Brace yourselves, because E3 is almost here. What games might we see? Well, we’ve got some ideas… Aside from the rhetoric of media briefings and the hilarity of furious or joyous fanboy meltdowns on social media, E3 is ultimately all about the games. Forget everything else. While the first-party publishing houses of Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony will all have some tricks up their sleeves, much of the hype at E3 will be driven by what games third-party publishers bring to the table. But what might we expect at the show? On this page, we list off all of the major third party publishers showing up in Los Angeles next month and run down what we might expect from them – from updates on announced games to rumored reveals and distant hopes. Let’s get to it. EA: Battlefield 5 and Bioware’s big shot at redemption – plus the other stuff After the struggle and ultimate disappointment of Mass Effect Andromeda, Bioware is on a mission. Arguably, with EA’s … [Read more...] about E3 2018: what games to expect from Bethesda, Ubisoft, EA, Capcom, Square Enix and everyone else
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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced Injustice 2: Legendary Edition, a new version of its superhero fighting game featuring the main game and all the downloadable content released since its original launch in May 2017.Injustice 2: Legendary Edition will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC from March 27 and, along with the core roster, will have DLC characters Darkseid, Red Hood, Starfire, Sub-Zero, Black Manta, Raiden, Hellboy, Atom, Enchantress, and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles playable from the outset.Premiere Skins that change Super Girl, Green Lantern, Flash, Cyborg, and Raiden into Power Girl, John Stewart Green Lantern, Reverse-Flash, Grid, and Black Lightning respectively, will also be part of the package.With the launch of the Legendary Edition there will also be a number of enhancements to Injustice 2, including the introduction of an expanded tutorial called the "Learn Hub," new gear for all characters, a raised level cap of 30, and a new … [Read more...] about Injustice 2 Legendary Edition Coming To PS4, Xbox One, PC With New Enhancements
Apparently all of the Metal Gear Survive microtransactions don’t just end with in-game currencies and things like that. They even extend to Metal Gear Survive save slots, at least according to IGN, which says that the game charges you 1,000 Survival coins, or $10, to make a new character in the game. While your first character doesn’t have to be paid for, starting the game over again while keeping all of your progress will require a thousand Survival Points. Survival Points can’t even be earned throughout the game, unlike the Kuban Energy currency that you earn just by playing the game. While something like paying for Metal Gear Survive save slots isn’t that big of an issue for people who will likely only play the game once and then never again, it seems that Konami didn’t pay attention to what happened with Electronic Arts when they attempted to lock bits of gameplay behind stupidly expensive (for microtransactions) paywalls. Adding that to the … [Read more...] about Metal Gear Survive Save Slots Cost 10 Dollars Per New Slot
In an unusual move, Metal Gear Survive charges its players for extra save slots. First noticed on reddit and verified by us, if you want to create a new save slot beyond the first, you'll need to fork out "1000 SV Coins". SV Coins are an in-game currency which can only be purchased with real money. Basically, once the 'New Game' option is clicked, and assuming one save game already exists, you'll be met with this message: At the time of writing the cost of 1150 SV Coins is US$9.99. Meanwhile, 30 SV Coins are currently gifted with every daily login. Here's the full breakdown of ways to acquire these coins: 100 SV coins - $0.99 550 SV coins - $4.99 1150 SV coins - $9.99 3500 SV coins - $29.99 6000 SV coins - $49.99 You'll note that "playing the game" isn't among these options, because it isn't an option. Aside from the log-in bonuses, SV Coins can only be acquired with real world money. Which means, if you happened to want two characters on the go in MGS, then you have to pay up. We've … [Read more...] about Metal Gear Survive charges money for extra save slots