It happened to every last PC version of Assassin’s Creed, and, unfortunately, it seems like Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will make no difference. Ubisoft has announced that AC IV: Black Flag for the PC will launch two weeks later, compared to the current generation versions.
Publisher: Capcom Developer: Iron Galaxy
Genre: Beat ‘em Up Platform Played: PlayStation 3
[Reviewers Note: The multiplayer portion of this gave is currently being reviewed and will be updated into the review in the next few days, as will the pros and cons.]
Dungeons and Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara is two games within one, two classic arcade titles in D & D: Tower of Doom and D & D: Shadow over Mystara which have been re-released with HD graphics. Both games are available from the beginning and it is easy to switch between the two in the home screen, both games can be played single-payer or with 3 other players in local and online multiplayer. This game is available via Steam, PSN and XBLA.
While not a sequel or prequel, the upcoming title Thief is Eidos Montreal’s “re-imagining” of the Thief franchise while remaining true to the original games.
There are reportedly over 50 locations (jungles, smugglers’ dens, underwater caves, pirate camps, and many more) to explore in the upcoming Assassin’s Creed IV, with 3 of them being major cities. The developers want you to get lost while playing.
The upcoming Need For Speed Rivals runs on the Frostbite 3 engine, allowing the game to incorporate more environmental factors such as rain, winds, times of day, and the different effects these have on the visuals of the title. While the game itself is “loosely based on California,” the players will find that there are a wide range of environments you race through.
EA has released the official announcement trailer for Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming, next-gen gaming. Titanfall will be released on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in Spring 2014, and at a later date on PC.
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Zombie Studios has released an E3 trailer for their upcoming horror title Daylight, showcasing some of the eerie locations players will discover.
Daylight is a first-person horror title that doesn’t offer any weapons except for the player’s phone, which is also used as their main light source. Zombie Studios has stated items inside rooms will be randomly generated during each playthrough, making every experience brand new. It was also confirmed Daylight would be coming to PlayStation 4 consoles alongside its previously announced PC release.
Daylight will release early in 2014.
Activision has released the very first in depth details for Call of Duty Ghosts just a few days before its gameplay debut at this years E3.
Konami has announced an Ultimate Edition of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow will be arriving on PC, both at retail and digitally in three months time
The Steam download of the gothic action-adventure will be made available across Europe on August 27, with a boxed version following on August 30. Both will feature the full game as well as two additional chapters entitled Reverie and Resurrection respectfully.