My Twitter feed was all abuzz this weekend with people talking about the new Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite game. You’ve seen the trailer, now it is time to check out the gameplay for the game that arrives in 2017.
Just the other day, I was thinking about Destroy All Humans, the alien invasion game for the PlayStation2 that I played for hours and hours so many years ago. I was starting to miss the game until THQ Nordic sent us a notice that Destroy All Humans is back for the PS4.
This past week, we were teased with a new game system from Nintendo. The Switch promises to be the best of the Wii, WiiU and 3DS combined into one system. Little is known (as of this post) of the price point, battery life, games available on launch, but the hype engine has a lot of people excited about this new gaming system that arrives in March 2017. VOTE!
Here’s something I didn’t expect to see this morning, SAG-AFTRA has gone on strike against video game companies after failing to get a new contract in place for its voice actors.
To tie-in with the upcoming Tekken game, Titan Publishing has announced it will publish a comic series based on the property.
First to have a corporate sponsor. First to be crowned Rocket League World Champions. And now, G2 Esports has made iBUYPOWER Cosmic the first team to be signed by a premier Esports club.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced Batman: Return to Arkham will arrive in stores on October 18th. The bundle includes remastered versions of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City as well as all the bonus and DLC content.
Originally not scheduled to be released for a few more days, Blizzard gave fans a big treat to start the month by releasing the big Season 2/Eichenwald Overwatch patch early.
The announcements keep coming for the big Rocket League update scheduled to hit in September.