Destiny 2 Shadowkeep Reawakens Eris Morn, the Moon, and Old Enemies

The year 3 standalone-expansion for Destiny 2 titled Shadowkeep will take Guardians back to the haunting Moon. This will also kick off the Season of the Undying. A new trailer shows Eris Morn describing defeated enemies like Crota and Ghaul being brought back as Nightmares by the Darkness. The reason why this is happening isContinue reading “Destiny 2 Shadowkeep Reawakens Eris Morn, the Moon, and Old Enemies”

Phil Spencer Makes Big Promises Ahead of E3 2019 Show

With big name companies like PlayStation and Activision being absent from the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year, all eyes are on Microsoft and Nintendo to deliver great presentations. Xbox head, Phil Spencer, is aware of the pressure on his company’s shoulders and took to Twitter to promise fans one of the biggest and most excitingContinue reading “Phil Spencer Makes Big Promises Ahead of E3 2019 Show”

The World Health Organization adds “Gaming Disorder” to its list of diseases

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it is officially recognizing “Gaming Disorder” as a disease. It was added as the 11th revision to the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems and recognized this new disorder as “addictive behavior.” According to the WHO’s ICD-11, this is the definition and characterization of theContinue reading “The World Health Organization adds “Gaming Disorder” to its list of diseases”

All the New Features Coming to Super Mario Maker 2

Nintendo recently streamed a direct for Super Mario Maker 2, which was roughly 15 minutes long and took a deep dive into new details about the game. Compared to the first game, which launched in 2015, this sequel appears to be adding a slew of new features and customization options.  One of the most significantContinue reading “All the New Features Coming to Super Mario Maker 2”

Sony Delivers With Second State of Play

Sony recently released the next video in their short announcement series, State of Play, and they definitely delivered on a few things that fans have been looking forward to. To kick off the short announcement video we saw an extended look into the next expansion for Monster Hunter World titled Iceborne. In Iceborne, players willContinue reading “Sony Delivers With Second State of Play”

Persona 5R and Persona 5S Finally Revealed by Atlus

After months of waiting and teasers that tease more teasers, Atlus finally revealed what exactly Persona 5R and Persona 5S will be. On April 24, Atlus released a Japanese trailer showing Persona 5 Royal, an updated deluxe version of the original hit JRPG. The very next day, they revealed that Persona 5S is in factContinue reading “Persona 5R and Persona 5S Finally Revealed by Atlus”

Playstation Name Changes Finally Available

  In what has been a long requested feature by PlayStation fans since the launch of the PlayStation 3 back in 2006, Sony has finally given gamers the ability to change their on-screen names. The topic of changing your account name has been a highly controversial subject among gamers because those who play their gamesContinue reading “Playstation Name Changes Finally Available”

Two of Nintendo’s Biggest Exclusives Will Soon Be Getting Labo VR Support

  Nintendo recently announced on Twitter that its Nintendo Labo VR Kit will support Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, two of the biggest exclusives on the Nintendo Switch.  For Super Mario Odyssey, Nintendo announced that they will be adding a handful of “bite-sized” mini-games from the main campaignContinue reading “Two of Nintendo’s Biggest Exclusives Will Soon Be Getting Labo VR Support”

The Two Biggest Indie Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch This Spring

Nintendo recently streamed one of their Nindies showcase presentations, spending roughly 30 minutes going over the various indie titles heading to Nintendo Switch in 2019. While there were several notable game announcements throughout the direct, two significant titles stood out from the rest.  The first big-name indie title is Microsoft’s critically acclaimed run-and-gun platformer, Cuphead,Continue reading “The Two Biggest Indie Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch This Spring”

Dragon Ball Fighterz Is Getting a New Update

  Last night, the official Dragon Ball Fighterz openrec.tv stream held the 13th installment of their serial event featuring some of the top Japanese players. At the end of this particular broadcast, Bandai Namco announced a new balance update for DBFZ. This update will include system updates, alongside character changes, and will release March 27th,Continue reading “Dragon Ball Fighterz Is Getting a New Update”

Kombat Kast Roundup: Kotal Kahn, Jacqui Briggs

NetherRealm Studios held this week’s Kombat Kast for Mortal Kombat 11. Tyler Lansdown, Community Manager at NetherRealm Studios, was joined by Ed Boon, Co-Creator of the Mortal Kombat series and Creative Director on Mortal Kombat 11, as well as fellow NetherRealm employees, Steve Brownback, Senior QA Analyst, and Derek Kirtzic, Game Designer, to discuss KotalContinue reading “Kombat Kast Roundup: Kotal Kahn, Jacqui Briggs”

Apex Legends Severely Punishes Cheaters

  Many of us have dealt with cheaters in our time and Respawn, like us, has had enough of it. According to a Reddit thread, Apex Legends cheaters have been hit with permanent hardware bans. Dropping the Hardware Ban Hammer This is more than your run-of-the-mill account suspension. If someone is caught cheating, both theirContinue reading “Apex Legends Severely Punishes Cheaters”