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Scheduled to go live this summer, the PvP deathmatch rendition of H1Z1 will be launching on the PS4 and Xbox One. The small slice off of the open-world zombie survival title will be called H1Z1: King of the Hill and it will focus on PvP survival antics set within deathmatch arenas.
There's a game of Snake – yes that old Basic game from decades ago – running in a little Tweet by the science editor at the Nerdist, Kyle Hill. The tweet of the game of Snake is very mesmerizing as it goes from start to finish and then rinses and repeats.
The launch of Street Fighter V is just around the corner so, in order to get everyone ready for the big launch, Capcom has started rolling out a series of videos meant to introduce fighting fans to the cast of brawlers. They kick things off with Ken.
Bohemia Interactive sent out word that DayZ's forums have been hacked. Not only that but usernames, e-mail addresses and passwords have been stolen by hackers. Bohemia Interactive has suggested for users to change their passwords ASAP as they switch to an all new board system to better protect users.
Stardock Entertainment's The Political Machine 2016 is a single or multiplayer political campaign simulator. It lets players take on the role of a current candidate or create their own on their way toward the primaries and a shot at becoming the President of the United States.
Starting May 13, fans of first-person shooters and aficionados gibs and gore will be able to get their hands on id Software's Doom reboot for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. This was announced recently by the boys and girls at the development studio who popularized first-person shooters back in the early 1990s.
Back in 2013, Senscape, including Agustín Cordes who helped design Scratches, unleashed a new project on Kickstarter called Asylum. And since the game was greenlit on Steam in 2013, there’s almost been no word of when we could expect the game in its full capacity. So the real question is, what happened to it?
Conan O’Brien has rolled out his latest “Clueless Gamer” video, this time taking on upcoming Doom with the help of a couple gentlemen who will be going toe-to-toe in the Super Bowl this coming Sunday. As you can probably guess, the results are pretty entertaining.
Techland and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released a new trailer for Dying Light: The Following, showcasing how the new and improved “Be The Zombie” mode will play out now that an even larger environment is present and the deadly dune buggies are rolling around the countryside.
From developer Clapfoot, the 1950’s style, sci-fi adventure, Fortified, dates back to multiplayer games like Team Fortress 2 in the style of the comical martian invader movie, Mars Attacks. I was given the opportunity to test out the game for myself on Steam, and let’s just say I wasn’t totally disappointed. Although, it also wasn’t what I expected.
Companies like Electronic Arts and Ubisoft have been using beta campaigns as a way to lure in gamers to get excited for upcoming titles, and Mirror's Edge Catalyst happens to be one of them. Registration for the closed beta has opened up right now for Xbox One, PS4 and PC gamers. The CBT will take place some time before the game launches on May 24th.
The Division recently had a closed beta test over the last weekend for select gamers who registered to participate as well as those who pre-ordered the game. One of the biggest complaints was about the hacking and cheating going on. Ubisoft has responded to those complaints.
Put together for a 48-hour streaming charity event in connection with Able Gamers, developers from various indie games will be live-streaming a complete play-through of the 1999 RPG, Final Fantasy VIII during the Super Bowl weekend.
The folks over at Cartoon Network Studios have put together a brand new mobile game but, surprisingly enough, it isn’t based on any of the studios existing hit properties. Instead, it’s a wholly original game called OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo, and it arrives today on mobile.
If you were lucky enough, you might remember the very first Sims game when it released in 2000 for PC. Compared to today’s Sims games, it was rough but genius in its design and gameplay—so much that people couldn’t put it down. To celebrate The Sims’ Sweet Sixteen today, EA has announced a new romantic-themed expansion pack just in time for Valentine’s Day.