Grab that good ol’ blaster at your side and gear up for some Star Wars Battlefront this weekend as the beta opened to everyone as of 1:00 PM today. Players across XBox One, PS4 and PC will have their first chance to really dive into the game while also providing EA and Dice, the creators of the game, the chance to fine tune it as well as stress test their servers to ensure that they are ready for the game’s full release this coming November 17.
It is coming close to Halloween, the time when costumes, candy and scares are a plenty. But what does one do when the urge to dress up fades? What do you do when you are tired of the same old horror flicks on TV or your streaming channel of choice?
You still want a horrifically entertaining Halloween, but can you do that from the comfort of your own home? Of course you can! Through the magic of table top gaming you can enjoy all the Halloween thrills you desire. So get a few pals by your side and let your imagination run wild with this special edition of Table Top Bonanza.
With its launch several days behind us now, we can safely say by general consensus that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is a huge success. I’m currently loving just about every moment, filling in the gaps of Big Boss’s legendary story, and while the overarching story is as dark and tragic as its ever been, it wouldn’t be Metal Gear Solid without Hideo Kojima’s trademark sense of humor. Here are some of the more light-hearted (spoiler-free!) surprises in the game that I absolutely adore.
Keeping with the recent trend of movie studios developing video game franchises for the big screen, 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment are reportedly giving Mega Man the live action treatment.
The brain child of Akira Kitamura and Keiji Infune, we first met the human/robot hero in 1987 when Capcom released the first Mega Man video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The main series of games pit the Blue Bomber against the dastardly Dr. Wily and his army of evil robots bent on world domination.
Fox announced the Assassins Creed film nearly two years ago with Michael Fassbender at the helm. It’s needless to say the first official image released was a long time coming.