DLC Tag

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 27 Nov 2014

While folks still refuse to believe that I actually play Call Of Duty for the single-player and not the humiliating multiplayer wherein I have the motor reflex skills of a sloth that has eaten too many Jamaican brownies, they’re more than willing to accept that I also dig the extra modes offered in the game. Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 had the best Zombie mode in my humble opinion,with many an hour spent shooting and cursing at the screen. Advanced Warfare will also have such a mode present, when it lands in January.

Posted by Alessandro Barbosa - 26 Nov 2014

Sunset Overdrive is currently one of the best games on the Xbox One, and a pretty great reason to pick up Microsoft's console. It's being kept alive by weekly and monthly challenges, but that can only go so far. DLC is what's going to keep this game alive and kicking for the next few months, and it's up to you to decide what's in and what's out.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 24 Nov 2014

Part of what will keep Evolve interesting in the long run is a plan to continue releasing maps to keep players on their toes. New monsters and hunters could also be introduced via DLC as well. However, they will make sure that everyone can always play together, even if they don't fork out for DLC.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 21 Nov 2014

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor may just be our surprise hit game of the year. I tried to take the review sample from Zoe to see what all the fuss was about, and instead walked away with bite marks and scratches after a pair of cats were summoned to attack me. Some people hey? By now, you’ve probably worked your way through the Nemesis system entirely, and need a new diversion to keep your interest in the game. Well how about some free DLC then?

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 18 Nov 2014

We’re in age where gaming doesn’t have to have a point. Sometimes, games can be immature, pointless and offer no tangible reward or satisfaction to a player. We call such digital rides YouTube games in the office, as the more ridiculous and trivial a game is, the likelier it is that the YouTube crowd will spend a few dollars on it in order to upload a Let’s Play so that they can grab some hits. Goat Simulator is one such game which epitomises this attitude. And now it’s going into MMO territory.

Posted by Matthew Figueira - 18 Nov 2014

It’s a pity Battlefield 4 became a broken mess for me a couple of weeks after I got it. I genuinely loved the game, but I haven’t touched it for many, many months. Every time I watch a video or anything related though, I have that itch to dive back in. The latest catalyst comes compliments of the last planned DLC simply called ‘Final Stand’. It has prototype weapons, secret military installations, and freezing landscapes…

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 17 Nov 2014

Another game that hasn’t had the best of launches this year, has to be DriveClub.. The game was meant to be Sony’s next big franchise, a first step into a gloriously realised online racing world. Instead, that side of the game has essentially become the post office strike, with DriveClub now entering week six of ongoing online feature delivery issues. Naturally, folks are angry. So prepare to be appeased.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 07 Nov 2014

Assassin's Creed Unity is giving us a peek behind the curtain. Ubisoft is livestreaming a bunch of new content, and even doing giveaways and Q&As. This isn't normally something I'd sign up for, and I think they know this - that's why they've added a giant carrot for signing up.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 07 Nov 2014

Are you enjoying a game, but feeling like there’s something missing, a hole that needs to be filled? Well good news guy, because nothing fills that void better than money. Especially if you’re in need of attack pants. The Witcher 3 is a game that could easily be mined for extra coin. But when it arrives next year, you’ll be getting a ton of content for free instead.

Posted by Alessandro Barbosa - 03 Nov 2014

Happy Call of Duty day? Personally, this used to be a far more exciting day back in the early Modern Warfare to era. I used to get all sorts of overly excited for every year’s Call of Duty launch, especially those which had the co-operative Zombie mode. Not only am I far less excited this year, but zombies are also being ripped out of the core package.