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  • Lionhead Currently Working on Brand New IP

    Lionhead new IPWhilst part of Lionhead is currently hard at work on the brand new multiplayer-centric Fable Legends, new information suggests that Peter Molyneux's ex game development studio will also be working on another project, completely separate from the Fable universe.

    According to Lionhead creative director Gary Carr, there is currently a team of eight working on trying to "build the next big IP." Carr mentioned that his team is throwing around a few prototypes, as well as planning a few games that could be added to the Fable Legends experience.

    Whilst it's probably going to be a while before we actually see any official progress by Lionhead on the new IP, they seem pretty confident about going forward. New studio head, John Needham recently mentioned that "The primary purpose of the group is to come up with new game IP, and hopefully this time next year we'll have something exciting to talk about," when asked about the new team of eight working within the Lionhead studio.

    Needham continued by talking about Lionhead's history, "There is great IP in Lionhead's history, it's just spotty who owns what. Clearly we're going to be investing most of the studio's efforts into Fable, but we'll have some new IP to share with you soon."

    I think it will be exciting to see what Lionhead have in store for us next. Even without Peter Molyneux at the helm of the ship, there's still a lot of potential for the British based development studio.

  • Destiny Competitive Footage Shown

    destiny competitiveWhen I first heard about Destiny, I was quite excited. Bungie have always been so good at creating the Halo experience, but I was happy to see them try something new. Destiny is looking to be a great online cooperative experience that I'm sure many players will be happy to play, but it seems Bungie couldn't finish Destiny without paying tributes to their past, either.

    Halo has always been a very competitive shooter, and it looks as if Bungie want players to get a little taste of that in Destiny, even if it isn't as fully complete as the whole Halo experience. Surprisingly, Bungie have pretty much kept the competitive side of Destiny under wraps, but thanks to the open nature of the recent alpha, we've already witnessed a decent amount of competitive gameplay.

    A 6 minute gameplay video shows a 6v6 battle of what looks like a hardpoint domination type game, and the player-vs-player gameplay looks pretty smooth. It seems like players are capable of taking their earned gear into the competitive space, and their levels are also displayed similarly to an AI's level is shown in cooperative mode.

    It will be interesting to see how extensive the competitive side of things is, and how that will be integrated into the rest of the game's experience. Hopefully we'll see more in the beta next month.

    Destiny will be released for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PS4 this year on September 9th. A PC launch will not happen alongside the console versions, but Bungie are still talking about a possible PC port in the future.

  • Battlefield 4 Dragon's Teeth Detailed for July

    Dragons teeth DLCNew leaked listings have revealed the upcoming fourth DLC pack for Battlefield 4, as well as detailing the content that players will be able to expect from the installation. The fourth DLC has been named Dragon's Teeth, and it will come with a variety of new maps, weapons vehicles and equipment.

    The main focus of the new Dragon's Teeth DLC is on the four new maps. All four of the new DLC maps for Battlefield 4 will be based in Asian cities, and have been named Lumphini Garden, Pearl Market, Propaganda and Sunken Dragon.

    So far, we haven't got any solid footage or images of the four new maps, but I'm certainly interested to see what kind of gameplay we can expect from the Asian city based maps. Dragon's Teeth will also add a few new weapons into the mix, a ballistic shield which has the ability to block incoming bullets, and the R.A.W.R - a new vehicle that can be remotely controlled and is heavily armed.

    There is also a new territorial capture game called Chain Link, and 10 new assignments with new unlocks for each of these.

    The Dragon's Teeth DLC has been rumored to release in July for PC, Xbox and PlayStation consoles. The full price of the fourth Battlefield 4 DLC has not yet been revealed, but it will be available for free to anybody that purchased the $50 season pass, along with the other four DLCs.

    Gear up for the new DLC release with a custom controller from Evil Controller!

  • Titanfall Will Be Getting New Gameplay Modes for Free

    titanfall june updateWhen Respawn Entertainment announced that they plan to add regular new content for Titanfall free of charge over the next year, they certainly weren't lying. At E3, players got a glimpse of what Respawn has plans for in the future, which included a variety of new game modes which are planned to be released later this month.

    The new June update will add a few new game modes, as well as a bunch of new burn cards, and even some new customization options.

    There will be a range of new burn cards for use in titan gameplay now, instead of just on foot, and players will be able to customize their titans by picking between three different titan voices, as well as unlocking and applying in-game decals.

    As for the new game modes, the first game has been named Marked for Death - this game will be a 6V6 VIP style experience that puts one player on each team as the 'marked man.' Only killing the marked man will get game points, and after the marked man is dead, a new player on the team will be randomly selected to take their place.

    The second new mode is a variation of the Last Titan Standing game mode. The new mode will be called Wingman LTS, and it will pit 2 player-controlled titans against each other, instead of six.

    Hopefully June's update will help to ring in players who have so far abandoned the title after losing interest in the limited amount of content available.

  • Gameplay for Homefront The Revolution Shown

    homefront the revolutionCrytek are best known for the Crysis series, along with their very powerful range of game engines by the name of CryENGINE, which have allowed developers to reach beautiful graphic standards incredibly easily, but recently Crytek have been working on a brand new project.

    The project in question is called Homefront: The Revolution, and it follows in the footsteps of the first Homefront title that was published by THQ. Crytek recently bought the rights for Homefront after THQ went bankrupt, so this new Homefront title could be considered a sequel, despite being under a new name.

