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  1. Mcube Games

    Games Deals at Mcube Games

    India's Very own Gaming Store! 1400+ Games & Accessories. 20% Off on 1st Purchase on all games! USE CODE: GAMEON 10% Off Valentine's offer on all accessories. USE CODE: LOVEMCUBE mcubegames.in
  2. Shadoken

    Yakuza Kiwami

    Developer : SEGA Publisher : SEGA Release Date : Summer 2017 Genre : Beat em Up Platform : PS4 Remake of the First Yakuza game on PS4
  3. STORY SPOILERS = BAN GAMEPLAY SPOILERS = BAN POST SPOILERS IN THE SPOILER THREAD: Developer: Rockstar Publisher: 2K Games Release Date: Fall 2017 Platforms: PS4 and Xbox One Genre: Open World Action Adventure (Western) Developed by the creators of Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2 is an epic tale of life in America’s unforgiving heartland. The game’s vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience. Trailer releasing on Thursday 11 am et.
  4. Shadoken

    Bloodborne

    Publisher : Sony Developer : From Software Genre : ARPG Release Date : Early 2015 Platforms : PS4
  5. NO SPOILERS HERE, USE THE SPOILER THREAD: SPOILERS (plot twists, fate of characters) = INSTA BAN ANY CHARACTERS, LOCATIONS AND ITEMS NOT MENTIONED IN PREVIEWS/REVIEWS BUT POSTED HERE FOR THE FIRST WEEK = BAN Developed by: Quantic Dream Published by: Sony Platform: Playstation 4 exclusive Release: TBA
  6. Shadoken

    Yakuza 0

    Developer : SEGA Publisher : SEGA Release Date Jan 24th 2017 Genre : Beat em Up Platform : PS4 http://blog.us.playstation.com/2016/07/27/yakuza-0-launches-january-24-2017-exclusively-on-ps4/ Gameplay A series first, Kiryu and Majima both can fight with three completely different styles that suit your style of play or the situation at hand. Balance, Speed, or Power -- Which will you choose? Not that you have to choose -- all three styles, once unlocked, can be swapped on the fly. MAJIMA Thug Style This showboating fighting style born of the streets suits the young Goro Majima's personality. Its flashy kicks and omnidirectional attacks gather attention, but Majima won't hesitate to go for the eyes or vital organs while in this style. Much like Kiryu's "Brawler" style, the Thug style has various grabs and is the most well rounded his styles. Slugger Style The Slugger fighting style puts the "bat" in "battle". Fend off blade attacks with your bat and then come out swinging to crush your opponent's guard. You can even use the bat in unconventional ways like treating it as a sword or nunchaku. By balancing the iron defense and iron hammers, you can overwhelm many opponents with this powerful style. Breaker Style Incorporate break dancing moves in this fighting style to break your opponents. Spin, slam and serve your opponents faster than they can keep up with. Additionally, Majima can strike a pose after performing spinning attacks causing an incredible amount of damage. It may not look like he's fighting, but when Majima is in this tricky style, his opponents will be taken out before they know what hit them. KIRYU Brawler Style This forceful fighting style embodies the strength held by a young Kazuma Kiryu. It is a fair match against any fighting style with its kicks, punches, grabs and throws. Additionally, it has a counter attack ability that lets you throw a punch immediately after being hit. By staying in control of a fight, this style can bring down even the toughest opponents. Beast Style This monstrous style uses its surroundings to Kiryu's advantage. It has powerful hits and grab attacks when fighting unarmed, but its true strength lies in fights where there are objects lying around. Automatically pick up anything Kiryu can use as a weapon and bash your opponents faces in. You can use this style to crush enemies and weapons into pieces. Rush Style A swift fighting style that uses fast-paced repetitive punches combined with sways and weavings from light footwork. Gracefully dodge anything that's thrown at you until you find the perfect opportunity to dash in pummel your opponent. If you can get in a certain number of hits fast enough, the opponent will fall unconscious and, from there, you can slam in your strongest charged attacks.
  7. Joe Cool

    Injustice 2

    Injustice 2 will be available for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One in 2017. -More details soon.
  8. Recyclebin32

    A Plague Tale: Innocence

    Initial release date: 2019 Developer: Asobo Studio Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Did anyone see the gameplay? Thoughts on the game? I'm kind of sceptical but it could be something really amazing.
  9. Ravi Kumar

    Surge Protector for PS4 (UK)

