There seems to be a plague of Warhammer games at the moment, hundreds of the buggers have emerged, well, five or six at least. This is a trailer for Warhammer 40,000: Regicide on PC.
Also reaching epidemic status is The Order: 1886 which has a new video almost every day, above is their Super Bowl advert, and below a behind the scenes look at the game.
This is the first look at Commissioner Gordon from Batman: Arkham Knight
The Crew will be patched on February 12th, click this link for full patch notes, including a frame rate improvement.
Were you expecting any DLC for South Park: The Stick of Truth? Really? That game that came out a year ago? You’re still expecting some? Well good thing Polygon are
asking ridiculous questions as hopeful as you.
The answer is no, in case you were wondering, you’re not getting any DLC.
An upcoming episode of Law & Order SVU, titled “Intimidation Game”, will hit screens in the United States next week. Not something we would usually cover, but they are tackling GamerGate. And by tackling, I mean sensationalising and making it all shooty.
“Video game developer Raina Punjabi (Mouzam Makkar) ignores warnings from online predators when the release date of her game arrives soon. When a female employee is soon assaulted at a game convention, the detectives ask Punjabi to halt the game’s release. When she refuses, the detectives must protect her.”
At the time of writing, the trailer has 22 likes and 796 dislikes on YouTube.
- Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us actor says gamers want better games! In mind blowing, pant wetting news, professional voice talking bloke Troy Baker says us gamers prefer playing “better” games rather, rather than crappy ones. Who knew?
- Mass Effect 4 won’t be like Dragon Age: Inquisition!
Stop the press! This just in: Space based alien battle shooter thing won’t be like hobbitty dragon game!
— Ed Vaizey (@edvaizey) February 3, 2015
A tweet by Ed Vaizey, minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries (i.e. video games) and rather weirdly my home town of Wantage, so I’ve seen him buying milk in Sainsbury’s when I go back to see the folks.
I digress, what is the The Internet of Things? I don’t know but it’s my new favourite phrase and I shall be using it from now on.
So this happened to me on Destiny last night, it appears to be some sort of glitch which spawns a ridiculous amount of Vex, and with them, an awful lot of loot. I only managed to catch the last few minutes but you can see how fierce the battle is and it was like this for about twenty minutes!
Team Ninja, the developers of the Dead or Alive series, the one with the barely legal teenage girls fighting in their pants and a camera that lets you zoom in on their breasts, has commented on the PC release of Dead or Alive: Last Round.
“We have to deal with mod issues from an IP holder perspective,” said director Yohei Shimbori. “We would like to ask PC users to play our game in good moral and manner. Otherwise, we won’t be able to release a title for PC again.”
I hope you are listening, PC owners. No modding the game to remove all the clothes, that is not moral.
And Finally, pretty much everyone noted that the recent trailer for Final Fantasy XV featured four young men who wouldn’t look out of place in a boyband. Of course, the Internet has helped out.