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Dead Rising 3 to be bigger than 1 & 2 combined

Dead Rising 3’s world is said to be larger than the first two games combined, according to a report from the Financial Post  Capcom Vancouver representatives also mentioned that players are more likely to use vehicles to move around the massive gaming environment for about 50% of the time. Executive Producer, Josh Bridge, said that next generation hardware is making a bigger, more seamless world possible. And this also means that Dead Rising 3 will not have any loading screens between areas. “We wanted to go truly open-world this time around. No more load screens,” said Bridges. “With the biggest world that we’ve been able to make, with loads of zombies.” Release Date for Dead Rising 3 is set for November 22 on Xbox One. Source: gamespot

Revealed: Battlefield 4’s PC system requirements

EA Digital Illusions CE is gearing up for Battlefield 4’s release, and a tweet on the official Battlefield Twitter account today revealed the upcoming first-person shooter’s PC requirements. Players will need at least Windows Vista SP2, though EA recommends Windows 8. The developer also suggests 8 GB of RAM and a six-core AMD processor or an Intel four-core processor for the 30 GB game. You can get all the details in the image below. For more on Battlefield 4, which is headed to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Windows PC, you can check out our coverage of a recent development update chronicling the game’s weapon customization options.

GTA V Map Leaked

For those GTA enthusiasts who are all like-” I’m gonna wait till the game comes out to see what all it has in it”, I am warning you now itself…LOOK AWAY NOW! This is a fairly detailed map that has somehow leaked. We know that this game has a huge environment and that it is bigger than previous editions of GTA, but this does help us estimate the area of the game better. Here’s the map…   Source: IGN

3 Insanely Difficult Video games

This weekend while clearing up my cupboard I came across one truly awesome gadget J Yes my old 8 bit gaming device and nostalgia struck whether it was those endless sessions of Supermario bros or the albeit silly but fun Duck Hunt. There is something which attracts all of us to retro games, maybe it is the novelty factor or maybe the sheer simplicity of graphics and gameplay. Looking back at the golden generation of gaming we’ve compiled a list of 3 insanely difficult video games. I am sure you guys must have played most of them. Do share your thoughts in the comments below. Contra Like most retro entries on this list, Contra doesn’t respect you from the very beginning, which makes for a highly turbulent and frustrating relationship from day one. Poised as a Rambo-like maverick, your...

Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD Confirmed for 2014 by Ubisoft

Usbisoft has confirmed that Vita spin-off Assassin’s Creed II: Liberation will come out on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in 2014. Original Developer Ubisoft Sofia is undertaking the HD re-release and Ubisoft say that the visuals of Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD have been updated to feature new shaders and improved textures and that all the animation has been improved. The touchscreen elements have been taken out and the game will feature 15 new missions. The remaining missions have been done up again based on player feedback an Ubisoft adds that the game’s free-running has been improved. The game’s HD remake was first heard of last week when a screen of Ubisoft logos leaked online. Along with Libertation HD, the company also confirmed Assassin’s Creed: Pirates for iOS and Android device...

Call of Duty vs. Battlefield is good for Gamers

The ongoing struggle between Call of Duty and Battlefield for the top spot in the first-person shooter sector is a positive for the industry, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau told CVG in a new interview from Gamescom. Gibeau was asked if Battlefield 4 can outsell Call of Duty: Ghosts, to which he said his company’s game will attempt to “lap” Activision’s thanks to new services and innovation. It’s a competition and we feel really good about Battlefield 4, and we have an old saying at EA which is ‘transition is our friend’, and we’re going to try to lap them with new technology, new innovation, and new capabilities. So do I think we’re going to do better than last time? Absolutely. – Frank Gibeau, President, EA labels Gibeau said w...

Final Fantasy XIV PS3 upgrade to PS4 is free

Square Enix has announced that whoever buys Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn on PlayStation 3 need not have to purchase the game again to play it on PlayStation 4. All character data and records will be carried over, which means that gamers will be able to continue with all the progress they’ve made on the current consoles on to the PS4 when it launches next year. The company has also announced that the beta testing for the PS4 version of the game will start late February next year. Game Director, Naoki Yoshida also confirmed that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will support remote play on Vita. Source: IGN

Sony Reveal PS Vita TV

Sony have revealed a lot of stuff at its pre-TGS press conference, and other than the PS Vita redesign, the most surprising aspect had to be the unveiling of the piece of Vita-related hardware. This newest addition is called PS Vita TV, and what it does is let you play Vita games on your T.V…..and some other cool stuff as well. PS Vita TV is a really small piece of hardware, not much larger than a deck of cards. The dimensions are- 6c, by 10cm, and its easily the smallest PlayStation hardware ever. The main idea of the PS Vita TV is to let gamers play Vita games on a big screen using a DualShock 3 controller, but not only that. While this device has card slots for Vita games, and accepts Vita memory cards, it will also let you use video streaming services such as Hulu. It also allows...

Battlefiel 4: Weapons Customization option

DICE are really making this one count and are really raising the bar for FPS’. The firearm options have been expanded in Battlefield 4, providing soldiers with a variety of customization options for the weapons. To get a fair idea of how much DICE has done with this aspect and worked to improve the game, the amount of accessories has tripled for each gun plus each firearm has an increased amount of accessory slots now. A single assault rifle has the potential for 240,000 different set-ups in Battlefield 4. There are also many camouflage patterns to choose from, with 16 different sub-options for each pattern. There’s even adaptive camouflage that changes depending on the map you’re playing on. Snipers too have a variety of options to go through. Stuff like expanded scopes and th...

Sony responsible for Elder Scrolls coming out on consoles

According to Sony, the upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game The Elder Scrolls Online was not originally made for consoles. VP of publisher and developer relations at SCEA, Adam Boyes told Game Informer  that the a console version of the online game was only brought into the picture after Sony and Bethesda met on various occasions to discuss the idea. “That game was never planned to come to consoles,” Boyes said. “And we just kind of kept sitting with [Bethesda] and being like, ‘Why not?'” “They’re like, ‘We’re not planning it,'” he added. “And I’m like, ‘Well, what if we built a plan that we could do that?'” Sony was the one that kindled this interest that led to Bethesda to consider brin...

4 Single Player Facts we learned about GTA V

We are less than two weeks away from arguably one of the biggest video game launches in the medium’s history with GTA V, we delve into some facts which we believe can make it awesome. Detailed Gunplay Mechanics This is something that we observed through the numerous trailers, but it’s nice finally having some confirmation. If you are unaware, it’s overt that the shooting mechanics in GTA V are a hybrid between the mechanics found in Red Dead Redemption and Max Payne 3, which involve weapon wheels, basic cover, and similar aiming sway. That’s a wonderful thing too, considering both of those games received rave reviews. There are also lock-on options available for those wanting a less stressful experience and would prefer looking like a badass without much effort. The power of Land, Sea, Air...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Apocalypse DLC Release Date

Activision have made an official announcement stating that the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Apocalypse DLC is set to be released on the 26th of September on PC and PS3. Apocalypse is the fourth and final piece of downloadable content for Black Ops II which includes four additional maps. Two of them are new (Pod, set on a Cliffside in Taiwain, and Frost, set in a snow-covered European city) and the remaining two are based on previous Treyarch Call of Duty maps (Takeoff, based on Stadium from the original Black Ops and Dig, an updated version of Courtyard from World at War).   The most fascinating thing about Apocalypse is that it features ‘Origins‘. It puts players back into a World War I era in France, where they encounter the return of the four main heroes- Tank, Nikolai, Ta...

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