A brand new Titanfall 2 trailer was just released. The short two minute video gives a brief glimpse into the campaign, which focuses on the Militia grunt Jack Cooper and BT as they work together to stop the IMC from launching a weapon that can destroy worlds. The video shows a few new weapons and zones, from an arc rifle to an entirely time frozen area. Continue reading Latest Titanfall 2 trailer focuses on the single-player campaign
Games Workshop have enjoyed something of a renaissance of late when it comes to video games, spearheaded by the critical acclaim achieved by Creative Assembly’s Total War: Warhammer and Fatshark’s Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide, as well as fan fervour surrounding the upcoming third entry in the Dawn of War series. Continue reading Man O’ War: Corsair’s latest update stirs the Winds of Chaos
Titanfall 2’s October 28th release date is just two weeks away. Which means now is a good time to take a look at some of the new features Respawn Entertainment hopes will lure fans, old and new, to their multiplatform FPS. Continue reading Will new features and more Titans help Titanfall 2 stay relevant?
In case you missed it, Shadow Warrior 2’s launch trailer wants to remind you that the game doesn’t take itself too seriously. “The Touch” by Stan Bush? Yep. Gratuitous, comedic violence? Check. References to wanting some Wang? whowantssome.wang. Continue reading The Shadow Warrior 2 launch trailer doesn’t take itself too seriously
In a live stream today Pete Murray and Ed Beach of Firaxis games showcased the new leader mechanics in the upcoming release Civilization VI. It has been pretty obvious for a while that Civ VI would include the ability to pick different leaders for each civilization, but the inclusion was officially confirmed yesterday with the reveal of the Greek leader Gorgo: Continue reading New Info on Civilization VI Leaders
The first of three DLC packages for Dark Souls 2, the Crown of the Sunken King primarily takes place the poison plagued, subterranean sanctum city of Shulva. While Dark Souls 2 may be looked at as inferior to the original, I never saw it as anything less than a stellar sequel, so my expectations for the Sunken King were high.