Gears of War 4 Revealed

Microsoft is making a big comeback, and it doesn’t get bigger than Gears of War. In this first reveal, the game showcases the power of the Xbox One. The game itself looks amazing, both visually and in terms of gameplay. For more E3 updates stay tuned at Gaming Central. Be sure to check out all the E3 round-ups right here.


The juggernauts are finally starting to flex their muscles for their big E3 showings. Yesterday night, we finally got confirmation that Fallout 4 is in the works. With Bethesda planning on having their own conference this year, it’s a safe bet that more of the game will be shown off sooner rather than later. If we are lucky, it may even be playable. Even thinking about the possibilities sends shivers down my spine. Fortunately, that wasn’t the only big news coming out today, there is also more information the new Gears of War title will be at E3 this year in some form. Black Tusk is no more. Don’t freak out though, only the name has been relinquished. Rod Fergusson, head of the studio formerly known as Black Tusk, announced that the name The Coalition has now been adopted. In the message a...

New Xbox One Controller?

One of Microsoft’s E3 surprises may have been spoiled. The company’s own Xbox Support website reveals a new version of the Xbox One controller that features a 3.5mm headphone port at its base. A line from the description explains that this port will “only available on controllers released after June 2015.” This timing would suggest an announcement at Microsoft’s E3 briefing next month, though this has not been confirmed. It’s also unclear if a 3.5mm port is just one of the rumored controller’s new features. The new controller design, in terms of form factor, is identical to the existing controller. This would be the first change to the Xbox One controller since launch in November 2013. Controller revisions are somewhat rare in console gaming, thoug...

No Man’s Sky To Take You 5 Billion Years To Explore

Creators of  No Man’s Sky weren’t fooling around when they revealed that every aspect of their massive space exploration game was procedurally generated. To add to that, cofounder of Hello Games Sean Murray said that the total number of planets generated makes visiting them all virtually impossible–unless you can continuously respawn for 5 billion years. In an interview with IGN, Murray revealed that the team had been using a 32-bit number to help code for every planet in the in-game universe. This created a total that would take around 5,000 years to see in its entirety, but they seems unhappy with this level of depth and detail–so decided to make it a 64-bit set up. As a result, No Man’s Sky will feature 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 worlds. That’s 18 qui...

Check Out This Short Titanfall Film

During Gamescon 2014, the latest episode of Titanfall: Free the Frontier was released. It is a live-action short film based on Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall. And its pretty insane, just like the game. Free the Frontier was originally released by Respawn shortly before Titanfall‘s release in March by putting out a brief teaser at the time; and coming out with a longer footage at E3. The studio collaborated with Toronto-based visual effects house Playfight and director William Chang to produce Free the Frontier, and you can see a behind-the-scenes breakdown of the process of making the E3 video here. Today’s video continues past the spot the E3 clip ended. This time, our hero jumps into a Titan of his own, and carnage ensues.

Assassin’s Creed Unity E3 2014 World Premiere Cinematic Trailer

By far one of the best trailers I’ve seen, just brilliant. If it were a trailer for a movie, I’d book tickets immediately. Set in 18th Century France, Assassin’s Creed Unity puts gamers right in the midst of the uproar of the French bourgeois retaliation. The game tells the story of Arno and the Brotherhood of Assassins as they struggle to uncover the dark forces manipulating the French Revolution. One of the main attractions of the game is the free-running option which allows you to virtually take on any obstacle that comes your way. So take to the streets, the rooftops, and the catacombs beneath the city alone or with up to three friends in the brand new co-op mode to make history and leave your mark on the French Revolution. Assassin’s Creed Unity is the next-gen...

Playable demonstration, new trailer for Hideo Kojima’s magnum opus at E3

Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. has announced that it will premiere a live gameplay presentation of the highly anticipated METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event in Los Angeles. E3 is the focal point of the interactive entertainment industry, taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center between June 10th – 12th. Located at Booth #701, KONAMI will host a series of presentations by invitation only that will mark the first in-depth demonstration of Hideo Kojima’s latest, and most ambitious, addition to the METAL GEAR SOLID universe.  Concluding the METAL GEAR SOLID V experience, METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN focuses on the hero of the series, Snake, and follows the events of the recently released prologue, METAL GEAR SO...

Assassin’s Creed Unity Poster at E3 Portray 4 Characters

A huge ass Assassin’s Creed poster covers one of the walls of the Los Angeles Convention Center–the site of next week’s E3— and it shows what seems to us to be four different assassins. We also see the tall tower from the game’s teaser trailer. What does this mean then? A report from a while back suggested that Assassin’s Creed Unity would feature four-player co-op. And another report that mentioned Assassin’s Creed Unity would have a co-op mode and that it would be revealed at E3. Assassin’s Creed Unity launches this holiday season for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. In addition to Assassin’s Creed Unity, Ubisoft is rumored to be working on another Assassin’s Creed game,subtitled Comet, for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This game ...

Photos On How to Replace the PS4 Hard Drive

Sony had confirmed at E3 that the PlayStation 4 would give owners the option to remove and upgrade the built-in hard drive, and now they’ve shown us how. PC enthusiast websiteComputer Bild has put up detailed photos of the PS4’s removable housing and HDD tray. According to the post, it seems like the hard drive is placed underneath the glossy exterior panel on top of the device which can be removed via torx screwdriver. Like the PS3, the system uses a 2.5″ laptop hard drive, which should enable users to upgrade the system with a solid state drive, provided they’re willing to go through the trouble and incur the expense.     Source: IGN

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