Resident Evil Revelations 2 is the latest game in the survival horror series developed by Capcom. Unlike previous releases, the game is episodic with a new episode being released weekly in March 2015....
Harmonix seriously hopes you haven't thrown away those gigantic guitar and drum peripherals, because RockBand is making its return to current gen consoles this year.
Harmonix has stated that all DLC from every previous iteration of RockBand that you may have purchased in the past, will transfer over to RockBand 4, with thousands of songs and track sets available for purchase, as well as plenty of new content, new current gen grade peripherals (with the old ones seemingly being grandfathered into the process as well), as well as new leaps and bounds for the franchise.
Other aims for the franchise include more freedom in the way you play, and overall changes and buffs to the original engine.
So how do you feel about the return of the arthritis inducing party fad of the early 2010's? Have you held onto any of your peripherals, and do you plan on picking them back up to play some sweet nothings to your now probably college graduate sweetheart? Let us know what you think!
Everyone's familiar with Maxis, the studio behind most Sim titles such as SimCity or The Sims. Well, as of today, after 28 years on the gaming market, Maxis is no more. While the brand itself lives on, the studio is to be consolidated with other EA development studios. This is what an EA representative had to say:
An understandable decision after the SimCity fiasco and the underwhelming launch of The Sims 4, but nevertheless, it's always sad to see industry titans such as Maxis go.
Arriving digitally for £14.99 / €19.99 on 5th May, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood takes our hero BJ Blazkowicz back to the year 1946 in an adventure that spans eight chapters and two interconnected stories (released together) that will lead into the events you know and love from The New Order.
And that's not all. They also unveiled Steam Link, a device that allows Steam users to stream content from their PC (or Steam Machine, if you're into that sort of thing) on the same network, and will be released this Fall. Valve is also releasing the Steam Controller in the Fall as well. Each item will be priced at $49.99. They're also presenting their VR headsets, with developer versions supposed to be out by the Spring. Finally, they've announced Lighthouse, a "room tracking system" that can be integrated with televisions, phones, headsets, etc. Valve plans to make this technology free for all developers interested.
Sadly, Half Life 3 was still not confirmed. 8 more years!