Initially unveiled in 2013, No Man's Sky has gone from impossible dream game about a virtually infinite universe to a very real and impending release.Since No Man's Sky is procedurally generated and not broken up by levels, the music will likewise change depending on what players do.
Sometimes we miss out on a game system, or it simply wasn’t on our radar until later on.Well, Modiphius hears you and is here to help with their Achtung!
This week on the Wrap Up we take a look at the things you really need to know about Uncharted 4, find out what'll happen when The Division's first big update arrives, and look at the last of Bungie's reveals for Destiny's big April overhaul.Seen something newsworthy?
If you'd like to earn instant acknowledgement from everyone who plays Dark Souls, and confusion or suspicion from everybody else, you'll want to check out Bandai Namco's new Dark Souls apparel.The clothing line features several designs on shirts, hoodies, and hats, and is the big announcement that the publisher teased on Twitter yesterday, if you've been waiting with bated breath.
Amiibo were introduced as a way to get more functionality and content out of Nintendo games, but many fans *cough* me *cough cough* have also taken to treating them more as collectibles to show off.There weren't many ways to really do that in a cool way however, until Nintendo unveiled these beautiful diorama kits.
In the Turin Market, goods are bought and sold often.It’s this back-and-forth that is represented in Turin Market, a new bidding game up on Kickstarter.
Another raid testing weekend is on its way, as well as the first Mythic raid bosses to be tested.While nothing has been set in stone, it looks like testing each weekend is becoming more common for Blizzard to implement on the Alpha servers.