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.
One of the best Xbox One (COUGH! And PC and Xbox 360 COUGH!) exclusives, Titanfall had something which the console was sorely lacking in the early days. And now, that game has crossed the ten million mark.
Just about every game these days has a season pass of some sort up their sleeves, and it looks like the Lara Croft sequel to the smash hit 2013 game, is no exception as a Rise of The Tomb Raider expansion has been spotted in the wilds of the net.
like all things in life, you’re missing an old favourite. Favourites such as Destiny’s regular Iron Banner tournament, and the weekend fun of a Trials of Osiris challenge run. Those Crucible modes have been missing lately, with players getting the hang of Rift and Mayhem instead. Well get ready Guardians. Because they’re coming back.
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
Xbox’s deals with gold is up, and Alien: Isolation is receiving the bulk of the discount with 70% off. That’s not a bad deal at all for the game, which wasn’t exactly terrible and actually pretty decent. If you’re into pinball and Batman, there’s some more good news below.