PS4 the first consumer product to feature DTS-HD Audio 7.1 decoder
The console is the first consumer product to get treated with this decoder.
Tags: Console, DTS-HD Audio 7.1 decoder, Playstation 4, Sound
Rockstar: Beach Bum update for GTA Online ready
As most of us know, GTA Online is built to last; to receive frequent updates throughout the years; including paid bigger expansion packs. You don’t have to find your digital wallet this time around though, as the Beach Bum pack is free for everyone. The pack contains new vehicles, hairdo’s, weapons, clothes and even tattoo’s. […]
Tags: Beach Bum Update, DLC, Free DLC, Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar Games
Enter the Dominatrix dominates you!
Stay away from this DLC if you’re looking for a deep and emotional story, but embrace it if you’re in for a wacky experience: in fact, don’t miss it. Enter the Dominatrix has been underway for quite some time: It was originally scheduled to be a DLC for Saints Row: The Third, but due to […]
Tags: Deep Silver, DLC, Enter the Dominatrix, Saints Row, Saints Row IV, Volition Inc.
Batman: Arkham Origins is flying in
While this new Batman game isn’t made by Rocksteady, it’s clear that it was made in the same spirit. Warner Brothers Montreal is delivering the work this time with Rocksteady as consultant. Origins goes back to the roots of Batman, back when he just appeared in Gotham. There’s only one thing speaking against it: the […]
Tags: Batman Arkham, Batman Arkham Origins, Warner Brothers
Spongebob Squarepants: Planktons Robotic Revenge powers on!
Another Spongebob game is out, this time by Activision, and it’s a 3D platformer with lots of minions to get rid of. A bunch of puzzles to solve, heaps of enemies and a boring boss that resurrect is what dominates this game. And oh, not a lot of levels/content. The CGI graphics gives a fresh […]
Tags: Activision, Behaviour Interactive, Spongebob Squarepants, Spongebob Squarepants: Planktons Robotic Revenge
Total War: Rome II starts another war
Total War: Rome II is all about a war going on in middle Europe in the prime of the Roman empire. It’s a point-and-click strategy game with lots of micro management down to each and every soldier and town. As your property expands by taking over areas, you get more to manage. The gameplay is […]
Tags: SEGA, The Creative Assembly, Total War, Total War: Rome II
Diablo III for consoles
The console version of Diablo III hit the streets on September 3rd. Sans action house, sans mandatory online, including same-screen-co-op. You can read our coverage for the PC version here. Since the action house has been let out, the gathering of loot has gotten a fresh meaning to life/game. It feels important again. Instead of […]
Tags: Blizzard Entertainment, Diablo, Diablo III
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified
An old acquaintance is back, this time with a new perspective. Normally is the XCOM games seen from above and entirely turnbased strategy. It’s different this time around. The camera has been thrown behind the neck of the protagonist, Carter,so the game has changed from being an isometric strategy experience to a third person shooter […]
Tags: 2k Games, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, XCOM
Lost Planet 3 continues to be Lost
Lost Planet 3 is continuing the essense and gameplay from the earlier games with a couple of new things. You’re back on E.D.N. III, but this time to experience what happened at the beginning of the terraforming of the planet, so it’s actually a prequel to the other games of the Lost Planet series. You’re […]
Tags: Capcom, Lost Planet, Lost Planet 3, Spark Unlimited
Tales of Xillia continues the tale
Very japanese and very RPG, filled to the brim with Manga style. The Tales-series doesn’t go out of the ordinary with this new installment. Once more you are going on an adventure and fight different enemies with the well-known turnbased strategic fighting system. The game has lots of side quests that you easily can miss. […]
Tags: Namco Bandai Games, Namco Tales Studio, Tales, Tales of Xillia