Showing posts from October, 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2 File Size Is What Now?

It's over 105GB. You heard that right, 105GB. That is an absurd amount but that it is. Red Dead Redemption 2 is a massive open world game that lets you do probably anything you can think of if we're going by the latest gameplay trailer ( TRAILER ). Rockstar has been known for creating such an immersive experience that this should come as no surprise. Just look at GTA V. That game is massive and they've just built upon that formula.  Red Dead Redemption is a few short weeks away from being released on October 26th. I know what I'll be playing that weekend and I'm all set to enjoy this massive game. ==== Courtesy of Games News Network

Red Dead Redemption 2: Official Gameplay Trailer - Part II

Oh Rockstar, you know just how to get me so vested in one of your games without me having ever played the game. That's the case here in the latest gameplay video that shows everything you can do in the game; all the places you can go to; how you can customize your character and so much more. The fact that they mentioned that even taking a bath is a choice you can make is both refreshing and interesting. To see sure a minor thing one would not think about in a game being an actual aspect that can affect how people interact with you, it's marvelous.  There's just so much in this one trailer you have to watch it for yourself at least a few times. I have.  I know what I'll be playing for the rest of the year. ==== Courtesy of Games News Network

Anthem Hits Alpha Milestone...

Anthem is set to be released on February 22, 2019, and it has officially hit Alpha. What that means is that all the parts of the game are in and it can be played from beginning to end. BioWare's Casey Hudson tells us as much in an article on the BioWare blog. Check out what he has to say HERE . This is just wonderful. I can't wait to get my hands on this game as I'm sure everyone else is. From the gameplay we've seen so far this game is going to be beyond exciting. ==== Courtesy of Games News Network

Sony Brings Crossplay to the PlayStation 4

Crossplay has been one of the most player-requested features for this generation of gamers, for as long as I can remember. I mean who wouldn't want to play with their best buddy on another platform like the Xbox One or the Switch--think of the possibilities. Well as of September 26th Sony has made the first step toward making that possible. The only catch is, it's only set up for Fortnite.  Fortnite players on PS4 can now play with gamers on Xbox One, Switch, Android, iOS, Windows and Mac computers. In the PlayStation blog that announced this, John Kodera said this: We see the beta as an opportunity to conduct thorough testing that ensures cross-platform play is best on PlayStation, while being mindful about the user experience from both a technical and social perspective. Granted this is only for Fortnite and it's only in BETA, this is a great first step to getting crossplay with more games down the road.  Personally, I think this is great. I have friends on ei