A Survey supposedly reveals Mass Effect 4 details

Well everyone, we have a grain of salt situation today. Remember when Dragon Age: Inquisition story, character, and gameplay details were leaked back in August 2012 after some people were asked to take a survey by EA and BioWare? It appears the same thing has happened with Mass Effect 4. Appears, because we probably won’t more »

The Witcher 3 is 10% off if you pre-order digitally

Do you know why people love CD Projekt Red so much? It’s because of things like the announcement I’m about to make. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is coming to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on May 18, 2015. It’s going to be huge, and the hype is palpable. It’s a blockbuster game, and more »

Toukiden Kiwami Review: More of the same

Price: ($59.99 on PS4) System(s): Vita (PS4) Release Date: March 31, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Koei Tecmo (Omega Force) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Alcohol Reference, Blood and Gore, Mild Suggestive Themes, Partial Nudity, and Violence I defy you to not be interested in the opportunity to literally beat a monster’s limbs off, put them on a stick, and more »

Journey’s PS4 adventure will be physical and digital

Thatgamecompany’s magnum opus is coming to PS4 this summer. The new-gen port of Journey was first announced in August 2014 alongside a port of The Unfinished Swan, but we now have both a date—which will likely be updated at E3, and a format. As DigitalSpy reports, Journey on the PS4 will be available digitally via PlayStation Network, but also more »

You can beat Deus Ex: Mankind Divided without fighting a single enemy

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be “ghostable”—that is, possible to beat without killing a single enemy. Executive Game Director Jean-François Dugas confirmed the option himself, adding that bosses can also be given the slip in one way or another. This improves upon the stealth pathways of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which could only be partially ghosted due to a more »

Invisible, Inc. is bringing tactical espionage to PS4

Another day, another intriguing indie project. From Klei Entertainment, the makers of Don’t Starve and Mark of the Ninja, comes Invisible, Inc., a tactical RPG that mixes stealth with procedural generation. But you probably already knew that; the game’s slated for a Steam release May 12, after all. But now it’s coming to PS4. Klei co-founder Jamie Cheng more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, April 14, 2015

This week is a slow week on the PlayStation Store, but it isn’t without notable releases. Mortal Kombat X dropped, and a few interesting-looking indie titles are available too. Also, DC Universe Online has been… re-listed? Developer re-branding is serious business, apparently! PS4 Mortal Kombat X ( ) Here it is, the one like, still-relevant western fighting game. It’s more »


It’s disappointing Destiny won’t get a House of Wolves Raid

Destiny‘s second expansion, House of Wolves, will release on all platforms May 19, 2015. House of Wolves will introduce a new line of story quests, the PvP arena Trials of Osiris, and the newly revealed “cooperative multiplayer arena,” Prison of Elders. The DLC also adds the ability to upgrade existing, pre-Dark Below Exotic and Legendary equipment to put them more »

Who knows if we should be excited about Star Ocean 5

If anyone asked me if I enjoy the Star Ocean series, I will proceed to talk to them for hours about how wonderful a game Star Ocean: The Second Story is. I love that game so much, I will chain you to a radiator in my basement in order to explain to you how the more »

White Night Review: Resident Evil meets Sin City

White Night Price: $14.99 System(s): PS4, PC, Xbox One Release Date: March 3, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Activision (OSome Studio) ESRB Rating: “Mature” for Blood, Language, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes and Violence White Night asks the question, what would happen if you took the color, the zombies and the gunplay out of the original Resident Evil? more »

Mortal Kombat X is broken on Steam and lets you buy ‘Easy Fatalities’

The PC version of Mortal Kombat X, available via Steam, is currently suffering widespread unplayability due to data issues brought on by a bizarre installation process. While most Steam games install in full, Mortal Kombat X begins with a 3GB pre-load. The game’s official Steam page confirms that this is part of Steam’s “Streaming Install,” which lets you play more »

Over 1 million couldn’t resist Bloodborne

Good news for Sony and From Software. Bloodborne is killing it. I’m not talking about reviews. This is about sales. Over one million people, worldwide, coughed up about $60 for this PS4 game. I know, that doesn’t seem like such a big deal when a game like Call of Duty: Black Ops II can sell more »