    I just got my ps4 today from UK but can anybody let me know how do i make sure it wont be dead as the plug in EU is different and here it is different Bangalore (india) Can it take 240 V is my ideal question ? Any best surge protectors out there which will support UK or should i buy any extra accessory !. Please advice !
  10. funnyadit

    Ashes Cricket

    Big Ant Studios have announced that Ashes Cricket will launch on 16th November on PS4 and Xbox One, with a release on PC coming later Also Ross has said that PC release date would be before Christmas. Official Press Release: https://press-start.com.au/news/playstation/2017/10/05/ashes-cricket-release-date-revealed-ps4-xbox-one/ Short interview by Ross on Ashes Cricket: https://press-start.com.au/news/playstation/2017/10/05/heres-ashes-cricket-improves-don-bradman-cricket-17/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKwAibqvY_A Big Ant Studios, Australia’s premier sports video game developer, has today announced Ashes Cricket. Developed in close collaboration with Cricket Australia, it is the most realistic and authentic recreation of the sport ever created. Ashes Cricket will feature real cricketers, battling it out on real grounds, right from the comfort of your lounge room and will be available on PlayStation®4, Xbox One and PC in November this year. Ashes Cricket, the first cricket game from Big Ant to be fully licensed, utilises their celebrated photogrammetrytechnology, which enables photo-real likenesses of the complete men’s and women’s Australian and English cricket teams to be rendered in-game. Added to the fully licensed stadiums, recreated in stunning detail, players will feel like they’re right there on the field as they play. “There is no competition in cricket that has the heritageand prestige of the Ashes competition” Big Ant CEO, Ross Symons, said. “We’ve worked hard to build on our existing experience with cricket to deliver a trulyrealistic game of cricket to our fans.” For players that are looking for a break from the heat of the Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes and Magellan Men’s Ashes competitions, all the much-loved featuresfrom Big Ant’s sports games will also make a return to Ashes Cricket. Players will be able to create their own players, teams, stadiums and logos. They’ll also be able to create their own competitions and types of matches, from a short, furious five over match, right through to extended, multi-nation Test match tours. Additionally, players will be able to enjoy a comprehensive career mode that allows them to take their own customised junior cricketer all the way to the ultimate dream; captaining their country to Ashes victory. “Time and time again players tell us the feature they love most about our cricket games is the deep customisation options” Symons said. “We have produced a true Ashes Cricket game, through and through, but we’ve also made sure that our heritage in sports games remains true”. “Cricket Australia’s new strategy recognises the growing role that gaming can play in reaching younger fans, and by working with the likes of Big Ant to develop products that meet this need we are positioning ourselves as leaders in the cricket gaming space globally,” said Cricket Australia CEO, James Sutherland. “The anticipation for the summer of cricket is building and this game will give our fans another way to be a part of the cricket excitement.” ECB Commercial Director Sanjay Patel said: “We want cricket to be relevant and accessible to the e-sports generation, helping us develop an even bigger nationwide following for the game at every level. “Ashes Cricket has been designed to be as life-like andauthentic as possible. It’s the ideal way for fans to recreate all the excitement and tension of a real-life Ashes contest in their own living rooms.” Ashes Cricket will be available on PlayStation®4, Xbox One and PC in November this year. Pre-orders are nowopen! Screenshots:
  11. funnyadit

    AO Tennis

    Big ant studios finally announced their next step into another sports, this time with tennis and the licensing streak continues with Australian Open and Rafael Nadal in the cover... Check out this announcement trailer of the game below... Initial release for Australia and NZ only... Remaining regions in the first half 2018 and PC release later in the year... Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AOTennisGame
  12. Shadoken

    Soul Calibur VI

    Developer : Namco Bandai Publisher : Namco Bandai Release Date : TBA 2018 Genre : Fighting Game Platforms : PS4,Xbox,PC Trailer
  13. Big Boss

