Back when Dark Souls 3 released it completely rooted itself into my very being. I was constantly thinking throughout my daily routine of different ways to approach bosses or shaking with delight at the possibility of new things to discover. Dark Souls 3 also has a ton of ridiculously tense moments, better than most horror games, that had me reeling through most of the playthrough. I never did fini...[Read More]
With Rock Band Rivals releasing on October 18th, Harmonix wanted to celebrate early by announcing all tracks that will be coming this month! Rejoice! Well, that is if you don’t hate pop songs. If you do, I suggest taking your close minded body away from the next few paragraphs. Coming as a shocker to no one, most of the DLC will be the pre-order bonus DLC for Rock Band Rivals, but we are getting a...[Read More]
Do you still have Battlefield 4, no DLC, and have been waiting to get it? Well I have great news, right now is your best chance. This week’s Spotlight sales have reduced all Battlefield 4 DLC by 100%. That’s right, all of the DLC is free. However, there are a few catches.
With Rock Band Rivals looming only a couple months away, Harmonix wants to make sure they reassure their fans and patrons that they have no intentions on stopping to put out a wide array of DLC for Rock Band 4. This month, I think we will see this in practice, ranging from 2000’s Pop, to 90’s rock, to 80’s hair metal. This month is going to be fun.
It has almost been a year since Rock Band 4 came out, and in that time there have been ups and downs. Good DLC with “bad DLC,” alright sales, splitting from MadCatz, but getting PDP Gaming on board. It’s been a busy year for Harmonix, including monthly updates. However, that was in the past. Now we look forward towards Rock Band Rivals: the first expansion pack for the title.
Every month since October, Harmonix has been releasing a new update to add to the quality and longevity of their title, Rock Band 4. This month’s update will be the last for a few months, allowing them to focus on the upcoming expansion this fall (ooo mystery, mystery) with weekly DLC still continuing. I have to say, their last update before the intermission is a fan requested one that has been be...[Read More]
Ripping the Band-Aid off for you hardcore rock junkies quick: It’s a Pop Week for DLC. The good news, these are actually really good songs from a few years back. The downside is I get a prediction wrong from a few weeks ago, but I am very happy I got this one wrong. The songs this week are:
On March 22nd, if you have purchased the Season Pass for Star Wars Battlefront, you will receive the Outer Rim DLC expansion. In this first wave of paid DLC, Nien Nunb and Greedo are added to the Hero roster. Yes, that means you can truly decide, time and time again, who shot first between Han and Greedo. Nien Nunb, on the other hand, is the Sullustan who flew with Lando Calrissian on the Millenni...[Read More]
Will Bombshell still tank though? It’s hard to deny Bombshell’s critical reception across the board. With a Metascore currently at 44, the game has been called “bad, boring, and broken” by Gamespot. Now, a new patch hopes to offer stability to a game that may have been released too soon, but is still gaining traction by the creators and fans.
The first add on for Bethesda’s Fallout 4 will be available to download on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on Tuesday, March 22nd, and will cost $9.99 in North America. In addition to the release information, a new trailer was included, which you can watch below.
While there is a season pass for Ubisoft’s latest title, Tom Clancy’s The Division, they have stated there will be plenty of free updates for those who are attempting to save New York City from an unprecedented attack. The first of these updates, called Incursions, will be dropping sometime in April.