PS4, Xbox Games to Play This Christmas: FIFA14, Just Dance, GTA V, Bioshock

GTA511111Whether a laid-back or a hard core gamer, 2013 has provided lot of interactive amusement, the appreciation goes to the extraordinary games launched for various platforms, skill levels and genres. Let us take a peek at the top ten recommended PC and console titles suitable for teens and adults this Christmas.

Forza Motorsport 5 (Xbox One) is for the Racing enthusiasts. It allows the players to drive hundreds of fast cars that include the 2013 McLaren P1, 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 and open-wheel Formula One cars.

FIFA 14 available for all major consoles is a pro soccer sim where the player can play as or against their favourite teams and take control over the various players on the “pitch.”

Just Dance 2014,  the dance game based on rhythm,  is popular among the Pop music fans. The moves of the dancers are picked up by the Kinect sensor (Xbox 360/One), PlayStation Move controller and camera (PlayStation 3/4) or wireless Wii Remote.

 In Fullbright Company’s Gone Home which a game for Windows PC, Mac and Linux, the player arrives home after staying for a year in Europe. The challenge begins when the family isn’t present to greet the player.

Considered one of the best this season, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag allows the player to sail the Seven Seas, during the early 18th century as Edward Kenway.

Sony’s The Last of Us (PlayStation 3) is staged in the near future, when most of the Earth’s inhabitants have been erased out of the face of the earth by a lethal viral outbreak. In this ‘not to be missed’ game the play player is a tough middle-aged man, Joel.

Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto V (PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360) brings the “bad boy” back. The only difference is this time it’s bigger and better. The player can bounce in and out of three lives of simultaneously playable lead characters.

The crazy and highly imaginative BioShock Infinite from 2K Games is set on a city which is afloat in the air. The player makes an effort to save a mysterious young lady with irrepressible powers. This one player adventure is offered on Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PC.

Deep Silver’s Metro: Last Light is for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Enthralling, story-driven first person shooter, Metro: Last Light is the hugely anticipated sequel of 2010’s significantly acclaimed cult classic Metro 2033.

Two Souls is an interactive drama action-adventure video game for the PlayStation 3 console. The game centers round Jodie Holmes, who is forced to work for the CIA and how she abandons the agency and flee as a fugitive. … Read the rest

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Sony PlayStation 4 Vs Microsoft Xbox One – Microsoft Fights Back (Update)

 

Yes, that is correct! Till now Sony’s PlayStation 4 has won most votes about which console gamers would buy, but Microsoft is fighting back big time for the Xbox One!

The Xbox One has been unpopular mostly due to some odd decisions by Microsoft. But since Microsoft has listened to the loads of feedback on these decisions and is actually responding to it in a way that is really delighting the online community, it seems like the Xbox One might just be taking the lead from the PlayStation 4. Microsoft will now allow individuals to develop games for the soon to come console and also let people use the console without having to use the Kinect camera system.

A major up for the Xbox One is that it people who buy it get a free digital copy of FIFA 14. And Xbox One also has a great collection of exclusive games like Dead Rising 3, Titanfall, Forza 5, Project Spark, Quantum Break and the cult favourite Halo 5; with promise of more to come. PlayStation 4 also has loads of exclusive game like Killzone: Shadowfall, The Order: 1886, Drive Club, Infamous: Second Son and Knack. It has some great exclusives like the special GTA V bundle and loads of extra content for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. … Read the rest

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Playstation 4 Vs Xbox One – Sony And Microsoft Indicate A Blitzkrieg at Germany

Last Tuesday saw Gamescon held in Cologne, Germany – and both Microsoft and Sony used it as a chance to indicate the impending console war between the upcoming Playstation 4 and Xbox One. It has been years since either of the two tech giants have released a completely new version of their consoles and both of the companies seem to be gearing up for this coming November. While Sony has stepped up and said that the Playstation 4 will be released on the 15th of November to the USA and Canada – Microsoft has remained quiet about when it will be releasing the Xbox One. What Microsoft has done is tell Europe that the Xbox One will have some special stuff for them like exclusive Ultimate Team features in FIFA 14 and exclusive game content in Call Of Duty: Ghosts.

In a change from its earlier stance, Microsoft will in fact allow individual indie game developers to make game for the Xbox One. Albeit, recognised indie and individual developers will get priority over any other developers. As the day for the new console war draws nearer, game fans around the world hope that consoles will be able to finally compare to PC gaming specifications.  … Read the rest

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Top 3 Games Premier of Assassins Creed 4 Black Flag, Dead Rising 3, Need For Speed Rivals:The Xbox One To Pounce With Thunder

November is going to be a huge month of console gamers with both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 3 slated to be released. Pre release surveys have revealed a lot about what gamers think about the two consoles and the consensus seems to be that the PlayStation is more popular.

But the makers of the Xbox One, Microsoft are not just sitting by idle. As is usual with the Xbox franchise the Xbox One will receive exclusive games, game content and DLCs – mostly because of the different “smartglass” functionality embedded in the controller.

Expect November to see a whole load of game releases as well especially premier ones like Assassins Creed 4 Black Flag, Dead Rising 3, Need For Speed Rivals and Ryse: Son of Rome. According to rumours, FIFA 14 will be free for those who buy the new Xbox One.… Read the rest

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