    Shadow of the Colossus Remake

    Developer: BluePoint Games Release Date: 2018 Platforms: PS4, PS4 Pro Couldn't find original game's topic, so created new one.
  14. Skybound Games, which is the extension company of Skybound Entertainment - the firm which actually publishes the original Walking Dead comics, have stepped in to complete Telltale's The Walking Dead - The Final Season. It seems the original creator of the Walking Dead world as a whole (i.e. the original Walking Dead Comics), Robert Kirkman has taken an interest in the series, and wants to ensure that the story gets a proper closure. In his own words "We can't lose Rick and Clem in the same year" (referring to lead actor Andrew Lincoln's departure from the TWD TV Show). Skybound Games have already reached a deal with Telltale Games that will allow them to continue The Walking Dead: Final Season game. Tweet from Skybound Games - Source from which I got the news: http://www.rpgfan.com/news/2018/8319.html
  15. I want to buy a PS4, would like community share experience?I have many games on my PS3. Can I transfer them to my PS4 and if so, what is the cost?Do i need to purchase a psn cd keys? Is the hard disk upgrade compatible with the PS3? What hard drive is recommended?   Friends suggest that the new PS4 will be out . when will it be released?   Are the old drivers compatible with the new PS4? What connections are available if it is not only USB?   That's all I can think now. I am asking these questions here instead of going for them because I am trying to encourage some discussions as well.Thank you  
  16. maxgamer19

    best option to buy ps4 from?

    Hi everyone, I am planning to buy a ps4 in early December. I came across this ad on olx. It goes by the name of Happy Gaming World and is selling ps4 1tb for 23000 without warranty. He will ship ps4 from Nagpur and is giving cod. Does he seem legit? In Delhi samurai corner is selling 1tb for 23500 without warranty. During Black Friday sale the price expected is 199$ for 1tb and the price will come to 22k-23k including customs but will take 15-20 days and no warranty. So which is the best option to go with according to you guys?
  17. Engineer

    The Surge

    Lords of the Fallen studio Deck 13 is attempting to take the Dark Souls formula into the future. What if the modern trends ruling the world as we know it continued on their most negative possible path? That’s the question posed by The Surge, and it’s the answers that developer Deck 13 has come up with that inform its narrative and environment. Mega corporations have pillaged the world of its resources, putting Earth on the brink of environmental disaster and possible implosion. Artificial intelligence systems have replaced the need for businesses to employ humans in any significant numbers, causing severe social unrest and disillusionment. These themes have been explored before, in any number of other games as well as novels, comics and movies, but they’ve not been wrapped around the gameplay systems that underpin The Surge’s core interactions. Given that this near-apocalyptic vision of the future is from the same creative talent that gave us Lords of the Fallen, it should come as no surprise that the direction here is centred around an intelligent approach to combat, precise levelling up and continual exploration. Lords of the Fallen might not have embraced quite such a challenging design philosophy as Dark Souls, but it wasn’t far off. The Surge’s sci-fi setting offers new twists on what is, at its core, a familiar format. Most obviously, the uniformly gloomy, claustrophobic atmosphere that most games of this sort adhere to is replaced with something altogether more colourful and, in an unusual way, charming. Given that you’re playing a lone individual tasked with quelling an AI disaster that has resulted in robots setting off on a crazed murder spree against all humans the tone remains sinister, but the aesthetic is appealing in the juxtaposition it sets up against the majority of games aiming to deliver this degree of challenge. For all the qualities exuded by Dark Souls, Bloodborne and Lords of the Fallen, the dark-fantasy trimmings were not to everyone’s taste and, undoubtedly, alienated some of its potential audience. This high-tech future setting should work to attract some of those that previously kept their distance due to their disinterest in gothic castles and shield-bearing skeletons. Combat retains the need to play sensibly and enter every fray, no matter how straightforward it might seem, under the proviso that it might be your last. Strafing enemies to understand their attack patterns before lunging in, always being ready to dodge and block, not engaging a lone enemy until you know for certain that it really is alone – all of these tactics make up key elements in your arsenal. Certainly, how you think about combat is more important than which weapons you’re carrying. Those weapons are made of industrial items that can be used to carry out melee attacks, rather than bespoke equipment designed primarily as a tool to inflict damage upon robots. The two I’ve seen so far are a plasma cutter that sees a laser anchored by two metal rods, and a basic chainsaw. One of the most efficient ways to employ such tools is to target certain parts of an enemy’s body using a ‘limb targeting’ system. By locking the camera onto an enemy you can direct the right stick to determine where your strikes will land, allowing you to specifically aim for the chest, or an arm or leg. As far as combat is concerned this is The Surge’s ‘big’ feature that Deck 13 hopes will set it apart from the competition and entertain an extra layer of strategy that its genre peers don’t provide. Cutting off an arm, for example, can remove your opponent’s ability to strike with the weapon that it once had the ability to wield. Lopping off a leg, unsurprisingly, reduces its range of movement. These targeting decisions must be weighed against the positioning of any armour it’s wearing. While it might be tempting to cut off the arms holding weapons at every opportunity, it might not be the best idea if you come face-to-face with a robot whose entire compliment of armour is draped across its shoulders. As involving as the sci-fi aesthetic is, it’s ideas like ‘limb targeting’ that are potentially going to set The Surge apart. Therefore, if ideas such as this fail to provide the promised level of complexity and intrigue throughout the entire length of the game then it’s going to be difficult to classify this outing as anything other than a clone wearing a different dress. The most difficult part of any design enterprise is the conception stage, and in this regard Deck 13 seems to be on the right track. But conception means nothing without execution. An attempt at further combat personalisation is being made in the form of an implant system that allows you to assign perks to your character as and when you unlock them. These buff your native stats, such as your health, as well as allow you a better glimpse into the world and its dangers – such as providing a readout of an enemy’s remaining energy once you begin a fight. Again, like the limb targeting system, implants must be sufficiently developed and (seemingly) limitlessly diverse in order to convince players that the careful management of them is worth the time and effort it’s sure to take to uncover them. The Surge’s setting is one that radiates a lust for experimentation and progression free from the prison of ethics and human compassion and, hopefully, that will result in the provision of implants that are more than simple health, strength and status effect modifiers. No matter what, though, this is a genre in need of a different aesthetic gimmick and The Surge seems to be on course to provide that. Whilst that might be enough to cause people to take notice of what Deck 13 is trying to do, any long term success is going to rest in those elements that have the potential to differentiate this game from a crowd that is dominated by the superlative work of From Software. By embracing the sci-fi route Deck 13 has already taken significant steps towards distancing itself from the Dark Souls comparisons that undermined much of what it tried to do with Lords of the Fallen. Now it is up to the studio to convince us that it has the ability to change the rules of the genre without removing and/or tampering with what has made it so popular up to this point. The Surge will be releases sometime in 2017. Source: VG247
  18. Hey guys, I and some of my friends have started a discord server exclusively in the preparation of the sequel to Destiny. Here is a non-expiring link to the server https://discord.gg/u4D2acm Regardless of which platform you'll be playing the game, you can join the server. If you still have issues in joining, PM me and will send a link across.
  19. RV1709

