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If you ever wondered why so many people love Titanfall this video should go a long way to help you understand.
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It seems that the zany weapons and madcap characters allow for a younger point of entry to the world of shooter games and actually seems like a clever way to grab a whole new audience who may be less inclined to the RTS style of playing. Popcap have a well known background in terms of producing accessible titles, but with deeper, addictive gameplay. Add to that the trademark humour Popcap are famed for and we could see a refreshing combination of fun and great visuals that could be a tonic for all Titanfall junkies.
With game features that are taking full advantage of the Frostbite 3 engine you will be able play 24 player multiplayer matches, take on the zombie horde with three online friends and, just for extra kicks, take to the Kinect, SmartGlass or even your controller in the all new Boss Mode. Customisation tools help you personalise your plants and zombies, and allow for you to add your own wacky slant to in-game characters.
All in all Garden Warfare could have the potential to go up against the big boys in the race to dominate the Xbox One titles.
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Matt Looks into thIs weeks DLC news from BF4
DICE have finally announced that they are releasing their second and third DLC packages for PC, Xbox360 and Playstation users.
DICE have received a lot of pressure from the community for holding off on releasing Second Assault for PC and Playstation, with some asking if the wait is due to the problems with the game and the focus the developer has put into updates to attempt to fix issues. After the release of Second Assault on Xbox the game had a lot of work put into it to improve the overall experience after poor post launch stability and multiple gameplay issues.
The third DLC package, Naval Strike, will be available sometime in late March for all platforms. Initially only available to Premium members, the pack will include new weapons, new gadgets and a new multiplayer game mode. The new game mode, which DICE are calling Carrier Assault, is a revamped and modernised (instead of futuristic) Titan mode, a fan favourite from Battlefield 2142.
In this expansion, you’ll experience intense water-based combat as the Chinese armada takes the fight to the sea. You’ll have access to new weapons, gadgets, and amphibious vehicles, and four all-new maps – Lost Island, Nansha Strike, Wave Breaker, and Operation Mortar. Offical Battlefield Blog
Things might not be going according to plan for DICE; after almost three months for the content to go multi-platform, only to get a double up only a month apart.
Putting all this aside, I’m genuinely excited for Titan mode. Attacking objectives to weaken a central target followed by boarding and destroying an enemy aircraft carrier: Battlefield bliss. Lets hope they can pull this off.
More information will be available from DICE as we get closer to the release date for Naval Strike.
From classics like Mass Effect to brand new titles like FIFA 14, Battlefield 4, Need for Speed Rivals and many more titles.
Origin is showing a great line up of discounts in the pc and previous console stakes.
The PC downloads are an especially appetising menu where you can really grab a bargin.
The only question is will it be the road, pitch or battlefield where we meet.
In North America, Need for Speed Rivals will be in-stores starting November 22 for the Xbox One®, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft and the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system. . In Europe, the game will be available starting November 22 on Xbox One and November 29 on PlayStation 4.
Rivals was one of my favourite games at the recent Eurogamer Expo, so its release is a hotly anticipated date that needed to be added to my calender.
The launch dates are seemingly tied to the next gen console releases and Europe will have to wait for release on all systems. I just hope the wait is worth it
From livery to paint jobs Need for Speed Rivals will allow racers to put their own stamp on the vehicles they own. We have a few examples below but our favourite has to be the Porsche you see below.