The gameplay trailer gives players their first glimpse at June Moone’s magic-wielding alter-ego Enchantress in-action as she struggles to contain the mystical powers that have taken hold of her:
Enchantress will arrive on the 9th January for players who have purchased the Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition, Injustice 2 Ultimate Pack or Fighter Pack 3, and will be available as a standalone purchase beginning 16th January from the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store, Steam, and Microsoft Store.
The latest UK game charts are here and Call of Duty WWII is number one.
Latest UK Game Charts
The rest of the UK charts see FIFA 18 take second place, again, with Star Wars Battlefront 2 in third, again, Xbox One newcomer PUBG comes in fourth and Assassin’s Creed Origins stays in fifth.
Here’s the full Top 20 list:
In conclusion, a really exciting and unpredictable week in the charts. Joking aside, it doesn’t come as much of a surprise considering the time of the year. A time where game sales have dramatically slowed down. That being said, we did get to see PUBG make a solid entry on the list.
Survival RPG game Fade to Silence is now available on PC via Steam Early Access.
In Fade to Silence, players take on the role of Ash, a leader forced to battle the elements and all sorts of eldritch-looking monsters in a post-apocalyptic environment. The Early Access launch will introduce gamers to the activities of collecting materials, upgrading equipment, building up the camp or defeating supernatural creatures. There’s a lot to focus on.
Here’s the impressive release trailer for you:
You can grab the game now on Steam Early Access for $29.99/£24.99 – there’s also a 10% discount if you do so with haste.
Good news, we think. You can now join an Xbox party chat using an Android mobile device.
Xbox Party Chat On Mobile
To get this working you will need to acquire the Xbox Beta app from here. Basically, it allows Xbox gamers to communicate with each other through the app via voice chat.
The aforementioned Xbox Beta app is used to test new and upcoming features before they arrive on the primary Xbox app.
You can leave feedback on the Beta app for Microsoft which is used to decide what features deserve more attention – so if this is something you would like to see in the future, make sure to get involved.
Will you be giving it a go? Let us know in the comments below.
My Eyes On You presents to us an alternative version of 80s Chicago and features a dynamic fighting system. Interested from that tidbit alone? Well, here goes.
You play as Jordan Adalien, a framed FBI agent in the neon-noir action adventure whose job is to hunt down the ‘Man in the Crimson Mask’ – a smooth operator that is shedding blood all over the city. That’s why his mask is crimson.
Here’s our first look at the gameplay beamed into your peepers:
The fighting looks impressive. As for the rest of the game, the clues you decide to follow will affect how the story evolves and adapts; will you think rationally, or look into occult elements, for example? There’s also an interesting mechanic at play here: when in stressful situations, Jordan’s anxiety will affect his abilities and provoke hallucinations. Sort of like real life, right?
It’s coming to PC, Xbox One and PS4 at some point, but we don’t know when. One to watch.
Fearful Symmetry and The Cursed Prince Out Now – Boggling?
Players control two characters – the twist being that both are stuck in different dimensions and even worse, these characters have opposite controls. This, combined with different traps and obstacles in the two dimensions results in what we imagine is a tricky puzzle game. Here’s the trailer for your peepers:
Here’s what people are saying on Steam:
“For the price, and the time it will take for the average person to 100% this game, I would say they set it just right.”
“I am pleasently surprised by this game title. It is not the game I usually go for but gameplay is super fun. Looks are not always important. This game is a must have if you like challenging puzzle games. Moving pictures are better than words.”
Pixel art rocks:
“Very interesting puzzle game. I’ve never played one quite like it and it’s cool when something different comes along. The amazing pixel art is very nice to look at as well. I love the soft color’s (sic) used in this game’s art style, they are very easy on the eyes.”
There are over 30 levels in the game with multiple characters to unlock along the journey. We’ll hopefully have a review out for this one soon.
PlayStation VR puzzle platformer, Light Tracer, is coming to Steam on January 15th.
Any gamers wanting to possess the magical staff and godlike powers to help the ‘loveable’ princess climb the Babel-esque towers will be able to do so by purchasing the HTC VIVE or Oculus Rift versions on Steam for $14.99 USD. Here’s the launch trailer for your peepers:
Oasis Games will be adding improvements to Light Tracer too: both VIVE and Rift releases will be updated with enhanced graphics, optimized visuals and the game’s operation system has been upgraded for more “natural control”.
Indie developer Washbear Studio has revealed their new game called Parkasaurus.
Parkasaurus – Dino Love
Coming to Steam soon, the game challenges you to plan, design and construct exhibits that maximize both the happiness of your dinosaurs and the park guests. It’s your job to get them to spend their money – if they have any.
Starting with an abandoned park, not a hospital, you’ll discover new attractions and bond with each of the dinosaurs. You’ll even get to travel back in time to collect old dino eggs to show off to the world in the future. What’s not to like about that?
It’s a weird time to be a gamer when an update adding single-player to a series known for having a great single-player experience is a cause for celebration… But there you go. Modern times!
While we liked Gran Turismo Sport a lot, there’s no doubt its streamlined content and lack of a single-player is a concern. So, Polyphony Digital is addressing this with a new update that adds in the GT League.
The GT League features a series of cups and endurance races like the old days – hooray, it’s what I always wanted.
There’s also going to be some new cars including Audi’s R18, a Vision GT car and a Shelby Cobra. Here’s the rest:
Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD)
Nissan Skyline GT-R V・spec II (R32)
Nissan Skyline GT-R V・spec II Nür (R34)
Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
Lamborghini Countach LP400
Ferrari Enzo Ferrari
KTM X-BOW R
Suzuki Swift Sport
Volkswagen Sambabus Typ 2 (T1)
Chris Holstrom Concepts 1967 Chevy Nova
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible (C3)
More content is also on the way from now until March – 50 new cars are expected in addition to new tracks to race on.
The initial content mentioned will be available for free this December.