The good news, Dark Souls II will be bigger and badder than the original. The bad news? It won’t be getting any DLC.
Articles by Ray Willmott
It’s about to get messy. Details have leaked ahead of the Tomb Raider multiplayer preview from OXM, and, well, it’s definitely going to split opinion down the middle.
While many members of the community and press have been wholly negative about Star Wars: The Old Republic’s turn to Free to Play, Executive Producer, Jeff Hickman is talking about its success. In fact, he’s so pleased with the way things have turned out, he’s talking about the future and…
Mutant Mudds is an excellent platform title that’s soon to find a home on the Wii U e-shop. Previously released on iOS, PC and 3DS, many wonder what benefits the Wii U gamepad will offer Renegade Kid’s gem. While we’re no closer to an answer on that, the team have…
There aren’t many games still played twelve years after their original release. In fact, there aren’t many games played after their first month of release. Yet, while many franchises come and go, Runescape continues to evolve and develop. In 2013, that certainly doesn’t seem set to change.
The people at Doritos shouldn’t really strike you as game designers. I mean, they’re pretty damn good at making a Chilli Heatwave crisp, but when it comes to coding the next Mass Effect, well, lets just say expectations aren’t high. While we can’t attribute much of the success of Crash…
If a trademark acquisition from Zenimax is to be believed, the Redguard of Hammerfell could be stars of Skyrim’s next DLC.
One of 2012’s biggest games will get expanded later this month, but not for Xbox 360 owners.
We’re into the last week of Playstation’s Holiday Essentials promotion, and there are some incredible game and DLC offers still to be had. There’s even further incentive for Playstation Plus owners.
Dance Central 3 is launching into 2013 with some seriously high-profile content.