As the video depicts, players begin with a single tower known as the Keep, the starting point for all attacks and exploration. Much like the goal of taking the opponent’s king in a game of chess, Siegecraft Commander’s objective is destroy your opponent’s Keep while protecting your own. If a player’s Keep is destroyed, the opposing player or A.I. controlled faction wins. Players will have the option of single-player which focuses on real-time play or PVP where you can choose tactical turn-based or action-packed RTS gameplay. Whats more Siegecraft Commander will offer cross-platform support, allowing windows and Xbox One gamers to face off against each other.
Siegecraft Commander is due for release in Q2 2016 for the Xbox One. Will this be on your list of games to try?
It’s the moment several people who aren’t a part of the glorious PC master race have been waiting for. One of last year’s most hotly anticipated PC titles has finally been given a release date for the Xbox 360. That’s right, ladies and gents. You can pop your retail disc into your consoles this September 3rd. Continue reading Diablo III Finally Coming To Your Xbox 360 On September 3rd→
With speculation already rife since the domain name acquisitions relating to Halo: Spartan Assault, Microsoft and 343 Industries today revealed an all-new way for gamers to experience “Halo” – this time, you can do it on Windows 8 devices. Available this July only on both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, the all-new Halo: Spartan Assault will be the first top-down action shooter that brings a Halo game to touch-based devices.
The top-down action shooter will be set between the events of Halo 3 and Halo 4, it also explores the first missions of the Spartan Ops programme and dives deeper into the backstory of the Human-Covenant wars. Play through the eyes of either Commander Sarah Palmer or Spartan Davis stationed aboard the UNSC Infinity as they fight in never-before-seen battles against Covenant forces.
With 25 unique missions featuring unrivalled action and intensity, the single-player experience allows you to compete against friends in Leaderboards or hone your skills with Weekly Challenges. Replay the missions to collect more than 40 in-game Achievements and Medals. For fans who already have a prospering Spartan career aboard the UNSC Infinity, “Halo: Spartan Assault” lets you earn experience points (XP), all-new Achievements, and emblems for your “Halo 4” Spartan, with additional integration features available after launch.