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  • Far Cry 4 Complete Edition Planned

    far cry 4 complete editionThe whole DLC debacle definitely leaves a lot of room for debate, but if you're patient with buying games you can often get great deals on DLC. In fact, most publishers are now releasing "complete editions" roughly a year after the game release - these versions often cost the same price as the original game but they're also packed with all of the game's DLC.

    Ubisoft has been following this practice for a while, and their next compilation game set for release is Far Cry 4: Complete Edition.

    As expected, Far Cry 4 Complete Edition will come with the full game and all five of the DLC expansions that were released as part of the game's season pass. The new complete edition will also have all of the extra missions, weapons and areas that may have been awarded to players in the past.

    Far Cry 4 Complete Edition is set for release on June 19. So far we don't know whether we'll see a physical release or not. It's entirely possible that the Complete Edition may only be available digitally.

    Either way, Ubisoft has shared some details about the Far Cry 4 complete pack that nobody was expecting. Ubisoft has stated that they "have no plans to release it on Xbox One."

    Considering that the main Far Cry 4 game was released on Xbox One, it seems odd that Ubisoft will now only be releasing the bundle pack to PlayStation 4 and PC. We've seen a lot of exclusivity deals for the PlayStation 4 recently, but Ubisoft are rarely ever the company to make such arrangements.

  • Banjo Kazooie Successor Hits Kickstarter

    banjo kazooie yooka layleeA successor to the ever popular Banjo Kazooie franchise hit Kickstarter and it blew up the internet.

    We've all been wanting a new (decent) Banjo Kazooie game for years but it seems that Rare either has no interest or they've been too busy on other projects such as Kinect Sports Rivals. Thankfully a team of ex-Rare employees has banded together to make a development company called Playtonic Games and they are set to bring life to Banjo Kazooie again.

    Playtonic Games recently posted up a Kickstarter page for their upcoming game. Named Yooka-Laylee, the game will feature the same 3D buddy-duo platformer experience that made Banjo Kazooie so popular. Yooka-Laylee will be filled with all sorts of collectibles for players to find in the world. This time round, collectibles will play a meaningful part in the way new areas of the world are opened up.

    The audio and art team working on Playtonic Games are also going for a very Banjo Kazooie-esque theme and the main environment artist is Steven Hurst, the same guy responsible for the environments in Banjo Kazooie and Viva Pinata.

    Perhaps the most amazing of all so far is the Kickstarter goal for Yooka-Laylee. Playtonic Games were originally hoping to reach $270,000 to fund the development of the game. Within just a few days the funding has already reached close to 2 million and there is still over 30 days left to go. It'll be interesting to see just how much Playtonic Games can raise for Yooka-Laylee.

  • Slightly Mad Details all Project CARS Vehicles

    all project cars vehiclesSlightly Mad has gone, well, slightly mad recently with promotional material for their upcoming racer, Project CARS. Whilst the game has been delayed a few times, we're finally closing in on the release date. As a result, Slightly Mad has just released the entire car list for the game, and oh boy there are a lot of cars.

    Standard Edition

    Alpine A450
    Ariel Atom 300 Supercharged
    Ariel Atom 500 V8
    Aston Martin Rapide S Hydrogen Hybrid
    Aston Martin Vantage GT3
    Aston Martin Vantage GT4
    Audi R18 TDI LMP1
    Audi R8 LMS Ultra
    Audi R8 V10 Plus
    BAC Mono
    BMW 1 M CoupÈ (E82)
    BMW 320 Turbo Gr.5 (E21)
    BMW M3 Gr.A (E30)
    BMW M3 GT (E92)
    BMW M3 GT4 (E92)
    BMW Z4 GT3
    Caper Monterey Stockcar
    Caterham Seven Classic
    Caterham Superlight R500
    Caterham SP/300R
    Ford Capri Zakspeed Gr.5
    Ford Escort RS1600
    Ford Focus RS
    Ford Mustang Boss 302R1
    Ford Mustang Cobra SCCA TransAm
    Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Gr.A
    Formula Gulf 1000
    Ginetta G40 Junior
    Ginetta G55 GT3
    Ginetta G55 GT4
    Gumpert Apollo S
    Lotus 49 Cosworth
    Lotus 72D Cosworth
    Lotus 78 Cosworth
    Lotus 98T Renault
    Marek RP219D LMP2
    Marek RP339h (PM 06a) LMP1
    McLaren 12C
    McLaren 12C GT3
    McLaren P1
    Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evo2 DTM
    Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.8 AMG
    Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG
    Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
    Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X FQ400
    Oreca 03 Nissan
    Pagani Huayra
    Pagani Zonda R
    Palmer Jaguar JP-LM
    Radical SR3 RS
    Radical SR8 RX
    Renault Clio Cup
    Renault MÈgane R.S. 265
    Ruf CTR3
    Ruf RGT-8
    Ruf RGT-8 GT3
    RWD P20 LMP2
    RWD P30 LMP1
    SMS Formula A
    SMS Formula B
    SMS Formula C
    SMS Formula Rookie
    SMS Kart 125cc (Kart01)
    SMS Superkart 250cc (Kart02)

