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  • Halo 5 Multiplayer - 15 Minutes of Gameplay Released

    halo 5 multiplayer gameplayAlthough the Master Chief Collection has been filled with issues at launch, the new Halo 5: Guardians is still being worked on by 343 Industries, and they are getting ever closer to releasing the game.

    Whilst for most of the development process 343 have been pretty quiet about Halo 5, we have seen an influx of new content recently, and just this week 343 released yet another gameplay video, showcasing the new multiplayer in action.

    This time round, the gameplay lasts for 15 minutes and it shows off two full games of slayer. The first map is played on Empire, a map we have already seen in previous videos, whilst the second map is Crossfire, one that some of you may not have yet seen.

    As always, Halo 5 is looking pretty good in this latest gameplay video, and the great lighting can be seen in full effect. One thing that is clear is that 343 have attempted to put a lot more emphasis into the power weapons in Halo 5, and a typical game of slayer will revolve more around weapon spawns in the map.

    Messages will even be announced when a team picks up a weapon such as a sniper rifle or a rocket launcher, and the start message mentions "picking up power weapons" is part of the Slayer game rules.

    If you are a longtime Halo fan, I think you'll like what you see. You can check out the video here.

  • GTA Online Heists Coming Shortly After New Gen Launch

    GTA Online HeistsRemember when Rockstar promised to add Heists to Grand Theft Auto Online? It's now been over a year since it's release, and GTA 5 still doesn't have any online heists.

    For me, the heists seemed like one of the most appealing features of the GTA Online mode, but since the release of the online portion of GTA, there has been delay after delay, forcing Rockstar to push back the release of heists for a long time.

    One of the main reasons why heists for GTA Online were delayed for so long was due to the large amount of hackers that entered their way into the game, and this caused Rockstar to refocus their attention on exploits that many hackers were taking advantage of.

    Since then, Rockstar have been working on filling the new gen ports with as many new features as possible, and this has understandably left the GTA development team to put even less focus on the GTA Online heists.

    Luckily, Rockstar have addressed the online heist delays, and they have stated that heists for GTA Online should eventually be released for the game after the release of the new gen ports.

    Considering that the PC version isn't being released till January 2015, we can safely say that heists for online should be put into the game at some point in the first quarter of 2015.

    We hope that this is the case because everybody has been waiting for heists for a long time, and the waiting has been killing us.

  • You Can Dress as a Zombie in Advanced Warfare

    zombie in advanced warfareIf you have been keeping an eye on Advanced Warfare, you are probably already aware that the game comes with a brand new zombies mode that offers players the ability to fight against waves after waves of the living dead.

    However, for the first time ever, players will (sort of) be able to play as a zombie by playing Advanced Warfare. Similar to the clothing system in Call of Duty Ghosts, players will be able to unlock cosmetic gear by completing certain goals.

    If you manage to do well in the new zombie mode, you may stand a chance of unlocking zombie cosmetic gear to wear in Multiplayer. There are four different pieces of zombie clothing, and to unlock the full outfit you will need to complete various tiers of zombie mode.

    "Survival mode in COD: AW has 4 tiers, 4 maps in the first 3 tiers, 1 map (Riot) in the last tier. To unlock the 2nd tier, you need to complete 50 rounds overall in the 1st tier, to unlock the 3rd tier, you need 75 rounds overall in 2nd tier, for the 4th and final tier, you need 100 rounds completed in the 3rd tier. You receive 2 pieces of zombie equipment for unlocking the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th tier.

    To get the final 2 pieces ('zombie top' and the zombie player head) you need to reach round 10 on Riot (the 4th tier) at which point a DNA bomb drops, and you then have to fend off a single wave of zombies for about 3 minutes before evacuating and getting shown that cut scene that leaked earlier. There is no 'zombies mode' or any extra reward for doing this. These are permanent items."

    Want help getting through these hordes of zombies? Check out Evil Controllers, they have the Master Mod which includes Rapid Fire, Quick Reload, and much more. These zombies won't stand a chance!

  • Halo CE 1080P Trailer Shows Off OP Pistol

    Back in the golden days of Halo Combat Evolved, the pistol was the gun to use. Yes, snipers and rocket launchers were fought for, but the overwhelming power of the pistol made it a force to be reckoned with at all times.

    A new gameplay trailer showing off the Master Chief Collection in full 1080P had a selection of Combat Evolved multiplayer, and we couldn't help but notice just how over-powered the pistol seemed to be in the gameplay shown.

    When compared to pistols of many modern shooters to today, the magnum in Halo CE was just undeniably amazing, and we're happy to see that 343 haven’t made any changes to it on the Combat Evolved portion of the Halo Master Chief Collection multiplayer.

