The Destiny 2 Leviathan raid is finally upon us, ushering in a new era of gearing up, collecting unique armor sets, and finding legendary weapons that lay in wait. This new bit of content will serve as the first raid for our fourth year of Destiny, allowing us to become acquainted with a new era, a new story, and foes we have yet to encounter.
Many of us are already preparing our wallets for that amazing day where the best deals in gaming, electronics, home theater, and more occurs. As many know, that day isn't just a day, a week, or even a time to shop. It's become a state of mine that send many into a rage when they don't find the deals they want. For others, it's a time to save valuable money, and for us gamers, it's a time to get our hands on those recently launched titles so that we may save some serious bucks.
Turtle Rock Studios has announced its team-up with renowned publisher Perfect World Entertainment to bring a new fantasy-driven first-person shooter title to life.
Since its release in 2000, Final Fantasy IX has remained one of the most beloved classics in the franchise. During this year's #TokyoGameShow, Square Enix announced that the game has officially been released on the PlayStation 4.
Like anime? Like video games? Want a new game that fuses these two genres? What about an anime style sequence of a role-playing title? Lab Zero and publisher 505 games have announced today that they are preparing another game with the help of LA-based studio Titmouse on the animation storyboarding.
Friday night I sat down, a soda in my hand, bag of gummy worms in my lap, and a "Deluxe Edition" of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim so that I may reforge old memories into new ones. Along side it I had a copy of it on Xbox One, which I borrowed from an awesome pal (thank you sir!) and was able to sit down to compare the two.
There's always that one time of the year where we try to avoid the need to set our wallet ablaze due to the cost of AAA games. This week is going to be that one starting here in just a few short hours for fans preparing to line-up for some of this yeas most anticipated releases. Whether it's for Battlefield 1 or for Civilization 6, there's quite a bit preparing to land on consoles, PCs, and Vitas near us.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, otherwise known as E3, is always an exciting time of year. As we begin to count down to the event's June kickoff, many gamers will huddle around their phones, their tablets, their computers, their TVs, and even the local game store in order to get their hands on the pre-orders that become available as they're announced.
For just at twenty years I have sat on many couches diligently paying close attention to my Pokémon. For all those years I grew up tending to my little creatures, training them as much as I could to ensure my teams were the very best. I've probably played several hundred hours of each game and each new Pokédex.
The latest Mass Effect adventure will take us to stars we'd only dream of, to places we'd only imagine, and an accidental Mass Effect: Andromeda art book listing on Amazon may have just leaked Andromeda's 2017 release date.
By now we're all recovered from the Battlefield 1 Open Beta period – it was amazing, it was crazy, and it was by far one of the best multiplayer experiences in recent years. If you're one of the 13.2 million players that took part in it, you already know what to expect, and you know the level of detail to the game has been immaculate up to this point.
Football Manager 2018 has been out for nearly a month now and I figured it was about time to give you all some teams to guide to a trophy or two (or even three)