A plethora of FINAL FANTASY titles are launching onto the current generation of consoles including Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. This also marks the first time several mainline FINAL FANTASY titles will be on a Nintendo platform.
Capcom revealed their new Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. The new bundle includes a collection of seven games, paying tribute to the “classic era of arcade side-scrolling, co-op action.”
Perp Games and Winking Entertainment announced in a recent Press Release they will be continuing their partnership through 2018 as they prepare two brand new physical release titles.
The sequel to the hit arcade basketball game, NBA 2K Playgrounds, is hitting the streets later this Fall, and last week’s Nintendo Direct officially revealed it will be dribbling to Switch.
During the Nintendo Direct earlier this week, Nintendo showcased many surprises for viewers. One of the standout ones for us on The Gaming Chicken was the reveal of Civilization VI, a port of the critically-acclaimed PC game.
In a surprise announcement during the latest Direct, vieweres were surprised to discover the extremely popular Free-To-Play game Warframe is set to arrive on Nintendo Switch on November 20th.
Team Cherry, the developers behind the critically-acclaimed Hollow Knight, announced the complete Voidheart Edition will be making its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 25th.
Nintendo recently announced the original PC game, Dust: An Elysian Tail, is now available on Nintendo Switch. For those who are unaware, Dust: An Elysian Tail is a critically-acclaimed, hand-animated game following the journey of Dust. Armed with the mythical Blade of Ahrah and joined by the sword’s guardian, Fidget, players will follow Dust as he journeys across a world, […]
After success on PC, indie hit Slime Rancher is now available across PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in retail stores worldwide. The boxed edition is currently available at North American retailers online and in-store.
For those who are unaware, Capcom’s upcoming Mega Man 11 received a demo, which is now playable ahead of the game’s October 2nd release. Take on Block Man’s level in the new demo, which is available now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Tozai Games announced this week that R-Type Dimensions will be launching worldwide on Nintendo Switch and Steam in late 2018. R-Type Dimensions includes both acclaimed arcade classics initially published by Irem, R-Type and R-Type II. Each title can be played in classic mode with the original 2D graphics and retro music or with hi-res 3D graphics and remastered audio.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive revealed a new trailer at PAX West teasing the new location featured in HITMAN 2 – Columbia, the follow-up to the internationally acclaimed predecessor, HITMAN.
Moonfall is an an action RPG inspired by the classic side-scrolling beat-’em-up game Golden Axe. Now, requested by popular demand, the original Moonfall is receiving new content, along with support for current-gen consoles. All of this will be released in a single packaged titled Moonfall Ultimate.
Last week’s 2.0 Patch laid the groundwork for the major changes Forsaken is bringing to Destiny 2. This week’s 18.104.22.168 opens the floodgates to Bungie’s latest expansion, and Forsaken is now live. Forsaken is now live across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Psionix announced their major ‘Progression Update’ is out now across all platforms for their hit game, Rocket League. The update features a revamped progression system to retool in-game XP, along with a new ‘Clubs’ feature to allow players to organize and compete as proper teams.
At the end of last week, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe announced the critically acclaimed RPG Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.