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Aug
16

Activision Combines Every Destiny Expansion Including Rise of Iron In New Collection

Bungie’s Destiny is about to celebrate its second birthday in just a little under a month and with the Rise of Iron expansion pack coming out shortly after publisher Activision has decided to bundle everything together in one nice tidy collection. Destiny: […]

Aug
15

Call of Duty World League Final Groups Unveiled

Activision has revealed the final 32 teams that will face off in 17 days at Call of Duty XP for the finale of the Call of Duty: World League, which began earlier this year. Some of these teams faced off this past […]

Aug
15

Nuka-World Official Trailer Released Today

On August 30th, Fallout 4 fans will get to take on last summer vacation before we get into September. Bethesda Softworks’s last DLC entry in the post apocalyptic RPG adventure takes players to a theme park based on the Nuka […]

Aug
15

Square Enix Makes Final Fantasy XV Delay Official

Square Enix announced during GamesCOM today that the rumored Final Fantasy XV delay is indeed official. The long awaited game will now make its debut on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One worldwide on November 29th, 2016. The publisher also announced that […]

Aug
14

New Evidence Suggests That Final Fantasy XV Has Indeed Been Delayed

Rumblings have been happening on places like the official Final Fantasy XV Reddit, NeoGAF and other gaming discussion communities that the upcoming Final Fantasy XV has been delayed by 60 days. Originally posted by outlet Gamnesia – instructions were reportedly […]

Aug
13

LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens | Review

LEGO games have gone through many adventures. It’s a hit phenomenon that has even spun off a “toys to life” NFC game with LEGO Dimensions. The main franchise has kept a good track record of adding new content instead of […]

Aug
13

No Man’s Sky Review: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Exploring

Review written by John Edward Bridgman – follow him on Twitter at @JEBWrench!   Finally, after all the speculation, articles, and setbacks, Hello Games’ space explorer No Man’s Sky is here. We are finally able to answer the question, “What is No […]

Aug
10

CD Projekt Red’s GWENT Closed Beta Delayed Until October

It looks like GWENT, the digital collectable card game based upon The Witcher universe will need a bit of extra time in development before beginning its closed beta phase of testing. Originally CD Projekt RED had promised perspective players a […]

Aug
09

Obliterating racers in Obliteracers!

Having played older kart-based racing games like Mario Kart, Crash Team Racing, and Wacky Wheels, Obliteracers fits right in with the genre. Developed by Space Dust Studios, Obliteracers is a neat little kart racer, that with it’s art style, is […]

Aug
07

Star Wars Battlefront: Death Star DLC Details

Last year’s Star Wars Battlefront reboot will receive its third add-on DLC in just a few weeks. We’ve known for a while that players would be taking to the lower orbit  above the Death Star to fight alongside Luke or Vader and now we’ve […]

Aug
07

Overwatch World Cup Finals To Take Place At BlizzCon 2016

Overwatch’s first competitive season is set to wrap up in a couple of weeks but with the announcement of the Overwatch World Cup, the first sanctioned world-wide competitive scene for the shooter, interest in competitive Overwatch is only likely to […]

Aug
05

X Com 2 Console Release Delayed Until September

The console port of Firaxis Games’ sequel to their popular X Com reboot, X Com 2, has been delayed until September according to the game’s official twitter account. @DavidWonKenobi We need just a little more time to put the finishing […]

Aug
02

Quake Con PSN Sale Discounts Doom & Other New Releases By 50%

Sony’s PlayStation Network plays host to a sale on Bethesda’s recent & past catalogue of digital titles for both the PlayStation 4 and PS3.  This sale is in celebration of the upcoming QuakeCon convention, which will have events live-streamed this weekend […]

Aug
02

Lumo will be getting a retail release

Isometric adventure Lumo will be getting a physical retail release this year. Lumo release earlier this year to wild acclaim on steam, The isometric puzzler has gotten high prise for emulating the style of 80s and 90s puzzlers in a modern environment. […]

Jul
28

Nep-Nep-Connect Is A New Free-To-Play Vita Title From Compile Heart

Compile Heart the developers of the Hyper Dimension Neptunia, Fairy Fencer and Omega Quintet franchises have announced a free-to-play collectible card game for the PlayStation Vita titled Nep-Nep –Connect: Chaos Chanpuru for a Japanese release later this year. Nep-Nep-Connect will collect over 100 […]