So… erm, here’s a thing that I didn’t expect to surface at the same time as myself from the dark depths of gaming history, as it appears that the 2009 Ghostbusters game from developer Terminal Reality’s may be getting the remaster treatment. Of course, this will be perfect timing if the rumours and evidence from… Read More Ghostbusters – The Video Game looking to get a remaster in time for the next movie
Sad piece of news, that just missed being posted yesterday as Screaming Villians appear to have updated their website over Christmas, removing the xbox edition and announcement of 90s classic Night Trap from all marketing materials. They’ve even gone to the point of avoiding any questions being answered relating to the missing release. Whether this… Read More Night Trap for Xbox One has been killed..
To be honest, I didn’t expect this series to be made backwards compatible for a while. So it’s a pleasant surprise today to find Microsoft dropping the news that the original, and it’s sequels Crysis 2 and 3 (but not Crysis Warhead) have all made the jump to XBox one via Backwards Compatibility. Crysis was… Read More Crysis 1,2 and 3 all backwards compatible on Xbox one
Playstation classics Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3, which previously on the PS3 and Xbox 360 recieved the HD treatment have been announced by Microsoft as the next titles recieving the backwards compatibility treatment, joining a huge list of previous titles, and putter further shame of their competitors paltry offerings right now. Given Konami had… Read More Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 recieve backwards compatibility treatment on Xbox One
Double Fine’s heavy metal classic Brutal Legend featuring Eddie Riggs (voiced by Jack Black honing his inner rock god) is the latest game in Microsoft’s attempt to make every xbox game backward compatible on the Xbox one. While an excellent adventure in itself, the music soundtrack covers the rock greats from the likes of Black… Read More Brutal Legend rises for an encore on Xbox backwards compatibility