Posts by: Andy Williams

Some racers are not like the others. Lightfield from the four man indie studio Lost in the Garden definitely fits into this category. The developers claim that this is a hyper futuristic racer and from the launch trailer it is very hard to disagree. Lightfield is a racer that doesn't need roads, or walls, or guides of any kind. You are free to find your own way along the course. This is achieved by your ship having the ability to stick to any surface just by the touch of a button. This looks to make for a very unique and ... Read More »
Up until recently news on Bioware's upcoming game Mass Effect: Andromeda has been fairly scarce, but with the game just over a month away things are starting to heat up somewhat. Last week we showed you a new gameplay video called Combat which showed off the combat and weapon systems. Well now we have a few more details for you. The three main brains leading the development team, Michael Gamble, Aaryn Flynn and Ian Frazier have been answering fans questions on Twitter and have revealed a few interesting details. The first is related to the aforementioned Combat video and asked ... Read More »
When it was released in 2013 State of Decay was a surprising hit. The depth of the game sucked people in and the fact that your choices really mattered made the whole experience a fairly intense one. It was the choices mechanism in State of Decay that made the story so unique and felt like you were actually involved rather than just been carried along with the story. The relationships that you developed really did shape how the story played out. If you had a good relationship then a person may well help you. If you upset someone then they ... Read More »
In the run up to the release of any game we can expect to be treated to a whole host of trailers revealing all kinds of different features and Mass Effect: Andromeda is no different. Yesterday we were treated to the first edition in a new series of gameplay videos, this one is called Combat. In Combat we are shown how your movement is fluid and you can dart in different directions with the use of a jet pack. There is also a new cover system that is highlighted and it looks to make combat very movement based so you ... Read More »
Madden 17 was last years entry into the Madden NFL franchise by EA Sports. The franchise has become the benchmark for simulations of the American variety of football. Last year's was no exception and wowed fans with some unique innovations and fluid mechanics. Today EA have announced that on the 24th of this month Madden 17 will be available to download from the EA Access vault. Grab your gear, members. @EAMaddenNFL 17 hits The Vault on 2/24! https://t.co/LdGu8Qew8vpic.twitter.com/PANEqWABr4 — EA Access (@EAAccess) February 16, 2017 Madden NFL has a history of predicting Super Bowl results and Madden 17 was no ... Read More »
There has been some speculation recently that the upcoming Bioware game Mass Effect: Andromeda will be an open world game. Producer Michael Gamble has come out and said that this is certainly not the case. But then again it is also not entirely linear either. "I definitely wouldn't call Andromeda an open-world game," Gamble said "We like to use the term 'exploration-based game.' You still have the concept of tight story deliverance and all the great things you come to expect with Mass Effect." This shouldn't really come as a surprise as the previous games followed the same pattern. Sometimes ... Read More »
Star Trek Online is a free to play MMORPG that is set in the universe of everyone's favourite cult TV series. The third official expansion has now been released and is called Agents of Yesterday which gives you some idea of what it entails. Agents of Yesterday is based on the famous TV show and gives you the chance to play completely new missions, fly classic spacecrafts and explore story content in an episodic fashion. The main storyline sees timelines and universes colliding as enemies attempt to destroy the past. You will be able to create a new unique captain ... Read More »
Battlefield 1 was one of the biggest releases of last year. Very soon DICE will be releasing a massive winter update to add a lot of improvements to the player experience. Yesterday the development team hosted a livestream that explained some of the details that we can expect to come with the update. One of the main things that the update will do is fix a few minor issues including with matchmaking and weapon balancing. This would all be good preparation for the launch of the first piece of DLC that is slated to be launched in March. Recently there ... Read More »
Since the launch of the backwards compatibility program in 2015 the most requested game by players has been Call of Duty Black Ops 2. Recently the head of Xbox Phil Spencer has been talking about the possibility of Black Ops 2 coming to the program. Rumours have been flying around that Black Ops 2 would finally arrive to backwards compatibility this month. Unfortunately Phil Spencer has come out and dispelled these rumours, claiming that they are "not true". When asked if the game would come to the program Spencer had this to say, "I can't comment on later releases on ... Read More »

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