Call of Duty has regularly been a first-person shooter game that runs on a very linear story setup. Oftentimes gamers will just get thrown into the mix and play out the action as if it's a slightly deeper take on the on-rails arcade shooter... at least, mechanically.
The PlayStation beta begins this Thursday, with the Xbox crowd joining in on the fun just one week later. In other words, the whole world is about to find out whether or not the folks at Bungie, developers of the Halo series, are able to deliver on their promise to mix first-person shooting with MMO trappings on a scale that has never been seen before.
The never-ending struggle between the Autobots and the Decepticons rages on in Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, a new offering that bridges the worlds of the recent video games from High Moon Studios and the Michael Bay films. The result: A game that is exactly what meets the eye. Nothing more, nothing less.
Bungie's upcoming first-person shooter, Destiny, has had its installation size revealed for the PlayStation 4. The game will require 40GB of the PS4's hard drive space in order to install and operate properly.
At this point, it’s pretty safe to say that Bungie’s upcoming first-person shooter, Destiny, is going to be big. The developer has now revealed multiple special editions of the game to celebrate that fact, as well as final details on the upcoming beta.
After recently revealing that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for the Xbox One will look the same as it did at this past year's E3 event, Sledgehammer has also revealed that they will be aiming for spec parity across both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
Sledgehammer Games wanted to clear the air about their upcoming first-person shooter, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare: it's not going to be downgraded from what you saw at E3. According to the development team, “what you see is what you get”.
Activision and Sledgehammer are putting a lot of time and effort into the upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. They discuss some of the new ways that they're handling the game's animation system, facial recognition and performance capture techniques.
The beta test for Bungie's upcoming first-person shooter, Destiny, will commence in late July for both of Microsoft's home consoles. If you have the game pre-ordered, you'll be able to partake in the semi-closed beta on the Xbox 360 or the Xbox One.
Platinum Games is taking their expertise in third-person action titles and extrapolating those skills to a brand that absolutely deserves a studio like Platinum Games at the helm: The Last Airbender – The Legend of Korra.
GamingBolt spotted a comment from Bungie's senior environment artist, Jason Sussman, who explained why the game was not 1080p and 60fps on the eighth-gen console.
Another game will manage to hit 1080p on both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, this time it's Bungie's Destiny... well, according to GTTV's Geoff Keighley.
Gamers have taken any and every turn possible to share their privileged gaming experiences with the world, and Destiny's closed alpha is no exception to the rule.
We've seen brief bits of hints at the possibility of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare coming to the Wii U. However, things have ratcheted up by one extra notch following a tidbit of news coming out of the official E3 Insider website.
Today Activision revealed Invasion, the third DLC pack Call of Duty: Ghosts. Invasion will bring new multiplayer content to the game next week on Xbox One and Xbox 360.