Getting Destiny to feature when they revealed the PlayStation 4 was a good move, but it’s nothing compared to hosting the game’s worldwide gameplay reveal at E3.
Should you invest on the retail re-release of a game barely a year old?
The excitement I felt after the announcement of Assassin’s Creed III was still just not there for Black Flag, however this new gameplay trailer has gone some way to increasing that
Following last week’s pitiful outing, this week is far improved.
Dead Island: Riptide manages to hold onto the top spot for a third consecutive week – one more than its predecessor – despite yet another sharp drop in sales.
June’s PlayStation Plus titles also announced.
Who knows how things will turn out, but DICE and Visceral Games are on the scene.
Even though Rayman Legends was delayed from its March release until August 30 in order to sync-up the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it doesn’t mean it’s going to be any less fantastic.
Activision has officially announced the recently leaked title and confirmed that it will be powered by an all new, next-generation Call of Duty engine that “redefined the series”.
As the world waited with baited breath for a trio of new Grand Theft Auto V trailer, the Internet collapsed.
The forces of Hell walk the Earth later this year.
Injustice: Gods Among Us had just a single week at the top as it’s been knocked down into second by Dead Island: Riptide which debuts at number one.
It may not be a scandal that will gain the same sort of publicity that Tesco has received in the past few months, but I highly doubt that Activision will overly joyed by the outcome as a new Call of Duty game was listed.
Stop what you’re doing and go and get Thomas Was Alone.
My, my, file this under unexpected. Sony has just announced that a Ratchet & Clank movie will be released in 2015.