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  • More State of Decay Games Planned

    New State of Decay

    State of Decay has become one of the most sold Xbox Live Arcade games in the entire history of the online Xbox LIVE service, making it's way right behind Minecraft in the XBLA charts and has been selling like hot cakes ever since it's release.

    If you didn't already figure out that Microsoft are happy with the outcome of State of Decay by an appearance of a State of Decay t-shirt wearing Phil Spencer at last year's Xbox One reveal, then new information about a partnership with the development team should confirm it for you.

    The developer of State of Decay, Undead Labs, has recently signed a multi-year, multi-title partnership with Microsoft, which suggests that there are going to be a lot of new zombie games from Undead in the next few years, and they will probably be  exclusive to Xbox One.

    Undead Labs previously had plans to make a zombie MMO similar to State of Decay, which had been named Class4, however this new partnership may put a halt to this development.

    Alternatively, this could mean the developers behind State of Decay now have more time and reason to pursue developing Class4 for Microsoft, along with other titles.

    Community manager Sanya Weathers was asked about Class4 and her reply was "We have to agree on where we think the technology is going to be in a few years (since the game will take a few years to develop); we have to agree that we have the same goals; and we have to agree on how we'll collectively run and support the final game. Those discussions are still in progress."

  • Batman Arkham Origins Multiplayer released

    If you haven't got enough online DC face-smashing action out of Injustice: Gods Among Us or Batman Arkham: Origins, you may want to put your copy of Batman Arkham Origins into your Xbox or PlayStation as Warner Bros. have just released a new patch that adds an online multiplayer mode into the game.

    Batman Arkham Origins Multiplayer

    The new online multiplayer mode has been named 'Hunter, Hunted' and it splits players into three different teams. The first team is a three man team of Bane's thugs, the second is a similarly sized team of the Joker's thugs, and the last team is of course Batman.


    The game is in essence a team-based elimination game mode because after a player is downed, he or she will not be able to respawn in, making each game super fast paced. I've watched a little bit of gameplay footage and it seems as if the game plays out as a standard team-based elimination game mode, but because Batman is thrown in on top of things, the average experience of Hunter, Hunted is completely different.


    Players playing as batman can lurk around out of sight, picking off weak foes and waiting for the perfect time to strike, whilst the teams of thugs need to keep an eye out for batman and the other enemy team, and then work together to ensure they have enough team members left to kill off Batman at the end. Personally I think it looks like great fun.

  • Sleeping Dogs Developers Release Sneak Peek Triad Wars Screenshot

    Sleeping Dogs Triad Wars

    Sleeping Dogs was one open world action game that really caught a lot of our attention, and since then a lot of us have been wondering what has been going in the United Front Games studio after development finished for the title.

    Whilst rumors have been laid on the table about a direct sequel to the first game, there has been no official information on whether that is true or not - except for now that is.

    This week, a United Front Games developer revealed an image on Twitter that showed a small glimpse at what they have been working on since going quiet after Sleeping Dogs was released. It was later confirmed that the game was Triad Wars, which has been said to be a sequel for the first Sleeping Dogs game.

    In the screenshot, we can see that the game looks to be a 3rd person game, so it's likely at this point that it is indeed the next lineup in the Sleeping Dogs series.

    So far, details on the game have been pretty minimal, and in fact at this point there is almost no information on the game at all. We can guess by the title and the screenshot that the game will most likely involve some sort of gang war - perhaps a three-way gang war, or a war of gangs that have three members in each gang.. We really aren't sure just yet, but we'll keep you updated on this as always.

  • Valve Reveals Steam Controllers

    Valve has been very busy this week revealing SteamOS, a Linux based operating system. Then Steam Machines being manufactured by PC companies and finally, earlier today, have unveiled their Steam Controller.

    The controller is designed to work on computers for Steam games. Check out the official Steam Controller below:

    Of course we wouldn't be Evil if we weren't already brainstorming features and customization options for Custom Steam Controllers until the official release of Valve's hardware. If our fans are interested we'd love to modify and customize Steam Controllers.

    See our Steam Controllers below:

  • Evil Controllers introduces: Evil iD

    Evil iD is here! This is a feature that we've been working on for quite some time and it's a feature that will continue to evolve over time. A lot of gamers have been requesting their custom gamertags be added to their custom controllers and Evil iD makes that possible.

    At the moment, Evil iD is only available on the right side of your Xbox 360 controller and is not available for the PlayStation 3. We know our PlayStation fans want the same opportunity as their Xbox 360 friends, so you can expect Evil iD to be available on custom PS3 controllers in the near future.

    So for now, play with our Controller Creator and start adding your gamertag, clan name, or personal name. Whichever you wish, the controller you make is your creation. Evil iD can be added in Black, White, Yellow, Green, Orange and Pink.

  • Evil Controllers featured on Joystiq

    Evil Controller's new Vision Backplate has been generating quite the buzz! The awesome gaming magazine Joystiq recently unveiled their hands on review of the new backplate and not only did they give the controller awesome reviews, but they also turned the feature into a giveaway!

    The review from Joystiq is both in verbal and video form, and covers all the capabilities of the controller. From over 60 hrs of battery life, to the awesome addition of a charging LED light, the people at Joystiq are big fans of the only rechargeable, wireless Xbox controller.

