KINGDOM HEARTS Union χ[Cross] Disney Tsum Tsum Event Starts Today

Earlier today Square Enix announced a collaboration between Disney Tsum Tsum and KINGDOM HEARTS in Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]. Throughout September, Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] players, the popular chart-topping mobile RPG, will be able to embark on new story quests and take part in a variety of Tsum Tsum in-game events. If cute and cuddly things are your thing, then this month’s event ...[Read More]

WWE 2K18 Official Roster Released

Over the last five years, the WWE 2K franchise has received a lot of criticism from the gaming community due to limited roster size, lacking story lines, in-game bugs, and lack of create-able content.  Despite the poor review scores, WWE 2K games still sell relatively well, probably due to the devoted WWE fan base.  This year, WWE 2K18 looks to improve on what previous versions of the game has est...[Read More]

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS Hits One Million Simultaneous Players

Just yesterday, we posted that PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTELGROUNDS, or PUBG, had just reached the 10 million units sold milestone, and today they are at it again. The news has just broke that there were over one million simultaneous Steam players battling it out for that sweet, sweet chicken dinner.

First Month Roadmap For Destiny 2 Reveals Raid Launch And Return Of Xur

Destiny 2 has been out for a couple days now and while Guardians around the world are working together to take down Dominus Ghaul and the Red Legion, Bungie has been busy planning what’s next and has recently released a month-in-advance overview of what us Guardians can look forward to in the coming days and weeks.

Rockstar Announces L.A. Noire 2017 Release

Earlier today, Rockstar Games announced that new versions of the blockbuster hit detective thriller L.A. Noire, are scheduled to release on November 14, 2017, or Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Alongside these three new console versions, Rockstar will be releasing a virtual reality version of L.A. Noire called L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files which will feature seven select cases from th...[Read More]

Square Enix Collective Releases Anime Adventure Game Tokyo Dark on Steam

This one’s been a long time coming. Originally Kickstarted in May 2015, Cherrimochi’s Tokyo Dark is out now on Steam! Featuring an anime art style and a dark take on the point-and-click adventure genre, Tokyo Dark promises a unique spin on what has generally been a more light-hearted genre.


If you keep up with the gaming world, which you probably do if you’re reading this, then you know how massive PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS has become since it’s Early Access release this past March. Chances are also good that you may be part of this success as the game has reached a huge milestone having sold over 10 million copies.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard Gold Edition, DLC Release Announced

Having recently finished playing Resident Evil 7 biohazard myself,  you can imagine my disappointed when I learned the previously announced DLC, Not a Hero, was not available for me to start having been delayed back in April. Well CAPCOM has finally given us a release date, and that day is December 12, 2017.

New Features and UI Announced for Xbox One

During a live podcast at Pax West earlier this week, Xbox’s Major Nelson and Windows and Xbox’ s Platform Head Mike Ybarra discussed some of the latest features coming to the Xbox One user interface within upcoming months. Xbox Insiders will have the chance to work out any kinks or bugs in the software before it launches for all Xbox Live users. 

Gearbox Teases More Information On Borderlands 3

At PAX West this past weekend, Gearbox held their usual panel. In the presentation, CEO Randy Pitchford shed some more light on the unannounced-yet-pretty-much-announced Borderlands 3. Fans like myself have been aching to get an announcement on the new sequel, but Gearbox has stayed pretty quiet about it, with the exception of little hints here and there. I attended the PAX East Panel this past Ma...[Read More]

New Shovel Knight Amiibos are Incredible

Confession time! I have a problem. I am hopelessly addicted to the purchasing of Amiibo, the wonderfully designed Nintendo figures that unlock things in various games. Amiibo are literally what I’ve always wanted as a child, a high-quality Nintendo figure that I could display proudly; the fact they unlock things is just icing on the cake. Out of the hundred or so Amiibo I have, Shovel Knight...[Read More]

There is Assassin’s Creed in my Final Fantasy XV

Alright game industry, while you may have convinced me to love angry chaos bunnies running amok in the Mushroom Kingdom, I am even more unsure about white hooded assassins riding chocobos. From now until January 31st of 2018, Noctis and his beautiful boys will be able to don the cloth of the brotherhood from Assassin’s Creed. This comes as a free event for Final Fantasy XV, taking place in t...[Read More]

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