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Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition Comes To Steam

Injustice 2 Launch Trailer

Nether Realm Studio’s second DC superhero brawler Injustice 2 comes to Windows PC with the release of Injustice 2: Ultimate Edition on Steam.    Featuring a roster of 28 heroes in the base version of Injustice with new faces like Blue Beetle, Atom and Starfire joining the ranks of returning DC mainstays like Batman, Superman, the Joker and the Flash. An additional 13 characters have been released following the game’s initial May 2017 release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles being...

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Microtransactions Outpacing Game Sales Sets a Worrying Precedent

You might have already heard the news yesterday: Ubisoft mentioned on their Investor’s Call that “Player Recurring Investments” (read: microtransactions) have outpaced the sale of full price and discounted digital copies of their games for the first time ever. In terms of raw numbers of the 343 million euros the company made from their digital businesses 175 million Euros were the result of “Player Recurrent Investments” (which include microtransactions, add-on DLCs, Rainbow Six Siege Season Passes, subscriptions and those sorts of things). The...

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Middle Earth: Shadow of War Gets 16 Minute Gameplay Trailer

Warner Bros Interactive released a 16-minute video showcasing a vertical slice of the upcoming Middle Earth: Shadow of War. In this demonstration we get a look at the enhanced nemesis system, the use of spies, rideable mounts and so much more. Usually the gameplay reveals for major AAA titles leave something to be desired but this small section of Shadow of War’s campaign, several hours in, gives viewers a lot to chew on. Combat appears to be...

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Lego City Undercover Spies On Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 and PC This Spring

Warner Bros Interactive is assigning their veteran LEGO cop Chase McCain to another adventure through LEGO City with the current generation re-release of 2013’s previously Wii U exclusive LEGO City Undercover. LEGO City Undercover is an open world city exploration titles that allows players to guide McCain through 20 unique districts filled with both minor crimes, collectables and story missions to keep the detective busy.  Over 100 different vehicles roam the streets of LEGO City with a number of different...

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Dying Light Gets Hard Mode

Techland has announced that the hard mode patch for their open world zombie survival horror title Dying Light is now available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation in North and South America. The rest of the world will be receiving the patch tomorrow – March 11th. The new difficulty level isn’t the only additions in this latest patch, the developers have also added dozens of new weapons including the Bone Splitter and Rune Hammer.  There are also...

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I’ve Dreamed Of Lego Jurassic Park… And Now It’s Real!

Set to be released this June along with the upcoming Jurassic World movie, Warner Bros. and TT Games have revealed the game is in the works. There aren’t many more details at this time, but really, this news is just awesome! The Lego games franchise has been a fantastic experience. In this release, we’ll get all three original Jurassic Park movies, and the new movie Jurassic World as well! Alan Grant minifig action! Jeff Goldblum in Lego...

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A Couple Nights With Dying Light

Just released yesterday, the zombie infested city parkour adventure Dying Light is quite an unique title. The game vaguely feels like a free roam version of Mirror’s Edge with some Dead Rising mixed in. This creates some amazing experiences that can relate to the games quite unbelievable, however accurate, gameplay trailer. There’s nothing quite like running down an alleyway on your way to a mission, then stopping dead when you come to a street full of shambling...

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Shadows of Mordor | Review

The moment I heard about Middle Earth: Shadows of Mordor, I was completely excited to play this title. It also made me quite nervous since it’s seemingly original content created in the world of J. R. R. Tolkien. Quickly as I’d read the announcement I scrolled down to the comments to see how fans would feel, and I’ve been exploring that ever since. It’s been relieving to see a positive response to this new venture. Shadows of...

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Take A Trip To Gotham In This New Arkham Knight Gameplay Vid

Out of the shadows comes a brand new gameplay video for Batman: Arkham Knight from Warner Bros Interactive. This video gives you a great look at the game’s combat as well as how the Batmobile will be useable during missions! In part one of this three part walkthrough series Batman has to enter Ace chemicals and take down the Arkham Knight’s henchmen as well as rescue Ace workers who are being held hostage. If I am not...

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Techland Sends Xbox 360 / PS3 Versions of Dying Light To The Grave

Dying Light developer Techland has announced that they have ceased production on the last generation versions of their upcoming undead slaying action game.  They cited the fact that the PS3 and Xbox 360 couldn’t quite handle advanced features like physics based lighting technologies or displaying up to 200,000 objects on screen at one time as one of the contributing factors for cancelling both versions. Sad news for those who haven’t jumped into the eight generation of consoles,...

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Mortal Kombat X Officially Announced

The next entry in the Mortal Kombat franchise has just been announced for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. Set for release in 2015 this cross-generation entry in the long running fighting franchise has a lot to live up to after the huge success of 2011’s Mortal Kombat. A brief two minute debut trailer was released alongside the announcement of the game. Rival ninjas Scorpion and Sub-Zero battle it out in...

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LEGO The Hobbit Is Available Today!

Over the years, the LEGO games have found an endearing charm that many gamers have found hard to resist. With light hearted takes on some of our favourite movies, Travellers Tales has created some grand adventures. Today gamers can go there and almost back again in LEGO The Hobbit which includes adaptation of Peter Jackson’s first two movies based on the J. R. R. Tolkien classic. Rumour has it that the third instalment’s game content will be released...

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The LEGO Movie Videogame | Review

Based on the fantastic LEGO Movie, it’s easy to fall in love with the video game adaption. While it doesn’t have as large free roam areas when you’re not in levels like more recent LEGO games have, what is included is fun to explore. The LEGO Movie Videogame is an great companion to the movie with many wonderful moments and some new gimmicks to the gameplay you’re used to.

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New Trailer For Dying Light Shows Off New Lighting System

It has been a while since we’ve covered Techland & Warner Bro’s upcoming zombie action title Dying Light. Yesterday the publisher released a brand new trailer showcasing a reworked lighting engine, based upon Techland’s Chrome Engine 6 this brief trailer shows off some really realistic lighting conditions in a highly detailed city-scape. According to Warner Bros this brand new engine harnesses the power of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. An open world action gameDying Light tasks...

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