Not sure if Dying Light is nightmare fuel? Well, you can find out without purchasing the game thanks to a handy, three-hour demo available now. Don’t forget to watch the video of creative user reviews that is attached below, along with the PR If you wondering about the new Dying Light expansion, why not try out the new three-hour co-op demo that is available now for your Xbox One and Playstation 4 consoles, that way you can see if it worth-while for you to get into the dying mood or run away screaming
A PlayStation 4 isn’t small and it isn’t light. Not even for the allegedly light-fingered. So is it possible to shove a PS4 down your trousers
Fans of the TRANSFORMERS series, will now be able to Take Sides, in new Ink-Filled Splatoon battles!
BUT with a big catch to it, you will need EA Access Electronic Arts is currently looking into bringing all its cool Xbox 360 titles to the EA Access vault via backwards compatibility. This could make the service even more desirable. It was very nice for Microsoft to offer publishers the option to ‘enable’ backwards support for their Xbox 360 games on Xbox One, of course it does not mean it was going to be 100% free, as EA has figured out a nice trick to buried them all inside their EA Access Vault
Launching a newer Xbox One design, might help them lessen the gap with stronger PlayStation 4 sales! The PlayStation 4 console is performing very well worldwide while the Xbox One can only manage a few successes at home
PlayStation 3 And PS Vita We previously reported that an Attack on Titan game is in development for a PlayStation console, and Koei Tecmo made it official by announcing Attack on Titan (working title) for PlayStation 4 Sony might not be attending Gamescom directly, but alot of their popular third-party publishers are, and one of the neat games that was finally confirmed after almost a year of rumors as that ‘Attack of the Titan’ is coming to our current-gen console, and not only that they are down-porting it to PS3 and PSVita also, so we will be able to enjoy all the slashing action across all three of Sony’s platforms in ’16. Quote: We previously reported that an Attack on Titan game is in development for a PlayStation console, and Koei Tecmo made it official by announcing Attack on Titan (working title) for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita. Watch the teaser trailer below: The Attack on Titan game will be an action title that will launch in Japan, North America, and Europe sometime in 2016
Bowser Jr. is landing in stores on 9/11 along with few of his Nintendo buddies in new amiibo wave! This September Nintendo is launching a variety of amiibo figures, including many fan-favorite characters from the Super Smash Bros.
In celebration of Gamescom 2015, Jamie Jackson and the FreeStyleGames crew release a new BTS trailer See what it’ll be like to take the stage at Rock the Block and SoundDial, two massive festivals you’ll get to headline.
Game To Be Released As ‘Digital Only’ Download Ubisoft’s undead-infested, survival-horror game ZombiU was exclusive to Wii U console when it launched in 2012, now the game is dropping the ‘U’ and heading to PS4, XB1 and PC as Zombi on August 18th. After months of rumors that ZombiU was coming to Xbox, we find out the final confirmed details, and that it is coming to both XB1 and PS4, but sadly it will just be ‘digital download’ and no retail game disc is planned, and we also got details on how non-U version will have some upgrades and changes over the previously exclusive Wii U version, making it bit of new experience for those that already tried it.
Team17 also reveals Worms 4 for iOS Team17 has announced two new Worms titles which are set to be fully unveiled at Gamescom 2015 Worms is coming back finally to our desktop PC’s and of course Xbox One, so sorry Sony fans you will have to settle for mobile iOS version, which means Android is out of luck also. Quote: Worms WMD will allow players to "use exciting new vehicles and enter buildings which add new strategic elements of gameplay to the traditional wormy warfare." As of yet, the game has only been announced for Xbox One and PC with an "early 2016" release mentioned. Worms 4, meanwhile, is described as the "definitive handheld Worms experience" and will feature an "enriched look and improved design for mobile." The game will focus on "smaller landscapes, smaller teams, and shorter match length, making action packed battles easily doable whilst on the go." "Players will be able to take part in turn-based synchronous online multiplayer matches played out in real time, battle their way through 80 single player missions, collect over a hundred weapon upgrades and duel across 5 different themes," Team17 explains.