Ancestors Legacy PS4 Review

Ancestors Legacy

Ancestors Legacy was originally released on PC on May 22, 2018. The game was developed by Destructive Creations and published by the 1C Company.  Over a year after its PC launch it is coming to PS4 with a $39.99 price tag. The PS4 version will not include the Saladin’s Conquest DLC built in but, as far as I know, it will be available as paid DLC. Continue reading “Ancestors Legacy PS4 Review”

Rivals of Aether Gaining Steam Workshop Support

Rivals of Aether

The game, Rivals of Aether, is finally getting the one thing people have always wanted in a fighting game: The ability to add original characters to the game’s roster. For those who have no idea what Rivals of Aether is, allow me to give you a quick recap: Rivals of Aether is Super Smash Bros… if it featured all original animal-based characters. Continue reading “Rivals of Aether Gaining Steam Workshop Support”

Pajama Llama Is Releasing Flotsam Into Early Access on September 26th

Flotsam

Flotsam was the 2017 Grand Prix and Game Design award winner at the White Nights conference held in Prague. Over two years later it is finally ready to head out to Early Access on Steam. I know you are dying to know what Flotsam is exactly, so allow me to tell you. Continue reading “Pajama Llama Is Releasing Flotsam Into Early Access on September 26th”

WWE 2K20 Releases First Official Trailer: I Have Thoughts

WWE 2K20

So, the WWE and Take Two Interactive released the first official trailer for WWE 2K20 on the official WWE YouTube channel. It is a 51 second commercial that features 11 seconds of game play. Continue reading “WWE 2K20 Releases First Official Trailer: I Have Thoughts”

Creative Assembly Partners With NetEase To Release Total War Games In China

Creative Assembly NetEase

UK based Creative Assembly, best known for its Total War series of games, has recently announced it is partnering with Chinese company NetEase. For those unfamiliar, NetEase is one of China’s leading internet and online game services providers. This deal will see NetEase get the rights to publish the entire Total War game catalog. This deal includes the publishing rights to the recent and widely popular Total War: Three Kingdoms. Continue reading “Creative Assembly Partners With NetEase To Release Total War Games In China”

Limited Run Games Releasing Turok 1 and 2 Physical Limited Runs for the Nintendo Switch

Turok

Limited Run Games, your source for physical copies of digital games, has finally announced the release dates for Turok 1 and 2 on Nintendo Switch. Fans have been waiting since the announcement at E3 but the wait is almost over as both games can be pre-ordered on Friday, August 16. The games are not expected to ship out until November. Both games are priced at $34.99 on the Limited Run Games website. Continue reading “Limited Run Games Releasing Turok 1 and 2 Physical Limited Runs for the Nintendo Switch”

Epic Games Store Buys MechWarrior 5 Exclusivity With Lower Fees

MechWarrior 5

Let me start off by saying that if you want all the nitty gritty details then head over to Blues News. Go there and get the full breakdown of the Russ Bullock Ask Me Anything that happened on the No Guts No Galaxy Podcast. For everyone that just wants the mother fucking tea, yeah I went there, then read on and let’s get to it. Continue reading “Epic Games Store Buys MechWarrior 5 Exclusivity With Lower Fees”

Alyssa Wong Deleted Around 45,000 Tweets But Not One Saying F*ck Stan Lee

Alyssa Wong

Bounding into comics wrote an article highlighting that Alyssa Wong was hired by Marvel Comics despite calling C.B. Cebulski a “racist”. A thing Wong does to quite a lot of people if the tweets she left undeleted from her approximately 45,00 tweet purge are any indication of her general behavior. Just to reiterate a point for one second,  Alyssa Wong deleted approximately 45,000 tweets. There is no doubt the deleted tweets were mostly of an unsavory nature but the exact content of them is lost to the sands of time. Continue reading “Alyssa Wong Deleted Around 45,000 Tweets But Not One Saying F*ck Stan Lee”

Songbird Symphony, Music-Rhythm Platformer Now Available

Songbird Symphony

Developer Joysticks Studios and Publisher PQube Limited have come together to release Songbird Symphony on PS4, Switch, and Steam. The game is just $16.99, 10% off on Steam until August 1, on all platforms. The game itself is an amazing looking 2D pixel art platformer slash rhythm game. It also features full controller support on Steam as well as six different language interfaces. Continue reading “Songbird Symphony, Music-Rhythm Platformer Now Available”

Yasuhiro Takemoto Confirmed Among The Dead In The Kyoto Animation Fire

Miss Kobayashi

It has been confirmed that director Yasuhiro Takemoto was killed in the Kyoto Animation fire. He was reported dead by fans on Twitter after he went missing but police declined to verify the reports at the time. Continue reading “Yasuhiro Takemoto Confirmed Among The Dead In The Kyoto Animation Fire”

YouTube Doesn’t Consider Islam A Religion: Blocks Christian Ad Based On Policy Prohibiting Ads Targeted At Religious Beliefs

YouTube Islam

Right now there are people attacking YouTube for denying an ad from Chad Robichaux based on the fact Chad used “Christian” as a keyword.

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Xbox Game Pass Freebies For July

Metal Gear Solid 5

There are lots of things being offered in July for the Xbox Game Pass so let’s not waste any time and get right to it. First off, we have the Gears of War 5 multiplayer tech test, it went live on July 17th, going on right now until July 26. With the recent Gears of War 5 smoking censorship controversy still in people’s minds I’m sure the lobbies will be less than full. Continue reading “Xbox Game Pass Freebies For July”

Kathy Zhu Isn’t Being Completely Truthful

Kathy Zhu

When writing a story you should start with the research not the headline. This is exactly what I did when I was asked to write an article on the Kathy Zhu situation. If you are not familiar with Kathy Zhu, she was the Miss Michigan beauty pageant contestant who recently had her crown stripped from her. The pageant organizers say it was for violating the rules that mandate contestants must be of good character. Kathy claims it was because she is a conservative. Furthermore Kathy, in a reply to her own tweet, shows the text conversation she had with someone from the pageant. In that exchange Kathy mentions one Scotland Calhoun as the possible person who complained to the pageant. This piqued my curiosity so I looked into Scotland. Continue reading “Kathy Zhu Isn’t Being Completely Truthful”