There’s a great big patch for Halo: the master chief collection that was supposed to fix everything – especially the game’s rather broken matchmaking system. Since release, players have struggled to get in to matches in the game’s expansive multiplayer mode. That patch is out, weighs in at 1.6GB…and still doesn’t let players play the online multiplayer shooter against other people.
Well here’s something we haven’t done forever! I hope you missed it, because we’re giving Heroes of the Storm loving once more with some hero spotlights. A long time ago, we looked at Nova, the sneaky ghost who excels at sniping off weaker targets. This week we will check out Anub’arak, the traitor king from the Warcraft universe.
I thought I was done for the year. My review slate finished. Another forty plus games done and dusted, leaving me a blissful week within which to rest my eyeballs before Pokémon arrived. Which also meant a week for you to pray to your respective gods, because you know how I get during Pokémon season. BUT IT WAS NOT TO BE! For I have not one, not two but three games to blitz through and write about. You know what I defiantly say to that obstacle before me? “Not in the face!”.
I received my copy of Assassin's Creed Unity later than the rest of the reviewing world, it seems. I was actually happy about this - it meant that I played the entirety of the game after the Day One patch was released. So, is Ubisoft's most ambitious Assassin's Creed game worthwhile, or does it still smell like a French cliché?
You’re about to make an important choice. You’re going to decide whether you want to stick to the shadows and leave a dagger present in the back of a guard who has a wife and kids to support, or if you want to raise hell in the middle of an army and go down swinging. Dragon Age Inquisition is all about choice, and who you play as will decide how the game reacts to you. We’ve got a handy guide, to help inform that decision.
If I asked you to share the first block sandbox game that comes to mind, I’d willingly bet my first unborn child that you’d say Minecraft. Don’t worry, it’s was the first thing that popped into my head too, at least until recently when I learnt about another platform called Roblox. For lack of a better comparison, it reminds me of Mojang’s open world builder. It’s different though, allowing users to not only create their own worlds, but also entire game experiences for other to play – all in the comfort of a browser window.
During a lifestream about Final Fantasy Type-0, Game Director Hajime Tabata also ended up talking about Final Fantasy XV. While he didn't drop too many details about the demo, he did raise some eyebrows from fans.