Top 15 Reasons I Wouldn’t Even Play Fallout 76 For Free

Bethesda really really screwed up this time. While I've been a Fallout fan for over a decade, although to be fair Fallout 4 was less impressive than its predecessors, I wouldn't even play Fallout 76 if it were free. I'm serious, even if I could pirate the game - yeah, steal it - I still wouldn't play this retarded piece of junk. Of course, a pirated version couldn't... read more

Top 6 Must-Play Android Games Of 2018 | Best Android Games

The world of mobile games is evolving rapidly and it will continue to grow in 2018. With better devices, we can also expect better graphics and movement, so games will be more complex from now on. Yes, you’ll still have access to cute little games like Tetris, but the pool of options gets larger by the minute so you don’t have to limit yourself to games that have no... read more

Top 5 New Games And Sequels Coming In Fall 2017

2017 is hardly halfway over and it's already been an extremely busy year for games, particularly with the recent E3 only adding more to the list of hot titles coming out this year. While some critics have pointed out that most of the games shown off at the event will only launch in 2018, this year's release schedule for games is already so heavily laden that no one... read more

How Recent Twitch Changes Are Influencing Youtube And The Online Video Streaming Industry

Technology is moving at such a rapid pace that it seems every month people are wondering how a particular service is holding up. The streaming service Twitch is no stranger to these checks and balances, and as competitors such as Youtube and Facebook adapt in the way their websites function, seemingly by the day, Twitch users must ask one question: how is Twitch going to... read more

Turns Out Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Is Not Really In Space, Is Better Than You Thought | Everything You Need To Know

Many people avoided Call of Duty Infinite Warfare when they saw the space video with people flying around in space. However, as it turns out, the multiplayer game really isn't like that at all. On the campaign single-player mode, certainly there is a space scene where you fly around and shoot spacecraft like in StarFox or something like that (although not near as awesome... read more

Amazon Gets New Games Redesign That Significantly Improves User Experience | Finally Someone Gets A Redesign Right

With everyone from Google to PayPal to LinkedIn ruining their website's design and user experience, we were beginning to believe that no one would get it right. Finally, however, someone really did. Amazon has implemented a new redesign for their games section which has dramatically improved user experience. I have gotten used to completely bashing all these companies... read more

PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro Are Both Now Released, But Will You Really Want To Buy One?

Great news for current PS4 owners. Even though the PS4 Slim came out on September 7th (September 16th for the UK), and the PS4 Pro came out on November 10th, you won't need to worry about buying one and forking out hundreds of more dollars. Instead if you have money burning a hole in your pocket, pick up a couple PS4 games instead. Why? Because, frankly, the PS4 Slim... read more

Playstation 4 PS4 System Major Update 4.00 Released Today | Summary of Several Useful Additions Including Folders & Quick Menu Sidebar

Sony released the next major system update today, to version 4.00. Here is a short summary of the updates: UI Design Updates Sony refreshed the UI for the PS4, including a new popup notification screen, new backgrounds, and new redesigned icons for the XMB. I also noticed the sounds are slightly different. Folders and Libraries Updates A much needed update,... read more

Sony Officially Confirms PS4 Pro, Called Playstation Neo

At E3 2016, Sony officially confirmed they are working on and planning on releasing the new successor to the PlayStation 4, the much coveted PS5, in the 2017 holiday season. This one isn't an April Fool's joke. The official project name is called "PlayStation Neo", and social media has taken it by storm calling it PlayStation 4.5, since it isn't really a new console but... read more

Fallout 4 Review | Some Pleasant Updates But Overall A Wasteland of Mediocrity

The Fallout series is one of the most well-known and celebrated franchises in recent history. It particularly hit the main stream with the release of Fallout 3 and any installments afterwards. So needless to say when Fallout 4 was announced people lost their minds. New mechanics, new features, new settings, we all had reason to be excited. I'm personally a huge Fallout... read more

