September 30, 2022

Video Game Releases to Look Out For - October 2022

It’s October, and you know what that means. It’s time for a delightfully devilish lineup of spooky games for- What’s that? There aren’t a lot of spooky games this month? But it’s Halloween, spooky games always come out this month! Not many huh? Well, what do we have instead? Sequels to Overwatch, Mario + Rabbids,…

September 29, 2022

Skull and Bones delayed to 2023

Skull and Bones was supposed to be finally released on November 8, 2022, after years of delays. However, Ubisoft has announced a last-minute delay instead. The game has been pushed back four months. Ubisoft announced in a press release that Skull and Bones has a new release date – March 9, 2023. The statement explains…

September 29, 2022

Sega announces its first blockchain game

Sega joined forces with Double Jump Tokyo to create its first blockchain game. This is the second major game studio working with the Oasys blockchain platform. Earlier this month, Square Enix announced its partnership with the platform. Double Jump Tokyo recently announced on Medium that it was creating a Three Kingdoms-inspired trading card game. The…

September 28, 2022

Steam's seasonal sales for PC games are changing for 2023

Valve has revealed that it’s making some changes to the usual four major seasonal Steam sales and is swapping out one major seasonal sale for a different one. The changes allow them to “create more space” between the four major seasonable sales and provide developers with additional opportunities throughout the year. As announced on Steam,…

September 28, 2022

GTA 6 hacker suspect pleads not guilty

The suspected GTA 6 hacker recently appeared at a specialist London youth court and has pleaded not guilty to the charges. He denies using his mobile phone to hack into different companies, including Rockstar. As reported by Bloomberg Law, prosecutor Valeria Benjamin states that the boy used a mobile phone he “didn’t have permission to…

September 28, 2022

Diofield Chronicle: Five Tips for Starting Out

It’s been a while since we saw a big-name AAA RTS come out, but that’s exactly where Square Enix’s Diofield Chronicle is classified. It’s certainly a game unlike anything we have seen in recent days, with a lot of its own unique systems and spins on RTS battle mechanics. If you find yourself struggling to…


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