Ubisoft Delays “South Park: The Fractured But Whole”

Ubisoft Delays “South Park: The Fractured But Whole”

Somewhere Between Next Month and Next Year

Upisoft announced during an earnings report that "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" will be delayed again, now expected to arrive between April 2017 and March 2018. The game was featured at E3 2016 with an expected release of December 2016. Read more »

First Teaser Trailer for “Greedfall” Revealed

First Teaser Trailer for “Greedfall” Revealed

The 17th Century Wasn't Quite How We Learned It....

"Greedfall," the newest RPG by the studio Spiders ("The Technomancer," "Of Orcs and Men"), was originally announced last week at the "le What's Next de Focus" press event but today, a teaser trailer was officially revealed. Read more »

Valve Suffers Security Exploit, What Now?

Valve Suffers Security Exploit, What Now?

Users Unable to Safely Browse User Profiles

Tuesday, Steam suffered a glaring security exploit in which user risked losing their personal information by looking at other users' profiles or by looking at their activity feed. The method of exploitation was unusually simple - inject Javascript code into your own level 10+ profile. Read more »

Netflix Announces Animated “Castlevania” Series

Netflix Announces Animated “Castlevania” Series

Coming Later This Year!

Coming as somewhat of a surprise, Netflix revealed that they're currently working on an animated 'Castlevania' television show scheduled for release later this year. Read more »

E3 Opens Doors to the Public

E3 Opens Doors to the Public

Begins at $150 Each

For gamers, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is one of the biggest conferences of the year – an event for designers and developers to share their latest and greatest with the giants of the video game industry (among others). In the past, gamers who wanted to attend had to be developers, designers, or retailers themselves, as tickets were not available for general purchase – at least until this year. Read more »

NVIDIA Kills Resale of Promotional Game Keys

NVIDIA Kills Resale of Promotional Game Keys

Game Keys are Now Bound to User Account

NVIDIA ended the ability to resell promotional game codes with an updated FAQ last week. Read more »

Nintendo’s “Fire Emblem Heroes” Released for Mobile Devices

Nintendo’s “Fire Emblem Heroes” Released for Mobile Devices

Nintendo Hit the Mobile Market with Familiar Turn-Based RPG

Nintendo hit the mobile market a second time today with the mobile release of their popular RPG "Fire Emblem Heroes." Read more »

Virtual Reality Moves to Memoralize History

Virtual Reality Moves to Memoralize History

CGO Also Develops New Heights for Those with Acrophobia

Nintendo isn't the only company trying to bring its latest technology to mainstream audiences not necessarily familiar with cutting edge innovations from the industry. CGO Studios is another such company, which is in the process of developing "Everest '53." Read more »

Nintendo Airing Ad During Super Bowl On Sunday

Nintendo Airing Ad During Super Bowl On Sunday

90-Second Extended Cut on YouTube

A few weeks ago, Nintendo broke into the mainstream by releasing their first mobile game. This Sunday, they prepare to do it again with the biggest mainstream audience yet: The Super Bowl. They will be promoting games for the new console, the Nintendo Switch. Read more »

“Conan Exiles” puts you in the reigns of gods.

“Conan Exiles” puts you in the reigns of gods.

Take control of towering gods and watch entire cities crumble.

If there is anything to take away from "Conan Exiles" its that warfare is going to be king amongst players and shape the world as players experience it. Fighting for land, resources and for building space it's going to come down to sword, hammer and bow to keep your claim. What happens though when someone's staked a claim, built a city and defends it viciously? how about you summon a god? Read more »

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