The first two Batman games remastered in Unreal Engine 4! What is up with that?

On the 18th of May Warner Bros. announced that they will be releasing remakes for the first two Batman titles in a bundle. The Bundle will be called Batman: Return to Arkham and it will include Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009) and Batman: Arkham City (2011) both developed by Rocksteady. The games will be completely remastered in the Unreal Engine 4. That means beautiful graphics!
Batman: Return to Arkham will be released for Playstation 4 and Xbox One on the 28th of July at a price tag of 49,99 Euro including every piece of DLC for both titles. Continue reading “The first two Batman games remastered in Unreal Engine 4! What is up with that?”

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Battlefield 1 and Microtransactions! Will it ruin the game experience?

On the 6th of May Battlefield 1 was revealed on YouTube. The video acquired over 31 Million views and 1.6 Million likes, making it the most successful video game reveal of all time. Electronic Arts has done everything right so far, as they met the communities wishes for a World War I setting. The game will most likely be one of the most successful games this year. Continue reading “Battlefield 1 and Microtransactions! Will it ruin the game experience?”

Hitman introducing Elusive Targets!

The first episode of Hitman (2016) was released on the 11th of March for PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Publisher Square Enix and Developer IO Interactive are releasing the new third person stealth game in episodes, each featuring a massive map with many different missions. The first episode also called the Intro Pack costs 12,99 Euro. All epsiodes combined cost 49,99 Euro and if you choose to buy a single episode it will cost you 7,99 Euro. The already released Intro Pack and second Episode were not that well received by the community forcing the Developer to take action by releasing the Elusive Targets. Continue reading “Hitman introducing Elusive Targets!”

FIFA 17 confirmed! What will it bring to the table?

To nobody’s surprise Electronic Arts announced a new iteration of their famous football simulation FIFA. During the release of EA’s financing report a plan for next years releases was posted. The plan featured many games: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, NHL 17, NBA Live, Madden 17, Mass Effect Andromeda, Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2. FIFA 17 was also featured in the list and it was set to release in Q2 for EA’s year cycle. A Q2 release would mean a release date between July and September. Due to FIFA 16 release on the 22nd of September, it is really likely that FIFA 17 will release at the end of September. The game will most likely launch onto the Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and the PC. Continue reading “FIFA 17 confirmed! What will it bring to the table?”

Overwatch: Most successful Beta of all time!

On May 5th Blizzard Entertainment released their new First Person Shooter Beta Overwatch to the public. The beta was supposed to end on May 9th. A day prior to the ending Blizzard announced that the beta would end a day later on May 10th.
Overwatch is Blizzard’s attempt on mixing elements of a FPS and a MOBA together combined in one game. Continue reading “Overwatch: Most successful Beta of all time!”

Gaming Releases 2016 Edition!

A third of the year 2016 has already gone by and we have already seen some great Games released.
In this article I will provide you with the, in my opinion, two best games of that particular month. The year didn’t start of very well, as there was no major game release in January. But in February two great games were released. Continue reading “Gaming Releases 2016 Edition!”

Console War continuing on new Platforms and what has Nintendo to do with it?

With the recent release of the HTC Vive and the upcoming Oculus Rift, there has been a shift in the gaming community. Even casual gamers want to experience the VR experience. That has led to consoles like the Xbox One and Playstation wanting to release support for their own systems or even develop their own VR headset.
The main problem is the current generation of consoles is straight up not powerful enough to run VR headsets properly. But releasing a full new generation of consoles would lead to anger in the console community, because then the current generation would only lasted 3 years.
So releasing a new console generation is not an option what do Sony and Microsoft want to do with VR and their PS4 and Xbox One? Continue reading “Console War continuing on new Platforms and what has Nintendo to do with it?”