Good news then folks, as The Division beta part deux is going to correct a few flaws. The patch notes for the next open beta of The Division have gone live, with some promising changes for any fans of the Dark Zone.
If you want to get one of the rarest ghosts in Destiny, the trick to doing so is simple: Just kill yourself.
There’s a reason why Gamora is so feared in the cosmos, I’d list those reasons,but I’m too busy being gobsmacked at how great this replica of hers looks.
In Other News: Battlefront players get to double down on XP, more Lumines on the way, swapping dragons for Beamdogs and there’s a zombie clause in my game.
With the Crimson Days having kicked off, Bungie’s massive open-world where you wait for stuff to happen has undergone a few changes again. Here’s some of what you can expect when you patch Destiny up.
Avengers, assemble! LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is six films worth of content, and just as predictable as the source material it came from in TT Fusion’s latest LEGO effort.
There’s a natural concern that Star Citizen’s beefy hardware requirements will also need an equally beefy online connection for universal exploration. And maybe it will. Sort of.
Well that didn’t take long. Realising that Deadpool may be a very bankable franchise for them, 20th Century Fox has already approved a Deuxpool follow-up.
Want in on the upcoming multiplayer beta for Homefront: The Revolution? Then click through pal. Unless you’re a commie menace that is.
By renaming your soldiers, you can give your troopers a power-up that will have the Greys running for cover when the heroes come knocking on their doors.
Capcom seems to still be interested in bringing back Onimusha’s trademark style and action for a new generation. If they ever get past the talking stage, that is.
The YES! chant master is no more, as Daniel Bryan has announced that his legendary career in a WWE ring is effectively over.