Watch Dogs 2 World Announcement from E3 2016

Guest Post by http://thegamehype.com/ There’s no game on my radar that looks more promising or interesting than Watch Dogs 2. The announcement video at E3 2016 was just released yesterday revealing the artwork, design, game play, story line, and much, much more. The “stylized, edgy” and “underground” sequel is designed to make the player feel involved in a real and living environment. All of the AI characters interact with each other in a fluid, dynamic, fictionalized San Francisco, taking the focus from the AI off of the player and onto their surrounding.…

Bat Flip Games: PlayStation Vue

I suppose PlayStation Vue is not a game, but I am the judge, jury, and executioner for Bat Flip Games content, so here we go. I started a process that I should have started a long time ago today. I am cutting the cord. At about 4:00 P.M. Central time traditional cable television died in my house, and I don’t think it’s ever coming back. The Service PlayStation Vue is a TV streaming service that is optimized for the PS4, but also is supported by PS3 and other devices like…

Bat Flip Games: Playstation VR

Today is a big day for PlayStation fans. We now have a release window and price for the long awaited PlayStation VR. The headset will cost $399, and will release in October. VR play will require the PlayStation Move controllers and camera, making the total investment closer to $550 if you were not an early adopter of the camera. $550 is a hefty price tag, especially since you also need to own a $350 dollar PS4. For those already considering VR, $550 is a breath of fresh air compared to…

Bat Flip Games: Xbox Cross-Platform Reveal

It looks like Xbox is willing to play nice with its biggest rival. In an announcement made on March 14, Microsoft revealed that Rocket League will be the first game to support Xbox Live’s cross-platform compatibility with PC. This is great news, as Rocket League is one of, if not the best game of 2015. For those of you not familiar, do yourself a favor and play it, or at least check it out below. The more exciting thing about this announcement is that Microsoft is open to the idea…