Microsoft’s E3 2018 conference started off with an intriguing look at the world and setting of Halo Infinite, the next game in 343 Industries’ long running shooter series.
After the May reveal of Battlefield V, fans had many questions and even some concerns about the latest in DICE and EA’s long running war series.
Hoping to answer and address a few of these concerns, Electronic Arts detailed some new features and gameplay during their annual EA Play conference.
Code: Vein, Bandai Namco’s take on the popular Dark Souls formula, will be releasing September 28th, 2018 according to Bandai Namco.
World War II was the bloodiest conflict in human history. Lasting from 1939 to 1945, the conflict saw over 30 nations and 100 million people involved in a globe spanning conflict the world had never seen before.
The popular culture depictions and reenactments of the Second World War typically focus on the larger battles like the Siege of Stalingrad, The Storming of Normandy, and the Battle of Midway.
Though these battles proved to be key to the Allies winning the war they often overshadow some other battles in parts of the world where people lived and died for just as noble a cause.
Dice and Electronic Arts hope to try to tell some of those stories in the newly unveiled war game, Battlefield V.
Frontier Developments finally has revealed some details on the upcoming park-building simulation, Jurassic World Evolution, and like Ian Malcolm once said: “Oooh ahhh… That’s how it always starts… but then there’s running… and uh screaming…”
Easily my favorite genre of game in the modern era are the Sous-like games. Starting with the fantastic and soon to be remastered Dark Souls and spun off with fantastic takes like Salt & Sanctuary and Ni-Oh. The base formula is simple, you are dropped into a world that does not hold your hand and tasked with fighting enemies that can often kill you with relative ease.
The back and forth of fighting for your life with the constant threat of losing progression makes the player always feel like there is something on the line. That game play loop has become one of my favorite experiences in video games.
During Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Microsoft pulled back the curtain on it’s powerful new Xbox One X. Formerly referred to by it’s code name Project Scorpio this console has become the most powerful console available.