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...
Formerly known as the Kickstarter project "Spirit", Qora puts you in the shoes of a man new to town who quickly finds himself subject to strange supernatural events. Embark on a journey to investigate...
Not everybody has made the jump to current gen yet, and Activision seems to understand that perfectly well. They're taking it so well in fact, that they're giving you a free upgrade to the current gen copy (PS4/XBOX ONE) of the title if you choose to download it on PS3/360!
Keep in mind, that Sony's Crossplay offer does apply here. If you decide to download the game on PS4, it will be available on ps3, and vice-versa. However, if you Buy the Xbox One version first, you will not have access to it on your 360. It will only go one way, by buying and downloading the game on your 360, and then upgrading to the Xbox One version.
This is a fantastic offer to entice people that are still waiting to buy a current gen console to still pick up the game on their ps3/360 and upgrade later, especially with the Holidays being so close. No word yet on if this will be a timed exclusive deal, much like last year's Call of Duty: Ghosts offer.
Nintendo has released a new major update for the Nintendo 3DS. This update introduces the previously announced theme support for the Home menu, as well as allowing users to take screenshots of their Home menu.
It has been confirmed that this update blocks the Gateway 3DS emuNAND. Updating your emuNAND will result in it giving a black screen:
Left: no subsurface scattering, Middle: realistic settings, Right: exaggerated settings
Today, Epic Games released a preview of what their next update, Unreal Engine 4.5, and it is definitely a doozy. With over 40 new features and improvements, the new Unreal Engine update is continuing it's advancement with rendering textures and models.
This is...well, definitely interesting news to say the least. It's great to see what the Unreal Engine is really capable of. For more updates, you can check out the Unreal Engine blog in the source below