You may have not have heard of The Surge if this is the first article you have seen on this site. Are you looking for a Souls fix? Finished all the DLC for Dark Souls 3 and missing a fix on Xbox One?
Well look no further. Focus Home interactive bring you The Surge a futuristic mech suit souls-esque game. Watch some of the combat trailers and you will see the mechanics of the souls game coming through. With a few extra tweaks, gathering parts to upgrade requires careful executions to remove limbs, lovely.
It's safe to say that The Walking Dead franchise has a grip on the world now. The TV show is still going strong and there a constant twists and turns throughout. The Walking Dead comics are growing in popularity too with the shows movement and Telltale Games capitalised with the incredible Telltale's The Walking Dead First Season. Characters from both the comic and TV have turned up and the game delivers a similar and enjoyable story twist with decisions that make the journey that more memorable.
And Telltale have announced another successor in the series in The New Frontier which looks to remind me of the end of Season 4 in the TV show. Take a look:
Lets all have a jolly Christmas; we will all hang our stockings, put up our trees and bludgeon an obscene amount of zombies until we are punch drunk on festive cheer.
Dead Rising 4 is available from today and you can purchase it without even leaving the house, simply purchase from the Microsoft Store. The game is set around Black Friday and a Zombie outbreak, return as series veteran Frank West as he undertakes his favourite past time and gets to the heart of the story.
Any fan of Final Fantasy has waited for this day. Final Fantasy XIII didn't like up to expectation but the reviews are coming in for Final Fantasy XV , and they look good. The graphics look amazing and the story of brotherhood has been told before, but with Final Fantasy, there will always be something else happening under the surface. There's a whole new combat system, fixed characters, an open world and musical scores by Florence and the Machine. Yes it sounds odd, but for a blockbuster franchise, it sounds like a very good recipe. And it's here, now.
Deus Ex has always been a focal point for games that push choices and make you think, with the up coming Mankind Divided the question might just mirrors social justice issues that are common in real life.
The question is something that Square Enix and Eidos have had to deal with in the build up the games release (which is at the end of this month). The issues of someone being objectified in society by the way they look or who they are, in Deus Ex the social issue is not about race, it is about human augmentation.