With Google Stadia less than a week away, with it’s upcoming launch on November 19th, there are a ton of curious people who want to know what the service will be like on launch. Andrey Doronichev and Beri Lee, two members of Stadia’s team, held a Reddit AMA yesterday, hoping to let folks know what to
It’s been almost seven years since the last Silent Hill game, Book of Memories, and it’s about time for fans to get one last hurrah with the creepiest town in the world. Although Konami has some different plans in mind. There’s a new Silent Hill on the way, only catch is that it’s not a game. The new
Once again, another example of AAA greed in the video game industry has reared up its rotten and bloated head, only to rend another chunk out of our nostalgia and enjoyment of games. This time Activision strikes again to shovel in microtransactions into Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled. Yes, a game based on a 20 year-old
So Ubisoft put out Assassin’s Creed Odyssey a while ago, and while it was a good game, it was cursed by the touch of “AAA Live Services” (Read that in the most snooty Jim Sterling voice you can), and as a result, a lot of people felt the pressure of the grind from beginning to
Gamers across the internet are up in arms again because of Take-Two being greedy and completely out of touch. The same company that pressured gamers to argue on their behalf so that they could keep loot boxes in games, and has also said loot boxes are not gambling, is now forcing people to watch ads
At a recent meeting of the UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Electronic Arts and the rest of the AAA industry has found itself in hot water with gamers again this week. SNP’s Brendan O’ Hara posed a question to the assembled reps of the games industry and MPs concerning loot boxes and
If you’re just a huge sucker for nonsensical marketing stunts, Microsoft has the perfect Xbox schwag for you. Microsoft and Unilever are teaming up to offer a line of hygiene products targeted at GAMERS! That’s right, an Xbox-branded line of bathroom products, which is actually just a rebadge of the Lynx/Axe line of products, will
Because there isn’t enough weirdness on the mobile game market, The Pokemon Company has now announced a new Pokemon Sleep app, which will launch in 2020. The game is being developed with some involvement from Pokemon GO teams at Niantic, as well as Pokemon: Magikarp Jump developer SelectButton. Pokemon Sleep will be available for iOS and Android devices.