Star Wars Battlefront DLC Pass Content Surfaces

Star Wars Battlefront DLC Pass content has been detailed. The first expansion pack is set to arrive in 2016. The official Star Wars Battlefront website now features details about what new content is going to be released in the future and what the DLC pass entails. Star Wars Battlefront fans should expect at least four expansion packs. They will add more than 20 new items - this means everything from vehicles and weapons to Star Cards for … [Read more...]

Overwatch Beta is About to Start, Blizzard Says

The Overwatch Beta, Blizzard's Team Fortress look-alike is about to start. North and South American gamers will be able to enter the beta first with Asia and Europe following closely some time later. Blizzard has announced that the closed Beta for the N&S American regions will start on the 27th of October and a tiny amount of testers will be accepted as regular tester. Blizzard's upcoming shooter, which resembles Valve's Team Fortress is the … [Read more...]

Xbox One Wireless Controller PC Adapter Coming This Month

Microsoft announced that the Xbox One wireless controller PC adapter will start selling on the 20th of October 2015. This means that you can use your Xbox One controller on your PC without that annoying USB cable. This adapter will also enable your Xbox One controller to be used on tablets without bridging the two with a cable, Microsoft has announced. The dongle is listed on the official Microsoft website with a release date of October the … [Read more...]

Warhammer End of Times Vermintide Beta Impressions

Our Warhammer End of Times Vermintide Beta playthrough was fantastic. Even though it resembles Left 4 Dead in almost every way, it's an enjoyable co-op survival horde game. Hey, if it ain't broken why try to fix it? The team over at GameGuideWorld knew that it was going to have a ton of survival elements, but we had no idea that there was a loot and crafting mechanic involved. Yet, we didn't have enough time to experience what the crafting … [Read more...]

What Satoru Iwata Meant to Nintedo and the Gamer Industry

Satoru Iwata, Nintendo CEO who took the reins of the company in 2002, died this past Saturday (July 11th 2015). Iwata passed after a long battle with cancer. He will be missed. Satoru Iwata wasn't just your average business-man. He was a gamer at heart. Unlike his predecessor, Hiroshi Yamauchi, Iwata actually played the games his company made. Why wouldn't he? In 1980 he was an aspiring game developer, and somehow, fortunately for us, he fell in … [Read more...]

Three New League Of Legends Champions Revealed

There are a lot of multiplayer games available nowadays and each and every one of them struggles to become the best one in terms of lore, graphics or gameplay. One of these games is League of Legends, a captivating multiplayer online video game that focuses on team play.  The game is developed by Riot Games and it has been released since October 2009. More than 67 million people play the game each month. Several different heroes are available … [Read more...]

ShootMania Storm now on Steam!

ShootMania Storm, the free-to-play online first person shooter, is now available to download on Steam. ShootMania is being developed by Nadeo and published by the big name, Ubisoft. What is available on Steam for download right now is the open beta of the game. Jump in with your Steam friends and compete in intense, fast-paced action akin to the likes of classic shooters such as Quake and Unreal. Ubisoft has openly come out with its support of … [Read more...]

Assassin’s Creed IV Announced

Did you enjoy half-English, half-Native American Assassin, Connor, and his adventure last year through the wilds of New England? Still playing it? Well, regardless, Ubisoft has officially announced this morning that a new Assassin’s Creed will be coming to you this fall. Entitled Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, you play as a brand new Assassin in a brand new time period (19th Century slave trade anyone?) that apparently has a thing for pirates. … [Read more...]

Creative Assembly’s Viking Heading for Steam

Sussex-based strategy captains The Creative Assembly aren’t just making strategy games these days, no sir, they are also making some action-led games. One of these was their 2008 hack ‘n’ slash console game Viking: Battle for Asgard, which is now headed for Steam. SEGA studio Hardlight tweeted the news, revealing that the game will appear on PCs next week. It will apparently receive a graphical overhaul for PC, which is probably for the best. … [Read more...]

Sony unveils new Playstation Store for October 23

Sony has pulled back the curtains on its totally revamped PlayStation Store, updating the ancient layout with a new aesthetic, as well as some extra functionality. The store will gets it new clothes on October 17 in Europe, and October 23 in North America. The new layout is a lot more visually attractive, doing away with the blocky blue look to enjoy something darker and sleeker. Games grab one's attention a lot more, with various characters … [Read more...]