Square’s Avengers Reveal Offers Only Glimpse

As Square Enix’s E3 conference drew closer and closer to an end, anticipation built for one of the most easily foreseen projects in the industry to finally be announced: Crystal Dynamic’s Avengers game. After a swath of RPGs, remake announcements (including a long overdue Final Fantasy VII Remake demo), and the surprise shooter Outrider fromContinue reading “Square’s Avengers Reveal Offers Only Glimpse”

Vox Media Union Negotiation Concludes

Yesterday, after over 29 hours straight of negotiation, Vox Media Union employees reached an agreement for a collective bargaining contract with their employer. While 29 hours may sound like a rather long time—it is—Vox’s workforce has actually been seeking a union contract for over a year, since they organized with the Writers Guild of AmericaContinue reading “Vox Media Union Negotiation Concludes”

Sean Bean Will Be in Hitman 2

  Sean Bean is well known for his numerous deaths in film and on television. From Goldeneye to Game of Thrones, Bean has lived many lives that have ended in a large variety of ways. Now that list is going to be even longer, as he has been announced to be the first elusive targetContinue reading “Sean Bean Will Be in Hitman 2”

Calling All Assassin’s Creed Fans: Odyssey Announced!

Way back in the earliest days of the original Assassins Creed Origins leaks, then going by the code name Empire, we were told that this next installment would be part of a new trilogy of games. The settings of those games were as follows: Egypt, Greece, and Rome. When Empire officially became Origins and theContinue reading “Calling All Assassin’s Creed Fans: Odyssey Announced!”

Remedy Entertainment ‘Project P7’ scheduled for 2019 launch

Remedy Entertainment recently released their financial statement for 2017, incorporating several interesting details. The main point of interest is that Project P7, a cinematic third-person action game due to be published by 505 Games on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, has been confirmed with a targeted launch date sometime in 2019. The P7 gameContinue reading “Remedy Entertainment ‘Project P7’ scheduled for 2019 launch”

God of War Release Date Announced as April 20

The God of War release date, long awaited by many desiring to see Kratos exert his wrath on current-gen consoles, will be April 20th this year, according to Santa Monica Studios. In addition to the standard edition, Collectors and Digital Deluxe editions of the game will also be available for purchase following the release date. The announcementContinue reading “God of War Release Date Announced as April 20”

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition rated by ESRB

For those looking to pick up the latest edition of the Final Fantasy series, it may be worth waiting a little longer as the Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition has received a rating by the ESRB. While there are currently no details as to what the Royal Edition contains, it will most likely be theContinue reading “Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition rated by ESRB”

RiME Update: Switch Release Date

A few months back I asked the question: should you wait for the Switch RiME Port? I argued that yes, it was worth the wait even though we didn’t know how long we needed to wait. Graphics comparisons show that the Switch version looks slightly better. The Switch cartridges have a longer lifespan than CDs.Continue reading “RiME Update: Switch Release Date”

Net Neutrality: Why Should Gamers Care?

For those of you who are unaware, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted last month to systematically remove the regulations and protections for net neutrality in the United States. While this issue is considered by many to be a political topic, it’s something that all gamers should be deeply concerned about. This issue isn’t onlyContinue reading “Net Neutrality: Why Should Gamers Care?”

Nintendo Direct Reveals New Splatoon 2 Information

The new Nintendo Direct focused entirely on the upcoming Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch. The nearly half-hour long video covered a lot of exciting details including new features, returning mechanics, and announced the Splatfest demo. Much like its predecessor, Splatoon 2’s gameplay is split into online multiplayer, local multiplayer, and a single player campaign.Continue reading “Nintendo Direct Reveals New Splatoon 2 Information”

SNES Classic Is Coming This September

Nintendo recently announced a new, but familiar console, the Super NES Classic Edition. After the massive popularity of the NES Classic and its sudden discontinuation only a few months after it launched, fans speculated that the SNES Classic was on the horizon. The SNES Classic, much like its predecessor, is a smaller version of theContinue reading “SNES Classic Is Coming This September”

Overwatch Update: Horizon Lunar Colony

Blizzard released a rather large update for Overwatch. Aside from a plethora of bug fixes and minor tweaks, there have been a few major changes to the game. You can check out the Blizzard Patch Notes for all of the details. First and foremost, a brand new Assault Map, Horizon Lunar Colony, is now available to playContinue reading “Overwatch Update: Horizon Lunar Colony”