It is slightly more than two weeks more of waiting for those who are looking out for Call of Duty: Ghosts to roll out on current generation consoles. In order to further tease you, Activision and Infinity Ward have decided to release the game’s launch trailer. Anyone who loves a modern day action Hollywood blockbuster would definitely appreciate more than a dozen explosions in under a minute of gameplay in the trailer, while your ears are treated to Eminem’s latest single in the background.
Sony are busting a nut to sell this thing to us. Behold this new example: two dudes transporting themselves into Killzone: Shadow Fall and other PS4 games, while singing along to Perfect Day. It’s like watching a (very brief) musical, except we didn’t feel the need to punch our own eyes and ears in the face while witnessing it. Which new console will you buy? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
Probably the single most-argued argument in all of gaming is the silly, ill-formed rivalry between the console gamepad and the PC mouse and keyboard. It’s a bogus distinction to make, like asking whether spreadsheets are better than graphs — they are different ways of doing similar things. Still, there is one undeniable downside of the keyboard and mouse, and that is that you have to use a keyboard and mouse, regardless of where you want to play. With the touchpads-instead-of-analog-sticks Steam Controller, has Valve successfully bridged the gap between the precision of a mouse and the comfort of a controller?
One of the big additions to Call of Duty: Ghosts (aside from the dogs of course) is the ability to create squads. So, what’s the dead with squads? Well, basically, instead of just creating one multiplayer character, you can create a whole unit of guys (or ladies) and level them up through various team-based missions. Still not entirely clear on the concept? Well, hit the jump for a new Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer that explains the whole squads thing in detail…
Whether it’s robbing cars from random strangers, stealing money from people you’ve killed, the game allows you to live vicariously (although extremely violently) without actually doing anything illegal. But staying alive while playing the game is also a challenge in itself. So here are some really dumb ways to take your life while playing GTA V.
Can I stab a shark in Grand Theft Auto 5? How do I survive a free-fall with no parachute? Can I hide from the cops in some bushes? What’s the most hilarious way to take out a police chopper? Look no further for the answers to these and more in this “Mythbusters” episode. Its amazing how much thought they put into some of the smallest details. This is why the game sold $1 billion dollars worth of sales in 3 days, because everything that you think should work, does.
Shinji Mikami, the father of survival horror, is back to direct The Evil Within — a game embodying the meaning of pure survival horror. Highly-crafted environments, horrifying anxiety, and an intricate story weave together to create an immersive world that will bring players to the height of tension. The Evil Within is in development for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC and is slated for release in 2014.