Monster Crown is an upcoming retro-styled game that perfectly captures the essence of the pocket monster genre including Digimon and Pokémon, while in development by Studio Aurum and publisher SOEDESCO. Here’s our first look at the upcoming indie game ahead of its release on July 31st, 2020.
After having spent dozens of hours on the Xbox One version of Vigor, the Nintendo Switch version caught our attention, bringing forth the idea of going out on a mission, gathering items, and facing down against others like myself. However, it was the time to ask ourselves: Can a game this demanding work on Switch?
GTFO is a horror-survival first-person title that drives players to their fullest of capabilities, encouraging squads to work together, to communicate and make plans in order to succeed, but success rates are not high and it shows just how difficult the game actually is, which has proven, so far, to be a worthwhile experience.
Over the course of the weekend, we had a chance to sit down with the upcoming 2v2 fighter from Bandai Namco, Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme vs. Maxi Boost On, which is set for a global release on June 30th, 2020.
For several decades, Predator has remained one of the most renowned science fiction horror franchises in the world. Whether it’s a movie with a star-studded cast featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dannie Glover or Adrien Brody, the series remains one that many come to enjoy and now, they can relive the experience as the Predator or the fireteams in Predator: Hunting Grounds.Continue reading →
When Resident Evil 3: Nemesis on September 22nd, 1999, no one knew that the series could be bigger and bolder than it already is. However, that’s about to change when Resident Evil 3 drops on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in a newly reimagined iteration of the PlayStation 1 classic.
For the past few weeks, we’ve been quietly testing Project xCloud, the premier streaming service utilizing Microsoft’s Azure cloud system, which seems it could shape the future of Cloud-based streaming and how gaming content is delivered.
After spending quite a bit of time in Nioh, we’ve decided to jump into the ongoing Open Beta for Nioh 2 and we were quite impressed with what we experienced, but we also hope for minor improvements in the future. Here’s what we thought.Continue reading →
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is almost here and as we prepare to celebrate the Summer Olympics taking place in Tokyo here in a matter of months, we went hands-on with the game ahead of its launch.