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Forza Motorsport 5: Launch Trailer

The Forza Motorsport 5 Launch Trailer features a huge variety of cars perfectly recreated in stunning 1080p resolution and 60fps. This game seems jam packed with some insane action…..and as they themselves put it–“it’s the Definitive Racing Experience Only Possible On Xbox One”…    

Call of Duty: Ghosts hits $1 billion on launch day

Activision revealed two  days ago that  Call of Duty: Ghosts generated $1 billion in worldwide revenue on launch day. Activision made clear in its announcement that it “sold more than $1 billion of Call of Duty: Ghosts into retail stores worldwide as of day one,”  which technically means that this figure is based on the units sold to retailers and not on the number of units that ended up going to a consumer. In comparison to previous installments of the game, Call of Duty: Black Ops II took 15 days to reach $1 billion in sales, however this figure included units sold to consumers and not only to retailers. After referring to data from Microsoft, Activision also revealed that Call of Duty: Ghosts has moved to the top spot on Xbox Live as the most-played game this week. Activisio...

Steam Machine Prototype to be paired with Metro: Last Light

Game publisher Deep Silver has announced that the Steam Machine prototypes which are scheduled to be sent out later this year are  bundled with a copy of the first-person shooter game, Metro: Last Light. In September, Valve asked Steam users interested in beta testing its new hardware to register through Steam by completing various steps, such as playing a game in Big Picture mode and joining a certain group.So out of all those who completed those necessary steps, 300 were chosen to receive the prototype hardware, which consists of both PC hardware designed for use with a television in a living room-type setting and the Steam Controller. One of the primary goals with the controller is to make something suitable for all types of PC games; hence by including a copy of Last Light, beta tester...

Assassin’s Creed series might never take place in present day

Following the release of their tribute to the pirate life, a handful of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag developers took to Reddit and addressed a few burning questions from fans. They avoided addressing where Ubisoft would take the series post-Black Flag, but that didn’t stop them from sharing where they thought the series wasn’t going. Lead Writer Darby McDevitt had a hard time believing Ubisoft would set an entire AC game in the present. “I doubt we would do a modern day AC,” he writes. “There are just too many mechanics we would have to develop to make it believable… vehicles, plausible modern cities, a huge array of ranged weapons, etc. The modern day will most likely remain as a ‘context’ for all future games, something to tie them all together.” McDevitt also ...

COD: Ghosts Cutscene Copied From Modern Warfare 2?

A cutscene from Call of Duty: Ghosts  has been discovered which is pretty much a shot-for-shot remake of the ending of Modern Warfare 2. Many were quick to assume that Infinity Ward was slothful while making the game but there is a high possibility that the scene was intended as an homage to the earlier game considering that MW2’s Simon ‘Ghost’ Riley provided a lot of inspiration for the team when creating Ghosts. Do watch this video, but beware of minor spoilers. Source: IGN

4 Reasons To Snub Xbox One & PS4 ;)

It’s a pretty exciting time to be a gamer right now. The last couple of months have seen the battlefield getting all set for the clash of the titans as Sony and Microsoft get ready to take the leap onto the next generation of consoles this Month. With the release of these new consoles comes a new era of graphical abilities that are sure to stun and astound us just as the capabilities of the PS3 and Xbox 360 knocked us for six all those years ago. Exciting times indeed. However, despite all the excitement around for the next-gen bandwagon that is all set to roll out this month at a lot of places across the globe (to be released in India early next year), there are several reasons why the “current gen” consoles are still worth sticking with. 1. Backward Compatibility Neither the Xbox One or ...

Official Call of Duty: Ghosts Live-Action Trailer – “Epic Night Out”

The official Call of Duty: Ghosts live action trailer, directed by James Mangold and featuring Megan Fox, follows four buddies on the trip of a lifetime through Las Vegas and beyond. Call of Duty: Ghosts arrives globally on November 5th, 2013.    

DLC Maps for Battlefield 4 released

Microsoft and EA have released their four multiplayer maps that are set to feature in Battlefield 4’s Second Assault DLC. This upcoming expansion pack will have four Battlefield 3 maps re-done using Frostbite 3 and a few modifications made to include new features. The maps are as follows- Operation Firestorm, Operation Metro, Caspian Border and Gulf of Oman. Second Assault is the first of five Battlefield 4 expansions due for release by the summer of 2014 and is scheduled to come out on Xbox One on November 22 and other platforms at a later date. The other expansions are December’s China Rising, Naval Strike, Dragon’s Teeth and Final Stand. They can be pre-purchased as part of a £40 / $50 Battlefield Premium subscription offering. Xbox 360, PS3 and PC versions of Battlefield 4 releas...

Gran Turismo 6 takes players to the Moon

The Gran Turismo series is widely known to be the first to really think out of the box, by introducing the weirdest prototypes and ‘things-on-wheels’ to drive. GT6 is living up to their reputation by taking things another step further by allowing gamers to drive the Lunar Rover, or in other words a car made for driving on the moon. This is the new concept trailer presenting the latest information about Gran Turismo 6 which only is now a month away from releasing on December 6 and  December 5th in Asian regions. P.S- Wanna skip to the moon part, head on over to 2:30  

5 things you did not know about Call Of Duty

Call of Duty: Ghosts will be available from tomorrow on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PS4 (strangely, considering the console itself doesn’t come out until the end of the month) and PC. It will also hit Xbox One on 19 November and its release marks the tenth anniversary of the hugely successful franchise. The original Call of Duty was released on 29 October 2003 and was developed by Infinity Ward, the same studio behind the latest in the series. It was set in World War II, as were more immediate sequels, and initially came out for the PC – a Mac version followed and Xbox Live and PSN both offered HD versions for download in 2009. To celebrate the anniversary and the release of Ghosts, we present some tasty nuggets read on to know more 🙂 Call of Duty developers hate cars Activision rele...

Microsoft gets ready to take on Google Glass

Microsoft is desperately working towards giving Google stiff competition in the augmented reality section by collaborating with partners to create“web-connected eyewear” that would serve as a Google Glass competitor. Rumors are going around that Microsoft is testing prototypes and “has asked several component makers in Asia to supply cameras and other key components for eyewear prototypes.” A few months back, Microsoft tried its hand with other “beyond the television” gaming experiences such as Illumiroom, however the technology was too expensive. But for the time being, the Microsoft eyewear remains a rumor. Other companies like Sony said that they would be testing a headset of its own, and other recent competitors include the soon-to-be-4K Oculus Rift and the CastAR system from ex-Valve ...

Xbox One to run Audio CD Playback and DLNA Streaming

Microsoft has revealed that the Xbox One is capable of both playing audio CDs and DLNA streaming, two distinct features which distinguish it from PlayStation 4 and possibly gives it an edge over the neck and neck competition between these two rivals of the gaming world. A Sony FAQ published regarding PlayStation 4 published that the PS4 lacked some music-related functionality — virtually, that it can’t play audio CDs or MP3s and lacks a music visualizer and DLNA support. Feedback from gamers about this issue has caused Sony to start “exploring possibilities” regarding this. These issues brought the Penny Arcade Report to ask Microsoft about whether these features are supported on Xbox One. Microsoft replied saying  Xbox One will offer audio CD playback and DLNA comp...


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