Monthly Archives: March 2020

Rebellion Acquires TickTock Games, Has Multiple Unannounced Titles In Store for 2019

Rebellion has announced the acquisition of Yorkshire-based studio TickTock Games. Founded by industry veterans Arden Aspinall, Jonathan Wright and Paul Kelly, the studio has worked with partners such as Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft over the course of its 12-year history. Following the acquisition, TickTock Games will be renamed

ATLAS Ship of the Damned – How to Destroy a Ship of the Damned in A…

ATLAS has got a number of flaws that players may or may not choose to contend with, but one thing it’s not lacking is challenging gameplay. ATLAS Ship of the Damned is a particularly nasty challenge in this game, and using anything short of high-end gear to take one on will end in your inevitable death. Good news, however

For Honor Arcade Mode Rewards – What Are They, and How to Get Them?

For Honor is, at the time of writing, playing host to not one, but two special events, but on the off chance that sort of action doesn’t seem overly enticing to you, you may well be interested in the game’s Arcade Mode instead. For Honor Arcade Mode is a one (or two) player mode in which they face-off against a vari

Anthem CES 2019 4K Gameplay Trailer Showcases New Enemies and Environments

Anthem is one of the most anticipated releases of Early 2019 and its CES 2019 trailer showcases 4K gameplay featuring a few new enemies and environments. Furthermore, the same CES 2019 trailer confirms that Bioware is working with Nvidia to bring DLSS technology to their upcoming sci-fi multiplayer third-person shooter.

Dead Or Alive 6 Suffers Delay

Dead Or Alive 6 is no longer releasing mid-February, Koei Tecmo Europe and Team Ninja announced today. Originally slated for a February 15 worldwide release, the fighting game has been pushed back to March 1, as the developer looks to polish various aspects of the game. “The title’s development is already near c

Both Lego DC Super-Villains Aquaman Movie DLC Packs Are Now Available

Lego DC Super-Villains today received its second DLC pack inspired by the recently released Aquaman movie. The two packs expand Lego DC Super-Villains‘ already generous roster of over 150 characters with familiar faces from the underwater kingdom. The first Aquaman Movie Pack introduced Aquaman (Gladiator), Black Manta (M

Fallout 76 Survey Marker Locations – Where To Find Survey Markers

A new week means a new set of Fallout 76 weekly challenges and this time, one of them looks to bring out both the explorer and photographer in players. The challenge in question involves taking three photographs at locations where Fallout 76 Survey Markers can be found. Fallout 76’s Appalachia is quite an expansive world and eve

The Division 2 System Requirements and PC Features Revealed

Ubisoft has revealed the system requirements for The Division 2, alongside a set of features that the PC version will include. The PC version of its upcoming online shooter is not a port, being “developed along with every other version of the game”. The title will support 4K, HDR, variable refresh rate monitors and E

IndieDB and ModDB Launch Modularity, a Modding-Focused Games Publisher

Modularity is what happens when, after long years of video game publishers trying to push modding community out of the picture, be it in more or less obvious ways, one of them says – enough is enough, modding matters. Not surprisingly, Modularity is driven by ModDB and IndieDB: a video game publisher that not is not only

Hackers Invade ATLAS With Infinite Dragons and Mortars, Servers Ine…

ATLAS developers have had their game’s mega-server sleep with the fishes for a while after what is one of the most impressively coordinated hacking attempts at a large-scale multiplayer video game. This was no mere DDOS or such otherwise uninteresting assault on the game’s infrastructure, with offending parties spa