Everything Announced in Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct

As the last company to give a presentation at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), all eyes were on Nintendo to deliver a stellar presentation.  Before the show, Nintendo revealed that their direct would focus only on software for the Nintendo Switch.  Sorry, 3DS! Fans were treated to several surprises and well as received moreContinue reading “Everything Announced in Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct”

GOG’s Winter Sale Starts Today

Assuming you got all your Christmas shopping done on Black Friday, it’s time to spend some of that hard earned cash on yourself. No one said you can’t buy Christmas presents for yourself right? GOG’s annual Winter Sale begins right now on December 1st with hundreds of deals and even some gifts for gamers, including a freeContinue reading “GOG’s Winter Sale Starts Today”

Why Do Difficulty Levels Exist?

Deciding what difficulty to play a game on is one of the most arbitrary choices you make when playing a game. I’m sure everyone has loaded up countless games and faced a screen that asks if you want to play on “Normal ” or “Hard”. What does that mean? You could play on hard for genres you’reContinue reading “Why Do Difficulty Levels Exist?”

The Witcher 3’s Blood and Wine Expansion May Have a Release Date

Players are anticipating Blood and Wine, the newest expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and it looks like the alleged May 30th release date was accidentally revealed on Steam. The listing was put up and taken down over the course of the weekend, but not before Twitter user Wario64 could take a screencap. ItContinue reading “The Witcher 3’s Blood and Wine Expansion May Have a Release Date”

Review – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Expansion: Hearts of Stone (PS4)

As with many of Geralt of Rivia’s often unusual adventures, Hearts of Stone starts with a seemingly standard, run-of-the-mill contract seeking the death of a bloodthirsty monster. There are no tricks or convoluted hoops to jump through in activating the expansion. Rather, upon installing the DLC, the quest Evil’s Soft First Touches will be automaticallyContinue reading “Review – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Expansion: Hearts of Stone (PS4)”

Open-World Fatigue in 2015

As the year of 2015 comes to a close I, like many others, am sitting on a stack of unplayed or unfinished games, wishing there was more time. Gamers have certainly been spoiled this year with the amount of quality games that are being released at a steady rate.  Not only are games being releasedContinue reading “Open-World Fatigue in 2015”

Xbox One’s Countdown Sale Has Insane Deals for the Holidays

If you’re an Xbox Live Gold member, be sure to log in sometime within the next week for some great deals on some incredible games.  The Countdown sale, which runs from December 22nd to December 31st, features huge discounts up to 85% off of the original price.  If you missed out on some of theContinue reading “Xbox One’s Countdown Sale Has Insane Deals for the Holidays”

Cyberpunk 2077 to Release in 2016?

As reported by Destructoid, developer CD Projekt RED is reportedly gearing their next release, Cyberpunk 2077, to release in 2016. The developer previously stated we wouldn’t hear about Cyberpunk 2077 until 2017 at the earliest. CD Projekt RED CEO Adan Kicinski said earlier in 2015 that “this year, and the next one will be the years of The Witcher.”Continue reading “Cyberpunk 2077 to Release in 2016?”

Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015

2015 has been absolutely incredible for AAA games and indie games alike.  The gaming community have been completely overwhelmed and backlogged with the rapid-fire succession of new game releases.  It is certainly an amazing time to be a gamer.  Geoff Keighley’s The Game Awards 2015 is a celebration, a reflection, and a look into theContinue reading “Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015”