In a press release hailing today’s local launch of Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, Activision has confirmed the High Moon Studios effort won’t be releasing on PC at Australian retail. The news comes as something of surprise, but luckily at time of writing you still seem able to pick it up through Steam for $50, significantly less than the $80 or thereabouts stores are asking for the console versions. Fall of Cybertron is also available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
First original Xbox backwards compatible games still on track for 2017 and some have started showing up
Backward compatibility for original Xbox games is coming, and some titles seem to have already been spotted.
Trials of the Nine won’t return in Destiny 2 for another two weeks.
EU PS Store weekend sale: take up to 25% off titles such as Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Destiny 2, Elite Dangerous
From now until Monday you can save some money on select PlayStation 4 titles.
Wolverine will make an appearance in Deadpool, according to an email the man himself sent us.
Deadpool has today revealed the bonuses that will accompany his game when preordered, featuring Marvel vouchers, posters and wallpaper.
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Xbox Deals with Gold goodies have been announced, and for Xbox One users, the Killer Instinct Combo Breaker Pack has been discounted along with other deals for Gold members on Xbox 360. Full list is below.
The PlayStation Store has these “Ultimate Edition” bundles that give you a base game and all its DLC for a discounted price. This week, they’re putting out ten new Ultimate Editions, and they’re making them even cheaper than they normally would. Plus subscribers get a better discount, as usual. Full list inside.