Marvel and Square Enix team up for new Avengers project.

I’ve always wondered why there seemed to be a lack of superhero games in the last few years and apparently, somebody at Square Enix thought the same. Earlier today we got our first teaser for Square Enix and Marvel’s new partnership, which you can find below.

The future is now with Project Diva: Future Tone!

Pros:
  • Massive song list.
  • Great unlockables including SEGA classics.
  • Colorful and insanely high quality art & graphics.
Cons:
  • Difficulty can be too much if you're not ready.
Graphics
5
Story
N/A
Sound
5
Control
4
Fun Factor
4

Microsoft exclusive Scalebound no longer in development.

It’s always a sad day to see a game that you were looking forward to get canceled. Sadly, Platinum Games’ Scalebound, previously announced exclusively for Xbox One and PC has been the latest to fall victim to this fate. Microsoft today confirmed:

“After careful deliberation, Microsoft Studios has come to the decision to end production for Scalebound,” a Microsoft spokesperson said in a statement to Polygon. “We’re working hard to deliver an amazing lineup of games to our fans this year, including Halo Wars 2, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves and other great experiences.”

Scalebound genuinely looked interesting, and we had seen gameplay as recently as E3 2016. It’s strange and somewhat disheartening for Xbox One owners, and I hope we see hints of Scalebound’s mechanics in the future.

Curious about Scalebound? Check out the gameplay from E3 2016 below the cut!  Continue reading…

Microsoft apparently bringing “Game mode” To Windows PCs, works similar to Xbox One hardware.

According to Windows Central; 

“Microsoft is working on a brand new “Game Mode” feature for Windows 10 that will enhance the PC gaming experience by minimizing resources used by running apps to almost nothing and allocating freed up resources to the game, making it run faster, better and smoother overall.”

While the details are currently scarce, Windows Central goes on to say that their sources state that it will “works similarly to how Xbox One handles running a game. Xbox OS, when a game is launched, will allocate resources to make sure the game is running the best it possibly can.” Meaning that the system will allocate resources specifically to playing games. A weird statement, and more confusing than anything else. I would love to see Microsoft comment on this soon.

Super Mario Maker makes you rage, on the go!

Pros:
  • Fantastic level creation tools help you make amazing levels.
  • Fun levels from the Wii U version make the game start out with a TON of levels.
  • An easy to follow, if not a tad annoying, tutorial help even newbies make fantastic levels.
Cons:
  • Lack of classic "costumes" create a lack of rewards.
  • Difficulty to share levels makes the game feel a bit isolated.
Graphics
4
Story
N/A
Sound
5
Control
5
Fun Factor
4

Jimmy Fallon Debuts the Nintendo Switch as well as Breath of the Wild!

I know I’m excited about the Switch, but I didn’t know how excited until I saw this video. Jimmy Fallon shows off the first gameplay of the Switch version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, making me a very, very jealous man.

President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aimé guides Jimmy through Super Mario Run before debuting the Nintendo Switch game system by playing The Legend of Zelda in front of creator Shigeru Miyamoto.

 

Grey Box’s Spaceship Action Game ‘Dreadnought’ Coming to PS4!

Controlling giant spaceships in combat? Sign me up.

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Dec. 3, 2016 – Grey Box, Six Foot and independent developer YAGER have revealed that Dreadnought, the class-based spaceship action game, will be coming to the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system next year. Announced today with a new gameplay trailer at PlayStation Experience 2016,Dreadnought will make its console-exclusive debut on the PlayStation®4 system with a closed beta beginning in 2017, which eager captains can sign up for now at www.dreadnought.com/ps4.

You can find the rest of the PR release below Click on to read the full PR…

New Zelda: Breath of the Wild footage blows our mind.

The Game Awards has this weird way of always getting us excited. It might have something to do with there being Zelda footage the last two years. You can find the trailers below, along with some info from Nintendo:

The new trailer showcases the vast game world, and includes glimpses of a few new characters. The commentary video features Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff from the Nintendo Treehouse on a quest to find a mysterious shrine while encountering their fair share of new threats along the way.

Master the art of destruction in Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition

PSX held many mysteries, including what Gearbox was up to. Turns out they’re working with People Can Fly to publish a new Bulletstorm title! All the info is below, but I can’t wait if nothing else to hear Jon St. John rock it as Duke Nukem. We have a bit of a soft spot for Mr. St. John. (I wonder why?)

Frisco, Texas – December 1, 2016 – People Can Fly and Gearbox Publishing are pleased to announce Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition as the critically-acclaimed shooter comes to PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC on April 7, 2017 in stunning ultra-high resolutions. Updated with hi-res textures, increased polygon counts, sterling audio, smoother framerates, and running in up to 4K resolution on PC and PS4 Pro, this upgraded version of the game comes with all of the previously-released DLC along with all-new content. Also for the first time ever, players who pre-order the game will get the chance to play as the iconic Duke Nukem in Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition. Featuring full voice over from the voice of Duke, this feature will replace main character Grayson Hunt with Duke Nukem and provide a never-before-seen experience to fans.

“We are thrilled to be working with People Can Fly to bring Bulletstorm to new audiences and platforms,” said Steve Gibson, Head of Gearbox Publishing. “Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition takes a critically-acclaimed game and adds so much to it with some killer new content, including all the separate add-on packs, and kicking up the presentation to a level that wasn’t possible with technology before. We hope fans of the franchise, both new and old, are going to love this.” Click on to read the full PR…

Mass Effect: Andromeda shows off gameplay footage.

Mass Effect: Andromeda puts you in the role of the Pathfinder; an elite soldier, explorer and guide tasked with finding humanity a new home an uncharted galaxy. From arresting visuals and thrilling combat, to epic story and characters, Mass Effect: Andromeda is truly the next generation of Action/RPG gaming.
Mass Effect: Andromeda – Coming Spring 2017 to PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, and Xbox One

Your Alola trial begins with Pokemon Sun and Moon!

Pros:
  • One of the best stories I've seen in a Pokemon game yet.
  • Selection of new Pokemon are interesting and well thought out.
  • Fantastic art style and soundtrack bring the Alola region to life.
  • Supporting cast of characters make your journey more memorable.
Cons:
  • Framerate dips even on New 3DS show how hard the game is pushing the system's capabilities.
  • Feels a bit "hand holding" at times, but for good reason.
Graphics
4
Story
5
Sound
5
Control
5
Fun Factor
5

Ubisoft not COMPLETELY crazy with those Assassin’s Creed 2 remaster NPCs?

Reddit user SupJamChan recently uploaded a video explaining his thoughts on why maybe we should hold off on blindly listening to the internet to fuel our hatred. As many have seen, the Ezio Collection remastered package has a few…glitches.

The video goes on to show that while Ubisoft didn’t…exactly do anything wrong with this NPC’s face, they did ignore other multitude of glitches that plagued the original. So they’re not exactly off the hook yet.

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