A few quick deals for all you co-op lovers out there. Until Monday, July 25, you can pick up Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds for the 360, PAYDAY 2 for the Xbox One and 360, or Destiny: The Taken King for both the Xbox One and 360 at reduced prices.
With the big announcement that a fourth game is coming to the Xbox One and PC this holiday season, it seems only appropriate that the first two games would somehow find their way onto the current gen of consoles. First leaked over the weekend thanks to some PS4 trophy listings, Capcom released a statement to Eurogamer.com that Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record will all be coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
We knew that more expansions for LEGO Dimensions would be coming this fall, including a new "story pack" expansion based on the 2016 Ghostbusters movie. Thanks to a Twitter user snapping a quick picture from an Argos (a UK digital retailer) catalogue, we now also know that the title will be getting a "story pack" based on the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie.
If you were to ask me what one Rockstar game I would like to play again/see a sequel to, I'd interrupt you before you even finished the question. The answer is Red Dead Redemption, and based on recent sales numbers for the game, I'm not the only that feels that way. Part of my wish will come true soon enough as the game will be added to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list this Friday, July 8.
If you didn't know, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens makes its debut on every gaming platform ever next week. To ensure it stays in the forefront of your mind, here's one last character vignette featuring everyone's favorite Vader fan boy: Kylo Ren. I'm glad for the bit of fun poking they have with Kylo in this. To...
Apparently, if you want to find out about whether or not a game is coming to the consoles, you should hit up the Taiwan Game Software Rating Information board. Similar to how HAWKEN got listed on a Taiwan Microsoft store page early, three older Activision games (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron) all got ratings for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The latest entry in the longest running toys-to-life franchise is Skylanders Imaginators. Every title has had "its own thing;" SuperChargers introduced vehicles, Trap Team let you capture enemies, and Swap Force involved mixing-and-matching the figures. With Imaginators, you'll be able to design and play your own Skylander in-game.
I have been a fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for decades now, long enough to have read the comics before the iconic 80s cartoon. The franchise has had a long and generally successful history, and video game tie ins are a big part of that. Turtles in Time is in my top five arcade games of all time, and between me and my two boys, we’v...
Though developer Bungie has a livestream later today in which they'll detail the content in greater depth, an early (and accidental) listing on the Xbox Marketplace yesterday gave up the goods for Rise of Iron, the next expansion for Destiny.
Warner Bros and TT Games have opened the floodgates. The expansion packs for the next year of LEGO Dimensions include content from 16 well-known properties. Starting on September 27, a whole new wave of expansion packs for the game will be released that will be based on notable franchises like the A-Team, the new Ghostbusters film, Harry Potter, Gremlins, Beetlejuice, and more.
Being a criminal is hard. You're pulling heists like every other day. You're always searching for new places to hide your wads of cash and other totally legal assets. You're constantly being harassed by those gosh-darned police. What's a 40-something with his or her best gun-totin' days behind them to do? Easy: start up their own criminal enterprise.
The next character vignette video for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens hit the Internet last week. Everyone's favorite Storm Trooper turned good, Finn, gets his own 30 seconds of fame in the latest teaser for the game. Warner Bros and TTGames also shared plans for the forthcoming DLC, which can all be yours when you buy the Season Pass.
The Platinum Games developed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan game is now available for your consumption, in case you weren't aware. Initial reviews are... err... well, not awesome? We're working on our own co-op review of the game, but in the meantime, we've got some other hot TMNT-related news.