Why are some games on some systems and not on others? “Why is it that all the games that seem interesting and unique aren't coming to my system?” That's probably what a lot of fans are asking whenever news breaks that an interesting new title is coming to one platform and not the other. Well, White Paper Games explains why.
Congratulations! You've been formally invited to the GTA 5 beta test starting soon on Xbox One.
Ubisoft confirmed today that Far Cry 4 will be getting multiple DLC packs following its launch. These add-ons will add both multiplayer and single-player content to the open-world shooter.
Microsoft raised some eyebrows last week when they confirmed that Halo: Master Chief Collection would get a 20GB patch on its launch day. Halo franchise development director Frank O'Connor followed up on the announcement with a lengthy defense.
Visceral Games is changing Battlefield: Hardline based on gamers' opinions on the beta test. General manager Steve Papoutsis revealed some of these alterations in a new interview.
Sacrifices. Everyone has to make sacrifices, even in the face of excellence. So what am I talking about and why must everyone make sacrifices? Well, in the world of video game technology, performance is dictated by hardware and if the hardware isn't up to snuff, well.. sacrifices must be made.
Bungie still isn't quite happy with Destiny's raid Vault of Glass. They've got some some big changes in the works for the final boss and its loot.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection has gone gold, 343 Industries revealed today. In this morning's announcement, they also clarified many important details about the game's launch.
The six-man raid Vault of Glass is the hardest challenge in Destiny right now. However, a group of experienced players with great gear can make the Vault look easy.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is only about a month away from its Nov. 18 launch date and, in order to get all of your fans of swords and sorcery ready for the impending action, the team at BioWare have prepared a new cinematic trailer, called “The Hero of Thedas,” that manages to cram in all of the fantasy tropes you could ever hope for.
That's right, full DLNA server support has been implemented into Microsoft's console, meaning you no longer have to use Jerry-rigged antics to stream media to the console.
There's a bit more flames to be fanned in the fanboy console wars, as there's a minor win for the Xbox One over the PlayStation 4 in CPU computations, just the same as there's a massive win for the PS4 over the Xbox One in GPGPU calculations.
Earth, air, fire and water. Each element provides its own fighting edge in The Legend of Korra, and only the titular Avatar herself can bend them all to her will. The development team at PlatinumGames has pulled back the curtain on the fighting engine for its upcoming brawler based on the hit television series, showing off all four elements in the latest developer diary.
The PlayStation 4 sales phenomenon isn't isolated to just the United States and Europe; the console has been selling like crazy in various countries, one of which includes Spain. A new tweet from IGN has indicated that the PlayStation 4 has managed to move 360,000 units and has moved seven times more units than the Xbox One.
In recent times we've been seeing a lot of PC games hit with console-style parity for some pretty ridiculous things. For instance, one of the common trends we've been seeing a lot of lately is a 30 frames per second hard-lock on PC ports, which makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Well, a Ubisoft engineer supposedly spilled some beans on why that is.