The fast-paced and mech-infused shooter returns with more distinct weapons and Titans, as well as new game modes and tools such as a grappling hook. Developer Respawn also promises that all of Titanfall 2‘s functional DLC – e.g. maps and game modes – will be free.
Our latest look at the post-apocalyptic Tomb Raider-meets-Monster Hunter action RPG for PS4 reveals that its writing is utter trash. But the visuals are as enticing as ever and the gameplay appears to have just the right mix of challenge and empowerment.
A remastered version of Elder Scrolls V for Windows, Xbox One and PS4. The Special Edition includes all DLC and allows console players to install fan-made mods. Those who own the original game and all DLCs will get the Special Edition as a free upgrade.
Nintendo reminds us that it’s the pound-for-pound king of original franchises with another god-tier launch title. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a true open world adventure that just might single-handedly save the Wii U and Nintendo’s next console.
The long-awaited spiritual successor to Ico and Shadow of the Colossus is almost here. The Last Guardian is about the unlikely bond between a boy and Trico, a gigantic creature who will definitely not die. No sir. Nope. This should come with a box of tissues. Drops 10/25/16.
Help Link explore, hunt, cook, fight, swim, solve puzzles and more in his grandest adventure yet. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild promises a lush open world where ancient machines lie forgotton. Coming to the Wii U and Nintendo’s next gen console 3/2017.
Sony enlisted the talented crew at Insomniac Games (Ratchet & Clank, Resistance) to create what looks like it could be the most epic Spider-Man game ever, with massive urban environments, crazy web-slinging and gymnastics, and eye-popping visuals.
A first-person adventure that takes place in an alternate universe 1960’s England, in which citizens are forced to take a drug called “Joy” which obscures the reality of their horrific existence. Think The Matrix meets The Man in the High Castle meets Austin Powers.
The God of War sequel we’ve all been dying for is finally headed to PS4. As Kratos grows out his beard, teaches his son how to hunt to survive, and takes on an army of horrific creatures hellbent on their destruction.
The updated Xbox One is 40% smaller than the original, supports UHD Blu-Ray and streams 4K video with HDR from Amazon and Netflix, has up to a 2TB hard drive, a refined new controller, and does away with that big ugly power brick. Drops early August.
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