    Limited Edition

    Sauber C9 Mercedes
    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe DTM
    McLaren F1
    Ford Mk. IV
    BMW M1 Procar (E26/1)

    Modified Car Pack (Free DLC)

    Ariel Atom Mugen
    Ruf CTR3 SMS-R
    Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster

  • You can Now Pre-load Wolfenstein The Old Blood

    wolfenstein the old bloodWolfenstein The Old Blood is finally set to release next week, and to anticipate for the launch of The New Order sequel, preloading has now been opened up for the game. The Old Blood will be releasing on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on May 5, so if you do purchase the digital version you should be able to switch on your console and start downloading today.

    If you still haven't purchased the game but want the best deal, you should consider picking up The Old Blood for the PlayStation 4 as it is currently on sale for $18. Both the Xbox One and PC versions of The Old Blood are available online for $20.

    Unfortunately, The Old Blood isn't going to sit quietly on your system. The Xbox One version of The Old Blood will weigh in at a huge 37.14 GB, whilst the Steam version will need at least 38GB of free space on your hard drive for it to install. The PS4 pre order page oddly lists The Old Blood as requiring just 10.2MB in space, but this seems more like a mistake than an accurate estimate.

    Whilst The Old Blood is a standalone game, it still uses a lot of the same assets from The New Order. The Old Blood is a prequel to the first new Wolfenstein title, and it will come with a new weapon, a nazi zombies mode and some more content.

  • More Black Ops 3 Details Released, Including Supported Platforms

    black ops 3 detailsIf you didn't know already, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is coming this year, and it's looking it could completely change a lot about the previous games in the franchise.

    The latest trailer has released more details about Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, including a release date and the supported platforms that the game will run on. As you can expect, Black Ops 3 will only be available for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, so there will not be any support for the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3.

    Black Ops 3 will be releasing on November 6 worldwide, but players are given the chance to play it a little earlier. If you pre-order Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 you will be given access to a multiplayer beta.

    There will be a beta for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, so you'll be able to give the beta a try no matter what platform you play on. Unfortunately neither Treyarch or Activision has given a date on the multiplayer beta, but it can't be that far away considering that the full game will be released near the end of this year.

    In more news it has been revealed that the multiplayer in Black Ops 3 will be undergoing some interesting changes. Players will no longer be playing as a standard soldier. Instead they will be forced to choose between certain specialists, all of which have their own unique abilities or weapon loadouts.

  • Project Cars Will Have 110 Race Tracks on Launch Day

    project carsSlightly Mad Studios has just released a bunch of information about Project Cars in anticipation for it's launch next month. According to the development team, Project Cars will come with 30 different locations and there will be 110 different courses spread out across these locations.

    All of the locations and race tracks in Project Cars have been based on places in the real world, and from what we've seen so far Slightly Mad Studios has done a good job to replicate these locations using incredible detail.

    Whilst a lot of the race tracks are unique spots, some tracks are slight variations of the same race course. For example, the Sakito circuit in Japan has four layouts including GP, National, International and Sprint. Each of these layouts count as a separate track out of the 110 tracks that will be in the base game when Project Cars launches.

    It's surprising that Project Cars has been delayed so many times since it was first announced but this new information about the game comes as an extra confirmation that the latest release date is final.

    Project Cars is now set to release on May 8 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Slightly Mad Studios has also talked about releasing a version for the Wii U but we have not heard anything about this for quite some time now. It's likely we may hear more about the Wii U once the launch for the other consoles has come out of the gate.

  • Mortal Kombat X 1.02 Patch Fixes Bugs

    mortal kombat x 1.02For the most part Mortal Kombat X has been released without too many problems but it seems nowadays you can't have a game release without some kind of bugs or issues. Fortunately, NetherRealm Studios has been working round the clock to ensure everything is as smooth as possible.

    Recently, the 1.02 patch was applied to Mortal Kombat for the PC, Xbox One and PS4 and it brings a number of changes and bug fixes to the game.

