The HD console port of the PS Vita title Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation will arrive on Xbox Live Arcade in mid-January.
The end of the Battlefield 4 crash-fest draws near, as today’s update should fix several crashes and bugs within the PS4 version.
The caped-crusader returns for his third open-world video game, but has the Dark Knight sharpened his crime-fighting skills since Arkham City, or is this just a cash-in on the franchise?
[Note: This article contains information about hacking software for the PC version of Battlefield 4. I do not condone, nor promote such software; I’m simply creating an awareness of the situation in case of an in-game encounter.]
Lab Zero Games is still hard at work developing those promised DLC characters and updates courtesy of the IndieGoGo campaign, and those console updates are coming, but due to some upsetting business situations, Skullgirls fans must continue to indefinitely wait for the 360/PS3 DLC.
The Xbox 360 allows for disk-based games to be installed onto the hard-drive for better performance and quicker load-times; Rockstar has advised 360 owners to not install Grand Theft Auto V.