Take a look at this new trailer for Mortal Kombat X featuring insight from NetherRealm and a look at the new features coming to the game. Dyamic towers sound like a lot of fun!
The debate about which is the better free game offering between PSN and Xbox Live continues this month. I have to be honest with you and admit that I don’t care about this debate. Free games are free games are free. But that’s just me.
I’m not one to jizz over collector’s editions but this one for Mortal Kombat is great. I love the figure in the Coarse Edition. NetherRealm introduced multiple editions for its upcoming fighter but this one is my favorite. It’ll cost you $150 though.
Ready for one of the most thrilling Battlefield experiences in the series’ long history? It’s a game of cops versus criminals in Battlefield Hardline – and you can get a taste of the action next week. From February 3-8, developer Visceral Games and publisher Electronic Arts will hold an open multiplayer beta on Xbox One, which features three different modes that unfold across a trio of maps.
What’s up boys and girls!? I’m back at it with Intel iQ and I wanted to share the article with you all. I tackle the growing desire in the gaming world to be a “pro gamer” and what it takes. Check the article out right here.
“Over the last 13 years, Xbox has been focused on creating and expanding great gaming and entertainment experiences on console. We’re incredibly proud of the Xbox One and are fully committed to ensuring it’s the best place to play console games in 2015 and beyond,” said Spencer. “Now, we are also bringing that same focus, passion, and commitment to gaming on Windows 10, enhancing the PC games and gaming devices you already love, including the Xbox One. We’ve listened and learned from our past efforts in PC gaming and I am excited about what the future holds.”