The Pathless Premiers at The Game Awards 2018

The Pathless is the new game from Abzu creators Giant Squid. Set in a vibrant, mythical world, you play as an archer who sneaks and fights through ruins and the forest, seemingly in an effort to reach a fiery floating landmass. The fire theme appears to be prevalent throughout the game, as the protagonist is seen fighting variousContinue reading “The Pathless Premiers at The Game Awards 2018”

The Outer Worlds is a New a Single Player RPG from Obsidian

Yes, you heard it right! Obsidian is making a brand new RPG called The Outer Worlds. This time they seem to stepping away from realm of fantasy, and away from infinity-engine, into what seems like a new AAA project. The new IP from the legendary developers behind Fallout: New Vegas, steps a future sci-fi world. There seemsContinue reading “The Outer Worlds is a New a Single Player RPG from Obsidian”

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Reveal Kicks of the 2018 Game Awards

  The Game Awards promises a ton of awards and great reveals. This year the show kicked off with a reveal of an upcoming release to series that hasn’t had a new entry in nearly a decade. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order shows of the energetic cooperative gameplay that the earlier games haveContinue reading “Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Reveal Kicks of the 2018 Game Awards”

GPS Episode 40: The Game Awards, PSX, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and More

Note: We are actively taking steps to improve audio quality for GPS. We hope that this makes the listening experience much more enjoyable. We’ve come a long way. Episode 40 of our gaming podcast, The Gamer Professionals Show (GPS), is now live! Join us this week as we break down The Game Awards 2017 andContinue reading “GPS Episode 40: The Game Awards, PSX, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and More”

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wins GOTY at The Game Awards 2017

At The Game Awards 2017, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild won the award for Game of the Year. Throughout this incredible year for game releases, Breath of the Wild has always stayed relevant in the conversation. It revitalizes not only the Legend of Zelda series, but also offers a bold take on the open-world genre. HereContinue reading “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wins GOTY at The Game Awards 2017”

The Game Awards 2017 Nominees and Winners

The Game Awards is one of the biggest events of the year. Every year we have high expectations for the winners in the various categories and new, never-before-seen game announcements. This year’s show was no different! Each year, The Game Awards are hosted by well-known industry icon Geoff Keighley. Other notable names in attendance thisContinue reading “The Game Awards 2017 Nominees and Winners”

Witchfire Announced, Apparently a Walking Simulator Mixed with an FPS

Witchfire was announced at The Game Awards 2017, which is a new game from The Astronauts, who developed The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. The first half of the brief trailer appears to be a first person exploration game (or walking simulator), but it also has first person shooter elements. Shooting does look to be a coreContinue reading “Witchfire Announced, Apparently a Walking Simulator Mixed with an FPS”

New Death Stranding Trailer Revealed

Death Stranding received a lengthy trailer during the Game Awards. The trailer is just as cryptic as previous teasers for the game, and still leaves many questions about the story, gameplay, and just about everything else. Check out the trailer above! There are a few things that do stick out about the Death Stranding trailerContinue reading “New Death Stranding Trailer Revealed”

Bayonetta 3 Announced for Nintendo Switch

Announced at The Game Awards 2017, Platinum is developing Bayonetta 3, exclusive to Nintendo Switch. The short teaser trailer shows us our iconic protagonist kicking butt as usual, with some new armor and weapons. This game comes on the heels of the announcement of a Bayonetta double pack, including both of the previous games on Switch. The trailerContinue reading “Bayonetta 3 Announced for Nintendo Switch”