It’s rare that we post news here at GameCritics, but once in a while something pops up that I’m sure our readers will want to know about. So, in preparation for the upcoming Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, we’re sharing the below info (in a condensed fashion) which was provided to us by EA/Bioware PR.
The Game Awards of 2020 were a totally different ceremony — the cautionary measures undertaken due to COVID-19 and high-profile guests such as Christopher Nolan and Gal Gadot brought a different vibe to the proceedings. However, for many the greatest attractions were still the announcements and reveals. If you missed the show or just want a condensed cheat sheet with all the new titles coming our way soon, you’ve come to the right place!
Capcom recently released a teaser trailer at this year’s Tokyo Game Show for their new team-based Resident Evil shooter codenamed “Project Resistance”.
Filed on August 27th by former Gearbox lawyer Wade Callender has requested sanctions against Gearbox Studios’ CEO Randy Pitchford, as well as accusing him of contempt.
Hitman developer IO Interactive has had a rollercoaster of a year.
Halloween 2016 marked the final release of new content for the rebooted version of the franchise, and Square Enix (Hitman‘s publisher) announced it was parting ways with IO Interactive. While the pub let IO keep the Hitman IP, its future was unclear. However, the first act of IO as an independent developer was announced today.
Direct from Dark Souls PR:
Leading interactive entertainment developer and publisher, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc., today announced DARK SOULS III™: Ashes of Ariandel™, the first of two planned downloadable expansions to the critically acclaimed DARK SOULS III for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and PC via STEAM.
In my recent review of Hitman Episode 2, one complaint was about the “Elusive Target” missions — despite the game debuting two months ago, that section of the Hitman menu remained blank. IO Interactive hadn’t said what those missions would consist of, nor had they set a release date for them. As luck would have it, the first Elusive Mission launched the day my review went live, so consider this an amendment about this formerly-absent content.