ScreamRide Review

ScreamRide Xbox One Review

Back in 1993, Disney Software released a simply named DOS game called Coaster. At the time, the ability to design and virtually ride you own roller-coaster creation was incredible, as was seeing the visual effect your creation had on static avatars. It’s crazy to think how far we’ve come from those DOS-based creations to a time when you can read an online ScreamRide review for the game’s spiritual successor. For posterity’s sake, I’ve included a video of Coaster below. And practically speaking, it’s not much different … [Read more...]

What Games are in Sony’s Spring Fever PlayStation Store Event?

PS4 DualShock 4 controller

Sony's Spring Fever PlayStation Store Event kicks off March 3. Over two months, the PS4 and PS3 maker will offer some discounts on games. Since the Spring Fever PlayStation Store Event covers the PS4, PS3 and even the PlayStation Vita, it could be hard to track what's coming down the pipe. But we've got you covered. For those of you wondering what games are in Sony's Spring Fever PlayStation Store Event, here's the full list. This list includes the game titles themselves, the date they'll go on sale, and even the … [Read more...]

Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis DLC to Release March 10

Far Cry 4

In this year of arctic winter blasts, it's only appropriate that Ubisoft's next batch of Far Cry 4 DLC take place high in the Himalaya mountains. That content, called Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis, will release March 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the previous-gen systems. In Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis, players will step back into the shoes of Ajay at the moment his helicopter crash up in the Himalayas. Stranded and without shelter, gamers must guide Ajay through the mountains to capture a camp and guard it … [Read more...]

FCC Net Neutrality Comments from Video Game Industry Stand Alone

PS4 vs. Xbox One

The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today reversed its Net Neutrality position from last year, redefining its definition of the Internet so the web can be regulated as a utility. In FCC Net Neutrality comments from the video game industry, this would seem to be a victory to U.S.-based gamers. But the industry's FCC Net Neutrality comments seem to be in the minority. The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), which represents the video game industry and is best known as the organizers of the … [Read more...]

Zen Pinball Iron & Steel Pack Hits Consoles, Mobile Platforms

Xbox One controller

There's a new two-pack of pinball action hitting the PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo systems this week. Heck, Zen Studios is even unleashing the Zen Pinball Iron & Steel Pack on mobile devices, PC and Steam. In other words, there's no excuse not to pickup the new Zen Pinball Iron & Steel Pack, because it's a safe bet you have a device on which to play it. Zen Pinball has a long history of getting new tables, but the Zen Pinball Iron & Steel Pack is notable because it's technically the company's first original table in … [Read more...]

Dragon Ball Xenoverse Releases for PlayStation, Xbox Consoles


Bandai Namco today began shipping Dragon Ball Xenoverse for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360, leaving owners of a Nintendo system out in the cold with the biggest DBZ game ever created. Dragon Ball Xenoverse is the first DBZ game to appear on the next-gen consoles. Dragon Ball Xenoverse takes the DBZ franchise in a totally different direction, as as time-traveling villains Towa and Mira have created temporal distortions in the past as part of their evil plot to spread chaos and alter Dragon Ball history. … [Read more...]

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Flies onto Nintendo Wii U

Wii U GamePad

Nintendo has always done different things with its Kirby games. For instance, in one game Kirby has ridden on hamsters, and in another the lead character has been made of yarn (a la Sony's Sackboy, in a way). But for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, which is now in stores for $39.99, the entire Kirby-based world has undergone a transition, as the game world is made entirely of clay. Not only that, but the control mechanics themselves have undergone a chance, as players control Kirby exclusively by using the touch screen … [Read more...]

Mutant Football League PS4 and Xbox One Versions Playable at GDC

PS4 vs. Xbox One feature

Back in the 16-bit day we lost many an hour to Mutant League Football. Crazy tackles, crazy characters, outlandish zombie-like teams of monsters. It was great fun, to be sure. Now that 16-bit game is getting a remake, as Mutant Football League has been in the works for some time now. Even better news, at least for gamers attending Game Developers Conference (GDC), is that Mutant Football League will be completely playable on PS4 and Xbox One. A PC version and Android/iOS versions will also be on display, though the … [Read more...]

Evolve Game Ships for PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Evolve Xbox One

After an extensive open beta, the Evolve game has shipped in its final form today for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Evolve is also available for PC, for those who prefer to do their monster slaying (or playing) on the Windows platform. Evolve had had an interesting development cycle. Last year it was one of the most talked-about games of E3, but its closed beta late in 2014 had some trouble getting off the ground. The Evolve open beta was much more successful, with the four-vs-one gameplay model getting a ton of play … [Read more...]

Dying Light Modding Tools on the Way, Says Techland

Dying Light

When Techland's new zombie game Dying Light shipped last week, enthusiastic gamers flew right into creating mods for the open-world game. The developer's initial response was reportedly less than warm, but let's put the emphasis on "initial." Now Techland says a full suite of Dying Light modding tools is on the way - and the company wants gamers' help deciding what to include. According to a statement from Techland, "many PC players have already been creating mods that alter and revamp the game. At Techland, we want … [Read more...]