June's PlayStation Plus updates get rolling with three new titles for your Instant Game Collection this week, including Trine 2: Complete Story and PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate for the PlayStation 4, and NBA 2K14 for the PlayStation 3.
“But, but, but, it's the same as the Xbox 360” was the response a lot of apologists threw up during the Killer Instinct DRM fiasco. We've never received any wide reports about situations like the Killer Instinct scenario happening in any frequent manner with Xbox 360 owners, but if that's the story the defense squad wants to stick to, then that's fine and dandy... but what about NBA 2K14?
Kotaku recently did a editorial column addressing and rolling out all the game's faults as they stand. It's not just a recount of issues brought forward by angry fans and dedicated gamers, it's an honest depiction of mistrust employed by shady business tactics by a once trustworthy branch of Take-Two Interactive.
I had to read through many different reviews for different platforms of a single game: NBA 2k14. That's right, the golden sports goose from 2K Sports. So why did I have to read through so many reviews for such a highly lauded and highly praised game? Because “Microtransactiongate” has seeped into the new generation of home console gaming in the worst way imaginable.
LeBron James will be gracing the cover of NBA 2K14. This will be the first time he's appeared on a video game cover, which is a shock considering how many years he's been LeBron James.
E3 is one of the largest gaming events of the year but publisher 2K Games isn't planning to attend. The company announced today that they won't have a booth at the annual trade fair.