Ubisoft dropped a megaton today when it announced that the highly anticipated open world game, Watch Dogs will be delayed by nearly four months. The game was slated to launch next month along with the PS4 during the week of November 15th.
Frictional Games, the studio behind the popular horror PC title, Amnesia: The Dark Descent has a new game in the works called SOMA. Sony teased the game not that long ago when it tweeted a url to a teaser live action trailer. The developer has properly unveiled the game with a debut gameplay trailer.
During Sony’s press at E3 this year, Ready at Dawn was on hand to present its latest title – The Order: 1886 exclusively for the PS4. The debut trailer showed an alternate London where technology and fantasy mix for an interesting setting.
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition PS4 next gen exclusive, Kinect can record you during commercials
Earlier today Warner Bros. has announced that DC Comic based fighter, Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition will be heading to the PS4, PS Vita, Xbox 360 and PC. The game will be launching on the PS4’s launch date of November 29 in Europe.
Its no secret that Valve has been working on creating a Steam box that can play games meant for the living room TV. Earlier today, Valve announced that the company has been working with several manufactures on prototyping the hardware.
Just last week Gabe Newell, head of Valve teased that something big would be announced this week. Valve surprised many when it announced that the company will be releasing a Linux based custom OS built around Steam. The operating system will be free for users to download and will also be licensed out to hardware manufacturers.
During the Tokyo Game Show, Microsoft mouth piece Albert Penello elaborated a bit more on the snapping feature on the Xbox One. According to Penello just about any HDMI input can be hooked into the Xbox One.
Its been a busy week with some news coming out of Japanese publication Famitsu from an interview with Microsoft’s Phil Spencer. While many speculated that Microsoft may have given up on Japan, it appears that is not the case.