Sudden Strike 4 sends you off on three extensive campaigns set among the battlefields of World War II.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the development of Overwatch's newest hero, Doomfist!
Superhot and its standalone expansion Superhot VR are coming to PS4 later this week, Sony has announced. They both arrive on the PlayStation Store on Friday, July 21 (July 18 in Australia, July 19 in Europe).
The base game had, until now, been exclusive to Xbox One and PC, while Superhot VR had only been available on Oculus RIft and HTC Vive. Each of the two games costs US $25 / £20 / AU $38, or you can grab them both as part of a double pack called the Mind is Software Bundle for US $40 / £33 / AU $60. PS Plus members can also pre-order them for 20% off until release day in each territory.
Sony says Superhot VR has been repurposed to fully support both PlayStation Move and standard DualShock controllers, as it previously required Oculus Touch controllers. Take a look at an E3 2017 trailer above.
We enjoyed the base game here at GameSpot, and critic Peter Brown called it a “clever game with deep, hidden elements.”
“After my first hour with Superhot,” he wrote, “I wasn't convinced ..
The series will air on Japanese magazine CoroCoro's YouTube channel.
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Will another standalone Hulk movie ever happen? The chances are slim to none, according to actor Mark Ruffalo. Speaking to Variety, Ruffalo said it comes down to the fact that Universal owns the rights to the character and they won't allow it to happen.
“I want to just make one thing perfectly clear today: A standalone Hulk movie will never happen,” the actor said. “Universal has the rights [for standalone Hulk movies], and for some reason, they don't know how to play well with Marvel. And, they don't want to make money.”
Don Cheadle was standing next to Ruffalo for the interview and he jokingly jabbed at Ruffalo for being too old to play Hulk anyway.
Later in the interview, Ruffalo confirmed that discussions did happen about a new standalone Hulk movie, but they didn't amount to anything. “We talked about it, but I don't see it in the cards.”
Universal has held the Hulk standalone movie rights dating back to the 2003 movie Hulk, which starred Eric Bana. Anothe..
Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, the Hunger Games-like PC shooter, has passed Grand Theft Auto V on the Steam concurrent user charts. It reached 382,561 concurrent users recently, pushing past the 360,761 that GTA V had when it launched in April 2015.
This information was shared directly from the developers on the game's Twitter feed (via GI.biz). Battlegrounds now has the fourth highest peak concurrent player count ever on Steam, only behind Fallout 4 (471,955), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (850,485), and Dota 2 (1.29 million). Check out the chart below to see the top 10 titles.
Again, your support of @PUBATTLEGROUNDS astounds me! We just surpassed GTAV & achieved the 4th highest peak player count on @steam_games <3 pic.twitter.com/UGtSJX3GYR
— PLAYERUNKNOWN (@BattleRoyaleMod) July 16, 2017Battlegrounds continues to be super-popular, of course. Right now, it's the No. 1 title on Steam's public Top Sellers chart, while it is behind only CS: GO and Dota 2 on Stea..
The Destiny 2 beta client received a big new update today. The client itself was up for pre-load last week, and the file size was less than 400 MB. Today's update, meanwhile, clocks in at 12.6 GB on PlayStation 4, suggesting it contains all of the beta's content.
You need to install the update if you want to play the Destiny 2 beta. As announced previously, the beta begins on July 18 at 10 AM PT on PS4 for pre-order customers. Xbox One pre-order members get in a day later, while everyone on console can play starting July 21. A beta for the PC version of Destiny 2 is also coming, but not until August.
In the D2 Beta, the Homecoming story mission will be open to all. The Strike and Crucible will require PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold. pic.twitter.com/rmQDC1OjfM
— Bungie (@Bungie) July 18, 2017Bungie also confirmed some further details on the paid/free status of the Destiny 2 beta. The Homecoming story mission is open to all players, while the Crucible and Strike will req..
Activision's Crash Bandicoot remaster package, the N. Sane Trilogy, continues to ride high. The latest weekly charts have been posted for Australia and New Zealand, showing that the PS4-exclusive N. Sane Trilogy was the best-selling game on the all-platforms physical charts for the week ended July 9. (Note: the charts came in late this week). The N. Sane Trilogy was also the best-selling game of the week last week in both markets.
In Australia, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Black Ops III, Grand Theft Auto V, and Overwatch rounded out the top five. For New Zealand, Grand Theft Auto V, Need for Speed, Tekken 7, and Star Wars: Battlefront made up the rest of the top five.
See below for the complete physical games sales charts for the week ended July 9, divided by platform and region. Note that these charts only account for physical game sales, not digital, so it may not be necessarily representative of total spend. The charts were supplied by the Interactive Games & Entertainment A..