Fluster Cluck is a cartoony dual-stick shooter for the PS4. The game has players going to different worlds to compete with friends to collect the most ingredients. The more ingredients collected, the...
Hyrule Warriors, the Zelda x Dynasty Warriors game that sparked a lot of interest after being shown on Nintendo's December 18th Direct. Its got hacking, its got slashing, and best of all, its got our...
One of the most exciting features promised for the PlayStation 4 back when it was first announced was Share Play, the ability to watch, join and share video games over the PSN network.
Want to try out a game one of your friends owns before you buy it? Want to join a co-op or versus session with a friend, but you don't own the game? Want to spectate on a friend's gaming session? Want to help out a friend who's in a pickle and needs help? Not a problem - with Share Play you'll be able to do all of that soon.
Sony describes this functionality as a "virtual couch" - it aims at re-creating the experience of playing a video game with a friend online as if you were together. Are you excited for this kind of player-to-player interaction? Post your comments below!
Share Play will become available after the PlayStation 4 Firmware Update 2.0, follow the source link for details.
The rumored Mewtwo DLC was finally confirmed today during Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Direct. Not much is known about the character besides the fact that the character is still in development and is slated for a Spring 2015 release.
The character is apparently free for owners of both the Wii U and 3DS versions. Not sure if everyone else outside of that is getting the character as paid DLC or not.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is a big collection, both in size of the games and in the games themselves. With the Halo 1 Remaster, a Halo 2 Remaster, and Halo 3 and 4 with minor improvements (all games running at 1080p and 60fps, sans Halo 2 which runs at 1328x1080 and 60fps). Unfortunately, with such a big collection, it requires a lot of space and a ~45GB Blu-ray disc isn't going to cut it. However, instead of doing the logical thing and including 2 discs, a multiplayer and a singleplayer, 343 Industries has decided to make a mandatory release-day update that is 20GB. This patch unlocks multiplayer maps as well as a few other addons to the game.
Luckily, you'll still have access to singleplayer as the update downloads so you aren't stuck with a brick while waiting, and those who pre-order the game can start preloading the update a few days before release.
As stated, there is no announced platform or even a release window.
Have you ever thought to yourself, what if I was toast? Have you considered the likelihood that you are, in fact, biologically bread? Then you crazy person you, the time has come to live your dream and become the toast with the most. The Bread with stead. The Neatest goshdang wheat on the street.
You, are Bread.
Project Cars, the cool ass "next-gen" realistic-looking racing simulator, has been delayed from November 2014 to March 20, 2015. According to forum posts from Project Cars site, the reason for the delay is because "This delay has come about because a couple of other big games have announced they are shipping around the same time as our planned first date."
The studio released an official statement regarding the delay:
EDIT: It should be noted that March 20th is the release date for the PC/PS4/Xbox One versions, the Wii U version still has no confirmed release date.