It was announced not too long ago that Disney cancelled Disney Infinity altogether.Now reports have been coming in as to what Disney was going to do with the fourth game and more.
There has been no shortage of bugs present in Homefront: The Revolution, but next week the game will be getting a patch that fixes one of its biggest ones.Developer Dambuster studios has announced that the game-breaking bug that has been impacting a “relatively small number” of PlayStation 4 gamers is close to completion.
Those on PS4 have been left waiting though, with the promise that the feature would hit some time this month.Today Bethesda has confirmed it, saying that Fallout 4 mods on PS4 have been officially delayed.
PC headsets are already out, and consoles are following suit with the PlayStation VR and Xbox One’s Project Scorpio.However, Nintendo has been a bit quiet on the technology, with nothing official announced, and no real plans.
Going into E3, we heard rumors that a PS4 exclusive Spider-Man game would be announced, though the big surprise came during the Sony conference when it was revealed that Insomniac Games was the developer.Since that announcement, they’ve been really good at answering questions about the game on Twitter and sadly it doesn’t seem like we’ll be getting to try the game anytime soon.
While we’ve known since last Summer that Shenmue 3 is officially happening, to this day we’re still getting new announcements regarding who is involved with the project and how things are going.We got a new update regarding the development of the game on Kickstarter recently, and this one revealed that the original game’s director has returned to help with the third one.
A new update for Pokemon Go has been released on both Android and iOS devices.The patch notes are exactly the same and some big changes have been made.
We are excited to officially be putting Pokémon GO in the hands of our Latin American fans, visitors, and the Olympic athletes in Rio!We have been hearing the feedback loud and clear about the removal of the Battery Saver mode on iOS devices.
It’s no secret just how much of a massive success that Pokemon Go has been on mobile devices, but this new stat that has just been released really puts things in perspective.It has now been revealed that the popular AR app has generated $200 million in its first month alone, which easily beats the big first-month numbers held by other popular apps like Clash Royale and Candy Crush Soda Saga.
experience that we were never able to get due to Konami cancelling the game, which lead to a Kickstarter campaign that was cancelled after the game received a publisher.He said that “I’m actually really happy to be able to announce that [Allison Road] will continue.