TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One Monday, February 27, 2017 | 6:14 PM
The Division: The Last Stand and Free Trial

The third expansion for Tom Clancy's The Division is releasing tomorrow on consoles and PC alongside the Update 1.6. A free trial will also be available to new players, giving access to the full game for six hours or until they reach level 8.

TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One Monday, February 27, 2017 | 5:58 PM
Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition - Story Trailer

Peopla Can Fly and Gearbox share this new trailer of Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition which highlights the game's story and the visual overhaul. The title wil release on April 7.

VIDEO | PS4 Monday, February 27, 2017 | 5:01 PM
More videos on the Horizon

The last part of the embargo concerning Horizon: Zero Dawn is now lifted, so we can share a bit more content than in the past few days. On the menu today, some PS4 and PS4 Pro footage, with the 2 different settings for the latter (4K and Performance mode in 1080p). Very few story related spoilers inside, as we have decided not to show you much of the main plot, apart from the game's opening (in French only) and the very first real mission (before the Proving). We'll be live tonight at 8:30 CET if you want to see more and ask specific questions, but if you can't make it, don't hesitate to ask anything you want in the comment section. Although we still haven't completed the game, we'll do our best to answer.

TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One Monday, February 27, 2017 | 4:03 PM
Middle-earth: Shadow of War unveiled

Warner Bros. has formally revealed Middle-earth: Shadow of War, the sequel to Shadow of Mordor developed by Monolith Productions. The game is set to release on August 22nd for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. More details and the announce trailer inside.

VIDEO | PC, Xbox One Monday, February 27, 2017 | 1:15 PM
Halo Wars 2 1440p videos

Although Microsoft had sent us an early copy of Halo Wars 2, we weren't able to play the game before launch, which is why we can only share some gameplay footage now. Inside, you'll find some 1440p videos recorded on PC. Enjoy!

VIDEO | PC, Xbox One Monday, February 27, 2017 | 12:52 PM
Ghost of a Tale is getting bigger

GDC 2017 has brought a new version of Ghost of a Tale for all those who purchased the Early Access on PC. A new area has been added for you to explore, but the game has also been updated with more polished assets. The Xbox One version is apparently coming along nicely, the optimization they have achieved also being profitable to PC players. All the details about the latest version of the game are here, but if you want to check out our video, you'll need to follow us inside.

VIDEO | PS4 Saturday, February 25, 2017 | 4:45 PM
Horizon Zero Dawn now patched

As Guerilla Games announced it a few days ago, a patch was made available just in time for the launch of Horizon: Zero Dawn. PS4 owners will now be able to choose between Performance mode (with enhanced graphics - though it's not clear what is improved - and a steadier framerate - still at 30) and Resolution mode (2160p checkerboard resolution and more detailed textures). We recorded some 1080p to show you the difference, so tell us what you think. The 2 videos start with the performance mode.
Update: 3 comparative videos added, this time recorded in 4K. All 3 start with the resolution mode. 4 images have also been added.
Update 2: Second comparison gallery added.

TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One Friday, February 24, 2017 | 7:10 PM
Mass Effect: Andromeda - Trailers from the past

A rarity happened, Electronic Arts released a good quality video file instead of just a Youtube link. In-game footage but no gameplay in this one as it is about Natalie Dormer who lends her voice to the character Dr. Lexi T'Perro in Mass Effect: Andromeda.
We're sharing next to it a few older trailers -in case someone find the interest- such as the TGA gameplay trailer in 4K and also the Andromeda Initiative videos from Bläck Studios and Creative Director Laurent Clermont. The game is launching next month.

VIDEO | PC Friday, February 24, 2017 | 6:35 PM
Our videos of Hollow Knight

The Metroidvania genre is usually quite popular among indie developers and Hollow Knight seems to be a game to keep an eye on. We particularly like its art style, but what makes it engaging is both its level design and gameplay mechanics. Much like in the Dark Souls series, dying means you have to lose something valuable that you can only retrieve if you manage to go back to the exact spot where you were killed (and you beat your own ghost). It's not souls you lose here, but what serves as money to buy new charms or various items. There are also souls in the game though, as you collect them every time you hit an enemy, which fills a sort of gauge that can be used to either replenish your health, or launch a special attack. It's an interesting mechanic as you're rewarded for playing well and being offensive. The only downside at the moment is that we've been experiencing occasional freezes, which can be annoying during a boss fight (there are 30 of them, and more than 140 different enemies!).

TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch Friday, February 24, 2017 | 5:53 PM
Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap goes retro

LizardCube has revealed a retro feature for Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap. With just a simple push on a button, anytime, anywhere in-game, you can switch from HD to 8-bit graphics. Moreover, if you happen to still have your Sega passcode from 1989, you will be able to load that last save. The game launches this Spring on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC.

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