Can anything South Park not be good? The Fractured But Whole was a small section of the Ubisoft Presser, only showing a 30 second teaser, but that and some gameplay released by Ubisoft shows a game with real promise. The trailer shows off a superhero friend group divided, and it’s up to the New Kid (the player) to unite the town. Continue reading E3 2017: Ubisoft shows off South Park: The Fractured but Whole
Ubisoft impressed with some cool looking gameplay from Far Cry 5. We got a peak at Falls End, a small town in Hope County that has been overrun by the fanatic cultist antagonists you fight against in game. Continue reading E3 2017: Ubisoft shows more Far Cry 5
Arc System Works is best known for Guilty Gear and their new game engine that brings anime style to life in 3D, in a way that puts traditional cel shaded games to shame. At times it’s really hard to believe their characters are actually 3D models, and not 2D animations. Now, Arc System Works is working on the IP that has needed this stylistic touch for over three decades: Dragon Ball Z. Continue reading Arc System Works is bringing Dragon Ball Fighter Z in 2018
Ubisoft isn’t going to have anything left to announce by the time E3 2017 arrives. Rumors have long been swirling about an Assassin’s Creed set in Egypt, and Game Informer has now confirmed the game, placing it on their next cover. The game will be set during the rise and reign of Cleopatra, and offers a departure from the Assassin’s Creed norm. Continue reading Game Informer leaks Assassin’s Creed Origins before it’s announced
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a game designed with Ninja Theory’s personal flair: Brutal melee combat that focuses on properly using Senua’s lithe frame and speed, a story revolving around mental illnesses in response to traumatic events, and a unique art style that was brought to life through innovative technology. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice has been touted as a unique “Independent AAA” game, built with the intentions of an indie title while using the production values of a typical AAA game.
When Mass Effect: Andromeda dropped, back in March, I had seen all the criticism. As a defiant long-term, die-hard fan of the series up to that point, I had no doubt in my mind that, even if others didn’t, I would enjoy it. I would make it a game I enjoyed, come hell or high water.
I know for a fact I wasn’t alone.
Once more bucking the pre-FIFA 17 trend of including F.C. Barcelona player Lionel Messi as the cover star, after his Ballon D’Or and success with Real Madrid C.F. this season, the teaser focuses on Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo. Continue reading The FIFA 18 teaser dropped today, here’s what it showed us
Capcom revealed today that owners of a PS4, Xbox One, or PC would be able to enjoy 4 of Mega Man’s adventures in the Mega Man Legacy Collection 2. The collection is a follow up to the first Mega Man Legacy Collection, which included many of the Blue Bomber’s early games. This installment, however, focuses on later entries into the Mega Man series. Continue reading Capcom announces Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
Age of Triumph, the most recent patch for Destiny was the final update for the game. Bungie has stated that they wanted to focus exclusively on the sequel in a blog post on their website. “All hands at Bungie are committed to making Destiny 2 the sequel that this community deserves.” They also confirmed that there will be Destiny 2 information at E3 2017. Continue reading Bungie brings Destiny development to a halt, focusing on sequel
Happy birthday to the game that made soccer appeal to more Americans than FIFA. In celebration of Rocket League’s two-year anniversary, the developers at Psyonix have announced a free update for its birthday on July 5th. The update will add an arena, two new cars, customization options, achievements and trophies, and plenty more. Continue reading Rocket League’s second anniversary update