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A month before its release, Capcom have released a new trailer for the upcoming crossover fighter Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, and god knows it could use the positive press at the moment. The new trailer gives us more details on the Story Mode, which sees characters from Marvel and Capcom unite to take on the fusion of Ultron and Sigma, or Ultron-Sigma. Original name, huh? Ultron-Sigma is also flanked by Jedah from Darkstalkers, Marvel's Dormammu and a frigging Venom dinosaur. That's basically the most hype thing this game has going for it at the moment. Capcom have also confirmed the ... Read More »
Last year, Publisher 1C confirmed the release of their upcoming game, Unknown Fate. The intriguing first-person adventure game consists of conspicuous creatures and eye-capturing environments. Ever since 1C announced this, information about the game has been running on empty, with no-one really knowing what's going on. However, earlier this week, a new trailer was officially released, packed with new information about the game. The official Gamescom trailer unleashes new characters, new locations and of course, new gameplay mechanics. With the mechanics enabling the character to progress throughout the strange world of Unknown Fate, it shouldn't be overlooked, as it may ... Read More »
It's fair to say that Dragonball FighterZ is one of the most anticipated fighting games in recent memory. The more we hear about it, the more excited we get, and Shonen Jump's weekly magazine Weekly Jump in Japan have unveiled some exciting new information. According to Attack of the Fanboy, the magazine article has revealed a bunch of new details about the upcoming game. Firstly, 4 new characters will be joining the roster. Androids 16 & 18 will be available alongside the Super Saiyan Blue versions of Goku and Vegeta. Still waiting on that Hercule announcement. The article also talks ... Read More »
It's that time of the week once again, ladies and gentlemen, where Major Nelson tweets out the latest addition to the backwards compatibility library. This week, we've struck gold: Battlefield: Bad Company is coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today — 💬 Larry Hryb (@majornelson) August 17, 2017 Battlefield: Bad Company was EA and DICE leaning more towards comedy and entertainment, instead of the usual serious military operations that Battlefield is more known for. It was a brilliant game, with a quality campaign and the fantastic multiplayer experience we've loved over the years. I certainly can't wait to go ... Read More »
The Xbox Games With Gold program brings two more free games to play to all Xbox Live Gold members. As announced last month, the new games that are hitting the stores are Ubisofts racer, Trials Fusion for Xbox One, and the Volition developed third-person shooter, Red Faction: Armageddon. The backwards compatibility program allows Red Faction to be played on the Xbox One console. Those who missed out on last month's Games With Gold can still get Slime Rancher from the store. If the Gold subscription is no longer active, then only Xbox 360 games that have been claimed will be playable, as opposed to the ... Read More »
Bad news for anyone hoping to throw cars at gangbangers and collect agility orbs this Christmas, as Microsoft have announced that Crackdown 3 will be delayed until Spring 2018. Crackdown 3, which is being developed by Reagent Games, Sumo Digital and Cloudgine, was originally intended to be released in the second half of 2016, so what's another delay between friends, eh? After E3 though, most agreed that the game could still use a bit more work, especially in the graphical department. It looked rough. When speaking to Polygon, Microsoft Publishing Studios General Manager Shannon Loftis said the following: "We want ... Read More »
At last years E3 one of the standout announcements was Compulsion Games' We Happy Few which soon after the event entered the Xbox Preview Program (you can check out our preview here). The game is a Philip K. Dick style take on a dystopian world that takes heavily from the authors novel Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep. Now Gearbox Publishing has announced that it has been working with developer Compulsion Games to bring us the full release of the game, both in physical and digital form. This full release is set to be released on April 13th next year. ... Read More »
Black Mirror is getting a series reboot with THQ Nordic at the helm.  With an upcoming release in November coming quickly, fans of the series can expect the same plot to continue through the reboot. Black Mirror is set in Scotland in the year 1926. Following the death of his father, David Gordon visits his ancestral home for the first time in his life. A life that is soon threatened by the dark secrets that claimed the sanity of many Gordons before him. The only other details known is that the gameplay will be different compared to the initial series. ... Read More »
Major Nelson has today revealed the latest Xbox 360 titles to become backwards compatible as Tuesday becomes the new Thursday for announcements. First and foremost, though a mixed duo, both titles are fully fledged disc releases. First up is the spin off Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. A complete new take on the franchise which debuted in 2013, sees you take the role of Raiden in this full on action hack and slash adventure. The game garnered positive reviews upon its release so fans of the series may be pleased to see this now playable on Xbox One. And secondly is ... Read More »

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