    Dead By Daylight

    Dead by Daylight is an asymmetric survival horroronline multiplayer video game developed by Behaviour Interactive and published by Starbreeze Studios.[2] Dead by Daylight was released for the Microsoft Windows operating system in June 2016,[3][4] and released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One home consoles in June 2017.[5][6][7] The game is (4v1) where one player takes on the role of the savage Killer, and the other four players play as Survivors, trying to escape the Killer and avoid being caught, tortured, and killed.
  20. Shadoken

    Yakuza 6

    Developer : SEGA Publisher : SEGA Release Date Jan 24th 2017 Genre : Beat em Up Platform : PS4 First Yakuza game running on new engine made exclusively for PS4.
  21. Joe Cool

    Ghost of Tsushima

    The year is 1274. Samurai warriors are the legendary defenders of Japan--until the fearsome Mongol Empire invades the island of Tsushima, wreaking havoc and conquering the local population. As one of the last surviving samurai, you rise from the ashes to fight back. But, honorable tactics won't lead you to victory. You must move beyond your samurai traditions to forge a new way of fighting--the way of the Ghost--as you wage an unconventional war for the freedom of Japan.
  22. KnackChap

    Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

    the first 3 games remastered/remade ala the new RnC
  23. The centre playstation button in the dual shock 4 is not turning on my PS4. Even when the console is on, pressing the playstation button doesnt seem to make it connected with PS4. Strange thing is if i connect it via wire to PS4 it gets detected after that if i unplug it, the connection remains and i am able to play. Tried over the settings menu i couldn't figure out what is at fault. If anyone is aware of this problem kind help me out. [edit] Tried resetting the DS4 still the same. Once it gets paired with the PS4 over wire, i have no problem with any of the buttons or functions
  24. Sahil12

    Does this deal look LEGIT?

    PS4 Phantom Pain Bundle for Rs8000 without warranty, but looks new piece. With quickr money back guarantee. https://www.quikr.com/electronics-appliances/ps4-playstation-4-console-metal-gear-solid-v-the-phantom-pain-limited-edition+gurgaon+W0QQAdIdZ301350574
  25. Joe Cool

    Titanfall 2

    Titanfall 2 will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC More details soon.
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