As the days get hotter, the Advanced Warfare action is heating up! Supremacy starts the second half of this year's DLC season. Get ready for four additional multiplayer maps and the next trip into Exo Zombies.
The second quarter of 2015 is being accompanied by the second quarter of Advanced Warfare DLC! First on Xbox, Ascendance follows the add-on parameters established by Havoc: four new MP map choices, a fresh weapon, and a sequel installment of Exo Zombies.
Advanced Warfare fans, the wait is over. It is officially DLC season! Sledgehammer's first round of extra content is now available for Xbox LIVE members in the form of Havoc. The customary four new multiplayer maps are met by a new assault rifle and a new spin on the classic CoD Zombies experience.
When I first saw the pre-rendered Happy Hunting trailer for Evolve, I was entranced. The eerie setting of the jungle, great musical tone set by Lissie's cover of "Mother" by Danzig, and the reveal of what this group of human beings is after, a giant monster. From the onset, it was clear Turtle Rock Studios wanted to do something ambitious: create an entire game with a stark "numbers" imbalance....[Read More]
Call of Duty fans, prepare to face your final, Nemesis! The last DLC pack for Ghosts is here: four new multiplayer maps and the defining final chapter in the Extinction anthology.
The second half of Ghosts' DLC season is underway! The 3rd quarter is offered to the Xbox crowd first with Invasion. This $15 standalone purchase, or "free" for season pass holders, offers three brand new multiplayer maps with a port of a timeless fan favorite, plus another puzzle piece to the on-going Extinction saga.
Hold tight, reinforcements are on the way! EA and Respawn Entertainment are dropping the first set of DLC content for Titanfall. Expedition includes three new maps that support all of the current game modes found in the Multiplayer playlist.
It's time to go in again with Call of Duty DLC! As a stand alone addition, or unlocked with a Ghosts season pass, Devastation brings us the same package format as Onslaught: four adversarial maps, a new weapon, and a fresh Extinction chapter.
Constant C, a puzzle-platformer originally developed for Android, is coming the Xbox 360 and Steam before the end of the month. I've spent several hours with a build that is close to the final Xbox 360 code, and I've got some impressions to share.
While the Playstation 4 and Xbox One were released in November of last year, the next generation starts in earnest this March. Titanfall, developed by Respawn Entertainment with EA as the publisher, is set to drop on the One and PC March 11 with a port to the 360 from Bluepoint Games arriving March 25. EA was kind enough to afford us a closed beta code early so I could experience this crazy hype...[Read More]
When you think of browser-based gaming, you think of simple, casual flash games that will entertain you as you’re waiting for the next bus or possibly the professor in class to stop chattering. You never really see it more than a quick-hitting casual experience. In hindsight, why should it be more than that? The financial risk of a large development team putting together something more than a Cand...[Read More]
Larian Studios' Divinity series continues with Divinity: Original Sin (DOS), currently in Alpha and an Early Access title on Steam. I've had a chance to play some of the latest Alpha build and if you're into western RPGs with lots of dialogue, exploration, and smooth turn-based combat, DOS may be right for you.