    Another interesting thing to take from the latest trailer is that there are now achievements in all games - gameplay clearly shows players earning achievements whilst playing on CE maps, which suggests that the game has had a slight overhaul, and I must say, it looks oh-so satisfying to get a set of pistol kills in Combat Evolved.

    Halo The Master Chief Collection is set for release next month. The full release is November 14th.

    Are you going to be purchasing Halo: The Master Chief Collection? So far, all of the Halo fans I have talked to have been very excited about the Master Chief Collection, and I must admit, I’m looking forward to giving it a go myself, too.

  • Evil Controllers Now Available at Best Buy Starting October 12th

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    Evil Controllers Launches Exclusive Modified Gaming Controller at Best Buy.

    Controller presales began in September and Best Buy stores nationwide will stock in October

    Tempe, AZ. (October 09th, 2014) - Evil Controllers recently announced that its Master Mod V3 product line will be for sale at Best Buy starting on Sunday, Oct. 12.

    The Master Mod V3 controller for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be available with an eye-catching Sticker Bomb shell exclusively through all Best Buy U.S. stores, as well as online at BestBuy.com. Three additional Master Mod V3 controllers, including Biohazard, Blue Urban and Glossy Orange will also be available online through the retailer.

    "It's exciting to know that gamers across the country will be able to walk into a Best Buy store and purchase one of our controllers," says Evil Controllers Founder and Lead Product Developer Adam Coe. "This is a big step for our company." Coe started the company at age 19, launching the first-ever after-market modified controller company in the world.

    "Best Buy is THE destination for gamers, who know that whether it be new hardware, games, or accessories that Best Buy is their one-stop shop," says Chris Koller, vice president of gaming at Best Buy. "These exclusive controllers are a terrific addition to our selection as we approach the holiday season."

    Evil's customized controllers are known for their game enhancing modifications and attention-grabbing aesthetics. The Master Mod V3 controller boasts a jaw-dropping 20 features, including nine essential modifications: Rapid Fire, Adjustable Rapid Fire, Akimbo Rapid Fire, Auto Scope, Auto Spot, Auto Run, Fast Reload, Drop Shot and Tactical Rapid Fire. The controller is compatible with all major first-person shooters and includes a six-month warranty. The controllers retail for $129.99.

    About Evil Controllers:
    Evil Controllers is an Arizona-based company specializing in after-market, modified PlayStation and Xbox controllers with enhanced game play and aesthetic features. Adam Coe, founder and lead product developer, started Evil Controllers in 2007 as a college freshman after he successfully completed and sold his first modified gaming controller. Since then, Evil Controllers has sold thousands of controllers worldwide and is recognized as an industry leader for innovation and product integrity. Coe continues to push the limits in product development with the company's Accessible Gaming Division, where creative problem solving and ingenuity come together to create modified controllers for individuals with physical and mobility limitations. For more information about Evil Controllers, visit evilcontrollers.com.

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  • New Free Content Added to Destiny

    free content destinyBungie have taken an interesting approach to the content in Destiny - instead of offering up all of the games bounties, missions and content all at once, they are rotating it regularly by providing some content for a couple-week period, disabling it, and then revealing more content.

    All of this content is already on the disk, but because Bungie limits what we get to play at one time, it means it always feels like there's something new to play on the weekend - all of this content so far has been free, so I personally think it's quite a nice approach to take.

    This month, Destiny released the Queen's Wrath - it's a new set of bounties and challenges that can award players with reputation points and marks for the Queen's Emissary - these can then be spent on new legendary gear and weapons that players have not yet managed to get a hold of.

    For the end game players I see this as a great opportunity to get new loot, but for those still under level 20, it's unlikely you'll manage to collect enough reputation or marks to purchase anything from the Queen's emissary before she leaves the tower and is most likely replaced with another character we've never seen or heard before.

    Collecting marks is often not too difficult, but to obtain gear, players must also earn enough reputation points to level up - this is a problem I've encountered with both the vanguard and crucible vendors.

    For a real boost in your gameplay check out Evil Controller's Master Mod and dominate everything. Don't be left behind in the battle of worlds!

  • GTA V for PS4 and Xbox One Might Have First Person Mode

    gta v first personWe've already talked a little bit about the new upcoming features of Grand Theft Auto V for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but new rumors suggest that there may be even more features planned for the game that Rockstar are yet to reveal.

    One such rumor makes the proposal that Rockstar may have been working on a first person mode for Grand Theft Auto 5, and it may make it's way into the game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release.