Super Mystery Dungeon Review | A Slightly Less Than Super Entry

Pokemon spinoffs are generally a big hit or miss. This rings especially true for sequels. They can be less than stellar, for example the first Pokemon Ranger game being far superior than its predecessors. On the other hand the second set of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Games (Explorers of Time & Darkness, and later Sky) were far better than the original ones. Meanwhile the... read more

Nintendo Entertainment System To Receive Own Museum Exhibit

What do you do when one of the most iconic and innovative video game systems of all time turns 30 years old? Give it their own exhibit in a museum of course! The Strong, a video game museum has teamed up with Ritsumeikan University to create a special exhibit for The Nintendo Entertainment console's 30th birthday. “Japan is home to a rich history of video game... read more

Nintendo To Release Five Mobile Games Starting In 2016

A new console, a theme park and now mobile games. Is there anything Nintendo can't do? Nintendo is continuing to drop jaws, as Satoru Iwata announced that the iconic gaming company will be releasing five mobile game titles in 2016. This comes just days after Nintendo's earnings report revealed that the company had turned their first profit since 2011. Although five... read more

Kung Fu Panda Game Coming This Fall To PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Consoles

Forget games like Street Fighter, Tekken and Mortal Kombat, because Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends is coming out later this year! The game will be released by Vicious Cycle and Little Orbit, and will allow players to help Po The Panda, become a true Kung Fu Warrior. Matt Scott, CEO of Little Orbit, had this to say about the release of The Kung Fu Panda:... read more

Carmageddon Reincarnation Car Fighting Game Gets Green Light To Be Released On Steam

Carmageddon Reincarnation gets the green light on steam! We all had those kind of days growing up. You know the ones where winning a normal race simply wasn't enough to quench your thirst for destruction. You needed something bigger! You needed something better! You needed that certain something that would go so far as to reward you for your destruction. You needed... read more

Nintendo Announces Deal With Universal Studios to Build Nintendo Theme Park Attractions

Look out Disney Land, because Nintendo may be gunning for your status as the happiest place on earth! Nintendo announced a partnership this week with Universal Parks and Resorts, which will allow the two companies to team up and create Nintendo themed attractions inside Universal parks. Despite specific details about the park remaining scare , I think all Nintendo fans... read more

Xbox One Background Music During Gameplay Customization Option Coming Fall 2015

Although music can often add to a gamers experience during gameplay, it can also bring with it a level of distraction after a while. Maybe your tired of hearing the same ten tracks in a game over and over again, or maybe the music playlist wasn't even that good to start with, or maybe you just want to rock out to your own music instead. Unfortunately for those Xbox One... read more

Zuckerburg Tells Parents To Let Their Children Play Video Games

It's funny how parents spend hours upon hours looking over books, blogs and other websites about raising children and what parenting methods work best, but billionaire and founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerburg, waltzes in and tells parents they should allow their children to play video games. Zuckerburg made this comment during a town hall Q&A session, even telling... read more

Tony Hawk Pro Skater Series Finally Makes Its Return To Consoles on PS4 and Xbox One After “Only” 13 Years

After months and months of speculation and hints, Activision announced Tuesday that Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5 is in development and will be coming out on the PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One later this year. This will be the first game in the Tony Hawk Pro Skater Franchise since Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 in 2002. While it has been over 10 years since the last official game in... read more

Valve Implements New Anti-Cheat Policy Into Steam, Giving Ban Power To Game Developers

Life just got a lot for difficult for cheaters on Valve last week. Valve announced this week in a post on their website, that developers now have the ability to create systems that will track down and remove certain players from their games for acts of cheating. The only caveat to the announcement is, that the developers will still have to go through valve to make... read more

Nintendo World Championship Tournament Game From 1990 Coming Back To Life at E3 2015

While Nintendo fans were probably disappointed to learn that the Japanese gaming giant wouldn't be making any official announcements at this years E3 convention, they will be happy to hear that the gaming company has decided to host a Nintendo World Championship Tournament at the event instead. This marks only the second time in 25 years that a tournament of this... read more

