A few months back, Geoff and I got some hands on time with Evolve. It made us happy and excited for the game. Now, I've gotten to play more, and I can officially tell the naysayers - there is nothing boring or repetitive about this gameplay.
Watch Dogs may only be a few weeks away, but the game is still keeping a few secrets under wraps. One such section where details are few and far between, is in the multiplayer department. Originally, it was thought that savvy players could actually invade someone else’s game and make life hell for the less prepared. But it won’t be that hostile in cyberspace.
Multiplayer isn't for everyone, there are plenty of gamers who prefer to play on their own. However, it doesn't always have to be head to head combat to engage multiple players. Watch Dogs seems to have a ton of single player content, as well as some innovative multiplayer for those who are so inclined.
Yesterday, I got to play Evolve in an awesome preview event. You can read all about what Geoff and I thought of the game, and you should. We also talked with 2K's international producer, Iain Willows, and he had some cool tidbits to share with us.
Video games sometimes get unfairly painted as tutorials for how to commit all kinds of murder in the real world. And sometimes, that’s true. Because hands down, no other game on the market makes murder simulation as brutally satisfying as the Sniper Elite games. A sequel is on the way, this time taking place in Effrika. And beyond the single-player portion, the game sounds like it has a solid online mode as well.
Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy-branded online, multiplayer survival shooter RPG The Division is coming to PC and the new consoles later this year. It’s powered by Massive entertainment’s shiny new Snowdrop engine, which its creators say will allow smaller teams to make big, high-end AAA titles with relative ease.