In this week’s eShop update for Nintendo Switch there’s a lot of new games available for gamers. In addition to the Mega Man 11 Demo which many of you have already been experiencing, there are some modern day classics, retro hits, and indie delights newly launched on the market.
Continue reading Nintendo Underground: Three New RPGs, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 DLC, and more
Atomic energy was just one perk of splitting the atom, but more importantly – nuclear weaponry was also made possible by this grand scientific breakthrough. As with most weapons of mass destruction, nukes can achieve peace! Through the fear of being demolished many uneasy alliances have been formed. As Fallout 76 approaches release for PS4, Xbox, and PC on November 14, 2018 we have a new trailer from Bethesda Game Studios showcasing a little more of how this system will work.
Continue reading Here’s all the Fallout 76 videos plus today’s new one
Jackbox Games is currently having a sale on their great party games on Humble Bundle. The list of games are great fun and a blast with a group of friends either at home or on a stream. For the following prices you can get a great range of games. As a kid I remember playing the You Don’t Know Jack series of pop up card trivia games that had their own announcer and buzzers, as well as the PC version which came for the old school Windows 95 operating system. Since then, these titles have significantly evolved and become ever more creative. You can’t go wrong with this one, and it’s even streamer-friendly as anyone with a smartphone and the code to your online game room can join in on the fun.
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This Monday Activision Blizzard has made their 7th expansion pack for world renowned MMORPG World of Warcraft. Practically defining the genre while simultaneously overshadowing all competition, WoW has been one of the most actively played video games in existence since its launch in 2004 (back when Windows XP was still the main operating system around). Trivia aside, the various races of WoW will clash in a huge war 25 years in the making.
Continue reading World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Now Available
Recently Nintendo, Atari, Sega, and many other game companies’ classic libraries are making their comeback with a vengeance. They have made these consoles with hundreds of titles all preloaded. Fans have been able to play classics, and a whole new generation have come to enjoy the games we know and love. Considering this, we have decided to play these games and give them a second look. Whether it’s remixes, remastered, or classics on a new system, like Pokémon we want to catch ‘em all!
Continue reading Retro Review: A Second Look at Donkey Kong – Ultimate NES Remix Edition
Developed by French Bread and Ecole, Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax is a 2D fighting crossover title between SEGA and ASCII Media Works made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Dengeki Bunko imprint. The roster features 12 playable characters and 18 assist characters from 22 light novels.
The game features a variety of different modes to play in, such as network mode, score attack, survival, and the brand new Dream Duel mode exclusive to the console versions. The game’s playable characters come from various Dengeki Bunko-published light novels, such as Shakugan no Shana, Sword Art Online, Oreimo, and Strike the Blood, while stages come from various SEGA games, such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Valkyria Chronicles, and Phantasy Star Online 2.
Continue reading Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax (PS Vita) Revisited
Nintendo Switch could have a brand new baby sister (or brother) soon, in the form of a brand new style of Nintendo Game Boy for classic titles and brand new indie games. This surprising turn of events is made possible by Nintendo’s announcement that they’ll be creating a 3DS successor.
Many had assumed that Nintendo Switch would be the only Nintendo hardware going forward, following its huge success after a big gamble was taken on developing it. It appears that Nintendo is confident enough to launch something else as well, and we might already have an idea what it would be like conceptually.
Continue reading Rumor: Nintendo working on 3DS successor, but what is it?
A leap forward has been achieved in that now websites do not require any sort of special programming to be compatible with Virtual Reality headsets. Google Daydream and GearVR (Samsung’s current model of Mobile VR for their Galaxy smartphones) will now bring whatever you browse under your face and launch in the Google Chrome app, in Full VR.
Continue reading Google Chrome is now VR-Ready, here’s our impressions
The team behind LittleBigPlanet has done it again. Dreams is a PS4 exclusive project that’s been in the works for many years. With this title you’ll be able to craft experiences as abstract as a spirit journey or as defined as an interactive story book, then share it with the world who discover your content while ‘Dream Surfing’. It’s been indescribable compared to LBP which was marketed simply as “make your own games”, but today we learned more about it’s true potential.
