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  • Dark Souls 2 May Come to Xbox One and PS4

    dark souls 2 xbox oneDark Souls has managed to make a pretty big name for itself recently, and I think the developers behind it, From Software, have done an incredible job to offer a really unique RPG experience. I've yet to complete the game, but I've enjoyed the game a lot since I first got my hands on it.

    I'm sure this is the case for many players, so I can imagine it's sparked a lot of curiosity between those that haven't yet played it. If you sold your PS3 or Xbox 360 to get a brand new console from either Microsoft or Sony, than you probably know what I'm talking about here.

    Luckily though, it could be very possible that a Dark Souls 2 port for both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One could happen. When asked about a possible cross-gen port by Edge, From Software director Yui Tanimura replied with, "We have not put any thought into this yet, So I unfortunately can't answer at this point."

    Whilst this means that From Software haven't already started a PS4 and Xbox One port, it also hasn't ruled out the possibility of it happening in the future. Dark Souls 2 has already been incredibly popular for seventh gen consoles, so I'm sure a port to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 would be appreciated by many fans of the franchise.

    Whilst From Software are currently developing Bloodborne, it's not out of the question to hope that a Dark Souls 2 port could also be worked on.

  • What is the Future of Call of Duty?

    Call of Duty: Black OpsThe next game in the Call of Duty franchise is Advanced Warfare, a futuristic shooter in the hands of Sledgehammer games, a developer who, whilst not unfamiliar with the series, is certainly having their first shot at creating a solo Call of Duty experience.

    Advanced Warfare seems to offer a decent amount of content to make it feel fresh to COD players, but it's still going to feel like Call of Duty, which I think is what makes the franchise so popular in the first place.

    However, Advanced Warfare is only the beginning; EA still plan to churn out a new Call of Duty game every year for the foreseeable future, so what do the other Call of Duty developers have planned?

    Earlier this week, we mentioned a rumor suggesting World at War 2 may be the Call of Duty title for 2015, and that got me thinking.

    If Sledgehammer are in charge of Advanced Warfare, and Treyarch are reportedly working on a new world war two game, it would make sense that Infinity Ward are straight in the middle, working on their Modern Warfare series.

    If this is the case, then we'll have three completely separate Call of Duty experiences that could be very different from one another. Technically, we could have three separate COD franchises from the three developers, and if this is the case, I think this across-the-board approach to different settings and environments should keep all FPS players happy.

    For now though, this is just speculation. Whilst Advanced Warfare is well under development, there is no solid evidence for World at War 2, and absolutely no details have been given on Infinity Ward's next title.

    Where ever the Call of Duty franchise decides to go Evil Controllers will be here to create the best modded controllers possible. We will keep our controller software up-to-date with all the new technology and continue bringing the Master Mod. Check us out at:

  • Ryse 2 Cancelled Due to Crytek Financial Struggle

    ryse 2 cancelledI was surprised to hear that a second Ryse title was ever even planned in the first place, but it turns out that Ryse 2, the sequel to the first Xbox One exclusive by Crytek will most likely be canned, due to various financial issues Crytek is currently dealing with.

    Rumors about Crytek's financial struggle have been spreading for a few months now, and it seems all we hear from the company today are in regards to their inability to pay the bills.

    However, the true cause behind the alleged cancellation of Ryse 2 simply comes down to a disagreement between Crytek and Microsoft. It seems Microsoft was happy to fund the cost for a Ryse sequel, but only if Crytek gave the full rights to the IP to Microsoft.

    Despite lots of talk about Crytek's bad financial position, it seems they are still going full steam ahead with their latest announced title, Homefront: The Revolution. However, it's possible the new Homefront game may never make it to retail either, as many developers working for Crytek are complaining about lack of pay, and many have left various Crytek studios across the world due to these issues.

    It's likely Crytek won't have a very bright future ahead of them unless they can somehow recuperate their current financial losses. I'm not too bothered about a lack of a Ryse sequel, but it would be nice to see Homefront: The Revolution make it to reality.

  • Gran Turismo 7 2014 Release unlikely

    gran turismo 7 2014Development for the first PS4-based Gran Turismo game is well under way, but it's unlikely the title will ever be released this year. A seventh Gran Turismo title was bound to happen, we've just entered a new generation of consoles, and Sony's front runner racing title needs to show it's face on the PlayStation 4 at some point or another, but so far it's looking more likely that Gran Turismo 7 will release some time in 2015.

