Destiny’s Iron Banner Returns Today

Destiny’s Iron Banner Returns Today

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Homefront: The Revolution

Homefront: The Revolution

With a story penned by Hollywood director and screenwriter John Milius, the original Homefront was an ambitious military shooter rendered mediocre by technical limitations, dated graphics, and a lack of distinguishing features. A few regime changes later – which include both the series’ developer and publisher – and Homefront: The Revolution returns with some novel additions including a unique take on the open-world format and on-the-fly weapon customization. Unfortunately, developer Dambuster Studios failed to slay Homefront’s true enemy; an unending litany of glitches, A.I. failings, and performance issues that do indeed differentiate Homefront from other shooters, but for all the wrong reasons.

Homefront: The Revolution reboots the series’ already dubious premise with an even more absurd explanation of America’s downfall: In the near future, the U.S. government sees fit to start buying all of its military equipment from the technological powerhouse that is North Korea, which then renders our defenses useless by disabling all of our electronic devices via a hidden backdoor. With the stage hastily thrown together, the first few minutes play out like a greatest hits of lazy Call of Duty plot points, including being forced to witness point-blank executions, a brutal interrogation scene, and more close calls for protagonist Ethan Brady than you can count. Homefront’s shoddy character animations can’t convey the gravitas Dambuster is going for, and neither can the dreadful characters (including an ally who tortures North Koreans for fun and threatens to cut off your nipples) or cliché-ridden dialogue.

Square Enix Releases New Character Screens And Stills From Kingsglaive

Square Enix Releases New Character Screens And Stills From Kingsglaive

Information for seven of the film’s characters has been updated with profiles — albeit in Japanese — and stills from the film. Announced in March, the film is expected to release before Final Fantasy launches on September 30 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The movie will fill in what’s happening in Lucis while main character Noctis and friends are on their journey. Check out a gallery of the new screens below.

Square Enix updated the Japanese site for its upcoming film, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, today with new character information and stills. And they’re gorgeous.

Information for seven of the film’s characters has been updated with profiles — albeit in Japanese — and stills from the film. Announced in March, the film is expected to release before Final Fantasy launches on September 30 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The movie will fill in what’s happening in Lucis while main character Noctis and friends are on their journey. Check out a gallery of the new screens below.

Will Show Off Fallout 4

Will Show Off Fallout 4

Mods are coming to Fallout 4 on Xbox One soon, but you might be wondering just how it will work. Today, Bethesda is going to answer that question via live stream.

You’ll be able to check out some of the early mods, how to implement them, and how they work on Xbox One. Additionally, the Xbox team published a video yesterday showing off four that introduce new weapons, tactical goggles, and settlement options.

Mods are coming to Fallout 4 on Xbox One soon, but you might be wondering just how it will work. Today, Bethesda is going to answer that question via live stream.

You’ll be able to check out some of the early mods, how to implement them, and how they work on Xbox One. Additionally, the Xbox team published a video yesterday showing off four that introduce new weapons, tactical goggles, and settlement options.

Mods are coming to Fallout 4 on Xbox One soon, but you might be wondering just how it will work. Today, Bethesda is going to answer that question via live stream.

You’ll be able to check out some of the early mods, how to implement them, and how they work on Xbox One. Additionally, the Xbox team published a video yesterday showing off four that introduce new weapons, tactical goggles, and settlement options.

F1 2016

F1 2016

Codemasters and Deep Silver are hitting the track again this summer, with a new installment in the F1 franchise. F1 2016 will feature a new career mode that takes players through ten years of events.

Career mode begins with the selection of an avatar and car number. Players will be able to choose any Formula One team to join, and each will have its own personality and performance expectations. As you race and improve, you’ll be able to take contracts with other teams or stick it out with your first choice.

Other additions this year include the safety car and the relatively new virtual safety car implemented in recent years. Codemasters says that more improvements will be detailed leading up to release. The 2016 version will also include the Baku, Azerbaijan street circuit.

You can check out the first in-game screenshots below. F1 2016 will be out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. For more on the series, you can check out our review of last year’s game.

Choose Their Favorite Overwatch Characters

Choose Their Favorite Overwatch Characters

We’ve all been playing a lot of Overwatch here at Game Informer. It’s safe to say we’re fans (head here for our review), but do you know which characters we’re fans of?

Below you will find a handful of Game Informer editors’ favorite Overwatch characters and why they consider them to be their favorite. Let us know who your favorites are in the comments below and we will be happy to explain why our favorites are actually better.

I traditionally enjoy playing support, so Mercy is an easy go-to for me.

But last night I decided to give Symmetra a try. She isn’t great for every mode, but if you find yourself playing defense, she’s a monster.

Her turrets inspire creative thinking, because they are so vulnerable once detected. They’re fragile, so you’ll want to find clever places to plant them. My favorite video shows off what a friend calls Symmetra’s car wash.

Upon announcement and at the start of the open beta, I was fairly certain Tracer would be my go-to. She looks awesome and I heard comparisons between her and the Scout in Team Fortress 2 – a character I’ve always enjoyed playing. During the beta I played a few rounds with her, but she didn’t click for me. I am excited to give her more time, but out of the gate, I was eager to put her aside for other characters after dying a few too many times.

After dabbling with Bastion and having a few good rounds with Widowmaker, I decided to give Genji a try after sitting in on our Pro Tacktics Test Chamber video where we spent a few rounds with him. I’m actually not in love with his design as he looks pretty generic, but I love having a double jump. I love it almost as much as I love walking right up to a Bastion turret while deflecting their bullets and destroying them.

A lot of people are playing Bastion now during the honeymoon period of Overwatch because he’s a great starter character and he can do some real damage. In voice chat (and online) people are getting frustrated with his power, which makes it all the more satisfying to just walk up to him and blow him up as your team cheers. Genji is also a very strong melee character, which I enjoy. I am an up-close-and-personal kind of player when it comes to shooters.

As the game moves on and people move away from using Bastion, I may have less use for Genji, but right now, he’s my favorite.


Brian Shea – Widowmaker
When I first started playing Overwatch, I went for easy-to-use characters like Bastion, Soldier: 76, and Reaper. I didn’t care much for Soldier: 76 after a while, and Bastion and Reaper stuck pretty well, but my favorite has emerged as Widowmaker. This surprised me since I’ve never been a sniper in multiplayer shooters, but I like the way she can climb to places many other characters can’t reach thanks to her grappling hook, and even handle herself up-close since her sniper rifle doubles as a pulse rifle. I also like the team benefits of her Infra-sight ultimate.

Wade Wojcik – Soldier: 76
In a game where the player shifts perspective between multiple characters, I’m the kind of guy who likes to stick with the first one I’m given. In Warcraft 3 the Orcs were my favorite because I had to start the game as Thrall. This game is no different. The Overwatch tutorial begins with Soldier: 76, and he is a well-rounded killing machine. As a fan of all things FPS it’s perfect for my play style, and I think the aim-bot super move is simply brilliant.

I tend to gravitate toward support classes whenever possible, and I love how many different options I have in that area with Overwatch. During my time with the game, one hero has risen above the rest: Mercy. First, I love providing a direct benefit to my teammates by either providing heals or damage buffs. It’s her ability to raise fallen teammates that makes her truly stand apart for me. And while I have killed a couple of enemies with her offensive weapon, it’s so puny (at least for me), that I’m rarely – if ever – tempted to try and make a lone-wolf run of it.