Assassin’s Creed is a yearly franchise, so Unity came as no surprise when it was announced (leaked, rather), for PS4 and Xbox One. Ubisoft, however, decided to throw a curveball to fans, saying that a completely separate installment would hit PS3 and Xbox 360 the same year. It’s a bit of an odd way to […]
On this episode of Screen Bytes, Jared and Matt welcome Josh Robinson, our first special guest not affiliated with Geek Binge dot com, to start pondering about the greatest games of generation 7. We cover a lot of games over the span of an hour, and revisit our favorites from the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, […]
E3 is still a few weeks away but, apparently, that ain't stopping from Ubisoft revealing a bunch of new things today. Granted, they weren't just doing it because they felt like it -- in actuality, it was there financial call within the company, so it makes sense they would do a news dump of this magnitude. Whatever the case, Far Cry 4 got confirmed, The Division got delayed into next year, Watch Dogs has some mighty big numbers to fill, and Assassin's Creed will continue to release on last generation consoles for time indefinite. Details on all of that, right after the break.
Hey everyone, enjoying that there Titanfall game there? Yeah, I know, it's pretty addicting, and Respawn has done a beyond solid job with making a first person multiplayer shooter that is figuratively hard to put down (or, often enough, literally hard to put down.) But I bet by now you've already prestiged like the full ten times, and done everything there is to be done in Titanfall's base game. But don't put down that controller and move on with the rest of your life yet, fellow gamer! Respawn is here to keep your addiction firmly in check, and is doing so by releasing the first big DLC for the game -- Titanfall: Expedition.
The Wolf Among Us Episode 3 Arrives Tuesday April 8 Which, if Anything, Proves That Telltale is Finally Sticking to a Schedule
As a company, I freaking love Telltale Games and, hell, even enjoy the episodic format that they chose to release their games in. However, one of the things that bugs me about them and the format is how, more often than not, we have no idea when to expect the next episode of a given game. We might get one episode of something one week, and not see the next one for upwards of three months (something that happened with both The Walking Dead: The Video Game and The Wolf Among Us.) Or we might get an episode, finish it, and then have the next one come out in about a month's time (something that happened with The Walking Dead: The Video Game only.) At first it was frustrating to not know when to expect the continuations of the incredible stories of their wonderful games, but now it seems like Telltale has finally created a routine for its episodic releases, at least if the new one for The Wolf Among Us' next episode is any indication.