I remember back in the old AOL days and playing BattleTech Solaris VII – which can be arguably the precursor to the MechWarrior franchise. It was created by a small studio named Kesmai Studios and then it was purchased by Electronic Arts (EA) and subsequently shutdown.
Basically robots duke it out on the battlefield. Up to 4 players can take on the game’s central campaign. You have an AI team unless you have IRL people to take the AI spots.
I liked BattleTech back then – it was simple and straightforward. It seems that Piranha is of the same thought recently. They appear to be returning back to the roots of the genre by possibly including a single [...]
Maybe you were 14 when you setup your Sony PlayStation network name: XXxKillerZergerxXX and now that you are a decade older and more refined you realize that name really doesn’t suit you anymore. Changing your network name hasn’t been a possibility and was permanent once you created it.
However, in a recent interview at PlayStation Experience, Sony’s Shawn Layden said that he’d like to have a name change option available sometime in 2018.
The reason why name changes haven’t been available prior to now was because it giving rise to possible trolling and griefing. This could be prevented by implementing a system like Ebay has for example. [...]
Developed by Ubisoft, Steep: Road to Olympics takes you along a snowy and thrilling path towards the Pyeongchang Olympics 2018. Top talents like Julia Marino (professional snowboarder), Gus Kenworthy (Olympic Silver Medialist), and even Olympic Gold Medalist, Bode Miller ramp up the excitement for the title with their tales on what it takes to be a part of the Olympic Team.
The is a certain atmosphere that is different. It is either all, or nothing. I want to win so I am willing to risk everything. Lindsey Vonn
The original Steep was to allow free exploration of snow packed mountains and more and it sold itself on that but fell short. The newest expansion, Road to [...]
We probably don’t need to tell you that the Soul series, including the very first Soul Edge, was only available on consoles and arcades. That is all about to change with the latest announcement from Brandi Namco. This time around they are tackling the PC platform and taking a cue from several large publishers that have found success migrating over to PC.
SoulCalibur VI is a different beast from those previous series. It will reveal some new weapons, add some additional mechanics, characters, and of course the story line. One new mechanic Brandi Namco is touting is called “Reversal Engine” which in essence is a counter to an opponents [...]