Return to Jurassic Park DLC for Jurassic World Evolution coming soon

Remember how exciting it was when Frontier added Jeff Goldblum to Jurassic World Evolution? Now that they’ve released Planet Zoo they’re going back and doing one better – returning players to various iconic scenes and locations from the Spielberg film that started it all while also bringing back fellow co-stars Laura Dern and Sam Neill. We really hope the line “after careful consideration, I’ve decided not to endorse your park” is in there somewhere. Read more about the DLC in the press release below. Continue reading “Return to Jurassic Park DLC for Jurassic World Evolution coming soon”

Seven things we learned about Playstation Now

Sony’s Playstation division recently announced new pricing schemes for their Playstation Now streaming/subscription service, as well as announcing the addition of new (rotating) content starting with the likes of GTA 5, God of War, Uncharted 4 and Infamous: Second Son. They also invited us to an event to outline more details about the history and direction of the service, and we came away with some interesting facts: Continue reading “Seven things we learned about Playstation Now”

Football, Tactics & Glory heading to consoles

Creoteam’s Football, Tactics & Glory has been picked up by Austrian publisher Toplitz for a console version later this year. It’s scheduled for Q4 of this year, and Toplitz used Gamescom to make a special announcement leading up to the release. Continue reading “Football, Tactics & Glory heading to consoles”

A VR-only alternative to metacritic

Whether you look up game reviews on gamerankings.com or metacritic.com, there isn’t really a good filter for VR enthusiasts to quickly find the latest and best games for their platform. That’s where vrgamecritic.com steps in – providing a metacritic-like experience with an exclusive focus on VR. Continue reading “A VR-only alternative to metacritic”