Splatoon looks good with Style Savvy

Nintendo’s really big on putting free DLC into its games that is reminiscent of other titles. Splatoon is the big game of the moment, so it’s getting cameos in games. Super Smash Bros. is the obvious one, with Mii Fighter costumes that transform the characters into Inklings. Girls Mode 3: Kirakira Mode, the third Style more »

Splatoon should offer 3v3 and 2v2 multiplayer

I don’t have to tell you that I adored Nintendo’s Splatoon. To be honest, I already have. It’s a great game, Wii U owners are going to appreciate it and people who don’t have Wii Us will be jealous that they aren’t getting to play it. Splatoon is fun. But, there’s one thing it could more »

Not A Hero Review: Definitely not

Not a Hero Price: $12.99 System(s): PC (Soon on PS4 and Vita) Release Date: May 14, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Devolver Digital (Roll7) The third dimension is stripped from many indie titles for a reason: 2D games are much easier to design. That’s not to say that independent developers are lazy or untalented. Far from it: a flat landscape more »

Splatoon Review: Stuck on squids

Splatoon Price: $59.99 System(s): Wii U Release Date: May 29, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Nintendo (Nintendo) ESRB Rating: “Everyone 10+” for Cartoon Violence I didn’t care about Splatoon at E3 2014. I saw colleagues line up to play the game and rave about their time flinging ink. Despite it being a rare release for a console more »

Fashion comes first in Splatoon

Splatoon is a very hip sort of game. The Inklings’ equipment is both pretty and practical. Which only makes sense. Otherwise, it would prove quite difficult to discern one character from the other, aside from weapons. Fashion should matter. Fortunately, Nintendo handled it in such a way that someone isn’t locked into a specific outfit more »

Splatoon comes with a squirt gun at Target

Splatoon is coming out on May 29, 2015. It seems like the sort of game with a lot of potential, but more importantly it’s a title for a system that hasn’t exactly seen an influx of games lately. People are going to want it. Especially after the successful Splatoon Global Testfire demo sessions. If you’re more »

Bethesda shows brief teaser for new DOOM

Much of the Bethesda-related talk has been about Fallout 4 and Wolfenstein: The New Blood, so it would be easy to forget about the return of Doom. That is, until you saw this latest teaser. Bethesda is quite excited and is hosting its first ever E3 Conference June 14. We’ll no doubt see more of Doom, Fallout 4 and perhaps some other surprises. more »

Enjoy the Splatoon demo again on May 23, 2015

Did you miss your chances to try the Splatoon demo? I wouldn’t be surprised if you did. The Global Testfire event was incredibly brief. People who couldn’t get on at 8pm PT on May 8, 2015 4am or 12pm PT on May 9, 2015 or to a participating GameStop on May 16, 2015 missed out. more »

Play Splatoon at GameStop on May 16, 2015

People who missed Nintendo’s Splatoon Global Testfire demo are going to get a second chance to play the game. Maybe that was a bad weekend for you. Perhaps you don’t even own a Wii U. It doesn’t matter. On May 16, 2015, GameStop is here to help you out. Select GameStop stores will play host more »

Spend October 2015 with Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege, the hostage-centered installment in the venerable Tom Clancy franchise, will launch on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One October 13, 2015. Ubisoft confirmed the release date in the game’s latest, gameplay-free trailer (thanks, Eurogamer), which does at least show some of the gadgets used for invading homes. Namely explosives, big ol’ hammers more »

The Division is coming in the first 3 months of 2016

In its most recent financial report, Ubisoft confirmed that its forthcoming open-world MMO, Tom Clancy’s The Division, will not launch until the end of the current fiscal year. In other words, the game will release between January and March of 2016, just missing the holiday season. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is still slated for an October 23, 2015 more »

Battlefield 4 content will be free from here on out

Developer DICE will release all future Battlefield 4 content to all players free of charge. As BF4Central reports, this includes the game’s forthcoming night and community maps, the spring Gunmaster patch’s new modes and weapons, and any unannounced content. This will all be free to both premium and non-premium players. Battlefield 4‘s premium membership includes five more »