September 29, 2021

October 2021 Video Game Releases to Look Out For

It’s October, which means this is usually where we make some sort of joke about how there are a lot of spooky treats in store for gamers this month. While, yes, there are some spooks in the form of House of Ashes and Metroid Dread, this October is really just stacked all around with quality

September 24, 2021

Super Mario Bros animated movie in the works for Holiday 2022 release

During the most recent Nintendo Direct, legendary game developer Shigeru Miyamoto announced the upcoming Super Mario Bros. animated film is arriving on December 21, 2022. Nintendo is collaborating with Illumination on the film, which is the same studio behind hits like the Despicable Me franchise, The Secret Life of Pets franchise, and the Dr. Suess

September 23, 2021

Every Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis game coming to Nintendo Switch Online

During Nintendo’s most recent Direct, the company announced a new tier of its online service called Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack. Along with online play, access to the NES and Super NES games library, the new service tier will also include select Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games. Scheduled to launch sometime in October,

September 18, 2021

Deltarune Chapter 2 – How to fight the secret boss: Spamton Neo

Chapter 2 of Toby Fox’s Undertale sequel, Deltarune, just dropped very suddenly and the internet exploded. As we said before, Undertale wouldn’t be Undertale, and thus Deltarune wouldn’t be Deltarune, without its fair share of secrets. Much like the Chapter 1 secret boss, Jevil, Chapter 2’s secret boss requires you to jump through a ton

September 15, 2021

Battlefield 2042 pushed back to November

Originally set for an October 22, 2021 release date, EA and developer DICE are delaying the highly anticipated Battlefield 2042 to November 19, 2021. DICE general manager Oskar Gabrielson made the announcement on the official Battlefield Twitter account. “We’ve made the decision to shift the launch of Battlefield 2042,” Gabrielson said. “The game will now

September 9, 2021

What the gaming trends and buzzwords of 2021 really mean

Gaming is bigger than ever considering we have been locked away in our homes for the last year and a half. You can find a million articles trying to explain what all the new trendy buzzwords mean, and they are all sugarcoated to hell. You and I? We’ve been around the digital block more than



August 4, 2021

M.2 SSDs compatible with PlayStation 5

Sony recently released instructions on how to add an additional SSD to PlayStation 5. The console comes equipped with a 1TB SSD, however, due to the PlayStation operating system and other mystery files, you only have about 700GB of free space. And with games takes up to 40 to 80GB space each, you’ll probably be

July 17, 2021

Valve announces handheld gaming PC, Steam Deck

Yes, it’s true, Valve has created a handheld gaming PC called Steam Deck, and it’s coming in December starting at $399. The PC comes with an AMD APU fitted with a quad-core Zen 2 CPU with eight threads and eight compute units’ worth of AMD RDNA 2 graphics, along with 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. There

February 11, 2020

Review: Dead Cell’s The Bad Seed is how DLC should be done

February 4, 2020

Review: Warcraft 3: Reforged is problematic for veterans and newbies

January 31, 2020

Review: Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet is a smart and satirical look into the dysfunctional lives of game developers

January 29, 2020

Impressions: Shenmue III’s Battle Rally DLC is a fun distraction, but little else

January 27, 2020

Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind is a much awaited retcon

January 20, 2020

Review: Doom: Annihilation doesn’t pretend to be anything other than trashy B-movie nonsense