The Sims 4 finally gets some gameplay shown for it! The game releases next year, what are your thoughts on the gameplay shown so far?
At Microsoft’s Gamescom 2013 conference they announced all the games coming to Xbox One which will be available on launch day. There will be 23 games available on the first day the console launches, this doesn’t include mini games, indie games and other content which will be available on the xbox live marketplace. You can view the full list of Xbox One games below.
- Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag (Ubisoft, Ubisoft)
- Battlefield 4 (DICE, Electronic Arts)
- Call of Duty: Ghosts (Infinity Ward, Activision)
- Crimson Dragon (Grounding/Land Ho!, Microsoft Studios)
- Dead Rising 3 (Capcom Vancouver, Microsoft)
- FIFA 14 (EA Sports, Electronic Arts)
- Fighter Within (AMA Ltd., Ubisoft)
Microsoft held a developer driven conference at Gamescom Germany this morning. The event was only 30 minutes long and didn’t feature a huge amount of xbox One announcements but they did announce some great news for everyone in Europe.
Everyone in Europe that pre-orders an Xbox One will receive a download code for Fifa 14 in the box with the console. From what Microsoft said at the conference this deal will only happen if you pre-order the Xbox One, this wont be available if you buy it after the release date, which is still yet to be confirmed.
This was the week of multiplayer reveals, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Grand Theft Auto Online were shown in great detail this week and the crew talk about it all. We also discuss the July NPD’s, Dying Light gameplay, Kinect no longer being required for Xbox One, and much more! Enjoy the show and remember to leave us comments and questions whichever way you choose!
Featuring: DLB, Blumatt, A Big Shot, Snake-oo, Damian, DaTriggerMan
Playstation 4 release plans will be revealed at Sony’s Gamescom conference next week. In a recent post on Sony’s UK website they had this to say, “We’ll kick off the show at 18:00 BST on 20 August 2013 with a briefing to media on our release plans for PlayStation 4, as well as updates on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.” From The information i have just quoted that all but confirms a release date or release schedule will be revealed at sony’s conference next week in german.
Ill be the first to say lets hope its as early as possible and they keep to there worldwide release date plans they announced back at E3. Everyone in Europe and other areas shouldn’t wait an extra few moths for there net generation console.
Sony’s Gamescom conference will get underway at 6PM BST, 1PM EST, 10AM PST and will be streamed live on DLB-network via the Live Events page.
Well what can you say apart from dammmmm, this online world looks just amazing. Grand Theft Auto Online will give you a full online world and will feature an MMO like experience. You will create your own character and enter the online world with everyone else, you can just hang out in the world, drive about and do what you want or you can participate in events like robbing banks with your friends or on your own. You can also participate in online races, golf games, tennis games and standard team death-match modes and much much more. By doing events like i have mentioned above you will gain money so you can buy houses, cars, planes, guns and pretty much everything you can think.
Grand Theft Auto Online will be available 2 weeks after the game is on sale and will be downloadable to your Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. It will be free of charge if you buy the game brand new but from what we have seen if you buy the game rented you will probably have to pay for Grand Theft Auto Online.
Just check out the amazing video above.
Update – Grand theft Auto Online will support up to 16 players at one time, it will launch on October 1st and will be available completely free if you brought Grand Theft Auto V.
During E3 Microsoft announced the Xbox One will be $500/£429 and will launch this November in 21 different markets around the world. In a blog post yesterday they said this was an aggressive approach and have recently noticed they cant produce enough Xbox’s Ones for all 21 markets. There could be a few reasons behind this, 1 it’s selling above there demand, 2 they have had production problems, 3 they have found a technical issue with finished units. Please understand the reasons behind this are currently unknown so we are just guessing with the points we have just made.
All the countries i am about to mention have been dropped from the November release date and will be available sometime in Q1 2014. Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland.
Microsoft also announced all the countries dropped from the November release date will receive a free unknown game when they do eventually get a Xbox One.
It’s………………another Call Of Duty. But with girls, groundbreaking!!! Watch the trailer above.
Yes! It’s the return of the weekly Playstation Store updates on DLB-Network. We will be combing the EU and US updates into one post, you will be able to find full details after the jump and we will just use the first section for highlights of the week.
Highlights of the week
U.S Highlights – Payday 2 is the biggest hit this week, available to download from the store at $59.99/49.99. The Playstation Vita has also gained some nice additions like Fruit Ninja completely optimised for the Playstation Vita’s controls. Finally Fifa 14, Diablo 3,Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn plus collectors edition and Lost Planet 3 have all become available for pre-order at $59.99.
That’s the highlights for the week, check out the full list of items from both regions by clicking the ‘Read More’ button below.
In today’s video DLB discusses what Sony could bring to there next generation console the Playstation 4 on the media side of things. Playstation have already announced they will keep working on brining multi media apps to the Playstation 4 like Netflix, Video/music unlimited and more, DLB goes on to explains how this could be taken to the next level.
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