Looks like even more intrigue in the fascinating next gen console war that's been brewing for a while now. When Sony announced that the Playstation 4 would launch at $399 (a full $100 cheaper than the Xbox One) at E3 this year, the room exploded into applause. Turns out that the only reason they were able to afford that price point was by getting rid of the Playstation Eye peripheral that was meant to be included with the console.
A first person horror game set on the moon? Yes please. Routine takes place on a Lunar Research Station in the aftermath of the mysterious disappearance of the previous crew. The indie title has gotten an alpha gameplay trailer, and it's genuinely pretty darn frightening.
Project X Zone has been released in North America ahead of its July 5 European release. If you plan to buy this game, make sure you get the limited edition version that comes with a mini-art book, poster, and soundtrack at no extra charge.
In a recent talk with IGN, Microsoft Game Studios vice president Phil Spencer cleared up some possible misconceptions about the Halo teaser trailer shown at E3 this year, you know, the one where Master Chief wears a poncho. He also talked briefly about the possibility of a Halo 2 anniversary re-release, much like the Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary.
In this episode of the The Super Circuitcast, Matt, Ryan, Rami, Lodis and Wes talk about Microsoft's recent removal of DRM, family sharing and other things from the Xbox One. Or at least, that's what they try to talk about. Mostly they just act really silly.
Ubisoft Montreal creative director Patrick Ploude (Assassin’s Creed II, Far Cry 3) has decided to take a different direction from the games he usually works on and create his own version of an indie game.
For those who missed out on the first run of the Borderlands 2 Diamond Plate Loot Chest on Thinkgeek, Gearbox announced a limited quantity of Diamond Plate Loot Chests is available to purchase on Shop Gearbox.
The latest Borderlands 2 DLC is available today, and by all accounts, it's pretty darn good. I haven't gotten a chance to download it yet, but I've heard it has a gun that shoots swords, and really that's all I needed to hear. If you're still on the fence about whether or not to get it, check out a launch trailer for Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep below.
Warhammer 40k is finally becoming an MMO, sort of. Behaviour Interactive, the largest indie game studio in Canada, has grabbed the rights to the franchise and will be developing Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Saints Row IV has been banned in Australia, becoming the first game to be refused classification since the new guidelines were put in place on January 1, 2013. The country's classification board has given it an "RC" (Refused Classification) as per the newly enacted Guidelines for the Classification of Computer Games. Because of this, the game cannot be displayed or sold in Australia.