Edge of Reality has been hard at work on a new free to play shooter, Loadout, that will allow gamers "billions" of options with which to configure your weapons in exactly the way you want. The goal here being to provide a unique and over the top shooter experience, and now they're ready to unleash it on the masses as they've announced a release date for the game.
Let’s start off this review by saying that I never thought that two little pieces of plastic would be any help to my FPS prowess. It’s not that I thought that KontrolFreeks FPS Freek Phantom analog stick adapters would be the worst thing since spray-on hair, but it was more of an indifference. I have to say that these two little pieces have rocked my FPS world in a way that I didn’t think was possible. Aliens landing on Earth would have made less of an impact on me than this. Well, maybe….but let’s get onto the review.
Earlier today, Microsoft posted a blog on their official site to thank fans for an awesome 2013. They also made mention of several games slated for this upcoming year, and fans were quick to notice the absence of the next game in the Halo franchise. Never fear, however, as Microsoft has gone on to confirm that you WILL see the next Halo in 2014. Come inside to see why it wasn't listed!
Irrational Games and 2K has announced today exactly when Bioshock Infinite fans can get their hands on the first chapter of the story based DLC, Burial at Sea. This new story addition takes players (along with Booker and Elzabeth) back to the world of Rapture for a Noir style adventure on November 12th. Come inside for the full press release and pricing details!
E3 is full of exciting games, and in the middle of all the excitement is normally EA. They had several games to showcase again this year, and one of the big ones was Battlefield 4, and boy was it exciting. I got my hands on the game, and played with both the Xbox One controller and PC controls, and lets just say it was rather awesome.
Bethesda has been teasing some sort of announcement over the last couple days via their social networks, and now the veil has been lifted. Turns out, it was a brand new Wolfenstein game, this one taking place in the 60s, but with the Nazis having one the second World War and still your sworn enemies! Come inside for all the details and the first trailer.
Well...here's a bit of news I never imagined I would be reporting on. Apparently, the long gestating StarCraft based FPS game, Ghost hasn't been cancelled as many fans believed. Technically, the game is still in development over at Blizzard.