The Blacks Ops 4 announcement raised some serious controversy this week when Treyarch announced the game would not have a single-player campaign – a first for the Call of Duty series. Instead, the studio is adding a Battle Royale mode, cashing in on the popularity of PUBG and Fortnite.
Is this a well-thought out and considered change to the Call of Duty formula, or an opportunistic attempt to get in on the flavour of the month? Treyarch insists its the former.
For those who frequent this site, you’ve probably heard me bleating on about how we’re in the midst of a board game renaissance. The industry has seen massive growth in the last few years, potentially in part due to the relative death of couch co-op and LAN parties, leaving older gamers looking for new ways to share their hobbies in person.
Now, Swedish video game publisher Paradox has announced they’ll be adapting four of their biggest titles into board games.
In spite of various controversies over the theme, and a lone writer voted Best Content Creator 2018 by his mom stating he’d never buy a Ubisoft title again, Far Cry 5 sales numbers are in – and they’re a far cry from bad (huehue).
Peanut butter and tuna. Tequila and great decisions. Eric Lang and boxes of minis. Name a more iconic duo.
Rising Sun is the latest lovechild of designer Eric Lang, who’s made a name for himself in the last few years due to his partnership with publisher CoolMiniOrNot. You can pretty much always expect these games to be overproduced and stuffed full of gorgeous plastic sculpts, but whether or not there’s a decent game under all that is a different story.
I’m not exactly a fan of Eric Lang’s designs myself, so I went into this one with a certain measure of trepidation.
Today’s Mosh Pit has some really neat stuff in it, you guys. There’s one of the most expensive wireless gaming headsets we’ve ever seen from SteelSeries (and it looks really fantastic), a touching, wholesome hardware announcement from Microsoft, a racing wheel for beginners, and some really cool chassis designs from Cooler Master. Tuck in!
Hello Games has confirmed that its procedurally generated spaaaaaaaace-’em-up No Man’s Sky will be warping into Xbox One orbit in time for the weekend of the next total lunar eclipse and Delta Aquarids meteor shower, which seems very auspicious, with a simultaneous free multiplayer update on all platforms.
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