When it comes to the Nintendo Switch, there’s been a lot of news coming out lately, one of which involves Catherine: Full Body heading to the Switch on July 7th, 2020, and invites players to enjoy the wacky, wild, and critically-acclaimed cult classic while on the go.
Having gone without a proper Nintendo Direct in several months, we were surprised with a Nintendo Direct Mini, which came with some heavy-hitting news and some minor surprises, including a remake announcement for Panzer Dragoon and a release date for Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch.
In a surprise announcement, Bandai Namco has revealed that Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme vs. Maxiboost On will be headed to the Americas on July 30th, 2020, and has since revealed pre-order content as well as beta-registration information.
Fans of Code Vein have a lot to be excited about as DLC 3, the third and final one, titled Lord of Thunder, has officially dropped for PC, PlayStation 4, giving players a lot to look forward to as a new ferocious fight awaits only the bravest of revenants.
Continuing to the team’s dedication to their fans and launching free and consistent content updates for Killing Floor 2, Tripwire Interactive has officially launched their Neon Nightmares update for Killing Floor 2, bringing new weapons, maps, and a lot more chaotic fun.
Sam Fisher is once more pulling out his sneak suit from its secret little hiding place, his goggles, and once more preparing for another adventure with the Ghost Recon team in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’s Deep State DLC.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 kicks off its second year with Warlords of New York, serving up the game as its first major expansion, which returns players to where it all began in Lower Manhattan. Now, we’re exploring what has happened just a short time later and just what the Dark Zone turned into after the thaw. Here’s our review for The Division 2: Warlords of New York.
While Overwatch begins to struggle with retaining its more less-frequent players, Ninja Theory is taking the advantage to give Blizzard a run for their money, offering them a worthwhile competitor that could dethrone their smash-hit title, just as Paragon sought to do when Epic Games had it up and running. Meet, Bleeding Edge.