We spoke to Mark Little on a Skype call at the WWE 2K19 Preview Event in Mumbai last week discussing the various improvements and additions fans can expect in 2K19 including performance, gameplay, new modes, and more.
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We spoke to Mark Little on a call at the WWE 2K18 Preview Event in Mumbai last week discussing the PC version, Nintendo Switch, PS4 Pro, game modes, and more.
WWE 2K18 feels like an improvement in many areas but still lacking in some major ones.
Our special post-E3 2016 podcast is packed with an extensive recap of the announcements from all the major press conferences, and more.
In comparison to Microsoft’s E3 press conference earlier in the day, Sony’s was quite straightforward. With no new hardware to unveil, Sony stuck to the games, and did a great job of it.
Microsoft’s hardware-heavy E3 2016 press conference had its fair share of great moments, but also others that weren’t quite so.
With all the major press conferences completed, we now have a complete list of all the new games that were announced at E3 2016, and here they are with trailers/gameplay.
E3 is once again upon is and aside from the speculation around games, there’s also talk of new hardware this time around.
Battleborn and Overwatch aren’t quite like the other online shooters currently in the market, but they aren’t all that different either.
In the last episode of 2015: Kojima goes indie, Capcom finds a distributor, the VR debate, the best and worst of 2015, and a look ahead to 2016.
This week: PlayStation experience, Uncharted 4 beta impressions, Rise of the Tomb Raider sales, Amazon’s horrible customer support, a discussion on the good and bad of pre-release Betas, and more.
This week: Winners, drama and more at The Game Awards, Psychonauts 2, Far Cry Primal and Dark Souls 3 collector’s editions, Rainbow Six Siege and Just Cause 3 impressions, and a PS4 game from an Indian dev.
On this week’s podcast: what to expect at PlayStation Experience, a look back at IGX, thoughts on PS4 backwards compatibility, Steam’s INR pricing, and more.
From cosplay to tournaments to hands-on with the latest games, here’s what went down at inaugural edition of IGX, India’s largest consumer games expo.
Where did Overwatch really come from?
With Sony’s presence at Gamescom subdued, Microsoft had a chance to capitalise, but did it?
Bethesda’s press conference was a success largely because it had some great games to show, but also because it was an example of great time management.
The new Need for Speed game is neither going back to the series’ roots, nor is it breaking new ground for the franchise, so how and why is it a reboot?
Reviews and early impressions of The Witcher 3 have all been based on the PS4 version, so we’ve put the PC version through its paces.
By having one of the two major PC graphics companies – AMD and Nvidia – sponsor the PC Gaming Show, the organisers have most certainly alienated the other, and this will hurt the event.