Archive for May 2016
CyberKnight, Mossfly, and Devastator review the week in gaming. Halo 5’s Forge Mode is coming to Windows 10 PCs. Oculus locks games to their hardware, making Vive owners bypass their DRM completely. Elite Dangerous Horizons update is coming soon. Bungie decides not to punish Destiny players for their bugs. Microsoft puts lots of games on sale. Rocket League cross-play between Xbox and PC is a reality. Overwatch dropped rank mode from the release, but it’s coming back. Microsoft may release a new Xbox next year. Plus hypes, gripes, and more!
CyberKnight, Mossfly, and Devastator discuss the week in news. Arc Games will bring Star Trek Online to consoles this fall. Overwatch sets some new beta records. Nintendo says the NX will be something completely new. Project Spark will shut down in August. Microsoft releases more abandoned gamertags. Backwards Compatibility gains support for multi-disc games. Xbox Live gets more expensive in some countries. Ark gets a huge Xbox update. Batman games get remastered. EA Access will be free around E3. Plus back compat updates, hype, gripe, and more!
CyberKnight and Mossfly review the week in gaming. The schedule of E3 opening press conferences is set. The reception to the Call of Duty trailer has been less than favorable, especially compared to that of Battlefield 1. Games on the Universal Windows Platform now have better graphics options for high-performing PCs. Disney shutters Infinity development and studio Avalanche Software. Lionhead had potential buyers, but Microsoft didn’t want to sell Fable. Titanfall 2 will release near Battlefield 1 this fall. EA announces some of their 2017 line-up. Halo Forge gets some more improvements. Plus hypes, gripes, and much more!
CyberKnight, Mossfly, and Devastator record our Star Wars Day podcast. Lionhead Studios has officially closed. DC Universe gets an Xbox release. Massive threatens to punish players who exploit bugs in their code. Forza Motorsport 6 Apex is coming soon with some hefty PC requirements. Activision announces the next iteration of Call of Duty (which looks a lot like Halo), plus a remastered version of Modern Warfare that is only available in Infinite Warfare bundles (for now). Mighty No. 9 has been delayed again to June. Microsoft announces its E3 plans. Respawn is developing a Star Wars game. Rainbow Six Siege’s new DLC has been announced with two new characters. Plus hypes, gripes, and more.