Space dogfighting and mech combat will soon be gracing the PS4 and the Xbox One, according to a new dev diary from Strike Suit Zero developer Born Ready Games.
Originally set for the PS4’s launch, InFamous: Second Son was pushed back to a March 21st release so developer Sucker Punch could spend more time with it. That was time well spent.
If there are two things I love, they’re robots and jets. Well, I love more than those two things, but combining those two are like combining chocolate and peanut butter. In the case of Strike Suit Zero, the peanut butter’s sometimes unexpectedly chunky instead of creamy, but still tasty.
Reports are circulating that Titanfall 2 is official (no surprise), to be published by EA (also no surprise) and will not be exclusive to Microsoft platforms (huh?).
Look out, GameStop, you’ve now got competition from America’s biggest retailer, Walmart.
Darrin is finding that his "Pile of Shame" will only be getting bigger, thanks to indie developers.
Things are going to be getting better soon for Titanfall fans in Australia.
If you’ve been online any amount of time in the past few months, you’ve seen hype for Titanfall. Well, the game’s here… did it live up to the colossal expectations everyone had for it?
Microsoft’s first big game of 2014, Titanfall, has officially launched.
NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal is a lot of things, but nobody expected “supporter of a Shaq Fu remake” to be one of them.
Titanfall, one of the Xbox One‘s biggest exclusives – at least as far as the current generation of consoles goes – will not run at full HD, at least not at launch.
If you thought InFamous: Second Son looked great on PS4 already, it looks even cooler in real life.