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  • Cross-Network Gaming Between Consoles Can Be Revolutionary

    Posted by on March 16, 2016 under Tech Bones
    Andrew from Xbox Enthusiast writes: "Even though we have to wait awhile to see if this will become a reality, Xbox fans should be excited that cross-play with PC is happening and that Microsoft is open to working alongside Sony. This is a big step for the video game industry that has the potential to be revolutionary even though it may not seem so clear at the moment." ( PS4 , Xbox One ... more.
  • Ubisoft Introduces Motion Matching, The First Step to “Next-Gen Animation”

    Posted by on March 16, 2016 under Tech Bones
    At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Ubisoft hosted a panel on an innovative animation technique named “Motion Matching.” The panel, that DualShockers attended, described the experimental process, which according to Ubisoft Montreal Animation Programmer Simon Clavet could bring to a significant shift in the field, comparable to the introduction of motion capture. ( PC ,... more.
  • Analysis: Wii U has twice as many top-rated exclusive games as PS4 and Xbox One combined

    Posted by on March 15, 2016 under News
    It's hard to put this in words but I think the reason why Nintendo has so many in house top quality games is because most of them have the same strcture from years ago.If you create something and it gets fantastic reviews and the next game is more or less the same but with more stuff added onto it then what do you expectNew Super Mario Bros DS/3DS games getting a console version which are very si... more.
  • The PUGcast Podcast: No Man’s Sky Has Eighteen Quintillion Planets

    Posted by on March 15, 2016 under New Releases, Trailers
    No Man’s Sky finally has a release date, and we discuss our impressions of the game at length. We then move on to Square Enix’s predictions for Final Fantasy XV, and how game director Hajime Tabata thinks it might be as good as Final Fantasy VII. We also chat about the games we are currently playing, including The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, Unravel, The Division, and Life ... more.
  • Mutants in Manhattan: Debating The MOBA Structure And Open-World Super Hero Movement | Game Informer

    Posted by on March 15, 2016 under News
    Game Informer: Activision recently invited us in for some hands-on time with Platinum’s upcoming brawler, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. After playing through a stage with Kyle and Ben, we had plenty to say about Mutants in Manhattan. Though our time with the game was short, its modern take on the multiplayer beat ‘em up left a lasting impression. We sat down to ... more.
  • Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division – HardCoreGamer

    Posted by on March 13, 2016 under News
    HGC: Much has been made of Ubisoft’s decision to forgo sending out advanced copies of Tom Clancy’s The Division in favor of having reviewers play in a real world server environment. Because of this, everyone knows that certain players experienced long queue times initially, as well as server time-outs and other networking issues around launch. The thing is, when you’re a review... more.
  • Action Henk Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

    Posted by on March 13, 2016 under News
    MNJ: Action Henk is a lot of fun throughout most of the game. However, the later levels can be more frustrating than fun, plus once you’ve gotten gold medals on most of the earlier ones, there isn’t much incentive to keep playing. Moreover, the multiplayer is limited and frustrating if not all the players are overly familiar with the game’s fast pace. It’s a good game wit... more.
  • Far Cry Primal Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

    Posted by on March 13, 2016 under News
    MNJ: Far Cry Primal is not a game depending on a deep meaningful story, but one that depends on the most primal of human instincts, survival. It may not be the best game you have ever played but for me it was a great experience, enabling me to get away from the conatant bombardment of abuse on titles such as COD. I found that Far Cry Primal delivers something that keeps you playing dispite how r... more.
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 Review | GameCloud

    Posted by on March 13, 2016 under News
    Lliam Ahearn at GameCloud writes: "Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is a fun, substantial third-person shooter filled with fun, colourful personality. Single-player content is a little shallow, but co-operative and competitive modes make up more than enough options for a wonderful time. It’s a shame rewards come so slowly and chasing anything, in particular, is based completely on ... more.
  • Gecco Reveals Dark Souls III “Bonfire” Teaser, Announces Statue for Unrevealed Character

    Posted by on March 13, 2016 under News
    The Japanese figure manufacturer Gecco isn’t new to creating statues for From Software games. Their Bloodborne figures is one of the best on the market.At the launch event for Dark Souls III, recently held in Tokyo, the manufacturer announced that it will create a statue dedicated to the game. ( Dark Souls 3 , PC , PS4 , Xbox One ) Top 5 cancelled games Click here to view full article... more.
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