TowerFall Ascension is hitting the PS4 and PC marketplace on March 11th. Ascension is an updated version of the original four player combat archery game that launched on the Ouya at release.
Warner Bros has announced today that the 2013 handheld game, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate, will be making its way to consoles along with the PC later this year.
We are finally getting back to release season! Here are all of the games coming out this week!
Episode 19 of the Middle of Nowhere Gaming Podcast. This week the team discussed Pachter, Amazon acquiring Double Helix Games, the new Sonic game, delays for Deep Down, Watch Dogs, and the Xbox One Update, and much more! Continue reading MONG Podcast Episode 19 – Valentine’s Day and Games
South Park: The Stick of Truth has finally gone gold and will ship to retailers across North America on March 4th, 2014. Continue reading South Park: The Stick of Truth Goes Gold
Well, if your were worried about the popular Arma 2 mod “DayZ” flopping once it became a standalone game, you can put those fears aside. DayZ sold a staggering 88,000 copies on Steam in it’s first 12 hours on the market.
Even “Maruk” from Bohemia Interactive tweeted about the success saying “88.000 Survivors have joined DayZ Alpha in it’s first 12 hours. Thank you.” And even high profile people in the industry have been vocal about the success, with Gears of War creator tweeting about his experience with the game. And the creator of it all, Dean Hall tweeted “Almost 200 new players in the database per second…what the hell?”
Currently, the game is only available on Steam, therefore it’s only available on PC. However, Dean Hall has stated in the past that the game could come to consoles eventually, if the PC version is successful. Now that we know it is, we’re pretty sure it’s only a matter of time.
I’ve never played DayZ to be perfectly honest with you. But I can’t help but be excited over those numbers. For a PC exclusive, it’s doing great! I just hope it comes to next gen soon, so I can actually play it…
Well after over a year of waiting, we finally have a release date for the highly anticipated MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online. Continue reading The Elder Scrolls Online Gets Release Date
One of the largest and latest complaints levied about video games is how seriously the genre takes itself. Nearly every review begs the medium be considered an art form, simply because it stirs emotions and is reasonably functional. As games command you to take them seriously, it seems the “fun” aspects seem to be slipping away.