live stream earlier this month. They pretty much covered everything there is to know about the game currently […]
The first major update to Unreal Engine 4 since its public launch last month adds support for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Epic games announced today.
Registered Xbox and PlayStation developers, including members of the ID@Xbox program, can access the complete Unreal Engine 4 code for these platforms.
The update also adds support for Linux and Valve's SteamOS operating system, as well as tweaks to the workflow for Android and iOS and a handful of changes based on community feedback. The Elemental demo is also now free for subscribers through the engine's marketplace, along with sample project Shooter Game, which demonstrates Unreal Engine 4's capabilities on PS4 and Xbox One.
The game is set in a Battlestar Galactica-like universe where earth has been destroyed and the remaining off-world survivors must rebuild civilization by constructing a functional habitat out of junk floating in space. You'll be able to move your jerry-rigged structure about by strapping rockets to it and propelling it through the zero-gravity vacuum.
So, here’s a quick refresher: World of Tanks had tanks and War Thunder had planes, and then World of Warplanes had planes so now War Thunder Ground Forces, currently in closed beta, has both tanks and planes fighting in the same world. I feel like these free-to-play World War II MMOs are in an arms [...]