    According to Kazunori Yamauchi, the next Gran Turismo title will not be a prologue like many previously expected it to be, and it will be as much of a fully featured game as any other Gran Turismo title has been thus far.

    Whilst a lot of work went on the sounds in Gran Turismo 6, the seventh title in the series will be a true milestone for the franchise, as a lot of work will be put into the overall gameplay mechanics, and Yamauchi explained that players should expect a lot of major game changes in GT 7.

    Gran Turismo 7 should also adopt the huge catalogue of cars already available on GT 6, however some of the cars may end up making it into the premium car catalogue.

    Gran Turismo has always been an amazing racing franchise, but with competitors like Drive Club and The Crew being released shortly, will GT 7 be able to live up to it's expectations? Hopefully, we'll find out soon enough.



    Evil Adds Custom GameCube Controllers To Their Line-Up

    TEMPE, AZ. (JUNE 2014) - On June 1st, Evil Controllers became an official sponsor for the Team Curse Super Smash Brothers Team. Evil Controllers is excited to be sponsoring the following pro gamers: McCain "MacD" LaVelle, Juan "Hungrybox" Debiedma and Kashan "Chillindude" Khan.

    "The excitement surrounding the Smash franchise is awesome - many of us in the office watch these players perform in Melee and Project Melee tournaments on a regular basis, and we can’t wait to see what they will be capable of in Smash 4," explained Carlos Reyes, Operations Manager at Evil Controllers. "With the release of Smash 4 later in the year we thought it would be a perfect opportunity to help promote the scene."

    Released in time for Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Invitational at E3 2014, Evil Controllers provided all three members of Team Curse with custom GameCube controllers. Evil's custom GameCube controllers feature a matte finish to ensure a sense of familiarity, keeping in line with what players are accustomed to. Similarly styled controllers are now available for all gamers via the Evil Controllers website, and can be found here:

    Players that wish to customize these designs further are invited to send an email to GameCube controllers can become further customized with player names and personalized logos. Evil Controllers is committed to offering controller options for all gamers and now offers custom controllers for: GameCube, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360 and the Xbox One.

    Evil Controllers will continue to support the 360 and PS3 generation, as well as continue to produce exciting new products and services for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Please make sure to see what we have to offer at or send an email to to make your own custom creations!



    About Evil Controllers:

    Evil Controllers is a controller modification company based out of Tempe, Arizona. Evil Controllers is one of the first companies to offer professional Rapid Fire and Fast Reload controller mods. Our controller mods are created to support the most popular franchises in the industry, covering a variety of genres. Evil Controllers is also popular for their cooperation with The AbleGamers Foundation. We create custom controllers for disabled gamers with button modification and relocation customization. Evil Controllers works hard to ensure that every gamer can have fun doing what they love, playing games.

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  • Watch_Dogs Is Fastest Selling Game in Ubisoft History

    Watch_Dogs SalesDespite constant complaints about frame rate, resolution and game graphics in Watch_Dogs by the gaming community, Ubisoft's recently released open world title has been incredibly well received by the public.

    In fact, Watch_Dogs has been so well received that it has been titled the fastest selling title in all of Ubisoft's history. No other game published or developed by Ubisoft has managed to sell as many copies as Watch_Dogs has within a 24 hour period, which really is quite impressive, considering Ubisoft have been the driving force behind many great franchises, including Assassins’ Creed and Far Cry.

    So, I'm sure you're wondering exactly how well Watch_Dogs has sold, and how that compares to other similar titles like Grand Theft Auto V. Ubisoft recently announced that Watch_Dogs has sold more copies in 24 hours than any of their other titles, but details on just how many copies were sold has not yet been revealed.

    Grand Theft Auto V managed to sell a staggering 12 million units in just one day, and one of Ubisoft's most sold titles, Assassins' Creed 3 sold just 7 million in one week. So, whilst Watch_Dogs has done Ubisoft proud, it's unlikely it has reached the success of the GTA franchise by a long shot.

    Despite GTA still being a whole lot more popular, the idea behind Watch_Dogs was 5 years in the making, and after such a long development cycle, we've been handed a game that has a solid gameplay concept that can deliver hours of open world fun.

  • Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Could Have Been Third Person

    advanced warfare newsBefore Sledgehammer Games worked on maps for Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, they had another, more secret project unraveling in their development studio.

    In fact, Sledgehammer Games spent around 8 months working on a Vietnam War era shooter title, and unlike other games in the franchise, the title was going to be completely third person.

