Perhaps with ultra-modern graphics and third-person games, many players forgot that their advanced game consoles like Xbox One could run many traditional cards and table games that provide many hours of pure entertainment. Continue reading “Best card and table games for Xbox and PlayStation”
A while back, a quaint and colorful Japanese game came to our attention. Sakuna of Rice and Ruin set players as a banished harvest goddess who must grow food for people who she is now with while simultaneously fighting hulking monstrosities and various other monsters in side-scrolling action. Perhaps it was the unique combo as I am a sucker for both, or it was the colorful and vibrant art style, but I eagerly awaited the game’s western release. Then I waited and waited some more.
Continue reading “Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin Launches November 10th”
By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard the latest rumors from Reset Era and Twitter that Cyberpunk 2077 will not be launching in 2020, but instead will have its launch date pushed back into 2021. For those eager to get their hands on what will likely be a defining experience in their life for good or ill, this news is devastating, unpleasant, and probably false.
Arrogance and conceit have laid low many a powerful man and empire throughout history. When people reach the pinnacle of power and greatness, they believe that this status is unassailable and can never be altered or defied. More often than not, this delusion shatters before long as what was once great collapses, or so history shows us.
Activision and Toys for Bob are gearing up to release Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time for PS4 and Xbox One in the next couple of months. With that said, the October due game isn’t calling for gamers and fans alike to free up that much space since the game only takes up 30GB. Continue reading “Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time File Size Surfaces, Calls For 30GB Of Free Space”
It looks like all those people that kept calling Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War “Based” and “red-pilled” are now eating crow because Activision and Treyarch have censored themselves to lick up all of China’s testicular secretions from the filthy ground. As of recent, the official Call of Duty YouTube channel released a cut trailer of the official Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War video, and it’s missing the Tiananmen Square footage given that China banned the trailer for potentially provoking “public grievances.” Continue reading “Activision Removes Tiananmen Square Clip From Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War After China Bans Trailer”
If you are having trouble trying to play Battletoads and your skills are as low as the Try Guys, then a list of paid and free PC trainers are now available for download. Continue reading “Battletoads Cheats Offer Infinite Health, Easy Boss Kills, And Quick Hacking”
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Warner Bros. Games Montreal recently revealed the upcoming superhero game Gotham Knights. Slated to release across PC and home consoles, the new game seems to be off to a poor start with gamers and fans due to the official premiere gameplay trailer boasting poor optimization and RPG mechanics. Continue reading “Gotham Knights Gameplay Video Receives Backlash Over Stuttering And RPG Mechanics”
Crytek will release the “remastered” version of the 2007 first-person shooter Crysis across PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 18th, 2020. However, there’s a catch, folks looking to play the “new and improved” version of the game on PC can only do so via the Epic Games Store. Continue reading “Crysis Remastered For PC Is An Epic Games Store Timed Exclusive”
Square Enix took liberties to change up Seiken Densetsu 3 in that the Western version of the game is no longer a 2D sprite-based title but a new and improved 3D JRPG. Although said liberties also censored Angela’s hometown when performing her Pink Typhoon Attack, it looks like Trials of Mana has exceeded Square Enix’s initial sales projection as per a recent investor Q&A session. Continue reading “Trials Of Mana Sales Exceed Square Enix’s Projected Expectations”
Playstack and Cold Symmetry have released Mortal Shell for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Accompanying the former platform is a batch of cheat trainers where both paid and free cheats for the action RPG are currently available for download. Continue reading “Mortal Shell Cheats Grant Infinite Health, Stamina, And One Hit Kill”
IO Interactive will release Hitman 3 sometime in January 2021. Although that’s five months away, the game will become available across PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X. However, the former platform will be restricted to being an Epic Games Store timed exclusive next year. Continue reading “Hitman 3 Will Release In January 2021 As An Epic Games Store Timed Exclusive”
Although the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has not rated Tales of Arise given that its rating is currently pending, the Australian Classification Board has done so unveiling the nooks and crannies of what the M-rated JRPG will feature at launch. Continue reading “Tales Of Arise Rated By Australian Classification Board”