BatGirl and More Coming To Batman Arkham Knight Game In June

Ask and you shall receive. That is exactly what happened when Warner Brothers and Rocksteady Studios  were asked by fans to give more information on why they should pay 40 extra dollar's for the season pass of Batman Arkam Knight. This occurred after the initial announcement of the season pass left fans of the series feeling in the dark about what would exactly be... read more

New Need For Speed Game Coming This Fall

Strap in. Its going to be a wild ride. EA has announced that the hit street racing series, Need For Speed, is getting a complete reboot and will now be an open world driving game based on authentic urban car culture. The game is being developed by Ghost Games, the company that produced Need For Speed Rivals in 2013. The game is scheduled for release this fall! Ghost... read more

Minecraft Introduces The First Playable Female Character In The Game’s History

Great things are coming to the world of Minecraft. A new update for the open world sand box game was released today and is said to feature a female playable character, new music, 30 new unlockable achievements and even a Simpsons skin for PlayStation players. The Simpsons skin includes the entire Simpsons clan, along with Grounds Keeper Willie, Principal Skinner, and... read more

Fourth Installment Of The Scary Indie Game Series Five Nights at Freddy’s Coming In October

Are you ready for the final chapter of the scary game "Five Nights at Freddies"? The creator of the scary horror game series Five Nights at Freddy's, Scott Cawthon, released a photo on his website this week teasing the final installment in the indie horror series. The image itself features a vastly different looking Freddy Fazbear, complete with an evil grin on his... read more

John Romero Reveals That He Experimented With The Idea Of Paid Mods In 1995

Whether your a modder that works tirelessly  to turn the latest video game r into a masterpiece of their own, or a gamer eager to play someone else's modded version of their favorite video game, I think we can all agree that the idea of paid mods just a day dream to the general public back in 1995. To John Romero, co creator of games like Quake and Doom, the idea... read more

“Garbage Day” Game Allows You To Live The Same Day Over and Over Again Like In Groundhog Day With Bill Murray

Live the same day over and over again. Developer Svajunas Zemaitas announced that they are working on a new game that allows gamers to live the same day again and again. Garbage Day is described as an open-world game that allows players to explore an immersive interactive world with almost limitless possibilities. The only catch? Once you die during gameplay, or if the... read more

Retro Game “Chip’s Challenge” To Get Sequel After Only 25 Years Of Waiting

Chip's challenge, the original puzzle game developed by Chuck Sommerville for The Windows 3.1 and The Atari Lynx, is finally getting a sequel after 25 years. It will be named "Chip's Challenge Two", and the original game will be available for Steam users on May 28th, 2015. Chip's challenge is a tile-based puzzle game that was released in 1989 by Chuck Sommerville. The... read more

26 Facts About The Original Game Boy That You Never Knew | Game Boy’s 26th Anniversary

In honor of the 26th Birthday of the Game Boy System, we take a look at 25 facts about the game system that could fit in your pocket and would take the gaming world by storm in 1989. The Game Boy might be older then most of the people that originally played it, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have a very special place in the memories of our childhood. 26 May 21 was... read more

Mortal Combat X Game Review | Lackluster Story But Amazing Graphics And Worth Playing

NetherRealms Studios has officially made the best Mortal Combat to date. Creating a perfect balance of great visual appearance and layout with the cutthroat style of rage induced fighting we all know and love has won the heart of the community. Comparing this installment to the previous nine is near impossible. The story mode is rather lacking as well. Mortal Combat... read more

DOTA Gets An Unofficial Call Of Duty Style Makeover By Modder Named BMD

Defense Of The Ancients now a first-person shooter? Not exactly, but thanks to a complete makeover by a modder named BMD, the game has been transformed into a fantasy first-person shooter with cartoon-like graphics. BMD also took out items, minions and many other core elements of gameplay that define the franchise. For those not familiar with DOTA, the game focuses... read more

Three New Sega Genesis Titles Coming To The 3DS This Summer

What do you remember about The Sega Genesis? Is it the cleverly constructed ad campaigns, like "Sega does what Nintendont"? Or maybe the constant arguments in the school yard about who had the better system coming out and how many bits they would have. What about all the great games the Genesis library had to offer like Streets of Rage Two, Gunstar Heroes, and Sonic... read more

GameStop To Sell Retro Consoles and Games as Part of a New Promotion.