    Glen Schofield revealed to Game Informer that they were getting quite involved with the project before it got cancelled. "We were really getting into the story," Schofield said. "We had a big moment that I would love to get into a game someday, but it's not something we could do in first-person."

    After around 8 months, only 15 minutes of gameplay was actually playable, at which point Activision asked if they'd like to help with Modern Warfare 3 instead. The title was then scrapped, and Sledgehammer Games went in-house to work on Modern Warfare 3, and the rest is history.

    Sledgehammer Games are currently working on Advanced Warfare, a new Call of Duty title planned for release later this year. Whilst Modern Warfare 3 was a joint effort between Sledgehammer Games and another development team, Advanced Warfare will be the first solo title created by Sledgehammer under the Call of Duty moniker.

    From what we've seen so far, the gameplay looks quite fresh, and it really takes things to another level when it comes to future weapons and equipment.

    Call of Duty Advanced Warfare will be released on November 4th for Xbox One, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PS4 and PC.

  • Details Given On Free DRIVECLUB For PS Plus Subscribers

    driveclub ps plusIf you can remember back to when DRIVECLUB was first announced, you may recall Sony announcing that there would be a free version of the game available that was exclusive to all PS Plus subscribers. Despite there not being much talk about the free PS Plus version of DRIVECLUB for a long while, it will still be made available, and this week Sony gave some details on the free version, and what content would be included in it.

    PS Plus subscribers will be able to download DRIVECLUB for free onto their PlayStation 4 consoles as soon as it is released. The content in the digital free version of DRIVECLUB is slightly limited though, and it will only come with 10 different cars, and 11 race tracks. All game modes will be made available on the free version of the game, despite previous rumors.

    If you decide to upgrade to the full version, or simply by the Blu-ray edition of DRIVECLUB, you will have access to 55 tracks, 55 cars and 50 tour events, so in simplicity Sony is offering around 10% of free content for PS Plus subscribers in the free version of the game.

    Sony has also announced that any players who upgrade to the full edition of DRIVECLUB will still have access to it after their PS Plus subscription runs out, and this is something that was previously not possible.

    Sony will be releasing a ton of new information about DRIVECLUB leading up to it's release, so check back here often for the latest news on the upcoming title

  • Concept Art Unveiled By The Last of Us Developer

    the last of us 2 concept artA new piece of concept art has just been revealed by Naughty Dog that shows off a character very similar in design to Ellie from The Last of Us. In fact, not only does the concept style feel very similar to the concept art from The Last of Us, but the character art almost like an older Ellie, and if it were Ellie, perhaps it could mean we can expect a new The Last of Us that is set a good few years after the first game.

    The image was revealed on the Facebook page of a concept artist working for Naughty Dog, along with the caption "Let me tease you something… It's coming... ;]" If I were to make a guess, I'd assume that the concept artist is referring to a second The Last of Us game - the character art looks similar to Ellie, and with the success of the first TLOU game, it wouldn't be a surprise if a new title game out as part of the same IP.

    Of course at this point there's no point jumping to conclusion, as last time we heard anything official about a second The Last of Us, Neil Druckmann revealed that it's a 50/50 chance of seeing it happen.

    If we do see a new TLOU game, it will be very exciting to see what Naughty Dog do with the story. Perhaps an older Ellie will play the protagonist role, and the world may have developed a lot since the first game.

    If we're lucky, we may even get a small reveal at E3 this year, but we'll have to keep our fingers crossed.

  • Various Destiny Game Modes Revealed

    various destinyOne of the biggest news outlets for brand new Destiny information, More Console, has just released a video that gives information on the various game modes that we will be able to play when Destiny is released.

    The first game mode that was revealed is Patrol, and in this mode players will be able to play through the various missions available in Destiny and explore the world at a pace and direction they see fit.

    The second mode has been named Bounty - this offers a little bit of a different experience from the typical free roam Patrol mode, and places players into a MMO dungeon-like instance that gives players the chance to find rare and valuable gear.

    The next game mode is called Strike, and this has been designed to work as a matchmaking system for players who want to jump into the action as quickly as possible. Most Strike games last around 15 to 30 minutes, and are designed for three player squads.

    Finally, the last announced game mode is Faction Wars. This is some kind of multiplayer experience that allows players to challenge other factions. Details on this are quite slim at this point, and it's unclear whether this mode will actually offer PVP content, or whether it relies on a competitive scoring system.

    Once in-game, you'll be able to switch between the various game modes by using the Director, a special immersive system designed to work as a menu navigation tool.

    Destiny will be released for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PS3 on September 9th.

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