Bruce Campbell, Jon Bernthal, Bill Paxton and Rose McGowan return to take on the Exo Zombies one last time in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's "Reckoning" DLC.
For years, fans have been toiling away in Grand Theft Auto IV, creating homemade add-ons for the likes of Frozen, Batman, Superman, Captain America and more. However, the limitations of the previous entry became more and more obvious every year after its release. It took longer than expected for Rockstar Games to bring Grand Theft Auto V to the PC, but once the game arrived, it took little time for modders to let loose in the latest open world adventure from the fan-favorite developer. With GTA V came a bigger, more detailed sandbox to play in. The faux California setting also made it perfect for the return of Tony Stark and his alter ego, Iron Man. Thanks to JulioNIB, Iron Man and his MK III armor can now be used to wreak havoc on the streets of Los Santos. As you can see in the video, Iron Man isn't exactly welcome in the neighborhood The Families (Franklin's former gang) calls home. NPCs react to him with the proper indignation and lack of respect. You'd think people would learn by now not to diss a man in an armored suit, but sometimes you need to earn respect on the streets. With little provocation, Iron Man lets loose on some passing cars, showing off the brute strength added to the suit to make it more than just a cosmetic upgrade.
The narcissistic Spanish ninja dons the mask and claw once again in this new trailer for Street Fighter V.
None of Batman's closest friends and family have been with him nearly as long as dutiful butler Alfred Pennyworth. While the character has seen some action in the comics and animated ventures of the Dark Knight, the video game versions of the loyal servant have largely been portrayed as just that. Thankfully, one devoted Pennyworth fan set forth to buck that trend, and give the over-qualified major-domo a chance to shine. Though the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight is still rather borked, the time without a properly functioning game has given PC players a chance to fool around with the game's files. After learning how to insert non-playable characters into the fold, Batman Arkham Videos (via Polygon) was able to get Alfred himself in place of Bruce Wayne for much of Arkham Knight's action. "I've tried to edit some files in Batman: Arkham Knight and finally managed to play as Alfred Pennyworth," said the YouTube description. "His moveset is very limited, he cannot perform counter-attacks, environmental takedowns or dual takedowns, but he can still kick plenty of ass."
After being a hit with 5 million players worldwide, Psyonix has announced a new DLC pack for the sports-action game, Rocket League.
Playtonic Games is partnering with Team17 to launch its spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee.
The procedurally generated worlds of Corpse of Discovery might have some thinking of No Man's Sky, but we're in a much darker and grounded territory.
Firaxis has announced that the second annual Firaxicon will be heading to the Baltimore Convention Center in just a couple of months.
Almost three years after debuting on the Wii U, Ubisoft's first-person undead shooter, ZombiU, heads to current-gen consoles as Zombi.
With all signs pointing to Red Ash's Kickstarter not making its campaign goal this week, Comcept announced a publisher will fund the game's development.