During an Interview with Geoff Keighley on YouTube’s E3 Coverage Bungie’s Luke Smith confirmed that the upcoming sequel to Destiny will be locked to 30 FPS on the ‘Most powerful console in the world’ Xbox One X. Continue reading Destiny 2 Locked at 30 FPS on Xbox One X
Ubisoft had a fair spread at E3 this year. It wasn’t quite the maelstrom of new games Xbox pulled out of the bag alongside their new console, nor was it the relative disappointment of Bethesdaland. Without any further ado, let’s go through the titles they discussed.
Following its official reveal at the Xbox Briefing yesterday, Assassin’s Creed: Origins has now been given a cinematic trailer by Ubisoft showing off the various stunning landscapes of Ancient Egypt. It even includes camels. Continue reading E3 2017: Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Sony announced earlier this week they would be running the Days of Play store promotion, introducing a whole swathe of discounts from today through to June 21st. The majority of games affected are AAA titles by large publishers and developers, all of which have been cut in price anywhere between 10 and 50 percent.
Grey Box, developer of Rime, has stated that the Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM tool would be stripped from the game as soon as pirates managed to crack it. Five days after release, cracking group Skidrow have done exactly that. Continue reading Rime devs drop Denuvo DRM
I’m about to voice a mildly controversial opinion: Stronger iterations of modern consoles are virtually pointless, because the art of game design, particularly in terms of gameplay, has lagged far behind the technology aspect of video games. While consoles continue to inflate their TFLOPs, GDDR5 and all the other acronyms fans will throw around without knowing what they even mean, most major developers have fallen into a rut where the only tangible use for that extra power is prettier grass, shinier particle effects, and bigger crowds. Outside of cosmetic effects, how many modern games justify the power of the basic PS4 or XB1? Continue reading Do consoles really need more power?