Another month, another installment in Dead Rising 3’s “Untold Stories of Los Perdidos.”
“Operation Broken Eagle,” follows Spec Ops Commander Adam Kane (real creative naming, guys) as he tries to bring in the President under orders from General Hemlock in order to further the General’s agenda.
This Valentine’s Day (oh, video game publishers, why do you test our relationships so?), Naughty Dog and Sony will be releasing the first story-based DLC for The Last of Us. Centered on the relationship of the young Ellie and her friend Riley, the opening cinematic has been released by Sony.
As I groused previously in my review for the Scorpion DLC for Injustice: Gods Among Us, DC Comics has close to a century and hundreds, if not thousands, of possible characters t
DC Comics has close to 100 years of publication history, out of which thousands of characters have been created. This means that Netherrealm Studios and WB’s Injustice: Gods Among Us has a staggering library of potential DLC fighters to fill out the ranks. So why the hell did we get Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion?
Sony announced that Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: The Video Game was coming to the Playstation Vita with an additional episode titled “400 Days.” Thankfully, this additional content is coming to the games’ other platforms as early as next month.
Injustice: Gods Among Us has the advantage of literally hundreds, if not thousands of characters to digitize as fighters for potential DLC to blister our thumbs and gut our wallets. So it seems kind of odd that the next DLC character has been announced as Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion. Huh?
Injustice: Gods Among Us shares Mortal Kombat DNA in more ways than just its fighting mechanics.
Netherrealm Studios head Ed Boon, the maniac behind Mortal Kombat and Injustice: Gods Among Us, tweeted a survey on his official Twitter asking fans what DC characters they would want to be added as DLC to the four-color fighting game.
EA and Visceral have released “Awakened,” a DLC pack for Dead Space 3 that gives you so much horror that it more than makes up for the supposed lack of it in DS3.