Hidetaka Miyazaki Touches On Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Difficulty

Activision and FromSoftware’s upcoming game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has caught quite the attention during its E3 2018 reveal. With buzz circulating around the game, Sekiro’s director and From Software president, Hidetaka Miyazaki, recently came forth to inform gamers what can be expected difficulty wise. Continue reading “Hidetaka Miyazaki Touches On Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Difficulty”

Warner Bros. Wants To Move To A Games As A Service Business Model

In a recent interview between another publication site and president of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, David Haddad, it is said that the company plans on moving to a full “games as a service” business model, where if not all of WBIE’s games feature said service, most will. Continue reading “Warner Bros. Wants To Move To A Games As A Service Business Model”

Warriors Orochi 4 Launches With Split-Screen Co-op October 16th For Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Warriors Orochi 4

Koei Tecmo announced during this past year’s E3 that Warriors Orochi 4 is set to launch on October 16th, 2018 for the Nintendo Switch, the Xbox One, and the PlayStation 4. Continue reading “Warriors Orochi 4 Launches With Split-Screen Co-op October 16th For Switch, PS4, Xbox One”

E3 2018: Dusk, Retro-Inspired Shooter Coming To Nintendo Switch

Dusk Nintendo Switch

New Blood Interactive’s Dusk released on PC a while ago, promising hardcore, fast-paced, first-person action. The game features non-stop shooting frills and thrills, not too dissimilar to 3D shooters from back in the 1990s like Blood and Redneck Rampage. The developers recently announced that Dusk will be coming soon to the Nintendo Switch. Continue reading “E3 2018: Dusk, Retro-Inspired Shooter Coming To Nintendo Switch”

E3 2019 Scheduled To Kick-Off On June 11th, 2019

Although E3 2018 is over and done with, reveals from the Electronic Entertainment Expo are still popping up as we speak due to the number of games revealed. Accompanying the information of new game reveals from this year’s E3 comes an official statement from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) that E3 2019 will kick-off from June 11th to June 13th, 2019. Continue reading “E3 2019 Scheduled To Kick-Off On June 11th, 2019”

E3 2018: Call Of Cthulhu Features RPG-Horror Mechanics, Upgradeable Skills

Call of Cthulhu E3 2018

Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studios’ Call of Cthulhu is gearing up for release later on in 2018 for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The game is based on the Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu pen and paper tabletop RPG. It’s set within the same world and follows many of the lore-specific narratives based around H.P. Lovecraft’s extra-dimensional cosmic horrors. Continue reading “E3 2018: Call Of Cthulhu Features RPG-Horror Mechanics, Upgradeable Skills”

E3 2018: Strange Brigade Trailer Covers Co-op Puzzles, Third-Person Exploration

Strange Brigade

Rebellion’s Strange Brigade was on hand at E3 this year. It may not have taken any of the stage conferences by storm, but it did manage to carve out its own corner of promotion during the busy show floor exploits. The latest trailer exhibits one of the new stages for the upcoming third-person shooter, showcasing more of the co-op play in action. Continue reading “E3 2018: Strange Brigade Trailer Covers Co-op Puzzles, Third-Person Exploration”

E3 2018: Pladyius Trailer Previews Edge Of Eternity, Lost In Harmony, Old School Musical

Edge of Eternity

Playdius Games rolled out their E3 content this past week, and even though they didn’t get to share in the big spotlight on the press conference stages of Sony or Microsoft, or receive any kind of feature in the Nintendo E3 Direct, they did put together a collage of games they had on display on the convention show floor. Continue reading “E3 2018: Pladyius Trailer Previews Edge Of Eternity, Lost In Harmony, Old School Musical”

Fist Of The North Star: Lost Paradise Had The Manliest Trailer Of E3 2018

Fist of the North Star Lost Paradise

While a bunch of the games that were announced, previewed, or demonstrated during E3 aren’t coming out until 2019, Sega surprised everyone by dropping the English trailer for the North American and European release of Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise. Continue reading “Fist Of The North Star: Lost Paradise Had The Manliest Trailer Of E3 2018”

E3 2018: Sable, French Art-Influenced Sci-Fi Adventure Coming To Xbox One, PC In 2019

Sable E3 2018

One of the games that nabbed a brief spotlight during Microsoft’s [email protected] showcase during the E3 press conference this past year, was Shedworks’ Sable, not to be confused with the lasciviously arcane, Shadworks. The game is a coming of age tale set on an alien planet that treks across a large desert expanse. Continue reading “E3 2018: Sable, French Art-Influenced Sci-Fi Adventure Coming To Xbox One, PC In 2019”

E3 2018 Is Over, What Are Your Overall Thoughts?

Now that E3 2018 has ended, you can share your thoughts on the whole event. Was it a waste of time? Are there games you’re genuinely curious to see more of after the show? And what was the most cringe moment of the event? If you want, you can share your thoughts on the above questions right here. Continue reading “E3 2018 Is Over, What Are Your Overall Thoughts?”

E3 2018: My Friend Pedro Was Inspired By Equilibrium And Max Payne

My Friend Pedro - Equilibrium

Kurt Wimmer’s 2002 sci-fi action film, Equilibrium, and Remedy Entertainment’s Max Payne, have been the inspiration for Hat Juggler’s My Friend Pedro, which is being published by Devolver Digital. Continue reading “E3 2018: My Friend Pedro Was Inspired By Equilibrium And Max Payne”

A Plague Tale: Innocence Features 5,000 Rats Onscreen, Borrows Elements From Ico

A Plague Tale Innocence

Asobo Studio’s A Plague Tale: Innocence is probably one of the most original games in development at the moment, alongside Death Stranding. It’s a stealth-survival game set during the 14th century France, and some new gameplay details have emerged along with a 2018 gameplay trailer. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Features 5,000 Rats Onscreen, Borrows Elements From Ico”