Bethesda is one of those companies where you never really know what to expect from them. After a few years trying to play Skyrim on every electronic device under the sun, they provided us with a great range of games coming out soon, and ones to look forward to years from now. The lineup includes: Rage 2 One of the […]
Though I’ve never been a major Xbox fan outside of some games like the Halo series, I was surprisingly impressed by the showing Microsoft put on during 2018’s E3 conference.
Electronic Arts (EA Play) opened the show Saturday morning with a strong lineup, including a mix of never-before-seen teasers, and more information on projects that have already caught audiences attention.
The Nintendo E3 Direct provided viewers with a look at all the games they can expect through this time next year. The majority of these games are ones we already knew about, with a few exceptions. That said, Nintendo is known to announce new games throughout their Treehouse Event, so we’ll see if anything gets added to the list.
Shortly following a supposed leak from Walmart was Sega’s announcement of Team Sonic Racing. The teaser shows no real gameplay, but the listing suggests it will take a team-based approach to the racing genre.
This week, The Pokemon Company held a surprise live-stream event showcasing 5 brand new games in the Pokemon Series, with something for everyone…
June is just days away, and you know what that means: E3, the biggest gaming event of the year is nearly upon us!
No Man’s Sky, the game that made promises as expansive as it’s universe, has just announced the latest major patch for their game, titled “Next.”
The Zelda fanatics will be pleased to learn that popular comic book company, Dark Horse, recently announced their most recent collaboration with Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Creating a Champion.
That’s right, in case you haven’t heard, Nintendo announced on Sunday that they are in the works to bring back the extremely limited NES Classic Edition!