Perfect World Entertainment and developer Motiga have announced the official launch of its team-based competitive game, Gigantic, now available on Steam, Arc, Xbox One and Windows 10 systems! The Free-to-Play strategic hero shooter combines visually stunning heroes, diverse creature families to summon and massive Guardians to aid in epic battles for victory.
Spinning off a well-established game series into a different genre is always a risky move. On one hand, if the gambit is successful, you’ll simultaneously introduce the franchise to a new group of players and give existing fans something new to reignite their passion. On the other hand, you also risk alienating those same fans with a game they don’t want and didn’t ask for.
Since its debut a decade ago, Dead Rising has continuously evolved with each new game. It’s changed settings and protagonists, added crafting and vehicles, abandoned escort missions and limited saves. In spite of all these changes, however, the core gameplay always remained intact: grab whatever’s handy to kill and maim droves of zombies in a huge variety of gruesome, hilarious ways. Dead Rising 4 maintains this tradition of superficial yet entertaining mayhem by adapting ideas from every previous iteration.
A cover-shooter with elements of Uncharted, bullet-time and a neat TV show hook. Quantum Break may not be groundbreaking, but it sure looks fun.
It’s Call of Duty day. How has Black Ops 3 measured up?Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has a lot to prove. It’s the first Treyarch entry to be given the benefit of a longer development period, thanks to Sledgehammer’s debut last year. It comes off the back of two slightly less-well received entires, Ghosts and Advanced Warfare. And it’s the sequel to Black Ops 2, one of the most successful and popular Call of Duty games of recent times – and still one of the most-played today.
Amazon Prime Day may have ended, but you still have a chance to pick up some games at a discount. Best Buy is having its own online sale this month, and it offers a big selection of discounts on some great titles for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch.
Tom Clancy’s The Division has already made a huge splash on one side of the pond as the title’s launch was officially named the largest ever in the UK, during the first three months of the year.