Several first-party PlayStation 4 games have been discounted with DriveClub dropping to $16.99, God of War 3 Remastered to $17.96, MLB The Show 16 (Digital) to $11.99, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End to $38.00 and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection to $17.96. [Source: gameidealist.com ]
Robbie Daymond, the voice actor for Final Fantasy 15’s Prompto, makes a little girl’s Christmas extra special by recording a personalized, in-character holiday greeting for her. [Source: gamerant.com ]
And it’s an IP their competitor owns on a platform Sony abandoned years ago. [Source: nogamesportable.wordpress.com ]
How did Xbox One do in 2016? Pretty damn well, actually. With a decent raft of exclusives, some great upcoming Xbox One games, and a new piece of hardware on the horizon, Xbox One is in great shape. But was it all sunshine and kittens for Microsoft this year? Matt Gilman – Editor of Official Xbox Magazine – is here to give you the low-down on all things Xbox. [Source: gamesradar.com ]
When Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite was revealed earlier this month at the PlayStation Experience event in Anaheim, many felt that the game would likely arrive in late 2017, although Capcom had yet to confirm a release date. Now, we at least have a better idea of when it will officially arrive. Meanwhile with Street Fighter, the franchise is very close to celebrating its 30th anniversary (the original...
We learn why gamers should not expect a Mass Effect Andromeda or Red Dead Redemption 2 Switch release, the console’s success itself in question. [Source: cogconnected.com ]
The first title in the recently announced Games With Gold January 2017 line-up is now available to download, several days earlier than expected. [Source: powerupgaming.co.uk ]
PressA2Join: Whether a game was over-hyped, underdeveloped or simply a terrible port, we take a look at 5 of the biggest horror shows of 2016, 5 games that possibly shouldn’t have seen the light of day. [Source: pressa2join.com ]
Amazon has today kicked off its 24-hour Digital Day sale, offering substantial discounts on a wide variety of products including the promise of up to “80 percent off hundreds of video game titles”. [Source: powerupgaming.co.uk ]
Once upon a time, video game consoles produced by the major competitors were released to the public at roughly the same pace, with each new console representing a massive jump forward in processing power and graphical fidelity. While many of us can still clearly remember the days when that was true, tell that story in 20 years and the “once upon a time” bit won’t just be a cutesy...