EA has provided the Need for Speed Rivals gameplay demo, that was shown during EA’s E3 press conference.
The gameplay demo showcases the players ability to drive as the Racer, or the Cops during this extended gameplay demo.
Need for Speed Rivals will release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on November 21 in Australia, while US audiences will receive the game on November 19. Rivals will also be releasing on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but the next generation iteration has no release date at this time.
Once again, the Christmas of gaming has fallen upon us in early June. I’m talking about E3 of course. It’s practically a holiday of information for gamers everywhere. Video game developers of all shapes in sizes from locales all over the world gather in Los Angeles to show gamers their goods. One of the enormous sized companies, Electronic Arts (EA), was one of the five big gaming corporations to hold their own press conference. Because EA had a wide range of announcements, we needed two Analog Addiction editors to cover the topics. Today, I, Robbie Key, and Hugh Simmonds are here to discuss everything the ginormous publishing company covered.
Ubisoft CEO has confirmed there are three different Assassin’s Creed titles currently in development. Read the rest of this entry
Remedy Entertainment has released a new trailer for their upcoming Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break.
The new trailer provides more details on games narrative, also giving a better description of Remedy’s goal of blurring the lines between television and gaming, to provide a unique entertainment experience.
Quantum Break will rely on the choices you make during the game, to provide the player with their own director’s cut version of the games television series. Remedy has explained this TV series will be included with the game, meaning all players can enjoy this unique entertainment adventure.
Quantum Break will release in 2014, exclusively on Xbox One.
That’s right everyone who’s been waiting to hear the next iteration of the Super Smash Bros game title will be glad to know Sakurai has officially announced its name: Super Smash Bros Wii U and Super Smash Bros 3DS!
Square Enix has announced that the previously-named Final Fantasy Versus XIII game has now evolved into Final Fantasy XV, bringing with it a slew of changes and upgrades only possible on the next generation hardware.
E3 is the biggest event on the game industries’ calendar, all the biggest reveals, information, and trailers being showcased for all to see. Though the big three console developers all have a huge presence at the event, two companies also host their own press conferences, one of those being Ubisoft. Today, Vlad Pintea and Jamie Briggs will discuss the Ubisoft E3 press conference, giving their thoughts, likes, dislikes, and overall opinions on the conference.
Update 2: Telltale Game Designer, Harrison Pink has confirmed to IGN The Walking Dead: 400 Days DLC will launch in July. No official date has been announced, but we have reached out to Telltale to get official confirmation.
Update 1: Telltale Games has released more details about 400 Days.
The Walking Dead: 400 Days is set during the first 400 days of the zombie outbreak. Featuring five connected short stories, 400 days is centred around a Georgia truck stop where players will be thrust into horrifying situations that will test their morals.
The stories are playable in any order and players will control the flow of it through their decisions and actions.
“”After the incredible response to the first season of The Walking Dead, we wanted to surprise fans with something that offers a new angle on the world they love that’s connected to Season One and the upcoming Season Two through the choices that they make,” said Dan Connors, Co-Founder and CEO of Telltale Games. “400 Days is a great piece of connective tissue for fans to sink their teeth into and we’re thrilled that it’s to be included on PlayStation Vita as part of Season One.”
The Los Angeles police were called to come and shut down the Ouya public showcase by the Entertainment Software Association which, according to Ouya, has been after the small console manufacturer for some time now.
Sony’s Jack Tretton has confirmed any digital rights management for PlayStation 4 used games, will be up to the game publishers discretion. Read the rest of this entry