The Crew 2 – Closed Beta Review on PS4

The Crew 2 Closed Beta has finally opened its door for users to drive around the MotorNation to take to the hundreds of events scattered across the environment. Players are already begging for the opportunity to get a sneak peek at what the full game presents, even after just a few hours on the closed beta version.


The new features include the opportunity to pilot sailboats and stunt planes, in addition to already speeding across the streets in several racing disciplines. Ivory Tower, the development studio, has polished many of the best features from the original game that released several years ago. The closed beta is already receiving positive feedback, as the game apparently feels much more polished and offers users a complete racing experience.


The closed beta is just a tease of what the full game should represent, and players will have the opportunity to play the full game early if they preorder the gold or motor edition of the game. These versions come with some special in-game benefits as well as future downloadable content in the season pass.


The closed beta still has an entire weekend of opportunities to enjoy the various activities around MotorNation, although most of the premier content is locked beyond the basics. Still, exploration is a complete possibility in the beta since the entire map is open for the duration of the closed beta.


Blizzard Entertainment Announces Starcraft II With A Few Catches

The gaming industry is changing how it distributes games and even free versions are starting to become available and not as just demos. That’s among the developments happening with the new Starcraft II from Blizzard Entertainment. This game is adding more levels of action and suspense to what was there on its first Starcraft release, and after adding a free version for that edition, Blizzard decided to do the same with number two.

Starcraft has risen up among Blizzard’s other games as one of the most popular strategy games across the social networks, and with this edition there are basically three expansions that you can get. The free version is the human one, and then Zerg and Protoss can be bought either as their own editions, or Blizzard is rolling out those two packaged in with another bonus in Terran that can all be purchased together at a discounted price.

The thrill of the game of course is unlocking a lot more levels as well as more commander modes and maps. You can get those modes if you buy the bonus pack, or you can also get them if you register online and get certain wins within basic play. The general idea of all these moves is to help the game gain the attention of newcomers who want to know about everything their Starcraft pro friends are talking about. Best of all, it can be done without having to break the bank buying the whole edition only to find you don’t believe it lives up to its billing.