Birthdays Coming to PS4 – Western Release Confirmed

The creator of the classic Harvest Moon series, Yasuhiro Wada, has announced a new game coming to PS4 next January, simply called Birthdays. Birthdays is a life creation game, in which the player is in control of an environment, which they can shape and evolve as they please. The player can give birth to different creatures and plants fromContinue reading “Birthdays Coming to PS4 – Western Release Confirmed”

Giga Wrecker – Game Freak’s Second PC Game Hits Early Access

Game Freak, best known by its Pokémon series, has published a new game on Steam. Their second PC game, Giga Wrecker, is currently on Early Access, and it’s been developed and published by the company itself. In Giga Wrecker the player takes the role of a cyborg girl, solves puzzles, and completes stages in a 2D environment using herContinue reading “Giga Wrecker – Game Freak’s Second PC Game Hits Early Access”

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Launch Trailer

The anticipated new entry to the Deus Ex franchise, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided by Eidos Montreal, will be available to players starting next week. Starting this week, players have been able to download the game on Steam and consoles, before the official launch. The game will be available for play on August 23. Eidos Montreal hasContinue reading “Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Launch Trailer”

War Thunder Closed Beta Introduces Naval Combat

This week Gaijin Entertainment announced a new closed beta, called Knights of the Sea, in which they introduce naval combat to their hit game War Thunder. War Thunder is a free-to-play war simulation, in which the players can pilot either a tank or a plane, and take on other players on a WWII battlefield. NavalContinue reading “War Thunder Closed Beta Introduces Naval Combat”

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Gets an Australian PS4 and Xbox One Release

A lot of console players were surprised when, without warning, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron was published last Monday on both the Australian PlayStation Store and the Xbox Games Store. Transformers: Fall of Cybertron got its console release without any major announcement, at the general price of 50 Australian dollars. The unannounced release in Australia might suggest that an EUContinue reading “Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Gets an Australian PS4 and Xbox One Release”

New Prey Trailer Released – A New Glimpse at the Enemies

In 2006 the original Prey left a positive impression on gamers world wide. The new game, also named Prey, which we saw at E3 this year, will take steps away from the original. According to the creative director of Arkane Studios, Raphael Colantionio, the new game will leave out the linear structure and instead have aContinue reading “New Prey Trailer Released – A New Glimpse at the Enemies”

Darksiders Remastered Confirmed by Nordic Games

Earlier last year the publisher Nordic Games published the remastered version of Darksiders II, and now they have confirmed that they will publish the remastered version of the prequel Darksiders on October 25, and its price will be around 20$. As the Darksiders II remaster was called Deathinitive Edition, the Darksiders remaster will be called Warmastered Edition,Continue reading “Darksiders Remastered Confirmed by Nordic Games”

Hitman Introducing Elusive Target in Killable Gary Busey

Not so long ago Io Interactive, the developer of the Hitman Series and a studio owner by Square Enix, held a poll inviting every Hitman fan to cast their vote for the actor they’d rather kill in a Hitman game; Gary Busey or Gary Cole. Eventually, the role fell to Busey. Busey will make an appearance in theContinue reading “Hitman Introducing Elusive Target in Killable Gary Busey”

Majority of PlayStation VR Games Won’t Require Move

Earlier this week, Sony made an announcement to Eurogamer and The Verge, confirming that “Nearly all PlayStation VR titles will support DualShock 4 controllers”. This announcement was a clarification to released images, picturing the covers of some PSVR titles. Implemented in the cover art there are pictures of the VR headset, PlayStation Camera and the MoveContinue reading “Majority of PlayStation VR Games Won’t Require Move”

Server Crashes Postpone International Pokémon GO Releases

A recent tweet by the official Pokémon GO Twitter account addressed the worst issue many players experienced post-release in the US and Australia: server crashes. These crashes have been consistently annoying, and in some cases have prevented the game from working properly. According to an article by Business Insider, Niantic, the company behind Pokemon GO, isContinue reading “Server Crashes Postpone International Pokémon GO Releases”

UFC 2 Trial Version Released on Origin

Electronic Arts have released the trial version for Ultimate Fighting Championship 2 on Origin. The sequel to the March-released EA Sports UFC, it is a mixed martial arts fighting game, in which the player can play as a real-life fighter or customize their own. Matches can be fought against AI or other players online. The game offers different gameplayContinue reading “UFC 2 Trial Version Released on Origin”

Batman: Return to Arkham Delayed Indefinitely

Virtuous, the developer responsible for remastering the Batman: Arkham series, has claimed on the Warner Bros. Games Forum, that Batman: Return to Arkham, the remastered versions of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, will be delayed indefinitely. The remastered games are being updated to run on the Unreal 4 Engine. Naturally the games are going toContinue reading “Batman: Return to Arkham Delayed Indefinitely”