Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is debuting some interesting additions to the series, like the new moon setting and the oxygen system that comes from it. But let's not forget that, first and foremost, the Pre-Sequel is Handsome Jack's story and the self-aggrandizing scoundrel is sure to remind you of that in the game's latest trailer, which released earlier this week.
How to Survive has been out in the wild and living off the land since November. But as it turns out, there's still another survivor on the island and she also has the skills needed to survive an onslaught of the undead. Her name is Nina and she's the central focus of the 'Hello, my name is Nina' DLC that released earlier this week.
Indie developer Nicalis has announced that the upcoming masochistic platformer 1,001 Spikes will indeed release simultaneously on all of its intended platforms this coming Tuesday. June 3 will see 1,001 Spikes release on PC, PlayStation 4, Vita, Mac, as well as on Wii U and 3DS with a few caveats.
It's always been somewhat baffling that Pikmin 3 couldn't use their stylus and the GamePad touch screen to control their little helpers. That appears to have changed, thanks to a new 2.0.0 update that is now live, giving players the option to control their Pikmin with the Wii U GamePad and stylus.
Turn 10 Studios has revealed more details on the first of the extra Car Pass DLC packs to hit Forza Motorsport 5. Dubbed the Bondurant Car Pack, the latest piece of DLC will add ten more cars to the Forza collection, some of them adorned with the Bondurant brand.
Shacknews and Chatty are ready to end May 2014 with the most epic of video game pasttimes: karts. If you think that means Mario Kart 8... you're mostly right. Indeed, Chatty got into Mario's return to the raceway, but the karting goes beyond Nintendo. Arma 3 got in on the kart action, as well, and Chatty wasn't about to pass that up.
Here's a compilation of some of the best Shacknews Twitch highlights for the week of May 31, 2014.
Those that have been playing Watch Dogs have likely noticed Ubisoft's careful depiction of Chicago. But what exactly can you see in their interpretation of the Windy City? And more importantly, what can you do? The answer to the latter question involves a whole lot of explosions, if our latest Shack Reels video is any indication.
Information is power. When you're moving through the city of Chicago and hacking into its systems, you need all you can get your hands on. Get the download with our Watch Dogs walkthrough guide and hack your way through these missions: Hold On, Kiddo, Brandon Docks ctOS Control Center, Breakable Things, Collateral, One Foot in the Grave, A Blank Spot There-ish, The Wards ctOS Control Center, and Jury-Rigged.
Catch up with Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 5, and Part 6 of our Watch Dogs guide
Mission: Hold On, Kiddo
Objective: Meet Damien at the plaza.
Objective: Reach Nicky's house.
Objective: Get to the train station where Jackson is located.
Objective: Hack the train undetected to get Jackson away safely.