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It looks like Adult Swim Have been busy as of late. With Pocket Mortys fairing well and the up and coming excitement of seeing Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove, well, back in the groove, the publishers have been lending a fairly keen hand to many independent developers recently.
EA have announced what we can all expect to see at this years E3 EA Play event in LA. The list includes a notable return to current franchises and EA are promising a bunch of new IP's "to be confirmed".
It looks like Bethesda have stuck to the mandate and are giving us a glimpse of what it'll be like to live in a world of bottle caps and pet dogs. Yes, as promised at E3 2016, Fallout 4 will now be getting a full release in Virtual Realty.
Third party controllers. Yeah, that. There’s no need to even explain the phrase because you’ve already probably started to scream, run to the hills or call an exorcist. But hold up, the ALL Controller is trying to change the way we feel, maybe fear, the dreaded 3PC - I think I’ve just made 3PC up...
Steeped in a robotically, fierce and dense fatigued looking world, the environment laid out in front of you is nothing short of a hellacious, ruined and tired looking retirement home for old androids. A struggle between the next generation of robots and those seemingly cute, charming robots that came before litter the landscape in a vast, complex open world that somehow mirrors the perception of being large, but in reality it’s refined and compact marriage between the game’s direction and the player.
Sony have released what seems to be a trailer for more or less finished product of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The newly released trailer showed us a new, vibrant and up to date collection of Crash Bandicoot games in what appears to be a glimpse of Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back, level Hang Eight.
It looks like waiting for Sociable Soccer is like waiting for Arsenal to get past Bayern Munich at this point. It seems that the game, whilst still going ahead for a 2017 release date, will miss the Q1 release window.
It’s probably safe to assume that any memories of Turok 2: Seeds of Evil being touted for a remaster have since been forgotten since it was announced two years ago. Until now, little information has trickled down from the mouths of Nightdive Studios. However, all this is set to change after the game was given a release date of March 16.