Watch the newly release ‘Every Lead’ trailer below
As to not make us early adopters of next-gen consoles feel left out, Square Enix have just announced that Murdered: Soul Suspect will release on both the Xbox One and the PS4.
Both of these consoles will of course offer increased visuals due to their more powerful hardware and both will output at native 1080p. Much like Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, subsurface scattering and increased particle count to depict a more immerse world have been described to be included in the game.
Murdered: Soul Suspect will be available June 2014 for the Xbox 360, the PS3 and PC.
OXCGN’s Call of Duty: Ghosts Review
Aiming high, but falling short.
by Jayden Perry
In the opening minutes of Call of Duty Ghosts you run through a collapsing town, jump to space and try to defend a space station, then watch as the world as we know it is decimated by high-powered missiles.
As you watch these amazing and out there scenarios play out, with everything exploding all around, you know that this is Call of Duty.
Ghosts marks the first Call of Duty game developed by Infinity Ward after their incredibly successful “Modern Warfare” series. Right from the word go you’ll notice the similar feeling of menus and text, but this game has a lot to offer in it’s new premise, extinction mode and surprisingly complex multiplayer.
Ghosts provides the player with a variety of modes in which to spend your time playing; Campaign, Squads/Multiplayer and Extinction.
What’s Next for Call of Duty?
The future examined
by Kent Sobey
©2013 Kent Sobey
Well, it’s about that time of year again since they seem to do their announcements around April or May, so I thought I would give it another shot.
I came close last time (granted, I used the scatter gun approach by guessing several different options) but it might be a little trickier this time because the Modern Warfare franchise has come to an end (or has it?).
So, what are the options?
OXCGN’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Review
The King Reigns Once More
by Nicholas Laborde
©2012 Nicholas Laborde
Both titles were visually stunning, had tight gameplay, offered textbook Clancy action and story, and were well-executed in their overall presentation.
In the time since GRAW concluded, the Call of Duty franchise has soared to momentous heights and consequently claimed a vice grip on the shooter market.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is the first of a three step program to retake the market that Ubisoft once dominated, with steps two and three being the next iterations of Rainbow Six and Splinter Cell respectively.
I can objectively say that it’s the most polished Ghost Recon title to date, and it’s one hell of a breath of fresh air.