Microsoft and 343 Industries have announced that Halo 5: Guardians, the next installment into the Halo “Reclaimer Saga,” will release on October 23 exclusively on Xbox One .
When people ask me which game I think will be Game of the Year, I tell them that I believe Batman: Arkham Knight will be the Game of the Year, and here’s why:
Rocksteady’s devotion to making it great: With games becoming more and more ambitious, it’s becoming hard for a developer deliver an outstanding experience. However, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer Rocksteady Studios have spared no expense in making sure the Batman: Arkham Knight has every opportunity to be the best it can possibly be, even delaying the title for a little extra development time.
The “M for Mature” storyline: Batman’s story, more so than any other Superhero, is a story of overcoming incrementable odds. This means Batman must do everything within his power to defy these odds. Both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City earned “T for Teen” rating from the ESRB, and with Batman: Arkham Knight being “M for Mature” it shows that developer Rocksteady are trying to deliver a true to Batman experience. Continue reading
“Since I declared at The Game Awards in December that the game would launch in 2015, the directors and the many members of the development team have been working hard developing the game to make it the best it can be,” Aonuma said. Continue reading
UK retailer ShopTo.net have been told by their suppliers that Batman: Arkham Knight on the PC is only going to be sold digitally–no longer in physical retail packages.
Arkham Knight is no longer being released on PC on Disc. Digital only.
— Joe Anderson (@_wotta) March 24, 2015
@el_hatcherino Were told by our suppliers.
— Joe Anderson (@_wotta) March 24, 2015
Arkham Knight was originally expected to be sold both physically and digitally on the PC, but it seems like the recent, and unexpected, delay may have affected its physical sale on the PC.
Batman: Arkham Knight releases both on current-generation consoles and PC on June 24.
Bloodborne, the highly anticipated fantasy role-playing game from From Software, is the game we needed.
I’m not going to beat around the bush; this console generation has been horrible so far. It’s been horrible because the games, besides a handful of them, haven’t lived up to their set expectations. They’ve mostly been good to look at, but lackluster to play.
With that being said, Bloodborne isn’t a game for everyone because you will indeed die a lot–and I mean die a lot. But, when it’s all said and done, Bloodborne absolutely worth experiencing. I’m going to put this out there; I didn’t beat the game. Actually, I couldn’t beat the game. However, the large portion of the game that I did indeed play was “fucking awesome,” for the lack of better words.
Bloodborne puts the players in the shoes of a Hunter slaying beasts. As to why? It’s not made fully clear. But, let’s be honest; you don’t really need to know as to why. The story revolves around dreams and nightmares and, much like in any title from From Software, the story features own levels of complexities–more so than in Demon Souls and Dark Souls.
That dream and nightmare spectrum is probably the greatest thing Bloodborne portrays. It makes you question everything because nothing in the game conforms to the norm. Just like in real life, Bloodborne makes you question, what exactly is normal? It’s a perplexing question for any game to fundamental represent and Bloodborne does this perfectly. Continue reading
Electronic Arts and BioWare have revealed the achievements for Dragon Age: Inquisition – Jaws of Hakkon, the first piece of story downloadable content for the hit title.
- Firestarter [15G] – Destroy all the Winter Shards and light all the fires in the Old Temple.
- Legend-Marked [30G] – Impress the Avvar of Stone-Bear Hold and gain their friendship.
- Historian [30G] – Uncover the secrets of a legendary figure.
- Winter’s End [90G] – Dispel a myth of ancient days.
Rocksteady Studios today, via the @BatmanArkham twitter, announced the second delay of Batman: Arkham Knight, which will now release June 23rd.
“We’re a developer that hates to make any compromises, so we are sorry to say this means it’s going to be just a little big longer until you can play the epic conclusion to the Arkham trilogy,” game director Sefton Hill said. Continue reading