Halo 5 Guardians Stunning Opening Cinematic Revealed in New Trailer

Halo 5 Guardians Stunning Opening Cinematic Revealed in New Trailer

343 Industries finally released a new trailer for Halo 5: Guardians after some teasing and it was revealed to be the opening cinematic for the game with Fireteam Osiris and Jameson Locke. The trailer was a lot more than just story intrigue though – Locke and his fireteam immediately jump into the fray on a Covenant world in an effort to rescue Dr. Catherine Halsey.

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Fallout 4 will have 275 different levels of XP for character perks

Fallout 4 will have 275 different levels of XP for character perks

Fallout 4‘s character perks will have XP levels of their own, according to a new interview with Bethesda. Speaking in Official Xbox Magazine (as quoted here) an un-named Bethesda spokesperson said that it was basically “perk-ception”. “You’ll still level up via XP, and each level increase will still give you a point to spend on a perk, but now those perks have varying XP levels of their own.”

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Metal Gear Solid 5's PC disc contains nothing but an 9 MB Steam installer

Metal Gear Solid 5′s PC disc contains nothing but an 9 MB Steam installer

Can Konami possibly make themselves look worse in gamer’s eyes anymore? Yesterday I would have thought no – after cancelling Silent Hills, deciding to focus on mobile and removing Hideo Kojima’s name from Metal Gear Solid 5, they were like EA for the new generation. One Metal Gear Solid fan got their hands on a retail copy of MGS5 early however, and what they discovered is downright pathetic.

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Battlefield and Star Wars Battlefront "don't share a single system", says DICE

Battlefield and Star Wars Battlefront “don’t share a single system”, says DICE

DICE are coming out swinging (again) at the idea that they just reskinned Battlefield and sold it to us as a whole new game. Quoted in Official PlayStation Magazine, DICE’s general manager Patrick Bach says that “I don’t think we have a single system in the game that is the same as in Battlefield. They are as far apart as any shooter would be to any other shooter.”

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Xenoblade Chronicles X Special Edition Launching December 4

Xenoblade Chronicles X Special Edition Launching December 4

Monolith Soft’s Xenoblade Chronicles X, the sequel to the Wii exclusive breakout JRPG, is undoubtedly one of the biggest games in the Wii U’s future lineup- so of course it makes sense that it would be promoted with a special edition. In addition to the special console bundle that was announced and confirmed already, the game itself will also be getting a Special Edition.

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