By Jenna Anderson - December 10, 2019 08:59 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 All week, The CW viewers have been treated to the "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover, an event unlike anything the network's Arrowverse has done before. Across episodes of Supergirl, Batwoman, and The Flash, fans have seen worlds live and die, surprising characters unite, and a lot of other unexpected moments. After the significant cliffhanger that closed out Part 3, fans will (understandably) be wondering where the story goes next. Unfortunately, you're going to have to wait a little while longer to find out. Part 4 and Part 5 of "Crisis on Infinite Earths" will not be airing until Tuesday, January 14th, with an over month-long gap to account for the winter holiday season. Once "Crisis" resumes on the 14th, it will begin with an episode of Arrow at 8/7c, followed by Legends of Tomorrow at 9/8c. While Arrowverse fans have certainly dealt with midseason finales before, the crossover being … [Read more...] about When Does “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 4 Air?
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But while the campaign is little more than a very nicely decorated corridor, there are lots of fun things to do inside it. There's the Dragon's Breath shotgun with incendiary shells, shooting enemies off motorbikes with a shotgun and cocking it one-handed while jumping over a ridge, a snowy stealth section where you have to avoid detection and silently eliminate patrolling soldiers with a crossbow, and even a sequence where Black Ops almost resembles a strategy game for a few minutes. Forget the setting, the JFK impersonator and the birth of the black ops – Call of Duty is about shooting fast, dying often and watching a good-looking set-piece, and on that level Black Ops unquestionably delivers. It's not just about that though; it's also about leaving a long-lasting multiplayer legacy, and Treyarch goes a lot further to achieve that than it did with Call of Duty: World at War. Firstly, the Horde-style Zombies mode is back with three expansive, secret-filled new levels (one … [Read more...] about Call of Duty: Black Ops • Page 2
By Robert Workman - January 3, 2019 04:35 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 We’ve got a huge year of gaming ahead of us and it kicks off in just a matter of days with releases such as Onimusha Warlords and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe. But for Sony, it’s about much more than that, as the publisher shows in a new “Coming Attractions” video for forthcoming releases for the PlayStation 4. Keep in mind that nowhere does it state that all of these games are due for release this year. But it’d be a nice thought, especially considering that first-party favorites like Ghost of Tsushima, Medievil Remastered, Dreams, Days Gone, The Last of Us Part II and Death Stranding are featured. We’ll keep our fingers crossed, just in case... The video, which can be seen above, includes a variety of titles. Along with the games we’ve mentioned above, we also catch quick glimpses of others, including Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown; Devil May Cry 5; … [Read more...] about Sony Showcases ‘Coming Attractions’ For 2019, Including ‘The Last of Us Part II’
Home • PC Game Reviews • BioShock • 82 Time is a flat circle Alec Meer Contributor 25th March 2014 / 12:00PM BioShock Infinite’s DLC, BioShock Infinite and BioShock 1 concludes with this second, longer, stealthier half of last November’s return to Rapture. It’s out now. You’ll hear no politics from me, though by God it’s tempting to correlate Burial At Sea Part 2’s status as a swansong for two BioShock universes with the recent, shock closure of Irrational. Whatever else there is to both tales, at least this concluding DLC for BioShock Infinite reverses the sense of decline we’ve seen since the original BioShock. Despite a multitude of sins it does leapfrog both Infinite and its own, irritatingly slight if visually flabbergasting Part 1. It also includes the single most unpleasant – and frankly needless with it – moment I’ve ever experienced in a videogame.So here we are, back in Rapture, … [Read more...] about Wot I Think – BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea Ep 2
Final Fantasy 7 Remake will only be stuck on PS4 for a year after it launches, the box art has revealed. The long-awaited JRPG will appear on the console on March 3, 2020, and exactly a year later the exclusivity will end. The timed status of the exclusive deal has been rumoured for ages, with Xbox Germany's Facebook page adding more fuel to the rumours when it claimed the game would be launching on Xbox One. Ultimately this was an error, as it had the same release date as the PS4 version. Square Enix followed this up by clarifying that it still had no plans for other platforms. While this isn't quite the same as announcing the game for Xbox or PC, it certainly suggests that we'll be able to get our hands on it then. It also seems like it would be a prime candidate for Xbox Game Pass, as Microsoft is adding every game from the original 7 to 15 to the service next year. News on other platforms is unlikely to appear soon, however, but so far this is the clearest indication we … [Read more...] about Final Fantasy 7 Remake timed exclusivity ends in 2021