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Conan Exiles Patch with 500 Fixes for PC Delayed to August; PS4/Xbox One Patch Likely Tomorrow

Added: 04.07.2018 6:38 | 1232 views | 0 comments

Conan Exiles players on PC will have to wait until August to get a ton of planned fixes; The console versions will be brought up to par tomorrow.

Tags: Xbox One, PS4, PC

Don't get your hopes up for mods in Skyrim Switch

Added: 04.07.2018 6:38 | 1311 views | 0 comments

From Eurogamer: "It sounds unlikely The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim on Nintendo Switch will ever have a Creation Club for accessing mods as it does on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One."

Shenmue I & II launches August 21

Added: 04.07.2018 0:38 | 734 views | 0 comments

Shenmue I & II will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 21, publisher Sega announced.


Yet Another Zombie Defense HD Review (Xbox One) - XboxAddict

Added: 04.07.2018 0:34 | 1212 views | 0 comments

XBA says: New exciting addition to the genre, or simply yet another zombie defense game?

Tags: Xbox One

The Mooseman Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One

Added: 03.07.2018 22:32 | 1032 views | 0 comments

NOTE: You may pre-download this game, but it will not be playable until the release date/time: 07/17/2018 - 9:00 PM (check the product page for release date/time in your region). Product Info: Developer: Vladimir Beletsky, Mikhail Shvachko Publisher: Sometimes You Website: The Mooseman Twitter: @Pinkerator


Gnomes Garden 3: The Thief Of Castles Is Now Available For Xbox One

Added: 03.07.2018 22:25 | 1248 views | 0 comments

Product Info: Developer: SPL Publisher: 8FLOOR LTD Website: Gnomes Garden 3: The Thief Of Castles Twitter: N/A


What The Box? Is Now Available For Xbox One

Added: 03.07.2018 22:16 | 1068 views | 0 comments

Product Info: Developer: Bitten Toast Games Publisher: Bitten Toast Games Website: What The Box? Twitter: @danielsound


The Crew 2 takes Forza Horizon's concept and ramps up the scale

Added: 03.07.2018 19:42 | 1254 views | 0 comments

Given absolute freedom to race anywhere you choose, The Crew 2 is one of the most exciting racing concepts on PS4 and Xbox One consoles. For those who missed the original, it hands you a miniaturised version of the USA, from New York to San Francisco, remixed and remodeled for you to freely explore. Four years on, the canvas is now even bigger for this sequel - and to help with that heightened scale, developer Ivory Tower adds boats and planes to an existing warehouse of supercars, giving you more ways to get from state to state. The sense of scale is often staggering - a supersized version of Forza Horizon, if you will - and the idea is realised surprisingly well on all consoles.
Of course, you can bypass all of the game's open-world roaming, and just jump straight to set racing events on a 2D map. It's far more practical, but ultimately it's hard not to experiment with The Crew 2's engine in a more free-form manner, just to see how far it goes. Certainly in my experience escalates to a point I didn't expect going in.
First, there's the breadth of the terrain. Taken at a macro level, the breadth of landmass is a marvel - it's just as much experimenting with this side of the game as the actual racing. The engine gives you all the tools you need to migrate quickly: take a vehicle anywhere in the world, freeze the action, and then zoom out and out until you see a full top-down view. It's like an in-game Google Earth - even letting you walk around to admire your collection of boats, planes and cars. The orbital camera mechanic has similarities to Driver San Francisco - itself an unusual last-gen racer, which let you detach from your vehicle. It's curious to note this was developed by Ubisoft Reflections, who also had a hand on the original The Crew, and you have to wonder if some ideas were carried over between the two projects.

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