Halo has meant so many things to so many players. Especially the ability to play split-screen multiplayer or co-op, which has been a prominent feature in the Halo games. Unfortunately, that trend is ending with the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians. A long post on the Halo Waypoint gives details on several things such as how visors will be different from Spartan to Spartan, reviving teammates who are "downed", and a bit more detail on the fireteam A.I. But perhaps the biggest is the news of the removal of split-screen campaign. Stated as giving Halo a true next-gen experience, tough choices had to be made. The thought is that there would compromises to the massive scale environments, improved A.I., and increased visual/graphical fidelity. It was a decision that was not easy to make. but to move forward with the ultimate vision of the game this feature had to be cut. This probably will not sit well with fans, but time will tell if the campaign will make us forget all about that.
OUYA has a purchaser in Razer, who gains control of all software assets including its content catalog and online retail platform. Planning to rebrand the OUYA store as the Cortex for Android TV, Razer is looking to establish an Android based platform for TVs. Having already unveiled the Razer Forge TV, acquiring a library of games could be a shortcut to having an established base when the Razer Forge TV releases.
A listing on Amazon's UK site shows a wired keyboard and mouse controller that will work for PS4/PS3. Designed for PC players, the keyboard will have programmable buttons, a touch pad, and an LED backlight. The product is listed as officially licensed by Sony, who has not made a formal announcement. The Amazon page has the keyboard and mouse listed for £86.35.
After a rough start, Capcom took down the Street Fighter V beta to do a little bit of server maintenance. That was supposed to be a temporary fix, but unfortunately the beta has been postponed indefinitely until further notice. The statement from Capcom reads "while we were making progress and collecting valuable data, we felt the majority of players were not having a good experience, and the best course of action would be to take the servers offline for extended maintenance. We will be postponing our first beta phase until we believe the experience is going to be a positive one for players."
Ready for the last bit of DLC for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare? Check out the trailer above for a look at the four new maps and the conclusion of the EXO Zombies mode.
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The last few WWE branded games have offered bonus wrestlers to those who pre-order. Mike Tyson and the Ultimate Warrior are two, but the latest one might take the cake. Pre-ordering WWE 2K16 will get you... The Terminator. While this may seem kind of out of left field, this makes sense if you saw Wrestlemania this year. The above trailer has no footage of the character in-game, but rather a recreation of the bar scene in Terminator 2: Judgement Day with, of course, WWE Superstars.