Today, Rebellion revealed the first gameplay footage of Evil Genius 2: World Domination. It's basically a game where you can live out all your supervillain dreams. Many of the characters look like they're out of Despicable Me.
The second mission of a brand new three-part campaign, Blood Count, launched today. It continues the bizarre story and it's a lot of fun. If you own the season pass, you also get a lot of brand-new skills that make your characters look badass.
Today, Zombie Army 4 launched on Xbox One and PC. The game is the complete package, especially for Xbox One X owners because not only does it feature 4K or 60 FPS modes, but there's mouse and keyboard support built in.
Recently, we came across information that confirmed Zombie Army 4 features two different modes on Xbox One X. There's a "Performance" option that lowers the resolution to around 1080p and renders the game at 60 frames per second (FPS). If you choose "Quality," the rendering resolution appears to be 4K, but the frame rate is limited to 30 FPS.
Rebellion has a history of adding mouse and keyboard support on Xbox One, and Zombie Army 4 is no different. Today, we received confirmation from the developer's PR agency that the title features mouse and keyboard support on the console.
Today, the developer released a six-minute video detailing the story campaign, horde mode, progression, and customization systems. You can take a look at the footage below. Zombie Army 4 seems like a bombastic experience, and we can't wait to get our hands on it next month.
Strange Brigade is a curious game which blends Egyptian mythology and third-person shooting together. Today, developer Rebellion unveiled new gameplay footage at E3 2018. The video features seven minutes of action from the second campaign level.
Today's new story trailer reveals the four heroes as they find themselves in deadly corners of Egypt, where ancient terrors still linger. According to Rebellion, Strange Brigade follows the Witch Queen Seteki and her quest for power.