This is the kind of promotion that gamers dream of. The gaming retailer GameStop, will be starting a new promotion in which customers will be able to buy and trade old game consoles and games. According to IGN, the promotion will be begin at stores in New York and Birmingham, but may be expanded to the rest of the United States if the promotion proves... read more

Project Cars Set To Release In May With 110 Different Tracks And 30 Locations

Game developer Slightly Mad Studios announced this week that their upcoming title, Project Cars, will feature 110 courses and 30 locations at its launch. The game will be released on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on May 12th. The game will also be released for the Wii U, although no further details has been given on the Nintendo release. The game has been delayed three... read more

Xbox One Criticized For Its Unbelievable Wattage Usage When Using “Instant On” Mode

Xbox On. The ability to utter that one phrase and turn on your Xbox One is costing you more than you think! About 12.5 Watts to be exact. Noah Horowitz, senior scientist for The Natural Resources Defense Council criticized Microsoft this week for not being as energy friendly as its competitors and being deceptive in their wording for saving energy. "With today's... read more

Super Meat Boy May Be Opening The Door For Other Indie Game Characters To Be Added To Super Smash Brothers Brawl

First Banjo Kazooie and now this! It was only a few days ago that Xbox boss Phil Spencer tweeted about his hopes for Banjo to be a playable character in Super Smash Brothers Brawl, now Team Meat is throwing their names into the ring to try to get everyone's favorite blob of meat in the popular Nintendo game. Super Meat Boy is an indie video game developed by Edmund... read more

Get Ready To Rock Out To Live Crowds In An All-New First-Person Perspective In Guitar Hero Live

Live crowds, real reactions, and a TV channel are just some of the selling points for the new Guitar Hero Live game being released this fall by Activision and Harmonix. Guitar Hero Live will be the first installment in the franchise since the series went on Hiatus in 2010. The biggest changes to the popular franchise are that gamers are now given a first person... read more

GTA 5 Director’s Mode Will Change The Franchise Forever

The PC version of Grand Theft Auto Five hits stores Tuesday April 14, and while fans of the franchise might be eager to go on a few high stake heists, get in an intense shootout with the law, or maybe even steal a military grade airplane, fans should to be equally excited about the new Director Mode that is exclusive to The PC version. The director mode is said to give... read more

Project X Zone Two Game Release Leaked | Which Characters Will Make a Appearance on Your 3DS?

It was announced Tuesday that Project X Zone, the title most known for being a collaboration between Bandai Namco, Sega and Capcom, would be getting a sequel later this year entitled, Project X Zone Two. The game will be released exclusively for The 3DS and offers a multitude of different characters across the three brands. Project X Zone 2 is described as a Turn based... read more

Lara Croft in Tomb Raider Relic Run Promises a Unique New Endless Runner Experience For Mobile Gamers

Lara Croft from the Tomb Raider video game series is coming to a mobile phone near you! Crystal Dynamics announced Monday that the next game in the Tomb Raider series will be available later this year on Android, iOS, and Windows phones. The game entitled "Lara Croft’s Relic Run", is described as an endless runner like the "Temple Run" series, and has already seen a... read more

New NASCAR 15 Game Announced For Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Can NASCAR Make a Comeback In The Gaming Industry?

