Superhot: Mind Control Delete once more takes fans on an FPS shooter turned puzzler that takes the idea of being a shooting title one step further by using time against the player. Here’s our official review for the mind-bending fun expansion to the 2016 sleeper hit.Continue reading
On booting up Vampire’s Fall: Origins, there were a few things that come to mind, Diablo, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain and classic RPG antics. The downside of thinking about these three? Things could go wrong or rather well.Continue reading
XSEED Games is preparing for the official launch of STORY OF SEASONS: Friends of Mineral Town is set to launch this July exclusively on Nintendo Switch. Continue reading
Pilots, prepare for one of the largest updates yet as Star Citizen – Alpha 3.9: Locked Up & Loaded brings with it some massive new features to its universe with new adventures, consequences, and new elements to bring players deeper into the universe.
CBE Software has confirmed that Someday You’ll Return has been delayed from it’s April 14th release date due to the Covid-19 date and will launch on PC on May 5th, 2020.
Square Enix has officially released the opening movie for FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE has been released before its April 10th, 2020, release date exclusively for PlayStation 4.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is a solid reboot for Destiny 2 thanks to its brand-new storyline, gearing system, and story-telling elements, but there’s one thing it doesn’t have: Challenging experiences that push players to their limits. Could it benefit from more Deep Dungeons like ‘The Shattered throne’ and the ‘Pit of Heresy’? Well, yes and here’s why.
Sony has confirmed that their television streaming service, PlayStation Vue, is set to shut down in 2020, shifting their focus to partnerships and video games.
Hot on the heels of RAGE 2’s release just a few short months ago, id Software and Avalanche Studios are preparing to crank the dial-up even further from an 11 to a 12 with their brand-new story region, story missions, and even more RAGE 2-induced craziness. Here’s the low-down.
As of today, Insomniac Games is now a part of the PlayStation brand, allowing them to deliver even more heavy-hitting titles such as Spyro the Dragon, Marvel’s the Spider-Man, Ratchet and Clank, and many other titles in the future.