Not a big week to open the month of May, but we do have two big releases of note. Gearbox releases their new shooter Battleborn onto PC, PS4, and the Xbox One. We’ll see if the gameplay will win over Borderlands fans, or if its similarity will make them take a pass. On the big screen we get one of the more highly anticipated comic book movies of the year, Captain America: Civil War. Advance reviews have been good, and it’s already doing well at the box office overseas...Read More
Dark Souls III Review
Boletaria. Lordran. Drangleic. Yharnam. All places that fill gamers with a sense of dread as well as joy. Dread because they know death will be coming swiftly and often. Joy because there is a sense of accomplishment each time you survive and move farther through these lands that has few rivals in the modern gaming world...Read More
Telltale Games The Walking Dead series has never ended on a joyful note, and yet there was still a satisfying conclusion to each of the seasons so far. The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries continues the trend of downbeat endings, with one notable conclusion- this one just didn’t feel satisfying. It just came to an end, and even with the more action packed final minutes (this final episode, titled “What We Deserve”, is the shortest of the three, clocking in at just over an hour), it never felt satisfying...Read More
Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have released a new trailer for their upcoming game Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Check it out below.
Following the events of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, you once again play as Adam Jensen, an augmented agent for the counter terrorism unit Task Force 29. Jensen will travel around the world in search of the Illuminati. Your choices will affect the outcome of the game, allowing you to take on objectives through combat, stealth, and hacking abilities.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is set for rele...Read More
Games that alter due to the choices you make are usually a welcome thing, and Stories: The Path of Destinies, a charming fairy tale like adventure from Spearhead Games, is no different. Following the story of a fox named Reynardo as he helps to guide a rebellion against the evil Emperor who wants to awaken the ancient gods is filled with choices...Read More
The summer movie season is just about upon us. With that in mind, here are some of the biggest releases for the month of May. Release dates subject to change.
Captain America: Civil War
The latest film in the MCU pits Cap (Chris Evans) against Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) as the heroes fracture along the lines of a new government mandate...Read More
A wide variety of games hits store shelves this week as well as being available digitally. Telltale Games wraps up its mini-series with Michonne and gives Tales from the Borderlands a retail release. The second episode of Hitman drops along with the twin stick shooter Alienation. Home video gets the horror themed Christmas flick Krampus and Kevin Hart and Ice Cube take us along for a new ride in Ride Along 2...Read More
2K has announced a release date for Mafia III as well as released a new video for the game. The video, entitled “One Way Road”, is a story trailer that shows off some of the brutal gameplay. Take a look below.
Mafia III is slated to arrive on consoles and the PC later this year, on October 7. Those pre-ordering the game will be eligible to receive the “Family Kick-Back” bonus, which includes three exclusive weapons and vehicles that will be available at launch.
The game will be available in three different editio...Read More
Dark Souls III, which released on March 24 in Japan and on April 12 in North America and Europe, has set some records for Bandai Namco. The dark fantasy action RPG by developer From Software is praised by its fans for its difficulty, and is noted for having a solid online community. The game outsold its predecessor by 61%, and set a record to become the most successful day one launch for Bandai Namco.
A new trailer was also released, which you can check out below.
Exact sales figures have yet to be released by Nam...Read More
Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, the tale of the man-cub Mowgli raised by wild animals, has seen its fair share of hollywood adaptations over the years, most notably from Disney. Disney first adapted the tale in the animated 1967 film and then later made a live action adaptation (sans talking animals) starring Jason Scott Lee as a much older Mowgli in 1994. Now in 2016, director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) steps in to bring the old classic to a new generation.
And he succeeds in bringing it to life in the most spectac...Read More