Let’s go racing gamers! Dusenberry Martin Racing announced Friday that NASCAR 15 was in development and would be released in just over a month. The game is described as more of an update then an actual game and will only be available for certain consoles. The disc version of NASCAR 15 will be released exclusively at Gamestop for $20. The game will also be available... read more

Rock Band 4 Game to Have Future Virtual Reality Capabilities? How Rock Band Can Change The Gaming Industry Forever.

Want to rock out to your favorite rock songs in virtual reality? Harmonix CEO, Steve Janiak teased the idea during an interview with "Gaming Insider", stating that "Harmonix prides itself on being at the forefront of new technologies. VR is an intriguing frontier, and a great opportunity to fundamentally reinvent how people connect to music." Although no plans for a... read more

ZRRO Kickstarter That Lets You Play Android Games On Your TV Reaches $200,000 Goal

"Play 300,000 touch games on your television." That was the tagline the makers of the ZRRO console used on its kickstarter page that has just recently reached its goal of $200,000 dollars in just over a months. The kickstarter had a total of 762 backers totaling $200,392. The ZRRO console touts some very impressive hardware, including a quad-core 2.0GHz processor,... read more

Banjo Kazooie is a popular choice in Nintendo’s poll to add a new character to Super Smash Brothers Brawl

What character would you like to have at your disposal the next time you play a game Super Smash Brothers Brawl? Maybe Midna from The Legend of Zelda Series? Or even Shadow from the sonic Series. What about Banjo, the honey bear from the Banjo Kazooie series developed by Rare in 1998? Xbox boss, Phil Spencer, gave his thoughts on the next character for the Super Smash... read more

Revolutionary “Mario Maker” Game To Be Released in September. You Edit The Levels. You Decide The Experience!

Is just getting to Peach's Castle not doing it for you anymore? Do you wish there were some more enemies in a certain section of the stage, or perhaps a few more power-ups to help you take out those enemies? What if you wanted a few bonus stages as well? These things will all be possible with the new WII U title, "Mario Maker". That's right! Everyone's favorite... read more

The Smart Boy, An April Fool’s Prank Turned Into A Real Product, May Be Coming To a Smart Phone Near You!

Break out those nostalgia glasses and dig up your old collection of Game Boy cartridges that you got for Christmas as a child, because "The Smart Boy" is coming to a smart phone near you! Just imagine playing the same games you loved in the 90's all over again. Thanks to a hardware company named "Hyperkin", you may be able to do just that on your smartphone. Hyperkin... read more

Battlefield Hardline | A Glorified Expansion Pack, With The Lowest Rating Ever In The Battlefield Series

Critics and players agree on this one, Battlefield Hardline is the lowest scoring Battlefield game ever in the Battlefield series. With a critic score of 71/100, it does not come close to the former series' scores. Battlefield 1942 scored 89, Battlefield 2 scored 91, Bad Company 2 scored 87, Battlefield 3 scored 89, and Battlefield 4 scored 81. It's not a wonder why... read more

Sony May Be Near Its Death – Who Might Take Their Place In The Gaming Industry?

This picture of one of Sony's buildings is beginning to look like a tombstone. Sony may be in the throes of death, largely due to poor financial decisions, a potentially failed gamble into the smartphone industry, and a failure to deliver good products consistently as they had in the past with previous game systems. Additionally, although Sony has produced some... read more

Top Ten Things WWE 2K15 Needs To Improve To Become Excellent

Despite WWE 2K15 offering a variety of great game modes, new characters, a creation suite and a more immersive WWE Universe Mode, there are still a lot of things the popular pro wrestling video games series can do to make WWE 2K just that much better. Below are ten things that 2K should fix before releasing WWE 2K16 this fall. 10 Match variety I love how the WWE 2K15... read more

Top Ten Annoying Things About The Gen-One Pokémon Games

Don't get me wrong, Pokémon is an awesome series of games that has changed the landscape of RPG forever, but that doesn't make it above the sting of a criticism. From lackluster story elements, to certain game features that can leave players feeling frustrated. Here are ten things I dislike about the first generation of Pokémon... read more