Author: Vikki Blake

Konami Debuts All New Metal Gear Survive Demo at TGS

Following a tease late last week, Konami has revealed new gameplay footage for Metal Gear Survive. The demo was available at Tokyo Game Show over the weekend, but for those of us who weren’t there to see it in person, the publisher has also shared a new video. Metal Gear Survive is a new four-player, zombie-action stealth game based in the Metal Gear universe. Konami states the game is being developed “by members from the original MGVS:TPP production team”. The game offers  “a divergent look at familiar Metal Gear themes and pursues a fresh spirit of exploration in unique gameplay...

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Sony Confirms New Colourful PS Vitas

At today’s TGS press conference, Sony has revealed colours for the PlayStation Vita. Your colour choices now include white, blue, red, silver, orange and, naturally, black. Here’s the full image, as showed at today’s conference: We’ll bring you more details just as soon as we have...

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New Forza Horizon 3 Demo Out Now

The Forza Horizon 3 playable demo is available from today on Xbox One. “In Forza Horizon 3, you’re the boss of the Horizon Festival – the biggest and best cars and music festival in the world,” states the press release. “Your goal is to expand the festival to new locations throughout Australia and you’ll get your first taste of what that experience is like in the demo. Along the way, you’ll be able to explore a portion of Forza Horizon 3’s map, while taking a guided tour through some of the best features that the game has to offer. ” You’ll get...

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Mass Effect Andromeda Lead Characters Are Brother and Sister

BioWare has revealed that Mass Effect Andromeda’s leading male and female characters are brother and sister. Previously Mass Effect games offered the choice, but in each you played as the same character, either a male or female version of Commander Shephard. Talking to our friends at PlayStation Access, BioWare creative director Mac Walters confirmed the news, adding that the N7-armoured character that premiered at E3 a couple of years ago is, in fact, your character’s father. “We’re seeing our male character, at E3 we got to see our female character,” Walters said. “A little surprise here – these two are actually...

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Square Enix to Announce New Action Game Next Week

  Square Enix has revealed it will announce a new game at Tokyo Games Show. In a website created for TGS (via Dualshockers), the publisher states it will be announcing a new action game at next week’s show. And… that’s pretty much all it tells us, to be honest. For more, we’ll have to tune into Square Enix’s main stage at TGS at 1pm next Thursday, September 15, 2016 (that’s September 14 at 9pm PST / 2pm CET / 1pm BST for us). What do you think it might be? Leave your thoughts...

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Battlefield 1 Beta Still Plagued by Connection Issues

Players have been struggling to connect to EA’s Battlefield 1 open beta. Apologising on Twitter for the downtime, EA acknowledged the problems but promised it was working to resolve the issues “as fast as possible”. EA is currently experiencing an outage. EA games, services & support may be impacted. We’re working to resolve as fast as possible. — Battlefield (@Battlefield) August 31, 2016 Turns out the issues lay not at EA’s door. A hacking group, which had launched a DDoS attack against the servers, has since claimed responsibility. Today, the server seems a little more stable, but at the...

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Two-Step Verification Comes to PlayStation Network

Sony has enabled two-step verification for PSN accounts. The extra security requires verification from your approved phone number when logging into a console, accessing your account online or via the app, protecting your personal and credit card details. To set up two-step security, log into your PSN account online and add your phone number. The beefed security comes five years after the PlayStation network was hacked, leaking details of 77 million members and taking the system offline for several days....

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Play PlayStation Games on Your PC

PlayStation Now is coming to PC. Launching  in Europe “soon” – and “shortly thereafter” Stateside – the system brings a whole host of hitherto PlayStation exclusive games (Uncharted, God of War etc.) to PC. Courtesy of PS Blog, here’s the recommended specs for running PS Now on your PC: Windows 7 (SP1), 8.1 or 10 3.5 GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8 GHz AMD A10 or faster 300 MB or more; 2 GB or more of RAM Sound card; USB port You’ll need a 5Mbps connection to use PS Now on any device, and Sony recommends a wired Internet...

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2K Releases New NBA 2K17 Trailer

2K has released a new NBA 2K17 trailer. The video – titled “Friction – features cover players Paul George and Kobe Bryant. “The footage adds to the excitement of this year’s title, which will provide the most authentic and realistic gameplay gamers have ever seen in a basketball simulation,” states 2K in the press release. Pre-order now to receive 5000 virtual currency, the “legendary” 1992 USA Basketball dream team, a Paul George USA basketball jersey for your player, and a MyTEAM Bundle complete with 3 packs and a guaranteed Paul George Free Agent card. NBA 2K17 is out on...

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