Skateboarding fans rejoice as, following mutterings and rumors at the tail end of 2014, the man himself Tony Hawk has announced that a new Tony Hawk skateboarding game will be coming to PlayStation 4 in 2015.
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Movement is something it’s fair to say that most gamers take for granted. For most, it goes without saying that the movement mechanics in modern video gaming work intuitively and efficiently. In fact, I’m willing to bet that the majority of gamers wouldn’t even give movement mechanics much thought at all, despite a select few high profile titles making some big strides over the past couple of years. Titles like Titanfall, with its carefully considered verticality and wall-running, and Assassin’s Creed: Unity, with its new parkour-down abilities, as well as others have collectively made movement more complete and fluid than ever for gaming.
Ubisoft seems to be considering dinosaurs for Far Cry 5 as well as a variety of other settings and enemies, according to a new survey asking Far Cry players where they would like to see the game head to next.
An image claimed to be from an internal presentation within Bungie appears to show the future Destiny DLC roadmap. The image was originally posted on the Bungie forums, before finding its way to Reddit and Twitter. Here’s the image in question;
After the high profile hacker attacks over Christmas on both the PlayStation Network (PSN) and XBox Live which left many unable to play on their shiny new consoles at all over the holiday period and millions of other players unable to access any network features, Sony has offered a free period of PlayStation Plus as well as a one-time discount on anything from the PlayStation Store.
Good news for fans of The Last Of Us, which should be pretty much everyone who has ever owned a PlayStation 3 or 4; it looks like The Last Of Us 2 is happening!
Publisher Activision has today launched the teaser trailer for the much-anticipated and fan demanded, co-operative survival mode Exo Zombies mode for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Here’s the teaser trailed for Advanced Warfare Exo Zombies;
It’s been a stellar year for first-person shooters with the launch of fresh IPs in Destiny and Titanfall, as well as one of the years’ best campaigns in Wolfenstein: The New Order. Call of Duty has managed to protect its dominance in the shooter space for the last few years; 2014 has provided some of the strongest contenders to challenge the Call of Duty crown, so what Sledgehammer Games brought to the table this year with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare in order to compete with an ever-growing crowd?
It has been a long wait for many, with huge anticipation and expectation, but Rockstar Games have today revealed the official trailer for GTA Online Heists. Here’s the trailer (taken from the official PlayStation Blog);
Assassin’s Creed, for better or worse, has maintained an annual release cycle for the past seven years since the original game launched in 2007. The series has come a long way since its inception, with Assassin’s Creed Unity facing one of the largest leaps of faith the series has had to face thus far – the leap into the next generation of consoles. There’s no doubt that the series has come a long way in that time, but does Unity represent a revolutionary leap forward for the series?
As the new look Video Game Awards roll around, so did an expectation from many for Bethesda Games to announce Fallout 4. The fire that burnt that expectation has been extinguished by Bethesda via their official Twitter account, announcing that they are attending the VGAs purely to support Wolfenstein: The New Order developers Machine Games.
Following the colossal failure that was the uber buggy launch of Assassin’s Creed Unity last month, Ubisoft have a new issue – next years’ Assassin’s Creed has been leaked, set in 19th Century Victorian London and entitled Assassin’s Creed Victory. The leak originally sprang from Kotaku (they have screenshots too) and was later confirmed to be legitimate, confirmed by an Ubisoft statement.