Nintendo movies next on agenda as revenue plummets
Nintendo is turning to the silver screen in an effort to stem plummeting revenue. Read more
DOOM PC set to get SLI and Vulkan API support soon
DOOM is out now on Xbox One, PC and PlayStation, and PC gamers will get SLI support soon, id Software has confirmed. Read more
Overwatch cheating will get you permanently banned: ‘It undermines the spirit of fair play’
Players excited for the forthcoming release of Overwatch will be pleased to hear that developer Blizzard already has its eye on cheaters. Read more
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare movement ‘natural’ for Black Ops 3 players
With calls to return to a more grounded boots-on-the-ground multiplayer experience, the Call Of Duty team has responded to queries about Infinite Warfare‘s movement mechanics. Read more
DOOM Multiplayer Tips: How To Dominate in Demonic Fashion
DOOM‘s multiplayer is fast, frantic and fun, but it can be hard to wrap your head around. Read more
Uncharted sales set to hit 30 million worldwide
With the launch of Uncharted 4: Among Thieves on PlayStation 4, Naughty Dog’s acclaimed action-adventure series is set to hit the 30-million mark. Read more
Civilization 6 announced, set to ruin my life this October
“Just. One. More. Turn.” Every Civ player has gone through the excruciating effort of stepping away from the computer. They will relive that pain this October. Read more
In defence of Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, its three-year dev cycle, and Infinity Ward
A campaign to send the latest Call Of Duty into record-breaking “dislike” territory on YouTube has many questioning the marketability of the franchise, but Infinite Warfare has more going for it than some would like to admit. Read more
Battlefield 1 revealed: WWI shooter set to reinvigorate franchise
EA’s revered Battlefield franchise is returning to the trenches. Read more
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare YouTube dislikes a ‘good thing’ says Activision
Infinity Ward’s return to Call Of Duty hasn’t been met with much positivity, but publisher Activision isn’t too worried. Read more