    Perhaps the biggest noticeable changes to Mortal Kombat X in 1.02 are some tweaks to general gameplay and certain character’s move sets. Below the major game changes have been listed.

    General - Throws (regular or command grabs) will no longer sometimes connect on a grounded reacting opponent off a counter hit

    Shinnok (Impostor) - He can now control the location of a stolen Goro Stomp.

    Subzero (Grandmaster) - Combos on a grounded opponent frozen by the Ice Klone will now scale properly.

    Takeda (Ronin) - Added a new move "Quick Kall" (Down, Towards, Front Punch) which quickly returns a dropped blade without doing an attack.

    Takeda (Shirai Ryu) – He will now always teleport to the other side when doing the Air Shirai Ryu Port

    On top of the changes to gameplay, NetherRealm Studios gave out a free Klassic Sub-Zero skin to all players to say thank you for putting up with the few launch issues. The PC version also received a number of unique fixes for online lag and performance problems.

  • Rainbow Six Siege Beta Registration Available

    rainbow six siege betaIf you're interested in trying out the new Rainbow Six game before it is released, you may want to go and head over to the Ubisoft website, as registration for the upcoming beta has officially opened.

    The beta will be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC, unlike the previous alpha test that was exclusively for PC players. Whilst there are no details on how many players will get the chance to play the Rainbow Six Siege beta, there is certainly a limited number of spaces available, and players can increase their chances by answering certain questions on the registration page.

    The registration page asks players about their experience with games in the past, as well as details about their rig if they are playing on PC, and general questions you'd expect to see from a closed beta registration.

    Whilst this is an option for players to try Rainbow Six Siege without buying the game, players can also pre-order to get 100% guaranteed access into the beta. So far, no details have been given on when the beta test will happen, how long it will last for, and whether it will be only beta or if it will be the first in a series of betas.

    Just like the beta launch date, the actual release of Rainbow Six Siege is not yet set in stone, but it's likely that the upcoming alpha and beta tests will help Ubisoft to determine how long they'll need to finish up the game ready for release.

  • Details Revealed for Wolfenstein The Old Blood

    wolfenstein the old bloodThis week Bethesda has straight up announced a brand new prequel to Wolfenstein the New Order. The prequel will be a standalone game, as opposed to DLC content, and it has been named Wolfenstein: The Old Blood.

    As with The New Order, The Old Blood will put players in the shoes of B.J. Blazkowics as he fights his way through the game's Nazi antagonists. In the first mission, players will find themselves in Castle Wolfenstein, and they will be instructed to kill a maniacal prison warden.

    The second mission will then take place in Wilfburg, where B.J. Blazkowics will come face to face with "obsessed Nazi archaeologist" who is exhuming mysterious artifacts that threaten to unleash a dark and ancient power.

    The standalone prequel will only include the two missions listed above, so it's definitely a very short experience, so it's odd that Bethesda did not decide to offer it as part of an expansion to The New Order.

    Wolfenstein The Old Blood is set to release on May 5, 2015 as a digital download for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game will cost $20. PlayStation 4 and PC retail copies of the game will be releasing one week after the digital launch, but there seems to be no plans to launch a retail copy for Xbox One. Do you think it's fair for Bethesda to offer a standalone expansion like this at a large portion of the cost of a full game?

  • Fable Legends Will be a Free to Play Title

    fable legends free to playIn a new announcement, Lionhead Studios have announced that Fable Legends will actually be releasing for free on both Windows 10 for PC and the Xbox One. The game will follow a free to play pricing model, allowing players to play for free, but charging for certain in-game items or features.

    This announcement comes as a bit of a surprise, as this is the first time Lionhead have mentioned the game will not have a price tag. In a similar vein to League of Legends, players will be given a free weekly rota of Heroes to play as, and each week the free Heroes will change.

    If players like a certain Hero, they can purchase them to play with indefinitely. Players will be able to use real money to purchase the Heroes, or they can accumulate in-game currency to spend on the Heroes.

    When it comes to playing the Villain, players will be given all of the Villain's mobs and traps for free, but they will only be able to use each trap and mob designed for each mission. If a mob has been designed for a mission, and you would like to use it on another mission, you will need to unlock that mob by spending real money or in-game currency on it.

    Another monetization feature includes loot crates that contain random items. These can once again be purchased by both currencies. I think by the sounds of it, Fable Legends could be very balanced in terms of pay to win potential, but we'll have to see how it plays out once it has been released.

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