BloodRayne: Betrayal will land on XBLA come September 7 after Majesco said earlier in the month it had been delayed on the service into October. The game is still slated for release on PSN on September 6 in the US, and is part of Sony’s PLAY program. Thanks, Joystiq. [pic]
The Battlefield 1 July update was released yesterday across PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Like the first game, Destiny 2 beta also brings near identical presentation on both PS4, and Xbox One
Destiny 2 continues Bungie’s mantra of offering the same presentation on both PS4, and Xbox One. There are some slight differences this time around, though.
You can shoot down Cabal ships in the Destiny 2 beta, although it is a big old waste of your time and super
Destiny 2 finally lets you shoot down enemy ships. There is no reward for doing so.
Bloodrayne Betrayal is now available on Steam for $10. The WayForward Technologies side-scroller was ported by Abstraction Games, and has been rebalanced with more checkpoints. Thanks, Destructoid.
The Arc System Works teaser website titled “BRCS,” is apparently just for the Japanese release of WayForward’s BloodRayne: Betrayal – not a new game in the series as everyone had hoped. It will release on PS3 in the region May 1 as BloodRayne: Crimson Slayer. BloodRayne: Betrayal was released in 2011 on PSN and XBL […]
Did you know there’s a new Adventure Time game being released this fall? Whether you did or didn’t, let Lumpy Space Princess tell you all about it below.
Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom will be released in November on PC, 3DS, PS3 and Xbox 360 Little Orbit and Way Forward have announced. Oh My Glob!