EA has published a long-term Battlefield V roadmap, promising missions, maps, and modes. The game will continue its live service journey with new Chapter 3 content every month until June, which will usher in Chapter 4: Defying the Odds. Still, the most immediate release on player’s minds is that long-promised battle royale mode, Firestorm. Though its announcement was met with a mixed reception, it’s likely to pull fans back in when it launches in a week’s time. Firestorm’s latest trailer has done a lot to assuage those concerns. It highlights differences between the game and PUBG, with destructible buildings, a grand total of 17 vehicles, and crackable safes. EA says it wants to add a limited-time Duo mode to its battle royale in April, and has plans for further expansion. Despite the launch, EA seems committed to its regular co-op and multiplayer modes. In April, it’s promising new Combined Armed missions launch, followed by the Mercury map in May, and a … [Read more...] about Battlefield 5 roadmap teases a building-focused hardcore mode
AI: The Somnium Files - the latest game from Zero Escape series creator and director Kotaro Uchikoshi - is getting a worldwide Switch, PS4, and Steam release on July 25th, according to publisher Spike Chunsoft.AI: The Somnium Files, which was unveiled back in March 2017, is a noir-ish murder mystery set in a technologically-advanced modern-day Tokyo. It follows the adventures of Kaname Date, a detective with a cybernetic, AI-infused eye, that can peer into the memories (or "somnium") of witnesses - a skill that should prove useful as he hunts an eye-gouging serial killer. Character designs are by Yusuke Kozaki (No More Heroes, Fire Emblem), but, beyond that, The Somnium Files is still a little enigmatic, particularly in terms of how it will actually play. However, there's a suitably atmospheric new trailer to accompany the release date announcement, which might tide everyone over until Spike Chunsoft is ready to reveal more. AI: The Somnium Files is getting a physical release … [Read more...] about Zero Escape director’s serial killer mystery AI: The Somnium Files is out in July
so I'm trying to create a Tetris like game in C# (unity) and I've run into quite a problem on how I can generate 7 cards (tetrominoes) that none are the same and when I run out of cards, I regenerate more. i can kind of see how i could do the regeneration part but im very unsure on getting 7 cards for which none are the same. please help thanks … [Read more...] about create a random deck of 7 cards every time they are all used?
We’re back again with another great set of game deals for you. Many of the deals from last weeks post are still going on, and you’re going to be hard pressed to find a better deal on a brand new Xbox One console. In addition, if you’re looking for a new controller, there are sales on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gamepads. PS4 Game Deals Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Standard Edition – $24.99 (Regular Price: $35.00) – Buy it HereBuy it HereFar Cry New Dawn – Standard Edition – $19.99 (Regular Price: $39.99) – Buy it HereGrand Theft Auto V – $15.00 (Regular Price: $59.99) – Buy it HereJump Force: Standard Edition – $49.99 (Regular Price: $59.99) – Buy it HereKingdom Hearts III – $47.99(Regular Price: $59.99) – Buy it HereBuy it HereBorderlands 2 and Beat Saber Bundle – $324.95 (Regular Price: $349.99) – Buy it HereRed Dead Redemption 2 – $39.88 (Regular Price: $59.99) – … [Read more...] about Game Deals: Xbox One consoles, Ubisoft games, controllers
Spike Chunsoft have announced Killer7 director Goichi Suda (aka Suda 51) will be returning to an old haunt to pen new story DLC for wrestleman sim Fire Pro Wrestling World. I’m not normally much for wrestling games, but even I can appreciate this series, formerly by Human Entertainment. Snappy action, powerful character creation and a history of surprisingly heavy story modes. I’m expecting great, possibly unsettling things from new DLC ‘The Vanishing’, after the utterly bleak ending of Fire Pro Wrestling Special for the SNES, which I WILL SPOIL BELOW. Suda’s earliest work was a pair of SNES Fire Pro games, first as director and then as scenario writer for Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special. That scenario told the story of a fictional player character in a world of real-world wrestlers with altered names. As the game plays out, you weather some tough defeats along the way to the top. Worse still, your coach dies in suspicious circumstances, and you even end … [Read more...] about Suda 51 returns to pen Super Fire Pro Wrestling World story DLC