Today, Ubisoft revealed the post-release plans for Tom Clancy’s the Division. This evolving online open world RPG will keep players engaged with on-going content that will build on the experience within the game long after release.
Following launch, players will be able to take on new tasks and challenges within the main storyline and end-game through daily and weekly missions as well as Dark Zone events. In addition to these ongoing activities, two free updates will be available to all players, adding new features and most-wanted functionalities: Continue reading Tom Clancy’s The Division Post Release Plans Are Revealed In Complete Detail
Prepare yourself as you take on the role of Cactus, an enthusiastic police android, who responds to a distress call from a stranded space freighter. Unfortunately being stranded isn’t the worst of it, the robots onboard have turned against the crew and are taking the freighter by force.
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Bounty Train features a unique take on the train simulation genre, with the player controlling a steam train in frontier America (1860 to 1870), following trade routes between towns, fending off attackers and managing the train. Players will hire and manage personnel (including drivers, armed guards and other crew), modify their trains with various engines and wagons, and keep those trains humming by purchasing fuel. Bounty Train is a complex, tactically challenging game. The player has to keep many balls in the air—dealing with real time skirmishes with bandits, trading goods for the best prices, resource management, train optimization and keeping the line (and train) in good repair.
Continue reading Bounty Train, The Rogue-like Train Sim That’ll You’ll Defend Until The End
Every now and then I lament the fact that I’ve missed out on another great title that passed through the gates of Kickstarter, fortunately I’m not the only one that got excited by the details surrounding Zombie Playground. Thanks to the support of the community Massive Black Inc was able to obliterate their goal of $100,000, they raised a total of $167,590 to bring this awesome looking game to life… If you contributed to the Closed Alpha tier on Kickstarter, then now is the time for you to start laying waste in the schoolyard. However if you’re like me and completely missed out on the campaign, you don’t need to worry it’s not only the backers that are getting early access to the game. Head over to Steam and pick up your copy today…
Wait a minute?!?! You still don’t know anything about Zombie Playground? Then it’s time you checked it out for yourself…
In Zombie Playground you take on the role of a kid during a zombie apocalypse as seen through his or her imagination. Your school is overrun by the undead, and it’s up to you and your friends to do whatever it takes to survive!
Zombie Playground is an online, team based, action arena game with RPG elements. Gameplay will be deep, challenging, and rewarding. The game combines childhood nostalgia with horrific monsters, visceral combat, and a unique atmosphere straight out of a child’s nightmares. We do want to make it very clear: this is not a game for kids!
Continue reading Zombie Playground, Is A Team Based Action RPG That Was Successfully Funded On Kickstarter Is Now On Early Access
Thank you for joining me on this episode of Terrifying Tuesday, today we’re going to trying to sneak up on a Bolter in Dying Light. That’s right, that means we’re playing at night… Haven’t played Dying Light yet? Here’s our review…
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Ever get tired of the same old shooters? Want a game that will challenge your gaming skills, while indulging in a geometrical explosion of color & light. They’ve garnered a lot of praise from their viewings at PAX, this is proving to be a game to keep an eye on.
Continue reading WE ARE DOOMED, Twin Stick Action Packed Polygon Destruction
Dead Rising: Watchtower is one of the better videogame to film adaptations that I’ve seen, they certainly made the right decision and chose not to adapt one of the games for film. They wrote a story that was, semi, original to the franchise and set it within the world that has been established by the Dead Rising games.
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Unfortunately we don’t know much about We Happy Few, Compulsion Games is playing this one close to the vest and keeping the story as much of a mystery as possible for as long as possible. However what we’ve seen so far, looks beautiful. The game features an art style that has a quality very reminiscent of Bioshock, which is what initially caught my eye. The more I dug into what little information I could find, the more I really want to get my hands on this game.
Continue reading We Happy Few, Are You One Of Us?