    The controller we custom made for Joystiq features a white shell, blacked out ABXY buttons, orange thumbsticks and the Evil D-pad! The controller also has a one-of-a-kind logo imprinted on both the right handle and the back of the controller (you know, where the standard bulky battery pack goes!). The video goes in depth about the different capabilities the backplate offers, including the improved performance offered by the Evil D-pad for action games and shooters.

    Joystiq also notes the excellent build quality of the controller, as well as the added on/off switch and cooling vents. The best part about the review, is that after talking up the revolutionary new controller, the awesome people at Joystiq are offering it as a giveaway!

    The giveaway is for those residing in the U.S. only, and must be entered by subscribing to Joystiq's channel on YouTube. After you subscribe, simply send Joystiq a message with Evil Controllers in the subject line and your name and email in the message. There is only one entry per person, and the contest ends Friday, May 31, 2013 at Midnight!!

    Check out the complete review here

    Thanks for being a fan!

  • Evil Controllers' New Vision Controller Receives a 90 out of 100 from Gaming Trend

    See the full review at Gaming Trend by clicking on the following link:

    This Evil Controllers Review focuses on the benefits of the Evil Backplate in addition to giving readers a quick snippet on the evolution of gaming controllers. For those of you that want a bit more info it's a great resource to get a third party's opinion.

    Gaming Trend Considers the following the major pros of owning an Evil Controllers Vision Controller:

    -Slick presentation thanks to carbon printing
    -Uses Xbox 360 shell as a reference so it's not a '3rd party' controller
    -Far better ergonomics
    -Battery life is pushed from 15 hours to 60 hours
    -Decent-length included Mini-B USB cable
    -Logo is flawlessly printed
    -Underside gives real estate for HUGE logos, gamertags, or images

    The Special Gaming Trend Controller was created specifically for Gaming Trend, but stayed tuned as hardcore gamers will get an opportunity to have their own special gamertags or PSN IDs featured on their controller as well.

  • Microsoft Finally Announces Next Gen Xbox Reveal

    The wait has been ridiculously long, but it's finally here, Microsoft have announced that they will be revealing the next generation Xbox this year via a press release and similarly looking emails sent to Xbox Live subscribers.

    The new Xbox, Xbox 720, Xbox Next, or whatever Microsoft decide to call it will be revealed on 21st May, which is a date that Microsoft has started sending out press invites to.

    The event will take place at Microsoft's Xbox campus near Seattle just a month before E3 makes the headlines.

    Microsoft have obviously planned this release to help build up hype for E3, where they have said that "At E3 we'll continue the conversation and showcase our full line-up of blockbuster games," in their press release.

    Although Sony didn't reveal what the PlayStation 4 actually looked like at their press event, they did announce it to the world, and excitement has been rippling through the PlayStation community. However, if the Xbox want to get a good head start over the PS4, it would make sense for Microsoft to actually show the new Xbox at their press event on May 21st instead of only talking about hardware specs and software capabilities.

    Whatever Microsoft have up their sleeves to show on May 21st, it's bound to get gamers excited, and we can all hope that something groundbreaking reaches our living rooms later this year.

  • Call of Duty: Ghosts Leaked Box art by Tesco

    Last week we talked about the PS4 date potentially being leaked by UK chainstore Asda, and it looks like this week another popular UK chainstore, known as Tesco, has just leaked a tad too much information on the new Call of Duty title.

    Although we've been unsure about what Call of Duty game will reach the market, everyone is 90% certain that a COD game will come this year, following on from their current annual scheme. This year's game should be scheduled to be under development by Infinity Ward, and the leaked box art from Tesco shows just that.

    Whilst at the bottom of the box art it states Infinity Ward, the rest of it is occupied by a soldier with most of his face concealed, whilst wearing a Call of Duty-like scarf and gloves.

    The title for the game, Call of Duty: Ghosts, has already made it's rounds in the gaming community, with the biggest ripple to start it all off being from a Youtuber named Drift0r, who has said he has been supplied information from a very legitimate source, and that Activision will announce the title around May 1st.

    When most people with a fairly unknown background come onto the internet to explain their connections with the industry and the leak out information about an upcoming game, it usually turns out to be false and misleading information, but now along with Tescos fumble, perhaps Drift0r is right, and Call of Duty: Ghosts, a game that is rumored to take the futuristic feel of Black Ops 2 even further, may really reach retail this year.

  • Microsoft to Release Camouflage Xbox 360 Controller

    Camouflage Xbox 360 Controller

    Microsoft announces that they will release a new camouflage Xbox 360 controller this May, according to Major Nelson.


    The controller will feature a chrome and black D-pad and will have a woodland type of camo design.


    It will be priced at $54.99 but is up for pre-order at Wal-Mart for $49.96.


    Here at Evil, we can't wait to open this bad boy up and turn it into a sweet modded controller for our fans. The Evil geniuses we have are always willing to turn a good controller into something a little bit more...Evil.


    If you would like to check out our other Xbox 360 controllers why you wait for this one, then be sure to swing by our Controller Creator and build your own.


    Sound off in the comments and let us know what you think about the new controller.

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