Sure, the Xbox One has a bunch of cool stuff going for it, but what does it really offer in terms of high-fives and bro banter? Recent surveys have indicated that users on Microsoft's flagship console feel as though they can't really engage in a true "bro-down throwdown" under the current climate. What should a company do when presented with such a precarious situation?
Remember LittleBigPlanet 3? Yesterday's news, literally in this case, as although the game may be getting old, it was in the news recently as the PlayStation Plus game for February. This means that many new players would have picked up the game and may just be interested in the new Mass Effect: Andromeda costume pack coming to the game for free.
Announced by Blizzard, Seasons in Diablo 3 will be making their way from their PC home onto consoles on March 31st, 2017.
At long last, PlayStation 4 users can experience man's greatest achievement: sending goats to space. Soon, they can bounce their virtual hooves around in low-grav environments, eat space trash, and just experience the things that typically happen when you put goats in atmospheres without oxygen.
How many Resident Evil games have there been? If you take into account the main cannon, plus all the offshoots and then the remakes - too many to really care about. One co-op version of the game was Resident Evil: Revelations and its being relaunched again; this time for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
PayDay 2 saw a release last year on consoles with an edition dubbed "Crimewave" - the game included a ton of content from the PC version all bundled up into a nice package for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 player. Consistent support for the game came in update after update, so much so, we've gone to update twelve.
LEGO Dimensions is adding three new content packs to the main game. For those of us born in the 1980s, there's a handful of new goodies for you - namely the Goonies level pack.
Just a meager handful of games were shown off at the Nintendo Switch unveiling this January. Disappointing, but some publishers have stepped up to show their support for the portable/console system. Days after the presentation, Ubisoft announced three games for Switch, one of which is a definitive edition of our favorite armless co-op experience, Rayman Legends.
Modern games have a somewhat natural life-cycle where they initially emerge, sink back down, float back up for a sale, and repeat thanks to digital marketplaces. The boxed copies of a title will usually shuffle about in retail for a good year or so after initial release, but it's the digital side of things that tends to keep a title going. As of today, the digital life for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is at an end.
First released as a mobile shmup, Sky Force was lauded as one of the better vertical-scrolling shoot 'em ups on that particular platform. Years later, Sky Force Anniversary made its way onto the PC, PlayStation 4, Playstation 3, and PlayStation Vita platforms, and now, as of last Thursday, the Xbox One.