Posts From Steve Wright
Wargaming today announced that World of Warships‘ update 0.5.3 brings a new Team Battle mode to the game. Unlocking at level 12, captains can create a squadron of players to take on other teams in 7v7 action. “The fans have been
Valentine’s Day weekend will feature the ANZ Finals of the StarCraft II World Championship Series. Said round features the top 16 competitors in Australia and New Zealand, including including WCS Premier players Petraeus, Iaguz, PiG (above) and NXZ, as finalists battle it
The Creative Assembly today released new gameplay footage from Total War: Warhammer. You can check it out below: What’d you think? Total War: Warhammer will be available from 28 April on Windows PC.
Following its initial release — and subsequent removal — from Steam, Five Nights at Freddy’s World is once again available. This time, though, it’s for free. Its new release over on Gamejolt is an updated version with “many other new
EA today announced that Ghost Games’ Need for Speed is heading to Windows PC. The racing game will be available from 10 March for Origin subscribers and 17 March for everyone else. We reviewed Need for Speed on console here.
Rooster Teeth’s Burnie Burns and Ashley Jenkins are about to start on CBS’ The Amazing Race in the United States, but those of us here in Australia won’t have to wait months afterward to see it happen. We’ve confirmed with our
A new Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 trailer shows off twelve of the game’s new maps. Check it out: Nice, right? Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 will be available from 23 February on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.
Capcom today confirmed that Street Fighter V will feature at CouchWarriors’ eighth annual Battle Arena Melbourne and the fourteenth OzHadou Nationals in Sydney as part of the Capcom Pro Tour. Both events will be ranking events for the Capcom Pro tour
As part of an earnings report, Activision today confirmed that Destiny will receive a “large new expansion” in 2016. Destiny has received a bunch of smaller updates since its last major release, “The Taken King”. Those small updates have some in
Alongside a bunch of Quantum Break news today, Microsoft also confirmed the availability of two new Xbox One bundles. First, a special edition Cirrus white Xbox One bundle will be available, retailing for $349 AUD, available ahead of the game
Alongside the news that Quantum Break would be released on Windows PC — and offered free with the purchase of the game on Xbox One — Microsoft and Remedy today released recommended and minimum specs for the game. Minimum specs: OS: Windows
Microsoft and Remedy today confirmed that those who purchase Quantum Break on Xbox One will also gain access its PC version alongside Xbox 360 titles Alan Wake and Alan Wake’s American Nightmare. “Xbox wants to empower gamers to play the games they want with
Bethesda Game Studios today took to Twitter to advise that Fallout 4 DLC is “not far off”. The studio also thinks gamers will be excited when the news is finally revealed. We know you’re ready to learn what’s coming for Fallout
Microsoft today advised that four new titles are available on Xbox One through Xbox 360 backwards compatibility. Those titles are Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, Trials HD, LEGO Batman and Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space. Microsoft sadly kept quiet about
As part of a quarterly financials report, Ubisoft confirmed that we’ll see sequels to Watch Dogs and South Park before the end of the 2017 fiscal year. “Ubisoft will launch a very high-quality line-up,” a release stated, promising, “the next installment of Watch Dogs”
For the first time since 2009, we won’t be seeing a new, yearly, Assassin’s Creed game. As part of a quarterly financial report, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot confirmed that Assassin’s Creed would be taking a year off. “We are now in a