Fans have been waiting thirteen years for Kingdom Hearts III, and with the opening revealed, it now feels more official. With the first release of Hikaru Utada’s collaboration with Skrillex, the opening really shows how this will be the ending of the Xehanort Saga.
It is bitingly cold outside and the nights are drawing in and up and down the country, there is the slight hint of sleigh bells ringing. So, it is definitely time for Microsoft to warm us all up, which it is doing with it’s ‘Winter Of Arcade‘ promotion for XBox...
If you didn’t catch the Game Awards earlier this week then you might have completely missed the new Far Cry trailer. Due for release February 15th, 2019, the stand-alone sequel to Far Cry 5 might just make you sit up and take notice. From the new bad-ass villains and stunning world art to the epic soundtrack, this trailer is an impressive 3 minutes of teasers and cinematic cuts.
In 2018, Team Xbox added over 100 new titles to Backward Compatibility, bringing the full catalog to over 550 games – 57 of which are Xbox One X Enhanced. We’re taking a break for the holidays, but stay tuned for more BC news in January. Until then, we’ll see you on Xbox Live!
Sports games are not synonymous with innovation. Their annual release schedule typically guarantees that meaningful updates will be minimal, since a bulk of development time finds itself assigned to roster updates and new attires rather than big evolutions in gameplay. For developer Yuke’s, WWE’s rapidly-changing environment compounds this issue even further.
Following 2016’s Forza Horizon 3 and 2017’s Forza Motorsport 7 (Horizon‘s more race-track based cousin), Forza Horizon 4 takes us to the roads of a fictionalised version of Britain and allows the player to free roam a varied and picturesque map which, to be honest, looks a lot nicer than the real thing.
In recent years, we have seen the Call of Duty franchise making the headlines for better or for worse, particularly the latter when it comes to the likes of Advanced and Infinite Warfare. The last entry of WW2 was perhaps more of a case of playing it safe by returning to a familiar and popular setting for fans of the series, though Treyarch have now thrown caution to the wind and taken a massive gamble of their own with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Thankfully, it has paid off.