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Call of Duty: Ghosts getting paid Snoop Dogg voice-over DLC

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 16th 2014 - No Comments

Activision has announced a slew of new paid customization heading to Call of Duty: Ghosts, including the option to have the voice of rapper Snoop Dog (I thought he was Snoop Lion now?) accompany you on your merry military way with unique voice commands and “hood” influenced voice commentary. For actual money, Snoop will announce...

Titanfall: Expedition DLC drops next month. Free and premium content incoming

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 14th 2014 - No Comments

Respawn has announced “Expedition” has Titanfall’s first DLC release, and will be made available sometime next month. The announcement was made just yesterday at PAX. The new DLC’s story is reportedly set after the main campaign, and the pack includes new brand new three maps. Swampland is set in alien ruins and...

Project Totem announced for Xbox One and Xbox 360

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 12th 2014 - No Comments

Danish development studio Press Play, creators of Max: The Curse of Brotherhood has announced Project Totem for both Xbox One and Xbox 360. Project Totem is currently just a codename for the title. Project Totem is a playful yet precise platforming game where players control two totem pole pieces with one controller. The initial idea...

New Child of Light developer diary discusses sound and artistic effects

by Joseph Murphy - on Apr 11th 2014 - No Comments

Ubisoft has released the second dev diary for Child of Light. The first focused on the art of the game, as well as the story, while this one goes into the preparation and execution of music and sound effects.  Speaking to Coeur de Pirate, who composed the soundtrack, the video also speaks to some of the team as they reveal the emotion behind...

Minecraft title update 15 released for Xbox 360

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 10th 2014 - No Comments

The Xbox 360 version of Minecraft has today benefited from its 15th title update. A detailed list of fixes and changes can be read below via 4J Studios. The game has sold over 12 million copies on Xbox Live since launch. Fixes Fix for blocks reappearing after they are mined. Fix to random fall damage issue. Fix for slow chunk loading...

New The Wolf Among Us video teases fourth episode

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 10th 2014 - No Comments

Telltale have barely released episode 3 of The Wolf Among Us and they have already started teasing the fourth episode in the popular episodic game with a new video released earlier today. If you have yet to play any of the episodes or complete part 3, it’s best you avoid this one. It’s due before the summer. ...

New gameplay trailer released for The Evil Within, watch it here

by Joseph Murphy - on Apr 10th 2014 - No Comments

Bethesda has released a brand new gameplay trailer for The Evil Within. The trailer shows a shed load of nasty enemies and environments, as well as giving you a good glimpse at one of the nastiest enemies in the game, known only as the “Boxman”. Developed by Tango gameworks, The Evil Within releases on August the 26th for...

Hidden Thursday: The Forgotten Gem?

by Ciaran Pempelfort - on Apr 9th 2014 - No Comments

We haven’t had a Hidden Thursday post in a while now, that’s because I was running out of hidden gems.  I was racking my brain trying to remember those gems I played as far back as to my first venture into console gaming (The original Nintendo) but nothing stood out to me worthy of a hidden gem mention.  After the last...

Canned Darth Maul Star Wars third-person game footage surfaces

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 9th 2014 - No Comments

It would appear that Darth Maul was to get his very own Star Wars game for PS3, 360, Wii U and PC. The game was in development at Red Fly Studios, the folks responsible for The Force Unleashed 2 for Wii. The game started development some time in 2010 and development was shuttered within a year. Apparently Mr Star Wars himself George...

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel announced, details and debut gameplay released

by Joseph Murphy - on Apr 9th 2014 - No Comments

2K Games has officially revealed Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Powered by the Borderlands II engine, and developed by 2K Australia, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel sees players witness the rise of Handsome Jack as they are whipped away from Pandora, and plonked on the moon that hangs above the franchise’s sky-box. Confirmation has come through...

Wolfenstein: The New Order gets new “Nowhere to Run” gameplay trailer

by Joseph Murphy - on Apr 8th 2014 - No Comments

Bethesda has released a brand new gameplay trailer Wolfenstein: The New Order. The trailer shows a tonne of new gameplay and places focus on the rise of the resistance against the Nazi army that has Berlin locked down. Led by B.J. Blazkowicz, the player is tasked with taking down Colonel Deathshead. Wolfenstein: The New Order launches...

Free-to-play RTS AirMech Arena is coming to Xbox 360 this Summer

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 7th 2014 - No Comments

Ubisoft has announced a deal with Carbon Games to bring AirMech Arena to Xbox Live this Summer. The free-to-play RTS has been confirmed for Xbox 360, but nothing has been said of Xbox One. “As an indie developer, AirMech has been our passion for the past several years, and we are thrilled to partner with Ubisoft to bring the game...

Report: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! coming to PS3, 360 and PC later this year

by Shane Willoughby - on Apr 7th 2014 - No Comments

Rumour has it that more Borderlands is on the way this year by way of “The Pre-Sequel!” from 2K Australia. The game, said to be in development for PS3, 360 and PC, is expected this year and will be set on Pandora’s moon of Elpis. GamePointsNow has it that the new game will feature four new playable characters in Athena...

New Xbox video speaks to Phil Spencer about his new role, and the future of the Xbox brand

by Joseph Murphy - on Apr 7th 2014 - No Comments

Microsoft has released a new video which speaks to Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox about E3 2014, and what gamers can expect going forward. Seen below, Spencer speaks to Major Nelson about key Xbox factors including the “importance of gaming” for Microsoft’s long-term success in the industry, what the team have learned after...

Microsoft plans on Xbox 360 emulator for Xbox One, not done “thinking it through” yet

by Joseph Murphy - on Apr 7th 2014 - No Comments

Microsoft has confirmed they have “plans” for an Xbox 360 emulator to run on Xbox One machines. The word, via Kotaku, reveals the firm is working towards it becoming a reality, but that there’s still issues to solve before the whole thing clicks into place. Speaking at Microsoft’s Build developer conference, partner...