For anyone who might have missed it, a gameplay overview video for Marvel’s Avengers was released a few days back.
The game, which follows Marvel’s Spider-Man as the next big superhero title, is a third-person action-adventure game in which you’ll get to play as multiple Avengers while experiencing a brand new story created for the game.
Continue below for much more info on Marvel’s Avengers and to check out the gameplay overview video.
One of the very best decisions that console makers Microsoft and Sony have made, is to offer free games to those who are members of their Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus programs each month. Hundreds of dollars worth of games for free each year. It makes the pill that is having to pay to play (online) much, much easier to swallow.
The four free games being offered to Xbox Live Gold members for Games With Gold in November 2019 have been revealed, and you can see what they are below along with information on each of the four titles.
We still have a couple of weeks of waiting before developer Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order arrives, but publisher Electronic Arts has released a launch trailer for the game a little early.
Following the execution of Order 66, the game sees you playing as a Padawan named Cal Kestis who’s on a mission to help rebuild the Jedi Order while also fighting to survive those in the Empire who wish to see him dead.
Continue below for much more info on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and to check out the launch trailer.
Back in March we saw an announcement trailer for Moons of Madness, a Lovecraftian cosmic horror game which is set on Mars. Now a launch trailer has been released to mark its arrival…at least on one platform.
In the game you play as a technician stationed on a base that’s been built on Mars. When strange things begin happening, you’re only option is to go about your duties. And even when these strange things grow more and more terrifying, and you’re left wondering if it’s real or just in your head, you can only investigate what’s happening. Stuck on another planet. Millions of miles from Earth.
You can find more info on Moons of Madness, the launch trailer, and a bonus gameplay teaser and 12-minute gameplay demo below.
One month ago a new trailer for The Last of Us Part II was released, and with it came the announcement of a February 21, 2020 release date.
But as it turns out, they jumped the gun a little on that release date. It’s now been decided that developer Naughty Dog needs a little bit more time to polish the game, and have pushed back its release a few months. You can read the full announcement below.