Destiny Beta Adds Iron Banner Maps Today
Destiny's beta test on PS4 and PS3 is going to expand today with some new content. Bungie plans to launch a special competitive event called the Iron Banner.
Weekly Recap: Destiny's Beta Gets Underway And 5 Other Big Stories
Destiny's beta gets underway for PlayStation consoles. Doom is unveiled at this year's QuakeCon. Tekken 7 is announced at Evo and tons more news in this July 19th, 2014 edition of the Weekly Recap.
Rainbow Six: Siege Multiplayer Gameplay Video Released
Ubisoft wanted to change their image as the company who puts out amazing stage demos but fails to deliver on the gameplay front, by releasing an actual gameplay video of Rainbow Six: Siege.
Final Fantasy Type-0 Fan Translation Gets Shutdown By Square Enix
One of the most highly anticipated translations being worked on by the gaming community – a very passionate and dedicated community at that – has been shutdown with a cease and desist by Square Enix. How do we know? Well, the beta patch for the PSP version of the game has been pulled and work on the project must be brought to cessation.
PS4 Wins June Sales; Wii U Up 233% Over Last Year; Xbox One Still A Mystery
The NPD results for June have come in and the PlayStation 4 continues to dominate the sales charts. While numbers are hard to come by for the hardware figures, we do know a few things based on stats made available from a collection of sources.
Doom Coming For PS4, Xbox One, PC, Runs 1080p At 60fps
Bethesda had id Software's executive producer Marty Stratton take to the stage at this year's QuakeCon to announce Doom. It's not called Doom 4, it doesn't have a catchy subtitle or some re-imagined take on the series that requires Doom X or Doom 2000 or Doom: Super Turbo Edition, it's just called Doom and it's going to be the original game made with today's technology.
Ex-Dictator Sues Activision Over Call Of Duty Black Ops 2
The 80-year-old former dictator of Panama, Manuel Noriega, has filed a lawsuit against Activision Blizzard for using his likeness in Call of Duty: Black Ops II for home consoles and PC. He claims that the studio owes him for damages and for using his likeness in the game.
Review: Abyss Odyssey Is Worth Exploring
There’s a warlock sleeping at the bottom of a terrifying chasm and the creatures of his dreams are spilling out into the world, slaying everyone who stands in their path. Your job is to venture into those depths, destroy the nightmare creatures and wake the warlock from his slumber. Welcome to Abyss Odyssey.
Assassin's Creed Unity And 20 Facts You Didn't Know About The Game
A new video has been released by ACVideos (that's Assassin's Creed Videos, in case you didn't know) detailing 20 confirmed facts about the game that a lot of people probably didn't know about. You can check out the video and find out some interesting things about the game.
Destiny Beta Launches For PS3, PS4
Bungie has launched the beta of Destiny, the first-person shooter, for PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4. For those of you who pre-ordered you can get in on the action right now.
GTA 5's Online Mode Gets 10 New Verified Jobs
Rockstar has sent out word that 10 new verified jobs have been added to Grand Theft Auto V's online mode for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. The jobs have been added courtesy of an event that Rockstar held a month ago.
Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Doesn't Have Branching Storylines
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.
PlayStation 2-For-1 Sale Bundles Some Great Games
Sony doesn’t seem to be slowing down in the sales department, offering new discounts on pretty much a weekly basis throughout the summer. This week’s sale is a 2-for-1 affair, bundling two games together and dishing them out to players for the cost of, you guessed it, one.
2Player: Time To Get Hyped For Destiny
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.
Bioware Needs Your Help For Mass Effect 4
Bioware's Mike Gamble, the producer for the Mass Effect series, has taken to Twitter to announce that the company is holding a short survey to determine how they should proceed with the next game in the series.