In this week’s edition of Last Week’s Gaming News, I cover Resident Evil 7’s cross saving capabilities, Ditto in Pokemon Go, uncharted 4 survival mode, No Man’s Sky update and more!
In this week’s edition of Last Week’s Gaming News, I cover the likes of the release of Pokemon Sun and Moon, Super Mario Run, Mods available on the PS4 for Fallout 4, The Game Awards Nominees, and Watch Dogs 2 nudity and online multiplayer.
This week in Last Week’s Gaming News, I cover November’s free PS Plus games, Watch Dogs 2’s new trailer, Voice-Actors strike, Bethesda not offering review copies, Hello Games’ “mistake” tweet and GAME’s PSVR demo costs.
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Some more Quantum Break coming at you with part 10 of our playthrough. Also, part 9 is available for your viewing pleasure. check it out!
For the longest time, I’ve asked myself: “Why do people enjoy mobile games so much? Is it the ease of use? The quick pick-me-up and go?” It’s not surprising that a very large part of the general population loves the accessibility that mobile games offers, they don’t have to be hardcore gamers like the rest of us to have fun. Even I sometimes find myself in the depths of the Android store, looking for something to pass the time and rarely leave empty handed. Here’s the real question, what does it take for a mobile game to catch your eye and get you to press that magic download button.
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Here comes the new releases train to bring you another set of games for your enjoyment. This week, another great PlayStation exclusive, this time from the makers of Dark Souls. Let’s not waste time with introductions, here’s what you can get your paws on for the week of March 24th, 2015:
“Hunt your nightmares as you search for answers in the ancient city of Yharnam, now cursed with a strange endemic illness spreading through the streets like wildfire. Danger, death and madness lurk around every corner of this dark and horrific world.”
KickStarting It! is a weekly article that features a selected game from KickStarter or similar websites. Each week, 1 game is selected from these sites and is featured in the article and that week’s podcast. The article and podcast will be released at the same time. I will give a run down of the game and any necessary information concerning the game. I hope you will enjoy and help out these awesome games by backing them.
Game: Melancholy Republic
Developer: Cloud Runner Studios
# of Backers as of 03/20/2015: 85 Backers
Amount Needed: £15,000
Amount Collected as of 03/20/2015: £2,519
Funding Ends On: Friday, April 10th 2015 at 6:59 PM EST
Another jam-packed week of new releases on all consoles including the return of some fan favorites like Mario Party and Tales of the Borderlands. Here’s what you’re getting for the week of March 17th:
– Battlefield Hardline(PS4/PS3/XBOX ONE/XBOX 360/PC)
“Be the law or break the law in Battlefield Hardline. This action-packed blockbuster combines intense, signature multiplayer moments of Battlefield with an emotionally charged story and setting reminiscent of a modern television crime drama.”
It’s that time of the week where we get a set of new games rolling out for consoles. Another great diverse list of games that seems to have a piece of every genre. Lets take a look at the games we are getting for the week of March 10th, 2015:
– DMC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition(PS4/XBOX ONE)
“The definitive edition of the critically-acclaimed action game arrives with enhanced 1080p graphics at 60 frames per second, new features, and all the original DLC included. Chain together stylish combos with up to eight unique weapons.”