Information warfare is the new black. Why focus on modern warfare, when there’s a whole world of advanced warfare waiting out there? That’s the idea behind Call of Duty: Black Ops III, a game which has its own spin on the soldiers of tomorrow and their various augmentations.
It’s been two years since Batman: Arkham Origins released. Two years since fans were subjected to a buggy mess of a prequel that could barely manage a fast-travel system before crashing into a sea of glitches and flames. Man, what a difference time makes.
LEGO Dimensions, the plucky new upstart which combines the Danish brick property with various other movie, TV and gaming licenses. Turns out, that was a smart move. Because just about everybody wanted to get their hands on the hot new property.
This year, Call of Duty's story-mode focuses on a more co-operative sense of play, with support for up to four players to tackle the narrative and pew-pew away. Thing is, that support doesn’t extend to the last-gen Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game, as they can’t handle the single-player requirements
You’ll tackle levels, complete challenges and earn a healthy dose of experience along the way in Disney Infinity 3.0. Or, if you’re impatient, you can just use the toybox to make a level-up machine. Here’s how you do it