    Homefront: The Revolution is set in a world set after a fictional invasion of the United States by North Korea, and it gives players the control of survivors who are still putting up a fight against the North Korean forces.

    Like everything by Crytek, Homefront: The Revolution looks pretty decent graphically-wise, but so far I can't get an idea about the gameplay. The gameplay shown so far looks quite scripted, so it will be interesting to see how the full game plays like when it is released.

    Speaking of release dates, so far nothing is known, but we'll probably see it late this year, or early next year. A PS4 and Xbox One release is definite, and an old gen version could well be possible, although all of this is just speculation on my part. We'll let you know as more information comes in about Homefront: The Revolution.

  • Phantom Pain Will Have Multiplayer Motherbase Gameplay

    phantom pain multiplayerHideo Kojima has recently unveiled new plans for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and it's sounding pretty exciting. Whilst the main experience for Metal Gear Solid V will be within the single player experience, Kojima is offering more playability by adding a few new online features to the franchise.

    Players will be able to spend in-game currency on their very own mother base, a sea based facility, that will have plenty of customization potential. Interestingly, players will be able to edit and customize their own mother base both from within the game and from a smartphone device.

    Kojima didn't reveal too much information, but he did state to CVG in an interview that, "People who want to create a Mother Base in a very detailed way will be able to design it through the interface, or using their smart device."

    You may be wondering where the online portion of all this comes into play. As it turns out, other players will be able to infiltrate your mother base, and you will be able to do the same to other players, too. I can imagine different reward can be given for both infiltrating and building decent defenses, but we'll probably hear more solid details in the future.

    The Phantom Pain is currently still in development, but hopefully we'll see a release sooner now that many more games have been put in the lineup for both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.

  • PS4 Owners Will Be Able to Play Far Cry 4 With Their Friends Without Owning a Copy Themselves

    far cry ps4 inviteUbisoft has recently revealed a brand new feature for Far Cry 4 that will allow your friends to get in on the action, even if they don't own the game themselves. The new feature is a PS4 exclusive that we'll probably be seeing a lot more of in the future. If you own Far Cry 4 when it releases, you will be able to send an invite to your friends, encouraging them to come and play the game with you.

    Players will be able to accept their friend's Far Cry 4 invites, and they'll be able to join in on the action regardless of whether they actually own the game or not. For this to happen, players will have to download a Far Cry 4 client onto their PlayStation that allows them to play when invited by a friend.

    This new feature will restrict those that don't own the game to co-op play with friends that have invited them personally, but I still think it's a great initiative by Sony, and we'll probably see many more games in the future supporting this same approach.

    Far Cry 4 is set for release this year on November 18th in North America and November 20th in Europe for Xbox One, 360, PS4, PS3 and PC. Ubisoft have already revealed details for a $30 season pass for the game, but so far details of what it will include are unknown. The season pass is currently not available.

  • Destiny Alpha Has Been Extended on PlayStation Consoles

    destiny alphaSo far, the alpha for Bungie's latest work-in-progress title, Destiny, has been well received, and whilst the official date for the alpha has now ended, it seems Bungie want players to get back in-game for a little longer, which is great news for both the players and Bungie, who by the sounds of it desperately need new details to make sure everything is as balanced and bug free as possible upon launch day.

    According to Bungie, this extended alpha time will be used to conduct some "dangerous" experiments, so it's very possible that we'll be seeing some odd, unannounced changes to Destiny over the next few days before the alpha is shut off for good.

    If you plan to get an idea about what Destiny will feel like as a whole package, try not to base it on the extended alpha time, as it's very possible that players will experience something that will not represent the overall experience at all.

    Unfortunately the Destiny alpha has only been extended on the PlayStation 4, so Xbox One players will now have to wait till the release of the game before playing again. It will be interesting to see what experiments Bungie conduct before the alpha is finally over.

    Destiny will be released later this year on September 9th for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PS4. A beta should also be available next month for players to get their hands on.



    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 Creations@evilcontrollers.com. 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 www.evilcontrollers.com or send an email to Creations@evilcontrollers.com 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.

    PR Contact: Carlos@evilcontrollers.com

  • Sleeping Dogs HD May Come to Next Gen Consoles

    sleeping dogs hd remakePreviously there has been talk about a possible Sleeping Dogs sequel, but despite details about the franchises next steps, Square Enix haven't really put much more out there about any new games in the Sleeping Dogs universe.

    What we do know though is that Square Enix certainly doesn't plan to drop the IP after just one title, and we'll probably see a lot more Sleeping Dogs content over the next few years. The next release for the Sleeping Dogs franchise may be sooner than we think, and whilst it may not be a new game, it will be a fresh approach to the original that should open up the game to new players.

    A new product listing on ShopTo, an online games retailer recently suggested that Sleeping Dogs will be getting an HD facelift for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The Sleeping Dogs HD listing was up for a couple of days before ShopTo abruptly removed it without any notification from either ShopTo or Square Enix.

    There's no doubt that this was a slip up on ShopTo's part, but does this listing mean we'll be seeing a Sleeping Dogs HD remake soon? It would be strange for ShopTo to put a listing up for something that doesn't actually exist, so perhaps we will see Sleeping Dogs HD in the near future.

    Hopefully we'll hear something official from Square Enix about Sleeping Dogs fairly soon, if not about the HD remake, then about a brand new game in the franchise instead.

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