Monster Hunter: World Review

Let’s get one thing straight: Monster Hunter: World is one of the deepest, most complex titles I have played in a very long time. From it’s strong ability to make repetitious gameplay enjoyable, to its seemingly endless amount of content, Monster Hunter: World is the most engaging triple-A game of 2018. Players embark upon a journey of not only slowly improving their armor and weapons, but after n...[Read More]

Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

The most astounding aspect of the Dragon Ball franchise in terms of gaming is how fresh and relevant each new game has felt, even after rehashing many of the same plot tropes the series has seen over the past 30+ years. Sure, some entries have been better than others, and some have even become cult classics (looking at you Budokai 3); but the biggest judgement facing any entry is the quality of it...[Read More]

BANDAI NAMCO shows off new art and screenshots for upcoming Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM.

BANDAI NAMCO highlights Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM art. BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. today released new Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM screen shots and art highlighting the various types of Higgledy partners players will encounter through their journey, as well as Kingdom Mode. Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM will be available for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system an...[Read More]

UFC 3

Venerable in it’s own right, THQ’s Undisputed line of the last generation got better with each release, culminating in the astute Undisputed 3. Although consistently on the “arcade” side, the fighting systems worked very well, had stellar collision detection for 2012, and offered Pride FC fighters and presentation for good measure. EA acquired the Ultimate Fighting Champion...[Read More]

Revenge of the Renegades is now live in Awesomenauts!

Awesomenauts has a new character, and she’s awesome! Awesomenauts has just been updated to version 4.5 on Steam. The update, dubbed Revenge of the Renegades, introduces a new character, a new skin and in-game announcer, new profile portraits, and multiple new features and improvements to the in-game level editor. Qi’Tara, the thirty-third character to join the Awesomenauts, is a cloaked assa...[Read More]

BANDAI NAMCO Reveals Adult Gohan For DRAGON BALL FighterZ

Adult Gohan is coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ January 2018! BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. has revealed Adult Gohan, the latest fighter to enter the fray in DRAGON BALL FighterZ. Check out the trailer here: Stay tuned for more information to come as DRAGON BALL FighterZ moves closer to its January 26, 2018 launch date in the Americas for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PCs via STEAM.

Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package – Available Now on PS4

Here’s the details for this highly anticipated release: The hordes of undead are here just in time for a festive celebration with the release today of Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package for PS4 across North America and Europe. The title is a special delivery that will let players unwrap all the previously released Dead Rising 4 content including the main game and additional DLC. The latest b...[Read More]

Need for Speed: Payback Review

One of the things that has always enticed me about the Need for Speed series is their focus on street racing, especially 2015’s soft reboot of the series. Being an avid street car lover myself (and just like the game advocates for itself, don’t run from the Police, please), the whole “stick to a track” simulation racers never were my style. 2015’s soft reboot of Need for Speed reintroduced somethi...[Read More]

Call of Duty: WW2 Review

I’ll just jump right in and say it: Activision and Sledgehammer games weren’t lying in saying that Call of Duty is back.* After an iffy year for the Call of Duty franchise with Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: WW2 brings the series back to where many felt like it needed to be, and is it good to be back. From the action-packed yet grounded story, to the “classic” style multiplayer, Call of Duty: WW2...[Read More]

Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back Launches on PS4 and PC

Here’s what you need to know: Hollywood, Calif. — (Oct. 31, 2017) — Gaming Legend and original celebrity cat, Bubsy The Bobcat, returns to the platformer scene today in Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back, launching on PlayStation®4 and PC. In response to overwhelming outcries from dozens of longtime Bubsy fans worldwide, the cat with a knack for saying what everyone’s thinking is pro...[Read More]

WWE 2K18

As a kid, the first thing that I considered “appointment viewing” was WCW Monday Nitro. At the height of the Monday Night War between Ted Turner’s backed brand and Vince McMahon’s then WWF product Raw is War, WCW was doing the unthinkable and reversed professional wresting gravity by beating Raw in the Nielsen Ratings 82 weeks in a row during the mid ’90s. Eventually,...[Read More]

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Review

I went into Middle-Earth: Shadow of War with very high expectations. I mean, how could I not? 2014’s Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor was my personal game of the year with it’s stunning innovation in gameplay with the Nemesis System. It was up to the team at Monolith to deliver a game that not only improved upon the Nemesis System, but to bring the story of Talion and Celebrimbor closer to their end...[Read More]