    Whilst there's no way to confidently confirm or deny these rumors, the source comes from a Rockstar blog reader who supposedly found a 'cached' version of the new gen announcement blog within the Rockstar website's code.

    On the cached version of the website, the first person mode was described as 'A brand new first person mode for vehicles that shows the interior of the vehicle, including working speedometers, tachometers, dash lights, and more.'

    The cached blog post also went on to describe a new first person mode whilst on foot too. It could be possible that these rumors are completely fabricated, and there is in fact no first person mode coming to GTA V on the Xbox One and the PS4, but at the same time there is chance that Rockstar could have spent the time to develop such a system. We'll have to play the waiting game and hope Rockstar responds to the rumors.

  • Bungie Talks About Plans for Destiny Future Updates

    destiny day one updateIn a new interview, Destiny's director of production, Jonty Barnes, discussed his plans for the near future of Destiny, and Bungie's vision for new content and updates as players start to experience the game once it has been released.

    The release of Destiny is now less than two weeks away, but once the game has been released, Bungie aren't going to be slowing down with development. In fact, they have plans to keep the game updated often.

    On day one, an update for the game has already been planned - this update will include a range of changes that Bungie couldn't quite get into the product before the game went gold. This will include changes to the UI and how easy it is for players to read it and navigate it, and other small tweaks to the overall experience.

    Jonty went onto discussing about improving the game over time to keep players happy with Destiny as a whole, suggesting that Bungie want to keep their players content with the stuff available in-game. "We do have things we're going to change over time that will make those experiences better. You'll see stuff and you'll go, hey, have you seen what they've done to the explore mode recently? Maybe we should do some of that - it seems a lot better."

    "We're going to try to do that for all of the game and build on the world. Having gamers participate in the dialogue about what they would like to see, not just our own team and user research group of gamers coming in and out, it certainly makes - it has done historically for Bungie - our games better," Barnes said.

    It sounds like Bungie are going the right way about making an online game that the players can truly have a say in, and I can't wait to get my hands on the game later this month.

  • Third Person Option Coming to Advanced Warfare After Release

    advanced warfare third personThis won't be the first time, but recent news reveals that the upcoming Call of Duty game, Advanced Warfare, will have a selection of third person modes for the multiplayer portion of the game which will release some time after the game officially launches worldwide.

    Sledgehammer Games have put quite a lot of effort into renewing the multiplayer experience of the Call of Duty franchise in Advanced Warfare, and what we've learned so far is that Sledgehammer will offer a range of new mechanics to make the game feel fresh, but the experience will still be recognized by Call of Duty fans across the globe.

    On top of putting effort into new gameplay mechanics, Sledgehammer are thinking hard about the various multiplayer playlists available. It's already been revealed that the game will have a set of standard playlists, and a set of traditional non-exo suit playlists too. On top of this, it's now looking likely that Advanced Warfare will also get a third person playlist at some point after the game's release.

    This news is quite exciting; I've always been a fan of the third person modes for previous Call of Duty games, and it gives players a new take on the online gameplay. The only trouble is that as the game ages, it may be hard to find players within each sub-playlist. There is already the standard playlist and the traditional playlists, and if they add third person playlists there will be three separate areas that fragment the online player capacity.

  • Advanced Warfare Coming to Last-Gen Thanks to High Moon

    advanced warfare xbox 360For a while, we were unsure Advanced Warfare was ever going to come to last gen consoles, but now details have arisen to 100% confirm the presence of a last gen version of COD Advanced Warfare, which means players will be able to play the newest Call of Duty, even if they don't own a new console.

    The development studio behind the last gen port of Advanced Warfare is High Moon, the same team behind a range of movie based Transformers games, and Deadpool which released in 2013.

    There is definitely no doubting the creative potential of High Moon Studios, so it's likely the Advanced Warfare last gen port will be fairly spot on. Obviously one question that we all want answered is; what will the new gen have that the last gen won't?

    Other than obvious graphical changes, it's unclear just what owners of the last gen version of Advanced Warfare will be missing out on. Gameplay-wise, it's likely there won't be that much difference, but there may be a few tweaks here and there to ensure performance on the Xbox 360 and PS3 is smooth enough.

    Despite the port to last gen consoles, a Wii U version of Advanced Warfare is still not happening, which once again shows that not many developers are that interested in developing for Nintendo's new console at this point in time.

    Do you think it's worth owning a new console for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare now that last-gen consoles will have playable version of the game?

    Now that they released the good news that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is going to be released on last gen consoles its the perfect time pick up a brand new custom controller from Evil Controllers! Also, check out the Master Mod available for the Xbox 360 and PS3!

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