GTA 5's online heists finally have a release date. However, this good news was balanced out with some bad news: the PC version of the game has been pushed back again.
Are you ready for zombies, Super Saiyans, shadowy spiders and jousting underwater creatures? You’re damn right you are, and that’s exactly what you’re getting this week as another eclectic mix of new titles make their way to the PlayStation family of consoles.
It's been awhile since Rockstar Games has shared any new details about GTA 5's online heists for a few months. Fortunately, a new batch of leaked screenshots are here to tide us over.
To play online in any PS4 or Xbox One game, you need to have a premium subscription for that console. This weekend Mortal Kombat X executive producer Shaun Himmerick (accidentally) gave gamers the impression that the fighting game wouldn't require Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus.
A new graphics comparison has been put out by Digital Foundry for Dark Souls II. It compares the game's graphics between the PlayStation 3 build and the PlayStation 4 gold master disc build. The differences – especially measuring the 720p fidelity versus the 1080p fidelity – are quite startling.
Things are getting hotter and heavier on the story side of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's critically acclaimed RPG, with the latest bit of DLC bringing a highly awaited sub-plot to life that was heavily hinted at in the main game.
In Dying Light, undercover operative Kyle Crane is dropped into the zombie-infested city of Harran, where he must work with warring groups of survivors in order to gain an edge over the undead masses while simultaneously fulfilling his own secret objectives. It’s a role that requires a voice actor to wear a lot of different hats, and one that Roger Craig Smith was happy to undertake.
Dying Light's lack of perfection shouldn't stop Techland from developing a sequel. The game isn't a technological masterpiece, but it has a handful of elements that are unique to the zombie genre. And the universe is far more interesting than most of the other zombie titles on the market.
Destiny, the ever-changing first-person shooter from Bungie, is set to undergo Update 1.1.1 in the near future, implementing the usual assortment of tweaks and fixes, as well as one big item: a highly anticipated alteration to weekly Heroic Strikes.
Rock Band could be resurrected. That's what a new report is saying about the music-rhythm game that used to be all the rage back in the day. There are some missing details on the specifics, but the general gist is that the once-popular brand will be making a return for the Xbox One and PS4.
An amateur LEGO engineer has crafted a weapon that will make every Destiny player salivate: the Gjallarhorn exotic rocket launcher.
Capcom didn't forget about Deep Down, the free-to-play, action-RPG exclusive for Sony's PlayStation 4. It's just a bit delayed because... well, they're trying to make it better than what it was originally supposed to be.
If you’re looking to dive deep into the PlayStaiton family of consoles, or perhaps just gain access to your PlayStation 4 from two rooms in the house, then there is a promotion at GameStop this week that you might want to take a look at. In short, it gives you a free PlayStation TV with the purchase of a PlayStation 4.
The Order: 1886 will finally be launching on PS4 worldwide tomorrow. Today the first reviews arrived and they're not very enthusiastic.