BioWare head Casey Hudson said on his company blog recently that we may be getting some Dragon Age 4 news in December, even though the studio is currently busy working on Anthem ahead of its early 2019 release date, so does that mean we’ll be seeing something about it at the Game Awards? Dragon Age 4 has been a long-awaited dream of BioWare’s fanbase, especially since the last Dragon Age game, Dragon Age: Inquisition, came out four years ago, back in 2014. While Anthem is an unproven and untested property that many both at BioWare and in the fanbase are nervous about, Dragon Age is a proven property that has always sold very well. BioWare has teased us several times over the past few years with little snippets and tidbits of Dragon Age 4 news, though there hasn’t been any sort of trailer or indication of what this new game will be about, especially given everything that happened in Inquisition. While it’s likely we’ll be going after Solas to prevent him … [Read more...] about Dragon Age 4 News Coming In December, Says BioWare; Game Awards Appearance?
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Sony has revealed the full line-up of their free games for PlayStation Plus which are coming in December. Well, the PlayStation Plus subscribers are only a few days away from getting their hands on the free games. These games include an atmospheric horror game, a vehicular combat action-racer game, and more. However, the December free games are not measured up to the previous November games, but those who will get a chance trying these free games will be glad they did so. The upcoming PlayStation Plus free games include: Soma (PS4) Onrush (PS4) Steredenn (PS3) Steinsgate (PS3) Iconoclasts (PS Vita, Cross-Buy with PS4) Papers, Please (PS Vita) For PlayStation 4 the subscribers will get Soma, a science fiction survival horror game created by Amnesia studio Fictional Games. It is an unsettling story about the identity, consciousness, and what it means to be a human. In searching for and going through locked terminals and secret documents to uncover the truth beneath the ocean. It … [Read more...] about PlayStation Plus Free Games Are Coming In December Including Soma, Onrush And More
“A famous explorer once said that the extraordinary is in what we do, not who we are.” —Lara Croft, Tomb Raider, 2013 Since Lara Croft’s first appearance in the original Tomb Raider in 1996, she has been an adventurer, a hero, and an icon. When Eidos rebooted the series in 2006 with Tomb Raider: Legend, they attempted to update and re-imagine the character without reinventing the essence of who she was. But it wasn’t until 2013’s second series reboot with Tomb Raider that Lara and the franchise as a whole really recaptured the dynamic and influence of the series’ early years, while at the same time being radically different. Growing up as a kid in the 90s, I was never allowed to play the Tomb Raider games. Simply put, my mother didn’t approve of Lara Croft as a big boobed Indiana Jones. Still, Lara always piqued my curiosity. As a girl playing video games, there were never a whole lot of role models and characters to look up to who … [Read more...] about Extraordinary Is in What We Do – A Look at Lara Croft’s Character
For the 29th week of the year ending on July 21, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is once again the winner and still champion of the weekly UK sales chart. This is the fourth consecutive week that Crash Bandicoot has taken the top spot in UK Sales since debuting on Switch and Xbox One late last month. None of July’s releases thus far have been able to topple Activision’s remastered collection of platformers. If Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy comes in first again next week, then it will have swept the month. As for what followed it this week, LEGO The Incredibles once again came in at second place and only saw a 7% decline from last week. Sea of Thieves, Minecraft: Xbox Edition, and Forza Horizon 3 all cracked the top 6 after having been completely out of the top 40 in the week prior, which is likely attributed to Prime Day sales that occurred last week. The biggest new release of the week was Sonic … [Read more...] about For the Fourth Consecutive Week, Crash Bandicoot Comes in at First in Weekly UK Sales
At the time of this writing, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery from Jam City lets players play up to Year 3 Chapter 11. There will be at least one more chapter for Year 3 before it’s all said and done, and then players will be able to start their fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Year 4 in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery promises to bring with it plenty of new content for players to sink their teeth into. And while there may be even more new content than what’s listed here, this is what we know is coming in Year 4, along with some features that have been teased.New Class Each year in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery adds a new class for players to complete. In Year 4, players will start attending Care of Magical Creatures class, presumably with Hagrid as their professor. It’s unclear what the rewards will be for completing Care of Magical creatures classes, but it’s likely that players will get free gems for their efforts. … [Read more...] about Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery – What’s Coming in Year 4