New Bombshell Trailer Reveals Villain Voiced By Duke Nukem Actor

The Duke Nukem spin-off called Bombshell will be releasing later this month, though now we are finally getting a taste of what the game’s villain is like. The villain we are seeing for the first time, named Jadus Hiskel, is played by none other than Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John.

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Hideo Kojima Being Inducted Into The AIAS Hall Of Fame By Guillermo Del Toro

Hideo Kojima is set to be inducted into the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame during the 19th D.I.C.E. Awards Ceremony next month, and the person who will be doing the honors is none other than Guillermo Del Toro. For those who don’t remember, Kojima and Del Toro were previously working on Silent Hills for Konami before the company canned the project and severed their ties with Kojima.

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Infinity Ward Readies Call Of Duty Fans For “Incredible” 2016

It will come to the surprise of absolutely nobody that a new Call of Duty will be releasing later this year, as the series shows absolutely no signs of slowing down. Considering Sledgehammer Games developed 2014’s Advanced Warfare and Treyarch developed 2015’s Black Ops III, that means Infinity Ward will be developing whatever Call of Duty 2016 is called.

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Witcher 3 Dev’s Cyberpunk 2077 Aiming For Late 2016 Launch?

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an incredibly massive game with hundreds of hours worth of content that most gamers still haven’t experienced all of yet, but developer CD Projekt Red is already working on the follow-up with Cyberpunk 2077. In fact, the release of the game may not be as far off as originally imagined, if a new report is to be believed.

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Condemn O.R. Condone – Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (PC)

Despite the fact that Turok definitely doesn’t gel with the standards of first-person shooters today, it nonetheless serves as a great nostalgia trip with retro gameplay that is delightfully old-school. Just getting dropped into a foreboding area without being given any context and having to figure things out on your own is an experience that simply doesn’t exist in gaming today, and exploring the game’s expansive levels while coming into contact with hoards of increasingly viscous beasts is always a pleasure. If you want a good reason to take a trip back to the challenging 90’s FPS era, look no further than Night Dive Studios’ Turok: Dinosaur Hunter.

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Condemn O.R. Condone – Guns Up! (PlayStation 4)

Guns Up! up does the free-to-play model right and offers an engaging and rewarding side-scrolling strategy experience for PlayStation 4. Crafting and gradually expanding your perfect base to hold off your enemies is very addicting, and bulking up your troops to take on tougher and tougher opponents is equally entertaining. While the base and troop progression gets grindy in the latter half and some additional maps and modes would be nice, I’ve been playing for many hours and am still having fun with what the game offers.

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The Division Beta Has Been Delayed To Next Year

The Division was set to be getting a beta at some point this month, but after the lack of updates the prospects of that still happening weren’t looking good. Now Ubisoft has made what everyone was assuming official as they have announced that the beta will not be happening this year.

The announcement was made in a blog post where they said that it has been pushed back to early next year, though an official release date was not provided. However, Xbox One owners who pre-ordered the game will still be getting access to the alpha test that begins this week. Keys for the alpha will be sent out shortly.

The alpha for the The Division will begin at 10am CET, 4am EST, 1am PST on Wednesday, December 9. It ends at 3am EST, 12am PST/CET on Saturday, December 1. It will take up 23.2 gb of space on your console and it is pre-loadable.