Sunday, 23 November 2014  
Tales from the Borderlands receives behind-the-scenes origins trailer

Gearbox developers discuss the origins of the game and working with Telltale.

Source: rss.feedsportal.com
Killer Instinct gets new fighter Kan-Ra on Monday - trailer


Microsoft confirms November 24 launch for the new challenger.
Killer Instinct on Xbox One will get its latest newcomer on Monday, November 24, with the release of 'Babylonian Sorcerer' Kan-Ra.

Source: www.computerandvideogames.com

Ori and the Blind Forest delayed to 2015


Originally planned for a late 2014 release.
Developer Moon Studios has delayed the release of Ori and the Blind Forest to 'early 2015'.

Source: www.computerandvideogames.com

DriveClub trailer shows off Ignition DLC content
Tales from the Borderlands video takes you 'behind the scenes'
Video: Ninja Theory creates new PlayStation Official Magazine cover art
Free Sunset Overdrive trial coming this Saturday
Game Awards 2014 nominees announced
Square Enix PC sale discounts Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider, Thief games
Project Cars screenshot gallery
Free Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor DLC adds character skin and challenge mode
Far Cry 4 PS3 corruption fix requires delete and reinstall
 
PlanetSide 2 PS4 beta on track for mid-December; won't hit 60FPS


GameZone: "PlanetSide 2's first beta for PS4 is on track to take place some time in mid-December. Unfortunately, it looks like SOE might come up a bit short in its goal for 1080p at a steady 60 frames per second on PS4."

Source: n4g.com

Face-Off: Dragon Age: Inquisition


EG - For all their accomplishments, it's fair to say that previous episodes in the Dragon Age saga lacked something when it came to visual polish and technical acumen - but Inquisition is something different and something really special. BioWare utilises DICE's Frostbite 3 technology not just to produce a beautiful, well-optimised experience, but also to open up the gameplay. While previous instalments in the series were limited to small areas divided by loading points, Inquisition now presents maps much larger in scale and detail. This new world is massive and ripe for exploration, complete with beautiful, detailed visuals - and as an added bonus, performance is much improved over previous BioWare console efforts. We've been spending some time with the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC versions of the game and each one offers an excellent experience worth jumping into - but there are some fascinating differences between each offering.

Source: n4g.com

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