Horizon And Lego Is The Perfect Match

During Microsoft’s E3 press conference, the Lego Champions expansion for Forza Horizon 4 was announced. At first, I was perplexed. But after time congesting the news, I am rather excited. Forza Horizon 3 introduced the Hot Wheels expansion. In my opinion, this was one of the best expansion packs of all time. It introduced aContinue reading “Horizon And Lego Is The Perfect Match”

Forza Horizon 4 Lego Expansion Announced

Forza and Lego have announced a new partnership – Starting with a Lego themed expansion coming to Forza Horizon 4. Titled Lego Speed Champions – players are able to take control of their favourite cars (including the McLaren Senna) in Lego form. The Lego Speed Champions expansion will bring a new area to explore, alongsideContinue reading “Forza Horizon 4 Lego Expansion Announced”

Microsoft Reveal “Blair Witch” at E3 2019 – New Horror Game Based on Namesake Movie

Microsoft have announced a new found-footage horror game Blair Witch at their conference at E3 2019. The protagonist, along with his canine companion Bullet, can be seen trekking off into the woods in search of a missing girl, much like in the film with which this title shares a name. Then all sorts of vague, spookyContinue reading “Microsoft Reveal “Blair Witch” at E3 2019 – New Horror Game Based on Namesake Movie”

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 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”

Baptiste Won’t Heal Overwatch’s Gaping Wounds

  After Overwatch was released to the public on May 24th, 2016, my friends and I spent countless nights playing the once popular Hero Shooter.  We’d often make plans over text to all get on Xbox and play competitively on weeknights after school until we couldn’t keep our eyes open any longer or were forcedContinue reading “Baptiste Won’t Heal Overwatch’s Gaping Wounds”

You Will Soon Be Able to Access Xbox Live From Your Nintendo Switch

Microsoft is planning to bring Xbox Live to other platforms including the Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.  In the near future, the tech giant plans to release a development kit (SDK) that will allow developers to add Xbox Live into a variety of games and systems.  Microsoft teased this expansion of Xbox Live in aContinue reading “You Will Soon Be Able to Access Xbox Live From Your Nintendo Switch”

Red Dead Redemption 2 Sales Fall Second To GTA 5

It was incredibly likely that Red Dead Redemption 2 was going to be a hit from the get-go, considering the amount of love for the existing franchise and the hype that was built up around the sequel’s release. So, it’s no surprise that Rockstar has confirmed the game has surpassed even their own high expectationsContinue reading “Red Dead Redemption 2 Sales Fall Second To GTA 5”

The Bad Thing About Red Dead Redemption 2

At this point, I think it’s safe to say that I’m filling out my cowboy boots with Red Dead Redemption 2 – it’s a great game, delivers an intense world, and an overall kickass experience with a thrilling story. We’re reunited with our gun-slinging outlaws, and life is good, despite the number of shootouts that we getContinue reading “The Bad Thing About Red Dead Redemption 2”

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey First Free DLC Story

This week, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will be launching its first free story mission. The DLC story will be the first in a free series called ‘Lost Tales of Greece’, which are to be released at scheduled intervals, meaning there’s plenty more content still to come. However, don’t worry if you can’t wait for more content,Continue reading “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey First Free DLC Story”

Elder Scrolls 6 Will Probably Be For Next-Gen Consoles

If you’re waiting for The Elder Scrolls 6, you may be waiting for quite some time yet. Rather, it’s likely that we’ll see the next generation of video game consoles released before the game hits the shelves. Earlier this year at E3, video game publisher Bethesda surprised fans by announcing the upcoming development of twoContinue reading “Elder Scrolls 6 Will Probably Be For Next-Gen Consoles”

Epic’s Unwillingness to Share Could Have Caused Fortnite’s Android Delay

It appears that Epic doesn’t seem to share very well. One of the wealthiest game companies in the world who created world’s most popular game, a.k.a. Fortnite, refuses to share income with Google. If you don’t know what Fortnite is, you probably are not a human, as everyone seems to be playing this colorful takeContinue reading “Epic’s Unwillingness to Share Could Have Caused Fortnite’s Android Delay”