The new year apparently won't bring any changes to the Games with Gold program. The January 2015 slate for the promotion includes two free games for Xbox 360 and one free game for Xbox One like usual.
Despite some massive budgets for a few of these titles, it didn't stop the games from tripping and falling on their face once they hit the market – this is despite the fact that just about every game on this list sold quite well. So here are the major games that failed to properly meet player expectations and disappoint greatly in 2014.
With Christmas only a few days away, the folks over at PlayStation have a few more digital stocking stuffers to dish out with one last weekly update of new games for 2014. The PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 are all getting a little something under the tree this week, with the highlight being the launch of Switch Galaxy Ultra on the PS4 and Sony’s portable device.
It's like the old saying goes: You can lead a horse to Minecraft, but you can't make it drink. Or something like that. The point is that Xbox versions of Minecraft now boast horses, so get ready to tame the blocky wild west, one creeper at a time.
The official opening cinematic sequence for Resident Evil Revelations 2 has gone live. Capcom's upcoming third-person, action-focused, horror-survival game is prepping for release on the new-gen and old-gen consoles alike and the opening cinematic helps set the mood. Check it out below.
One of the most critically acclaimed comic books released in recent times could become a game, according to the creator of the series. The name of the comic? Saga. And the writer believes that a development studio like TellTale Games would be perfectly suited to handle the material.
Moneyhorse Games won't be cancelling their video game parodying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Instead, they plan to incorporate North Korea's alleged threats and hacking of Sony Pictures into the game.
If you're a Star Wars fan, you've probably watched the teaser trailer for The Force Awakens way too many times. However, you should really check out this gamer's detailed recreation of the trailer within Grand Theft Auto 5.
The launch of Hearthstone on Android devices finally convinced me to dive into mobile gaming, something I have almost completely avoided these past few years while waiting for the platform to mature and produce a more robust selection of quality titles. While Blizzard's free-to-play card battle game give me plenty of hope, most of my other experiences this past month have left me underwhelmed.
With all three new consoles finally out on the market, previous gen machines still going strong and both portable and mobile gaming rolling full steam ahead, 2014 was a pretty big year for video games. But for every big AAA hit we could see coming from a mile away, there were an equal number of unexpected gems popping up all over the place.
We recently reported on a possible upcoming expansion pack for The Sims 4; one of many that EA and Maxis undoubtedly have planned for release. The expansion is called Outdoor Retreat and is scheduled for release this January.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players can now earn new rewards online. The latest update for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC versions introduces daily challenges to multiplayer.
Square Enix released a new trailer for Final Fantasy XV highlighting more of the gameplay and giving gamers a bit more of a coherent overview of the story.
Hatred gets banned and restored on Greenlight, GTA V's heists are finally coming and the PS Vue beta invites are being sent out. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
No one plays World of Warcraft as well as these guys.