Today Daylight's developer Zombie Studios has released two brand new trailers meant to showcase the title's procedurally generated environment. Daylight is a first-person horror title due to include landscapes including a abandoned hospital and underground bunker; both of the venues are of course haunted. Each playthrough of the game is designed to give new level, frights, and puzzles through procedural environment generation. Daylight is expected to released on April 29th for both the PC and PS4.
Xbox One system update rolling out today
Microsoft has confirmed it will roll out the new Xbox One system update throughout the day.
According to a post on the Major Nelson blog, the update will begin rolling out "tonight" in the United States and the UK, and today in Australia.
The updates include a new progress bar to track game and app save states, notifications for newly signed in friends and favourites, Kinect voice and motion improvements as well as improved GameDVR video quality.
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Ubisoft has confirmed that the PC and PS4 versions of Trials Fusion will run in native 1080p, while the Xbox One edition will run in 900p following a day one patch.
The Xbox 360 version of Trials Fusion will run in native 600p, "like all leading games on the platform", with each version of the game running at a constant 60fps, the publisher told B-Ten.com.
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BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, a 2D combo-driven fighting game, released on the PlayStation 3 late last month in North America and is blasting onto the Vita on June 24th according to a recent press release from the title's developer, Aksys Games. The Vita port includes the game's full PS3 roster of features and playable characters while also being given exclusive extra story content that involves a beach party.
Developer KLab has announced that they are bringing the "Age of Empires" to mobile devices in the form of Age of Empires: World Domination; the title is slated to arrived on iOS, Android, and Windows devices sometime this summer. They also released an announcement trailer for their project which is known to be a free-to-play game supported via microtransactions.
It appears that popular youtuber "Jack Frag" has discovered a bug relating to players waiting to accept a revive by the assault class that ultimately provides a "death shield" for those standing behind them. This bug provides protection from anything ranging from mere bullets to tank shells; the video below via "Jack Frag" will give you a clearer idea of the bug. A DICE QA lead was informed via Twitter and let players know that they are looking into the issue and intend on working resolutions to squash this bug ASAP.
HESAW, developer of the on-rails, motion-controlled shooter Blue Estate, is well aware that a Kinect is bundled in every Xbox One owner's purchase. The studio is bringing its adaptation of Viktor Kalvachev's comic book series to the gesture-friendly console, noting in a press release that they'll be using the "unprecedented accuracy and precision of Kin ...read more
Ubisoft has finally and officially confirmed that Watch Dogs will release on the Wii U sometime in fall 2014; while this isn't a pinned down release date it is certainly better than "sometime soon". Back in March Ubisoft announced that their upcoming megahit Watch Dogs would enjoy a May 27th release date for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC but the pesky Wii U ...read more
They equated the title as to be a spiritual successor to 1999′s Alpha Centuari, giving fans of sci-fi turn-based strategy games something to smile about. Due to an article slip from French site JeuxVideoPC the gaming press was able to grab the key points regarding the project; these details as well as the announcement trailer can be found below.
According to developer 17-BIT their upcoming top-down title Galak-Z is due to land sometime this fall. The game will first launch on the PS4 followed quickly after by the Vita and PC via Steam. It is a top-down physics roguish game sprinkled with Asteroids style gameplay being showcased this week at Pax East.