At the point where it is now out of sight and out of mind for many gamers, behind the scenes, Battlefield 4 developers DICE are still scraping together to try and make their once-promising game something still worth talking about. Today, the developers have commented on their intentions to address yet another plaguing issue in the game.
Keeping with their promise of continually DLC packages, Killzone: Shadow Fall developers Guerrilla Games have released the first DLC package for the game: Insurgent. With new character classes as well as a ton of all-new content, it looks poised to be definitely worth the wait.
Since it's inception last year, Microsoft's Games With Gold has continually failed to produce any real titles that Xbox gamers have particularly looked forward to. With launch titles like Halo 3 coming to the promotional campaign lately, gamers have slammed Microsoft for giving out games that are over 5 years old, whilst their Playstation counterparts have received some brilliant, recent, titles over the past few years.
Kickstarter has homed many of gaming's finest indie games to date; with successful studios going on to become some of gaming's most influential developers. While a vast library of games have came out of the project-promoting site, the FPS genre has remained largely untouched by the pool of developers who've usually chased other ideas.
Modern gaming has been plagued with cheaters and hackers consistently over the past 10 years, and whilst many studios have attempted to remedy the problems, most fail to ever properly address cheating with real consequences. Like their industry counterparts, Respawn Entertainment have announced their plans to tackle the dishonest players out there - but with their own interesting take on things.
Following its highly successful release on Playstation 3, Naughty Dog's The Last of Us has been one of the mostly hotly-tipped games to make its way to PS4. Since December 2013, rumours have been rampant concerning the game's possible introduction to the next-gen fold, and today, it looks like we finally have some clarity on the situation.
With its inaugural 2-week honeymoon period over, it's back to business for Titanfall and its creators Respawn Entertainment. While many players are satisfied with the game's action-packed 14 maps, many fans are eager to see what sort of post-release support will be coming their way in the form of DLC.
Linkin Park, a band commonly known for pushing the boundaries in their respective genre, have released an all new music video "Guilty All The Same" which acts as the world's first interactive music video produced via Xbox's Project Spark.