Bungie designer Luke Smith admitted this weekend that they made mistakes with Destiny's first DLC The Dark Below. They don't plan to repeat those errors with the next DLC, though.
Gearbox Software revealed at PAX South today that they're adding another character to Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Lady Aurelia Hammerlock, sister to legendary hunter Sir Hammerlock, will be introduced to the game in an upcoming DLC pack.
Get locked and loaded, soldiers, (and maybe stock up on Mountain Dew), because you’re in for a long play session with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare if you plan to take full advantage of the upcoming double experience weekend.
Friday afternoon, Jan. 16, news went out across The Last City and all regions beyond that Xur, Destiny’s mysterious weekend vendor, was selling the legendary sniper rifle known as Icebreaker. Arguably the best gun in the entire game, my mission was clear: I had to have it.
Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series will continue in a matter of weeks. Telltale Games has sent out the trailer and release dates for Episode 2, entitled "The Lost Lords."
Destiny players didn't have much trouble with the hard mode for Crota's End. The first Fireteam to clear the raid managed to do so in just under 30 minutes.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse is set to have its power level go above 9,000 with post-launch content, including a season pass that crams in three packs of extra characters and missions for players to kick, punch and Spirit Ball their way through.
Visceral Games has updated Battlefield Hardline's website with a ton of multiplayer information. They've released details and screenshots of each of the maps and modes from the cops vs. criminals shooter.
Destiny players will have a new challenge to tackle today. Bungie plans to implement the hard mode for 6-player raid Crota's End.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will soon receive its third major patch. This latest update, Patch 1.03, is loaded with fixes for bugs that were preventing players from progressing through the medieval fantasy RPG.
The Auto-punchbro... that's the name of the latest gimmick to “cheat” through Destiny. It's not really a cheat in the traditional sense; there are no codes to input, no rocks to manipulate, no lights to glitch. Instead, Auto-punchbro is exactly what it sounds like: a bot that auto-punches and periodically shoots.
Not that a game like Minecraft really needs a narrative, but one clever (and decidedly dark-thinking) Youtuber has crafted a yarn for the world-building game that actually makes something resembling sense.
In case your year-old copy of Dark Souls 2 didn't already feel complete enough with its massive story and three huge DLC packs, you'd better get ready for even more content as Bandai Namco gears up to release a new patch for the game, offering even more content and some additional tweaks (like a new character and a new ring) to prepare for the shift to its “ultimate version” of the game.
Destiny players will be able to find new five weapons in the shared-world shooter in a few days. From the look of their stats, you're going to want them for your collection.