DEAD OR ALIVE 6’s Online Open Beta is now live, exclusive to PlayStation Plus


In order to prepare for the upcoming launch of DEAD OR ALIVE 6, Koei Tecmo and Team NINJA have revealed that their Online Beta Test will take place over the course of this weekend.

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JUMP FORCE open beta weekend announced, sessions to run three hours


Bandai Namco has confirmed that JUMP FORCE will see an Open Beta weekend ahead of its February 15, 2019. Preloads to begin on January 17, here’s everything you need to know.

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Destiny 2 Beta On PC Has Been Dated, But Will You Meet the System Requirements?

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While the console betas seemed to go on without a hitch, fans got to dive in, and try to take back the Last City starting on July 19th till July 25th. While there was surely quite a few players that attended, we are unsure just how many played in it, and if the attendance could even boast about Destiny’s 4.6 million players, which broke several records for beta users attending during a new IP beta on consoles.

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Destiny 2’s Latest Trailer Reveals Open Beta Dates


Destiny 2 is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated games of 2017. With the game taking an entirely new approach to the game, there’s no doubt many of the franchises fans have begun to rally behind the idea of getting their hands on the open beta in order to see what the future of the series looks like.

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DOOM Season Pass and Open Beta Get Outlined


If you haven’t had a chance to get your hands on the Alpha or the Closed Beta, today has been a great day for those of you who missed out. Starting on April 15th players can get in on the DOOM beta through Steam, Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Store. If you didn’t get a chance to experience it yet, we have a DOOM Gameplay With Commentary video available for those interested.

Ahead of its May 13th release, Bethesda Zenimax has announced through a set of video’s things to look forward to at launch including maps, modes and power-ups of DOOM’s multiplayer – all things players have to look forward to at launch. As noted from before, the support doesn’t end once the game launches. Bethesda has taken note of what players want. As a community they know DOOM’s fans are all about user-generated content, and that is something they want to continue as well as encourage through the new SnapMap, which is new on top of innovative. It will allow for fans to create their own maps as well as mods, and share them across all three platforms. This also means there will be new features and tweaks that come out as the game heads into post launch. These features can include new map modules, props, objects, new features, editing tools, and much more.

Not limited to the upcoming content that will be free with support as well as updates, there will also be three premium DLC’s that will launch after the game, and will allow for a new set of maps, hack modules, demons to play as, weapons, and much more. Lets take a peak at what the first DLC that has been offered will be:

In addition to the planned free support and content updates, we will also be releasing three premium multiplayer DLC packs after launch, which will get you a number of new maps, hack modules, playable demons, weapons and more. The first DLC will be available this summer and give you access to:

  • Three new maps
  • One new weapon
  • One new playable demon
  • One new armor set
  • One new piece of equipment
  • New hack modules and taunts
  • New customization colors and patterns

Each DLC pack will cost $14.99, or you can get them all at a discount with the Season Pass for $39.99. Check your preferred retailer to pre-order the DOOM Season Pass. For more information about the game please visit Stay tuned for our upcoming review this May.


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Dustin is our native console gamer, PlayStation and Nintendo reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the boarders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable. His elitist attitude gives him direction, want, and a need for the hardest difficulties in games, which is fun to watch, and hilarity at its finest. You can find him over on TwitterGoogle+, and or you can find him on PSN with RaivynLyken.