“Betrayed” Cinematic Revealed For Upcoming “Star Wars: The Old Republic” Expansion
Introducing 'Knights of the Eternal Throne'
If one thing can be said about "Star Wars: The Old Republic" its that they know how to put together a beautiful cinematic. Today, they released the cinematic entitled "Betrayed" as part of the announcement for the next expansion for the Star Wars MMO - 'Knights of the Eternal Throne.' Read more »
Mordheim: City of The Damned On PS4 & Xbox One
Consoles players invading the city from 18th October
Mordheim: City of the Damned is coming for download on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the 18th of October. Read more »
Lightwood Games Releases Holiday Themed Word Search
Fancy Searching For 1,500 Words?
Those who get bored at holiday gatherings can now do something else to pass the time. Read more »
Many Developers Leaving “Kerbal Space Program”
"So long, and thanks for all the snacks!"
Yesterday, on Reddit, Nathan Kell (one of the developers in Squad, which created "Kerbal Space Program") announced that he, as well as many other developers, were set to leave Squad and development on Kerbal Space Program following the release of version 1.2 of the game. Read more »
Activision Lets Users Create With “Skylanders Creator”
Custom 3D Printed Figures For Everyone
"Skylanders" players and enthusiasts can now add a completely unique piece to their roster: one that they have created and designed themselves. Read more »
Hatsune Miku Heads To PS VR
Get Your Glow Sticks Ready
Sega announced today that Hatsune Miku, the world’s most popular vocaloid character, is headed towards the Playstation VR with “Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live” next week. Read more »
“Hello Neighbor” Announcement Trailer Released
"What is he doing in that basement?!"
"Hello Neighbor," currently still in development by Dynamic Pixels, is a horror-survival game where you play as the nosy guy that tries to sneak into his neighbor's house. Why? Because the neighbor boarded up his basement door, and you have to learn why. Check out the suspenseful announcement trailer below: Read more »
“Nidhogg 2” Reveal Trailer Released
*STAB STAB STAB*
Developed by Messhof Games and originally released in 2014, "Nidhogg" was a deceptively challenging 2D fencing game where your goal was to defeat other stick figure fencers and progress through different stages that offered an array of environmental difficulties. It was hard, but endlessly satisfying when you defeated an enemy riposte and stabbed them in the face (so much pixel blood). Today, Messhof Games has announced "Nidhogg 2," and just based on the trailer, it looks like it's grown up a bit from stick figures with pointy sticks. Read more »
“Lost Odyssey” Coming to Xbox One
"Toy Story 3" & "Guwange" Also Coming
Ubisoft May Not Release Another “Assassin’s Creed” or “Far Cry” Game In 2017
Last year, it was confirmed that there would be no big "Assassin's Creed" game released in 2016. Well, if you're a big fan of the series and can't wait for the next one, you may have to be patient a bit longer. The same wait may also apply to the "Far Cry" series. Tommy François, Ubisoft VP of Editorial, said this to IGN: Read more »
October 2016 PlayStation Games Revealed
"Resident Evil Remake," Transformers: Devastation," and More
Shovel Knight Joins “Yooka-Laylee”
“Watch Dogs 2” Story Trailer Revealed
In an exciting new trailer, Ubisoft has given us a look into the story of the upcoming game "Watch Dogs 2." Read more »
“Planet Coaster” Releases ‘Coaster Crash’ Trailer
When I first heard of "Planet Coaster," I was pretty excited. The game looked gorgeous. The gameplay seemed fun and rewarding. As a fan of the "Roller Coaster Tycoon" series, it looked familiar, but at the same time, definitely it's own, unique game. One thing did concern me, however. In the "Roller Coaster Tycoon" games, while getting a park running and self-sufficient was rewarding, I spent many an afternoon crafting the perfect roller coaster that would send carts catapulting into the sky or shooting into crowds like they were coming from a railgun. So far, I had not seen anything in the way of coaster destruction in "Planet Coaster." Read more »
Cooking Trailer Revealed for “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”
With your host, Chef Link!
In a fairly amusing new trailer for the upcoming new Legend of Zelda game entitled "Breath of the Wild," we get a look at a new game mechanic - cooking. Read more »
Battle.Net Getting Re-Branded
What's In A Name, Anyway?
In 1996, Blizzard launched a little service that players used to access their online games known simply as "Battle.Net". Initially, it was used for "Starcraft," "Diablo" and the "Warcraft" franchises, but over time, it has grown to include giants like "World of Warcraft," "Heroes of the Storm" and "Overwatch." If you're a fan of Blizzard's games at all, you probably have at one point had the application installed on your computer. Read more »
“Gears of War 4” Will Have Split-Screen
For Both Xbox & PC
Degica Games To Bring “RPG Creator” To iOS
Make Games On The Go
Degica Games, the company behind the very popular game creation tool “RPG Maker,” recently announced that they will be releasing “RPG Creator” in the iTunes App Store on September 25. Read more »
Dynasty Warriors-style Berserk Game Gets New Title
And A New, Bloody Trailer
At the Tokyo Game Show yesterday, we learned the new official name of the upcoming Berserk-Dynasty Warriors game - "Berserk and the Band of the Hawk." The name is a straight reference to "White Hawk" Griffith's mercenary group from the manga/anime. We also got a very cool look at this new dark-fantasy Berserk title in the form of a new trailer. Read more »