PlayStation Plus October 2015 Free Game Line-up

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Sony has revealed its free games for October’s PlayStation Plus games starting on the 6th of October, and there will be new catalog for the Instant Game Collection.


via blog.us.playstation.com

This time it will be Double Fine’s Point-and-Click adventure Broken Age and the fast, fun, and enjoyable 2D platformer Super Meat Boy will be on the October line up.

Call of Duty Black Ops 3: No Single Player Campaign for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360

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There’s bad news for those who still have the old-gen consoles like PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 : an announcement popped out on the community blog saying that Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 will have no single-player campaign for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Meaning the game will only have the multiplayer and zombie mode. The post on the community blog explains, “The ambitious scope of the 1-4 player coop Campaign design of the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions could not be faithfully recreated on old generation hardware.”


via forbes.com

Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2016 Review Round up

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Konami has released its latest PES 2016. Pro Evolution Soccer is already 20 years old and every year we have seen an update to the game whether it is graphical or a change in gameplay.


via digitalspy.co.uk

PES 2016 was released last September 18, and it features a number of changes to the game like advanced collision system, new physicality model, and a lot of tweaks to its Master League and myClub.

Check out what the critics have said about the game:

Games Radar – 4.5/5
The improved Master League mode is a godsend, adding substance to the package and complementing the excellent gameplay. With the advanced collision system, Konami has done in a year what EA has been trying to perfect since FIFA 12.

GameSpot – 9/10
Yet there’s little worth in assessing soccer sims by the weight of their game modes, or indeed, the breadth of their official licences.

God Is a Geek – 10/10
Sure, it doesn’t have all the licenses, but on the pitch, where it actually matters, PES 2016 is phenomenal. You’ll have a day off from playing it and forget, but then return and remember how truly special it feels to just play football. It’s the best football game I’ve played in as long as I can remember (and I’ve just about played them all), and an utterly essential purchase.

Ars Technica Uk
“This will be a familiar story to anyone that played PES 15. This season’s entry doesn’t attempt to reinvent itself; instead it focuses on further improving the same systems that were so pleasing last year”.