The North American saga of the Assassin’s Creed franchise will soon conclude with the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Rogue, which will successfully tie Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag with Assassin’s Creed III (for newcomers, Black Flag takes place way before AC III, even though it has a ‘IV’ in front
Sony is preparing a Playstation 3 bundle containing “Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham” and “The Sly Collection”. These four games (Batman and the three “Sly” titles), along with the 500 GB Playstation 3 console and the Dual Shock wirelss controlller will be available starting November 11, 2014 for $269.99.
It’s no secret that Electronic Arts – sometimes called the Dark Side – gets bashed by many gamers on a regular basis because of some bad decisions they made in the past. The publisher giant is still making a bad decision from time to time, but they’re definitely making all
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced today that Mortal Kombat X, developed by NetherRealm Studios, will be released worldwide on April 14, 2015. It was also stated that the legendary Goro, the four armed, half-human, half-dragon Shokan-warrior will be available as a playable combatant for people who have pre-ordered
Sony Entertainment just revealed its full lineup of games scheduled to appears at the Tokyo Game Show 2014, which takes place between September 18th – September 21st. The lineup includes 40 titles across all platforms, with 23 of them being for the PS4, 15 for the PS Vita and
According to Bungie, users who purchase the digital download of “Destiny” for Playstation 3 or Xbox 360 will be able to upgrade to Playstation 4 or Xbox One for free. There is, however, a catch to this. You only receive the free upgrade within the same console family. In
Steve Papoutsis – vice president/general manager at developer Visceral Games and executive producer for the upcoming cops-versus-robbers-themed first-person shooter Battlefield Hardline – has recently taken to Twitter to further detail some aspects of the upcoming spin-off to the Battlefield franchise. First and foremost, while previous reports suggested a second
Earlier this week, publisher Capcom had officially confirmed that a sequel to 2012/2013’s third-person horror-themed Resident Evil: Revelations is in the works, and that it’ll be coming out in early 2015 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Now, thanks to Games Master Magazine’s