Watch_Dogs has “Endless” Content; Whole City Unlocked Since the Beginning

Lately there has been a lot of talk about the length of games, and looks like in Watch_Dogs you won’t run out of stuff to do even after completing the game, as mentioned by Creative Director Jonathan Morin on Twitter when asked if NPC events will always happen in free roam mode. [click to continue…]

These are the playable games at Sony’s GDC 2014 booth

Sony’s GDC page contains the full lineup of titles playable at the company’s booth this year. [click to continue…]


Carbine Studios is certainly blasting out the betas. It’s barely a month since I reported on WildStar’s previous update, and last week saw the arrival of even more delicious content. From the look of things, the Winter Beta 3 patch could be the most interesting yet. [click to continue…]


inFAMOUS: Second Son was featured heavily at Taipei Game Show in Taiwan, with a demo playable on the show floor and one of the most successful stage events of the whole event, and more information is filtering through thanks to the Taiwanese and Japanese press in attendance (3C & TechUDN and Game Watch). [click to continue…]

TMNT Out of the Shadows Game Review

Fans of the fearsome foursome individually known as Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael, not to be confused with their Renaissance namesakes, should be pleased by the resurgence of interest in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise of late. Not only is there a new movie on the horizon (‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’, a series reboot expected to hit theaters in August of 2014), but game developer Red Fly Studio, in league with publisher Activision, recently released a brand new game featuring the heroes in a half shell that generations of kids (and adults) have grown to love over the last three decades. Like the movie, however, the game has suffered no shortage of issues. Whereas the film has been held up, pushed back, renamed (at least twice), and lambasted, the video game at least made it through production with seemingly little trouble. But the downloadable game for Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network has had its fair share of issues since release. [click to continue…]