You'll Feel Really There in Advanced Warfare

Yesterday, Activision released a brand new campaign trailer of Sledgehammer Games' Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which once again looked great in terms of graphics. In an interview with VentureBeat, Art Director Joe Salud and Director of Product [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  30 July, 2014

Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare New Campaign Trailer

Today, Activision released a brand new Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Campaign Trailer, with a little teaser for the upcoming multiplayer reveal at Gamescom, happening on 11th August. Graphically everything looks pretty good, and Kevin Spacey [...] Read more
Mostafa Hossam |  29 July, 2014

The Last of Us Reception Was A Bit Of A Surprise to Naughty Dog

The Last of Us reception has been almost unanimously fantastic, with over 200 Game of the Year Awards won by the PlayStation 3 version last year and more ravishing reviews for the PlayStation 4 version (including our own), which releases today. [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  29 July, 2014

Assassin Creed Unity Release New Trailer

Assassin’s Creed Unity has released a new trailer showing Paris and the revolution that has a grip on the city. Although the trailer is CGI and not in game footage, it shows our hero Arno racing across a city as it tears itself apart as he [...] Read more
Rosh Kelly |  29 July, 2014

343 Producer Plans To Change How Halo Is Experienced

The Halo franchise has undergone a series of dramatic changes in these past few years. Halo 4 marked the transition from Bungie to 343 Industries, Halo 5: Guardians will bring it on the next generation while Halo: Nightfall will usher the universe [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  29 July, 2014
metro redux

Metro Redux Takes Just 17GB Of Your Hard Drive

It appears that Microsoft has jumped the gun, as full details of the upcoming Metro: Redux game have been released online today. In case you're unaware, Metro Redux is a collection of both Metro 2033 and its sequel Metro Last Light.   [...] Read more
Rosh Kelly |  29 July, 2014

Romero: Virtual Reality Is A Fad

John Romero, co-founder of id Software and designer of DOOM and Quake and now creative director for the Games and Playable Media Masters degree program at UC Santa Cruz, revealed a strong opinion against VR in an interview with GamesIndustry.biz. [...] Read more
Mostafa Hossam |  25 July, 2014

The Sims 4 System Requirements Detailed

EA has released detailed system requirements for PCs to be able to run The Sims 4, a life simulation game and the fourth addition to The Sims family.   The specs needed to run this game isn't too high, just as expected. Any moderate [...] Read more
Mostafa Hossam |  25 July, 2014

Sunset Overdrive Allows For Massive Customisation

On top of its larger than life colour palette and acrobatic shooting mechanics, Sunset Overdrive will also allow the player to customise their character to give them a personal touch. The customisation has been organised into three different [...] Read more
Rosh Kelly |  25 July, 2014

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Releasing Earlier

Warner Bros just sent out a press release stating that Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor has been brought forward a week, and is now set for release on September 30th in North America for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, while PC/ [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  25 July, 2014


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