Here at Comics and Gaming Magazine Ustad is an editorial intern, taking a look at all the breaking newses. His love of games started at an early age when he became a Megaman expert, Zelda fanatic, and a Doom failure. He enjoys pretty much any genre of game and so his backlog is currently in the hundreds. He’ll never get through all of them, which makes him sad. All he really wants to do with his life is nothing.
The remaining assets of THQ have now been auctioned off. Anything that remained following February’s property auction was available for interested parties to bid on until Apr. 15.
Bethesda Softworks have officially revealed the game that’s been teased all week. Titled The Evil Within, the game is described as a horror/action title helmed by Shinji Mikami’s studio Tango Gameworks.
Just a couple months away from E3, Nintendo fans were treated to another Direct webcast, where there were a slew of titles on display for their handheld 3DS along with some news for the Wii U.
With Drinkbox Studios Guacamelee! now out, we give you everything you need to know about studio and game in issue 27 of Comics & Gaming Magazine.
Two major exclusives releases for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 have so far seen disappointing sales figures.
In a post on Bethesda’s blog, the team announced that the developers behind Skyrim are now moving on to their next major project, meaning Dragonborn is the final piece of content that will be released for the title.
In a poll on Time Magazine, Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson was second in votes, having far more people saying he should “Absolutely” be on the list rather than “No Way.”
In a move to “streamline operations” in preparation for next-gen platforms, Electronic Arts has laid off an undisclosed number of employees at one of their studios.
Fans that were disappointed following the news that Rayman Legends would receive a seven month delay to September will be happy to know the game (which was completed at the time of the delay) is seeing additional levels included.