We’re coming up on Batman month, and WB has released its latest Batman: Arkham Knight trailer, Time To Go To War. The 7-minute gameplay trailer features Poison Ivy, a nice long combo and some interesting tank combat. The traversal across the city also looks nice and fluid, which really makes
Avalanche studios has just released their latest trailer to their upcoming game, Mad Max. Here’s a clip giving us a bit of backstory for the title. Mad Max is scheduled to release September 1st on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.
Sony’s slasher survival horror game finally has a release date attached to it. Until Dawn is scheduled to release August 25th in North America and August 26th in Europe on Playstation 4. The European version of Until Dawn has 3 different editions, the regular, extended and the steel case collectors
Game of Throne’s “The Gift” continues the ongoing trend of slower episodes rounding out the season. Compared to other seasons, this season has been abnormally slow, but that wasn’t so much a problem early on in the season. The first handful of episodes did a great job of setting up
It’s happening! Need For Speed appears to be going back to what made it insanely popular in the first place, and thus rebooting the franchise. This is a welcomed reveal as I’ve been down on the Need For Speed franchise for quite some time. The most recent offering, Need For
The finale of The Flash, “Fast Enough,” was an absolutely fantastic episode. The events leading up to it set the stage for the showdown we’ve been waiting for. No, it’s not The Flash versus The Reverse Flash, but the battle within Barry himself and the decisions which may change the
For all those that may have been worried, fear not, M. Bison is confirmed to be in Capcom’s latest entry in the Street Fighter series. M. Bison, first seen in SF2: World Warrior, is the fourth character revealed for the PC and PS4 title following Ryu, Chun Li and Charlie.
Military games are nothing new but they used to have such a focus on tactics over bullets, thinking over explosions, and strategy over rockets. Reminiscient of the earliest days of tactical military games, like Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six, Gun Media and Mighty Rabbit studios released Breach and Clear for