Square Enix Predicts Slow Start For Streaming, May Win Over Newcomers

It’s easy to forget that Square Enix is one of the most experimental publishers out there, working with a wide variety of teams, platforms and distribution models to reach gamers wherever and however they happen to be playing. And while the publisher is definitely interested in game streaming, President Yosuke Matsuda doesn’t see the industry making a full digital shift anytime soon. Continue reading “Square Enix Predicts Slow Start For Streaming, May Win Over Newcomers”

Super Mario Maker 2 Reportedly Has A Level Creation Cap of Just 32

According to reports popping up all over the internet, Nintendo has found yet another way to drop the ball with Super Mario Maker 2, limiting players to just 32 level uploads per account. Continue reading “Super Mario Maker 2 Reportedly Has A Level Creation Cap of Just 32”

Final Fantasy 14 Is Being Turned Into A Live-Action Series

If you can’t get enough of spikey hair and swords twice as big as the person holding them, you’re in luck. Sony Pictures Television and Square Enix this week announced a partnership to create a live-action show based on the hit MMORPG, Final Fantasy XIV. Continue reading “Final Fantasy 14 Is Being Turned Into A Live-Action Series”

Fantasy Strike Gets July Launch Date In New Gameplay Trailer

The streamlined fighting game, Fantasy Strike, has been given a summer launch date and, based on the new gameplay trailer, it’s aiming to draw in series vets and newcomers alike. Continue reading “Fantasy Strike Gets July Launch Date In New Gameplay Trailer”

PlayStation Plus’ July Lineup Is The Weakest Yet

The summer months are typically slow for new game launches and the July PlayStation Plus offerings aren’t going to make the slog much better. In fact, this might be one of the worst months for the promotion to date. Continue reading “PlayStation Plus’ July Lineup Is The Weakest Yet”

Moss ‘Twilight Garden’ Update Finally Launching On All VR Platforms

Previously only available on the Oculus Quest, the “Twilight Garden” update for Moss is finally rolling out on other platforms, adding new content to the critically acclaimed platforming adventure game for VR. Continue reading “Moss ‘Twilight Garden’ Update Finally Launching On All VR Platforms”

Upcoming App Will Turn Your Switch Into An Android Device

If you’ve ever wished the Switch functioned more like an Android tablet, an upcoming “port” for Nintendo’s portable/home console hybrid will soon make that fantasy a reality. Of course, this first swing at Android for Switch isn’t exactly a 1-to-1 transfer. Continue reading “Upcoming App Will Turn Your Switch Into An Android Device”

Evercade Plans To Bring Modern Indie Games To The Retro Handheld

With yet another classic games console on the way, the Evercade handheld device is doing things a bit differently than the competition. It’s releasing game collections on carts and, according to the latest announcement, the developers are inviting indie teams to bring new games to the device, too. Continue reading “Evercade Plans To Bring Modern Indie Games To The Retro Handheld”

Microsoft Deal Allows Double Fine To Stay Experimental, Says Tim Schafer

It was announced during the E3 2019 Xbox games showcase Double Fine (Psychonauts, Rad, Brutal Legend) had been purchased by Microsoft. According to studio head Tim Schafer, one of the main reasons the team was eager to jump at this opportunity is that Microsoft plans to basically leave them the hell alone. Continue reading “Microsoft Deal Allows Double Fine To Stay Experimental, Says Tim Schafer”

Senran Kagura Reflexions Will Relieve Stress On Steam June 24th

Senran Kagura Reflexions takes the series in a new direction, trading fast-paced fisticuffs for visual storytelling and intimate massages. Formerly a Switch exclusive, Marvelous and XSEED Games have announced a trip to PC on June 24 via Steam. Continue reading “Senran Kagura Reflexions Will Relieve Stress On Steam June 24th”

Another Eight Games Marked Down To 20 Bucks As PlayStation Hits

If you’re looking to get in some cheap gaming over the summer, a collection of eight titles have now been added to the PlayStation Hits collection, each one going for 20 bucks. Continue reading “Another Eight Games Marked Down To 20 Bucks As PlayStation Hits”

Switch Mini Product Line Shows Off Console Nintendo Says Doesn’t Exist

Despite the fact Nintendo keeps saying no new models of the Switch are in development at this time, more flame has been added to the rumor fire thanks to some product listings (complete with images) on a Chinese electronics accessories website. In short, we could very well be looking at an actual image of the Switch Mini. Continue reading “Switch Mini Product Line Shows Off Console Nintendo Says Doesn’t Exist”

Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Launch Trailer Promises Big Action And 13 Free DLC Updates

It’s been a long time coming but Koji Igarashi’s spiritual successor to classic Castlevania games, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, has finally arrived no PC and consoles, with the Switch version set to arrive next week. To celebrate, Iga has dropped a launch trailer touting loads of free DLC and even a surprise or two. Continue reading “Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Launch Trailer Promises Big Action And 13 Free DLC Updates”

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