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Xbox Live Update for the week of May 20, 2015

It’s time again to take a look at the titles we’ll be playing this week in the Xbox Live Marketplace. First up is the Xbox One’s Spy Chameleon, an arcade-puzzler that will test the player’s ability to blend into their surroundings. Tackle five missions and 75 levels of super secret stuff that only a chameleon could pull more »

Nintendo eShop Update for May 21, 2015

Nintendo eShop Update for May 21, 2015 This week on the is definitely a . Most likely because Nintendo doesn’t want anything on the eShop competing with Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Edition. Which makes sense why there’s only one 3DS game and eight Wii U games. As for eShop sales, a few companies are more »

A Bloodborne expansion is in development

As expansive and exacting as Bloodborne is, people can’t seem to get enough of the PS4 game. What can you say, some people get off on facing the most daunting of challenges and attacking them until they come out on top. For them, there’s good news, as a Bloodborne expansion is on its way. The more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, May 20, 2015

Big release time! This week sees the release of one of the premiere AAA games of 2015, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. If you’re into digital releases, you can hop right over to the PlayStation Store and pick up, as usual, the standard or super-special (but not really) DLC edition. Competing with a game this big more »

BlazBlue: Battle Cards makes fighting a matter of cards

I’ve got some fabulous news for all the BlazBlue fans out there in the world. The franchise is now on iPads thanks to the new game, BlazBlue: Battle Cards! It released on May 14th, 2015, and is currently only available for the iPad 2 or better. Maybe somewhere down the line we’ll see the game move more »

Xbox Live Update for the week of May 13, 2015

It’s time for some puzzle platforming on the Xbox One with Schrodinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark. There are serious problems at the Particle Zoo. Leptons, glutons and bosons are taking the place over. It’s up to Schrodinger’s Cat to save the day and set things right. Use four different color-coded Quarks to fix more »

Nintendo eShop Update for May 14, 2015

I really hope you have a Wii U. If you don’t, well, this isn’t going to be a very productive update for you. There are nine new games available, but only three are for the . The other six are all for the . Though, you could argue it’s “five,” since Mega Man Battle Network more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, May 13, 2015

None of this week’s content is anything Earth-shattering, but there sure is a lot of it. This is a nice and diverse collection as well, ranging from RPG to racing to stealth and to action. Lots of stuff to take a look at, even if you might already have some of it already in a different more »

May Xbox One update brings dedicated servers for party chat

It’s time again for the Xbox One to roll out some new features. May’s update goes live today and fulfills some long-running fan requests. Preview audience members got a sneak peek at party chats with dedicated servers, not this feature is rolling out for everyone. This should seriously increase the up time on party chat. more »

Xbox Live Update for the week of May 6, 2015

I think Xbox Live is contractually obligated to offer up at least one zombie-themed game per week. This time, it’s a Kinect offering. Slice Zombies on Xbox One asks players to hold off the zombie apocalypse with their bare hands. Cut, grab and shoot them before your brains end up on the menu. Slice Zombies is $9.99. Ultratron is a robot-themed more »

Guilty Gear Xrd updates consoles to arcade version

Guilty Gear Xrd released towards the end of 2014 to positive reviews, gaining notice in particular for its innovative use of the Unreal Engine to create distinct graphics. Guilty Gear Xrd has received several patches since its release to balance its netcode and remove bugs, but up until now no character balance patches have been more »

Goat Simulator gets mandatory GoatZ zombie update tomorrow

I’ve gone on record saying that Goat Simulator was a dumb idea, and then went on record saying I was wrong, Coffee Stain Studios made a fantastic game. It’s also the only simulator game that actually manages to be a satire of simulator games, instead of just a really bad example of the exact thing more »