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The hype machine seems to be rolling along quite nicely now, but when DICE was initially offered the job of making Star Wars: Battlefront, the team was a little intimidated at taking on such a well-loved property.
“When we were asked to do this we were really scared. We thought, no, this is too intimidating,” DICE general manager Patrick Bach revealed
The big news this week for Mortal Kombat X players is the release of, the game's second crossover character, but those who don't want to splash their cash will still get a couple of new goodies.
and WB Games have announced that players will get the Klassic Fatality Pack 1 for free, adding three classic, gory moves from the franchise's history. They'll also net a free 'Kold War' skin for Scorpion.
Pulling sweet kickflips might not be what you naturally associate with the, so it's initially somewhat surprising to hear a member of the development team describe the upcoming DOOM's arenas as "like skate parks".
No you won't be challenging a demon to a skate-off. What executive producer Marty Stratton means is that the game encourages constant momentum, and gives players plenty of wide open space and options for vertical movement.
Like all fans of the, I pretty much revere creator as a saint/saviour figure, coming down from on high to test and ultimately reward us with his intricately designed masterpieces. All hail Miyazaki.
Still, even I was a bit surprised to see Dark Souls 3at this year's E3, and even more so to see the big man himself return to the series after his absence from the previous game (he was busy with PS4 exclusive Bloodborne).
It seems like all we've seen so far from developer' galaxy-hopping space sim No Man's Sky is brief yet enthusiastic snippets at E3 each year, so it's nice to get the chance to see a little bit more of what the game has to offer.
Eighteen minutes of gameplay, to be precise. Courtesy, the demo sees Hello Games founder Sean Murray take us on an extended trip through space, showing us how the game works in the process.
I hereby swear will get through this entire article without making any tiresome, humourless references to the– The Predator is now available in Mortal Kombat X for Season Pass (or Kombat Pack, as it's technically known) owners.
Those who just want to buy the big, loveable alien sod individually will have to wait until next Tuesday, July 14.
Patch 1.07 for The Witcher 3 adds "stash for storing items," weightless components, "sorting options", dedicated books tab
By the unkempt beard of Geralt!has just released a highlight of the key changes coming in Patch 1.07 for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It's got a number of excellent goodies and is coming to all platforms.
Chief among the list is a player stash which can be accessed from various locations in the world, and will be marked on the map. They're also making crafting materials weightless, and player inventory gets sorted.
Chris Roberts and his studiohas just expanded again with a new development office in Frankfurt, Germany which numbers 21 staff and "many of whom" were behind CryEngine technology.
That's great news considering Star Citizen uses the CryEngine, so these latest additions to staff will "pay huge dividends" to development, says Roberts. By the end of 2015 this new office should grow to 50 employees.
The Mac launch for MMO Final Fantasy XIV hasn't been smooth sailing foras they've now pulled it from sale after serious technical problems have crippled the game. They are also issuing refunds to owners.
Compounding the issue, Square also released the wrong system requirements before launch. Director Naoki Yoshida has apologised and accepted "sole responsibility" for letting the Mac version release.
We're getting closer and closer to being the proud owner of an eye-patched wolf companion with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain due later this year on PC. Really that's all it's about - GOTY material right there.
Apparently it does have other features like hiding in boxes, shooting and global conspiracies. To prove it, HIdeo Kojima has teased an 'alternate run' of the E3 2015 gameplay demo is coming tomorrow.
In an interview with PlayStation Access, Oddworld creator Lorne Lanning reveals his studioare still in the planning stages for the announced remake of 1998's Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus.
The team are trying to think what 'special stuff' they can add to improve it, much like Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty! which infused the original Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee with features from Exoddus.
Back in 2012 Ubisoft's cyber spy thriller Watch Dogs raised quite the ruckus at E3, with a very impressive. It never really lived up to that initial hype, and players were left irritated by apparent and a fairly tedious story when the game hit shelves in 2014.
After initial denials by the studio that anything had changed, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot (sort of) admitted at this year's E3 that the company had made mistakes when marketing the game.
Taken as a standard isometric RPG, Sword Coast Legends doesn't really grab me all that much. I mean, it's got some of the team behindworking on it, but other than that it looks pretty mundane.
It's the game's DM quest creation tools that I'm intrigued by, and the team at developerhas released two new videos showing the sort of thing budding overlords can cook up for their unsuspecting players.
You might be forgiven for thinking that thecould not possibly get more ridiculous, after Trials Fusion's bizarre trips , and weird penchant for squirrels.
You would, of course, be wrong. The game's next piece of DLC, titled Awesome Level MAX, was revealed at E3 last month, and features a cat riding a unicorn in lieu of your traditional stunt biker.
It was Independence Day over the weekend, of course, a day for celebrating the victory of Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum over those despicable alien idiots. To mark the occasion, Broforce developeris adding two new action hero Bros to the action-packed side-scrolling shooter in a new 'Freedom Update'.
First up you've got The Brocketeer, a jetpack-wearing hero based on the main character from the much underrated 1991 sci-fi flop. Seriously, I really like that film, go watch it.
For everybody wondering how exactly the hellwas going to drag a story out of the world's most popular voxel building game, wonder no longer.
Here's the first trailer for narrative adventure Minecraft: Story Mode, shown off at this year's. If nothing else, it's got one hell of a voice cast; comedian and actor plays hero Jesse, and he's backed up by Corey Feldman, Ashley Johnson and the peerless of Futurama fame.
Taking the phrase "kill it with fire" to its natural conclusion, the Bright Wizard Siena Fuegonasus is one of Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide's five playable classes, and developerhas released some more information about her backstory and abilities.
Siena actually starts the game as a prisoner of her fellow heroes, Witch Hunter Victor Saltzpyre and trooper Markus Kruber - wizards in Warhammer Fantasy aren't quite as luckless as their, but nobody really trusts them either.
Segaa domain for Dawn of War 3, suggesting that developer may be working on another installment in the Warhammer 40K RTS series.
It's not definitive evidence, of course; companies often register domain names as a precaution, and this may just be Sega covering its bases, but it's been a couple of years since Relic released, so the timing would make a certain kind of sense.
Wasteland 2 Director's Cut "progressing well" with inXile "running on all cylinders" testing and polishing
Brian Fargo andhave just given a small update for Wasteland 2 Director's Cut, which repackages the quite-excellent post-apocalyptic RPG with better visuals, UI overhauls and tons more voiced dialogue.
The studio is now thoroughly testing and polishing this superior Director's Cut, which is entirely free for all who own the original Wasteland 2 on PC. There are four new screenshot teasers.