For Honor brings honor to Ubisoft! The past week I have been able to play more For Honor then you can shake a stick at. I was able to see its cracks and flaws, but I also saw it’s inner beauty and originality. If you’re debating if you want to pick it up or not, … Continue reading For Honor Review
Since its announcement, it’s been nebulous how much of a singleplayer campaign Ubisoft’s For Honor would have, with the majority of the game seeming to cater to the multiplayer crowd. However, creative director Jason VandenBerghe has since confirmed that the game will feature a full-fledged story.
With the end of the closed alpha of For Honor, Ubisoft has shared a few pieces of data about the test, which showcase a promising future for the new IP.
2017 has already proven to a big year for PlayStation fans with quality releases like Gravity Rush 2, Yakuza Zero, Nioh, NieR: Automata, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Persona 5 to name a few. The hits continue to come in June, with three titles releasing on PlayStation 4 that tie in very closely with the birth … Continue reading Sony Honors PlayStation Past with Three June PS4 Releases
Like Father, Like Daughter Fifteen years after the events of the original Corvo Attano (or his daughter, Emily Kaldwin) has to clear his name once again. The resulting journey is just as spectacular as the last one.
Dishonored 2‘s creative lead Harvey Smith has revealed some interesting details about the game’s story, specifically how player choice impacts the story, and how because of this players may end up missing out on much of the game’s content.
Dishonored will be returning with better graphics and all three DLC in the Dishonored: Definitive Edition.
The LGBT-advocacy group, GLAAD, has announced its nominees for its Media Awards. There’s no category for video games, but the group made a slight exception in the case of one game.
NPD has released the sales results for the top 10 selling games for March and a surprise debut has claimed the top spot. The full list can be seen below, with three trends standing out to me.
Guerrrilla Games’ PlayStation 4 exclusive, Horizon: Zero Dawn, the Nintendo Switch console, and the highly anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild; all became available for purchase last week.