Following on from the massive launch of Animal Crossing last week, Nintendo have another major week in-store. This time, for Wii U.
State of Decay, the digital zombie phenomenon that has sent XBLA gamers heads spinning with surprise, didn’t ship without a few issues. Many thought those initial teething problems would be fixed by a Title Update that went live on Friday. Unfortunately, there… Read More »
Got The Last of Us today? We hope you’re enjoying it as we sure did Be cautious, though. There’s a vicious auto-save bug that could have been triggered by the game’s day one patch release.
It’s official, folks, the last of NetherRealm Studios beat-em-up Injustice: Gods Among Us DLC characters has been announced and it’s a doozy. From July, cries of “Kneel before ZOD!” will be heard throughout the realms as Superman’s fellow Kryptonian lands on… Read More »
In an interview with OXM, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has indicated that the Xbox One version of Minecraft is being seen as an entirely new product and probably w0n’t have compatibility with the current Xbox 360 version.
If there’s one major franchise that’s yet to explore the possibilites of DLC, it’s The Legend of Zelda. But if a recent interview with the team at Nintendo Life is anything to go by, that’s about to change.
Metal Gear Online will be making a comeback in The Phantom Pain and is in development at Kojima Productions right now.
*facepalm* Director Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed to Joystiq that the 3DS and Wii U version of Super Smash Bros will not allow users to fight one another on their respective systems.
Well, this will be a bit of a blow to PC players. DICE General Manager, Karl-Magnus Troedsson has confirmed that Battlefield IV will not include mod support.
The Xbox One Achievements System has been talked about in further detail at E3.