All posts by Andrew Cannell

Respawn Promises Free Maps & Modes, No Season Pass for Titanfall 2

Where most developers have moved to a paid DLC or Season Pass model to ensure their player-base continues to pay well after purchase, Respawn Entertainment have announced that Titanfall 2 will provide free maps, modes and more to players to ensure that the player base does not get separated by content walls. Continue reading Respawn Promises Free Maps & Modes, No Season Pass for Titanfall 2

Future Pokémon Games Could Be Featured on Nintendo Switch

In a recent interview with Game Informer Junichi Masuda, producer of Game Freak’s latest Pokémon titles Sun & Moon, did not rule out the possibility of cross-platform releases for future Pokémon titles.

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PlayStation Unveils New Tournaments Feature

PlayStation has announced that they will be introducing Tournaments to PlayStation in partnership with ESL Gaming. Tournaments will have an open sign up that requires a PlayStation Plus membership, a copy of the game featured in the tournament, and linking your account to an ESL Gaming account (register here).

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Impressions and Features Revealed in Paradox’s stream of “Tyranny”

Gamers were provided a sneak peak into the world of Tyranny, Obsidian Entertainment’s latest RPG title from Paradox Interactive. Similar to its predecessor, Pillars of Eternity, and others, such as the classic RPG Baldur’s Gate, Tyranny has players take on the role of their own customized protagonist that they navigate through an engrossing setting and engaging plot. Continue reading Impressions and Features Revealed in Paradox’s stream of “Tyranny”

Red Dead Redemption 2 Announced!

Rockstar Games didn’t leave fans to speculate for much longer as for the third consecutive day they tweeted an image associated with the Red Dead franchise. However, the third image was far more informative than the previous two, announcing Rockstar Games sequel to Red Dead Redemption. Once again though, PC gamers will be left wanting as the official announcement on their website suggests Red Dead Redemption 2 will be exclusively a console release for Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

An official trailer will be revealed in two days on October 20th at 11am (EST), with the release of the game stated to be for Fall 2017.

The actual details of the game are still open to speculation, but with the silhouettes of the second teaser finally revealed, gamers get a better look at seven characters featured and the far left character looks closest to John Marston. Whether that is confirmed will likely be revealed with Rockstar Games trailer release in two days.