“Fallout 4” will be released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and Bethesda’s VP of PR and Marketing confirmed that they will not be doing any DLC exclusives. Meanwhile, the space requirement for the game on Xbox was revealed, and it’s reportedly smaller than gamers are expecting.
“Dungeon Defenders 2” will be coming to PS4 in Sept. 29 as pre-alpha. This means the game is still under development, and while some features like local co-op and controller support will be ahead of the PC version, there are other features that will be coming in after its PC release.
“Captain America: Civil War” inspired the expert modder Eddie Zarick to create a special edition Captain America Xbook One and an Iron Man Playbook 4. Zarick added some cool features on these two devices that gamers will surely enjoy.
The LinkedIn profile of a man claiming to be a game designer for Square Enix listed down details of the upcoming "Kingdom Hearts 3," as well as the allegedly cancelled development of "Kingdom Hearts 2.9" for the PS3 and PS4.
The “Tekken 7” arcade version is reportedly released into six arcades in the United States for a limited trial phase, but with good feedbacks from the gamers, Bandai Namco might release it to other arcades. Meanwhile, fans are expecting Katushiro Harada, who’s reportedly working on the console version, to make an announcement of the console version of the game at the Tokyo Game Show in September.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 is reportedly going to release a PS3, and possibly Xbox 360, version on Nov. 10. Online multiplayer component reportedly will not be loaded in older gen consoles, so it will be sold at $39.99, which is $20 less than that for the PS4.