South Park: The Fractured but Whole isn't out until 17th October but we already have a list of downloadable content (DLC) that will be coming for the game over the coming months and that will be included with the season pass. The DLC will be as follows:
Danger Deck - Doctor Timothy's Danger deck will be the ultimate challenge of combat. Players will be able to unlock exclusive costumes and artefacts. This DLC will be available in December 2017.
Monster Energy are well know for their energy drinks as well as their sponsorships. Almost everyone now a days knows the iconic black can with a ripped green M. They're also very well know for the sponsoring of extreme sports and of course for e-sports. Now Monster Energy want to take a step into gaming and have partnered with Feld Entertainment and Milestone to create their very own video game.
If you are a fan of the Monster Hunter series then you have probably heard about its long overdue move onto consoles next year.
Monster Hunter World brings the experience onto consoles and they have used that new power to develop a potential game of the year. For those of you who don't know the series, imagine you're JRPG style characters, large areas to explore, massive crafting system for weapons, armour and items and yourself a Monster Hunter game. The series originally started on PlayStation 2 but moved to PSP and then 3DS in more recent years. However Monster Hunter World looks to bring a whole new set of features and improvements.
For those of you out there who love a city building simulator Cities: Skylines is likely top of your list. Since the 21st April we have been able to enjoy this incredible title on our Xbox One and when it released After Dark came ready built in. Since then we've had nothing new for our fair cities but that is about to change. Paradox Interactive has today announced after time to settle in, not one but seven Download content (DLC) packs to come for Cities: Skylines Xbox One Edition kicking off with Snowfall on 17th November.
To once again step through the barrier of reality and encounter the twisted and dark part of the human mind, the part the makes you feel itchy and uncomfortable when encountering something you know you should not be. This is the feeling the creators of The Evil Within 2 have worked so hard to achieve, to create an experience truly uncomfortable and yet compelling.
The game came out of nowhere at this years Bethesda E3 conference and took the audience on a fantastic journey with its outstanding trailer. The team at Tango Gameworks and the legendary Shinji Makami have once again delivered a game that is not only dark and twisted, but pretty and graphically brilliant.