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Tip: Storage Space and What You Can Do With It.
It’s the intro screen, your fingers are itching to begin, your eyes want to spot out the enemy, you grab it, grip it and rip it… Then you hear a voice in your head that asks…..
What Type of Pilot Are You?
And bam….your Titan falls from the skies above and ….. The rest is up to you!!!
Titanfall …. Out now.
Tired if that same old sports or battle game for your next gen console? Well gets your hands on Thief…. That is if it’s still there when you and pick it up.
You might think of Thief as just another game but in fact it’s just opposite. Thief takes place over a beautiful landscape of mysterious levels with game play that is sure to make you scratch your head. Such as the player dieing, to the restarts at checkpoint or travels between hub areas in the game, you are greeted with concept art of the world the game’s titular hero, Garrett, inhabits, depicting scenes and structures that are as intricate as they are haunting.
So go on, see just how good of Thief you really are.
Are you ready for the drop? If not, then how about your start? Start be being deployed by a pilot who has you engage the enemy by jumping out of an air ship to the multiplayer map, but the outcome of this start will end differently for both sides. This will depend on if the player wins or loses in the match, the losing team has to escape to an air ship to transport them off of the match, while the wining team has to destroy the pilots or the transportations ships to stop anyone from leaving from the enemy team.
“Titanfall” comes out March 11, and you do not want to miss this gem of a game. This is the game that starts the year off on triple A titles for next gen consoles. Move over Playstation 4, Titanfall is going to make you scream to come out of its shadow.
Square Enix has confirmed that its well into development and currently working on a Tomb Raider sequel for the next generation of consoles.
In an open letter, the company’s Western CEO Phil Rogers confirmed that a sequel has been in development for some time.
“I am also excited to reveal that we are well into development on a next-generation Tomb Raider sequel – something you may have heard about recently,”
It was also said that a sequel was pretty much guaranteed considering the game’s success. It also confirmed at Comic-Con this year that Dark Horse comics were producing a series set after the conclusion of the first game and designed to lead into the eventual follow-up.
Still, it’s good to know for certain that the game is in development, that it’s making good progress, and that it’ll be on next-gen consoles everywhere. Be sure to let us know what you’d like to see in a sequel in the comments.