As far as single-player games go, Assassin’s Creed is one of those titles that have a very strong presence in that domain. Sure, it has multiplayer, but have you ever heard someone explain that they were buying one of those games solely for that? In future games however, the single and multiplayer worlds could merge together.
I love playing LoL, mostly because there's no pause option. Don't start a game if you can't commit to the time it's going to take to complete it. Sure, sometimes life happens, but most of the time people pause for no good reason. So, what excuses would you deem acceptable?
Man, my whole day so far has been about resolutions. Aaaaaanyway, even though I’ll be putting my preorder down for the Xbox One in a few weeks, I have to admit that the PS4 has some damn good-lookin’ games. Like Killzone Shadow Fall, which looks so fantastic in person, that a streaming service can’t do it any proper justice.
Battlefield 4 is out in the US today, and the rest of the world on Friday – and if you plan on playing multiplayer (and you probably do), then you best download the game’s day one patch.
If there’s one thing that you can rely on in a Call of Duty game, it;s zombies. That’s if Treyarch is developing the game that is. This year, Infinity Ward steps up to the plate for Call of Duty: Ghosts, and it looks like they’re bringing an alien infestation with them as well.
A little while back I was given the honour of spending some quality time with the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer; giving the new game modes a try as well as trying out some of the new kill streaks.
One of the most defining differences between Call of Duty and Battlefield is simply the size of the respective maps. Call of Duty has always had tighter maps which, while not small, have never really competed with the size of some of the Battlefield maps.
A YouTube user has uploaded what he is claiming to be early beta footage of Assassin’s Creed 4 multiplayer gameplay.
Batman: Arkham Origins has a new developer in charge of the franchise, in the form of Warner Bros Montreal. With that change, comes new ideas for the game. Such as a multiplayer component that is being created by Splash Damage in tandem with the game. Will it be a cheap, quick experience though?
I think that I can say with the utmost confidence, that interest in the Battlefield 4 single-player experience is about on par with that of Geoff’s curiosity to homeopathic medicine. As in none. Multiplayer is where most of y’all will be headed. Now take a deeper look at that action.
Grand Theft Auto has been throwing out new details like it was going out of style recently. And it’s still got more to share, as the online portion of the game revealed some interesting tidbits this week.
Earlier today I posted up my feelings of Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 4 so it’s logical that I follow that up with my experience of Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Xbox One.
Guess what guys, next generation consoles are about to be released! Although, technically the Wii U is next gen and has already been released, but hey, let's forget about that. I'm preparing to share my cats' food in order to afford both the Xbox One and the PS4, but some of you are still debating. But look, there's more information to sway you!
Ryse: Son of Rome is one of Xbox One's launch titles, and has garnered a lot of attention. Sure, it looks pretty cool, but now we hear that it will have microtransactions for multiplayer. Um, are you guys sure you want to do that with a launch title meant to win people over?