So Fallout 4 has officially been announced. It will be released for PC, Xbox One and PS4.
Check out the gameplay trailer below.
Ever wondered how to record gameplay from your console and upload it to youtube? Check out this tutorial, designed in 8 steps and get started. The tutorial is for PS3 and Xbox360 but should work for XboxOne and Ps4 aswell.
Since YouTube has removed many videos a long time ago, that didn’t had voiceover, because copyright infragement- claims from games’ music composers, I recommend that you do voice over in your videos, IF you intend to upload them to YouTube.
This tutorial shows how to record and do voice over on XBox360 gameplay videos
This video shows how to record gameplay with voiceover on PS4
So I checked out my Twitter feed and discovered an ad about Hearthstone. It said that the game is now available and free for Android– and iOS– mobiles. The ad is from the 4th of May.
This would apply to Sweden, as it is my country of residence. I entered the Google Play store and started the download.
I don’t know about other territories yet but I wish all of you good luck and tune in in a couple of days or weeks for a rebiew of this critically acclaimed game.
According to a couple of sites, a Youtube- channel claims that Silent Hill is being resurrected for Xbox One.
A couple of weeks back, the game has been canned by Konami and a demo that appeared on PSN has been removed. It is known that Hideo Kojima(Metal Gear Solid) and Guillermo del Toro(Pan’s Labyrint, Pacific Rim) worked togheter on the title and that the main character of the game had the appearence of The Walking Dead– star Norman Reedus.
The source claims that Microsoft is trying to gain the game for its newest platform by biding a couple of bilions of dollars in order to revive the project. And if they succeed, Silent Hill will then be announced at E3 this year and probably gamers will have to look forward towards a March 2016 release.
With just a couple of weeks remaining untill release, Rocksteady Studios has released another gameplay video for the concluding part of their Arkham- trilogy: Batman: Arkham Knight.
In Batman: Arkham Knight, players will be able to try the Batmobile, shoot at tanks and fly with the capped hero through the city. The game will be released on June 23 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC, meanwhile enjoy this gorgeous looking gameplay video.
Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that the sequel to Titanfall will not be showcased ar this year’s E3.
This comes hardly as a surprise as the game was just announced a couple of months back. EA has also said that it will be released somewhere during the financial year 2017. This would mean that we will see something at next year’s event.
Titanfall 2 will also come to PS4, besides Xbox One and PC. The first game was not released for Sony’s console.