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I never played the Dead Rising games, at all. I have heard of them, of course, and know they are post-apocalyptic with hordes of zombies. With that in mind, previewing Dead Rising 4 at the Xbox booth at the 2016 EB Games Expo with only basic knowledge, but no experience playing the game would be a positive and possibly turn someone into a fan. The demo presented was a blast to play with, even if it is a pretty basic zombie hack and slash. The demos starts off with Frank West staring down a horde of zombies and it’s the best way to describe the demo. In this open world environment, Frank an wield various weapons, be it melee for … Continue reading
Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox, is heading down to Sydney for the EB Games Expo, his only appearance in Australia. — MEDIA ALERT: HEAD OF XBOX PHIL SPENCER TO DELIVER KEYNOTE PRESENTATION AT EB EXPO EB Games is thrilled to welcome Head of Xbox Phil Spencer to EB Expo for his first Australian appearance. Phil Spencer is an icon in the gaming world and is set to inspire audiences at EB Expo with his only public speaking engagement in the country. EB Expo 2016 will be held 30th September to 2nd October at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. Spencer, who leads the global creative and engineering teams at Microsoft’s premier consumer brand, is responsible for the Xbox console family of … Continue reading
A new trailer is available for the upcoming game Mad Max. You can check it out below: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today released the Mad Max “Choose Your Path” Interactive Trailer, allowing fans to decide on the different aspects of The Wasteland they’d like to experience. The trailer showcases multipath scenarios that the viewer can choose, such as “Bring the Chaos” and “Get Creative,” that highlight options a player will have when navigating the massive open world. Pre-order Mad Max and get The Ripper, a fully upgradable Magnum Opus car body. Developed by Avalanche Studios, Mad Max will be released on Sept. 2, 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. Find Mad Max on Facebook, Twitter (#MadMaxGame), and YouTube
It’s the 14th century. Two of Europe’s most powerful kingdoms, England and France, are locked into battle. Normanday, the Flanders, Brittany see more bloodshed by the day. For 120 years, as one century passes into the next, these two kingdoms fight for control of France. This is the setting for Bladestorm Nightmare, the latest game from Koei Tecmo and Dynasty Warriors developer Omega Force, available for the Playstation 4, PC and Xbox One. It is a remake of Bladestorm: The Hundred Years’ War on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 but with additional features, including a second story mode entitled Nightmare. The meat of the game revolves around the legendary conflict. However, instead of taking control of key figures, such as … Continue reading
Looks like EA are riding the Xbox One hype train. See below for details on their newest system. — Announcing EA Access for Xbox One: The Best Way to Play EA’s Games Today we’re revealing a new way for gamers to play more EA games. This is something we’ve never done before and we’re excited to share it with you. We have partnered with Microsoft to deliver EA Access, an all-new monthly (or annual) membership for gamers exclusively on Xbox One that starts at just $6.99 (AUD) a month. The service is being rolled out in beta to a limited number of players today, but it will launch for everyone on Xbox One soon. At EA, we are always … Continue reading
Titanfall’s Beta test period just ended a day or two ago, and us here at Attack On Gaming had a great time participating in it. We spent around 14 hours of time within the Beta, so we’ve played enough to work out a list of things that we would love to see in the full release as either a release feature, or in an expansion pack down the line. From what we played within the Beta, development on Titanfall is coming along nicely. It’s already a lot of fun. But we’d really love to see – 1. Titanfall Universe Lore One thing that smacked us right in the face during the Titanfall Beta was it’s loading screens. These screens generally … Continue reading
This week has been a pretty terrible one for the marketing team over at Microsofts Xbox division. In case you’ve missed the controversy, the main issue taken here is that Microsoft have misrepresented a large population of humans by stating that one party should stop the knitting to play video games with the other party that is already playing videogames. Sounds silly doesn’t it? And that’s because it is. It is unbelievably silly. In no way does the advertisement make any kind of reference to any kind of discrimination towards any other person, other than the person knitting. Who is this person knitting? It could be a man, it could be a woman, heck it could be some knitting God … Continue reading