Watch Dogs was meant to be one of the games to launch with the new generation of consoles, but it was delayed at the 11th hour. The delay’s caused some to lose interest, but we’re still pretty keen for Ubisoft’s open-world hacktastic adventure. To date, we’ve had no idea when the game would actually be released – but now we do. And we’ve got the trailer to prove it.
Guys, I know what you need. More Tom Clancy’s The Division. And if you step into the dark alleyway that has the oddly convenient factor of being able to muffle loud noises, I’ll show you a couple of new ones. That’s right, follow me…
And I’m finally allowed to talk about South Park again! In case you haven’t noticed, I had a blast playing the game, which was a mix of great combat mixed with even better jokes. I’m not the only person who played it however, so c’mon down to this article and meet some reviews of mine.
It’s offensive. It’s crude. It pushes the boundaries of taste and is more offensive than finding presidential used condoms outside of an abortion clinic. And that’s just the regular South Park cartoon which has been on TV since the 1990s. The game? It’s all that, but amplified to a new degree of vicious and intelligent comedy. And dammit, it’s given me the best laugh in ages.
I hate waiting for release dates. Microsoft is making us wait for a date for local launch of Xbox One, and the games delayed at the end of 2013 are still dangling over us. Do we finally have a date for Watch Dogs? Well, maybe.
Ubisoft have a new racing game - The Crew - coming out in the near future and while the genre appears to be quite cramped Ubisoft feel they are offering something unique that will help them succeed. I’ve played the game and it’s a lot of fun and if the game ends up being as good as the preview then it likely will do very well indeed.
Some games in life are challenging. Some are burtally difficult. And then there’s Trials Evolution, a motocross game which feeds on your tears and broken controllers while remaining more addictive than heroin chocolate. That classic game is getting a sequel in two months. And I’m planning on stocking up on spare controllers.
Are you dreaming of an Assassin’s Creed sequel that has you Peter Parkouring your way across Feudal Japan and locking samurai blades with noble lords? Well keep dreaming.
Steam Sales are always after your money. Awesome games at bargain prices, who can say no? Now, these prices aren't quiet comparable to the ones you saw in December, but some of them are pretty good.
Last year’s Rayman Legends has been re-released for the new consoles from Sony and Microsoft, a curious decision seeing that that game already runs at 1080p at 60frames per second on all available platforms. We take a look to see what’s different.
If you have 30 minutes to spare, grab a cup of coffee and a cookie, muffin or some other baked good and settle in to watch some extended gameplay from two rather anticipated upcoming games. Square Enix has released 17 minutes of thief footage for your enjoyment, while Ubisoft has released 13 minutes of South Park: The Stick of Truth.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Rayman Legends are only days away. With the announcement that the PS4 version will support Remote Play using the PlayStation Vita, many thought that this could be the final nail in the coffin of the Wii U, rendering Nintendo’s Gamepad controller no longer unique.
Financial years always confuse me, just like school years do in the northern hemisphere. We already have a perfectly serviceable calendar from January - December, why do we have to have years that run from April 2014 to March 2015? Oh well, whatever "year" you want to call it, Ubisoft has said they're bringing out five major titles in that time period.
Watch Dogs, the much anticipated next-gen launch game that was delayed into 2014, is closer to a release date. No, we don't actually have a day or month that you can mark on your calendar, but we have some seasonal guidelines.