As part of a Gothic Novel Game Jam presented by Media Molecule, an hour long broadcast which included assets made in-game being assembled into a Demon’s Souls re-creation, all within Dreams itself. The press has jokingly named it ‘Dreamon’s Souls’ and it has impressed the gaming community while reigniting discussion around this project.
Continue reading Demon’s Souls re-created in Dreams (PS4) at Gothic Novel Game Jam
THQ Nordic has revealed what they intend to focus on during Gamescom 2018 which takes place in just 27 days in Cologne, Germany on August 21, 2018 and is one of the biggest gaming events in the world for 8 years running. Many European and American game companies showcase their titles at the event with Japanese studios also using Gamescom as an additional pillar to spread their promotions among.
Continue reading Pre-Gamescom 2018: THQ Nordic teases Biomutant, Darksiders III, and more
The San Diego Comic Con and Los Angeles Anime Expo events of 2018 played host to a few important updates on games that many fans are waiting for. Lego DC Super-Villains, Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season, Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, and Marvel’s Spider-Man were among the titles showcased at this year’s west coast events aimed towards comic book fans and the anime community.
Continue reading SDCC & Anime Expo 2018: New trailers for Tales of Vesperia, Spider-Man, and more
Releasing for PC in a week, This Is The Police 2 receives a new trailer today. THQ Nordic presents Weappy Studio’s sequel to the 2016 indie hit title encapsulating the strategy, comedy, and tragedy of managing a fictional police squadron.
Originated from the Kickstarter community, This Is The Police has gone on to become a successful commercial release and found itself welcomed into THQ Nordic’s publishing portfolio with open arms. The controversies surrounding real life police brutality issues were a source of criticisms for a game built for fun-factor and gameplay, which is a shame and a symptom of our overly politicized industry. The sequel takes place in a small town, and as such, should be immune to such criticisms. It’s a border town called Sharpwood which should lead to entirely new situations with a variety of crimes to stop and a completely different story-line.
Continue reading New trailer released for This Is The Police 2 (PC / PS4 / Switch / Xbox)
October 2018 will be a very special time for those who still pre-order once in a while in an age where many game companies make us want to “wait-and-see” instead. Big bro Todd Howard (a.k.a. Godd Powered) has announced on Twitter that the time for enjoying Fallout 76 is approaching. Exact details are still being worked out but the game’s B.E.T.A. (Break-It-Early Test Application) period will launch in October for Xbox first, then PS4 and PC. That means there should be plenty of footage, impressions, and examples of gameplay for those still on the fence to view before the game releases November 14, 2018.
Continue reading Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. release date announced by Bethesda Game Studios
It would seem the gaming world got a little too excited this morning when Microsoft vaguely hinted “all-new hardware” would be shown off at Gamescom 2018 only to later clarify that while this won’t be the reveal of Xbox Project Scarlet, the next-generation console expected to release in 2020 or 2021, instead they plan to announce a new Xbox One system bundle and new accessories (possibly including a rumored Elite Controller iteration that was alleged leaked recently).
This information was originally debuted in an article titled Xbox is coming to gamescom by Xbox media spokesperson Major Nelson, who himself started off as a self-made games journalist detailing news revolving around the original Xbox before eventually being hired on by Microsoft as a permanent figurehead to the brand. For those wondering, technically the event is meant to be spelled in all lowercase letters as per stylized renditions and logos, Major Nelson didn’t make an error it’s just the weird way the biggest gaming event in Germany likes to have their name typed out.
As for the leaked controller, nothing is certain yet but there are some details floating around the internet in the form of rumors as to what will be seen this August 21 – 25 when Gamescom commences.
Continue reading Pre-Gamescom 2018: Microsoft will announce new Xbox One bundles and accessories
Other players won’t be your only enemy in Fear The Wolves, which comes to Steam Early Access on July 18, 2018. Set in Chernobyl in an aftermath situation derived from the real life disaster that took place in the Ukraine during 1986 (my birth year, by coincidence) widely regarded as the worst Nuclear accident on the planet (Fukushima might have outdone Chernobyl now though). Adding PvE elements to the battle royale genre and replacing walls with radiation, this game is looking to add its own twist to the largely successful formula many others have failed to penetrate.
Continue reading Fear The Wolves adding berserk wild life to the battle royale genre this August