To start this thing off let's take it back to when I first got Resident Evil 4 in 2016. Warning: Spoilers abound It was the late Summer, around 12 pm on a Sunday. Our family loves to 'yard sale,' and that's actually how I get most of my games and systems. I was sleeping after …
The Destiny Hotfix is live! It fixes a couple of small things that were quite annoying if repeated. So far Elimination has been fixed so that the round timer doesn’t stop indefinitely after a Guardian was killed immediately after being revived in high-latency matches. Plus Flawless Trials runs were not being counted in the Record Book.
With only a month and a half on the Switches belt, it seems that most people enjoy it. Well, be it with some technical difficulties, the National Purchase Diary (NPD) results of March are in. The Nintendo switch sold 906,000 units in March in the United States alone. Making it the fastest-selling console in Nintendo’s history.
Originally reported on the Ubisoft blog, the video game giant wants to broaden their horizon and expand their talent. How? Well, they’ve opened two new studios in Bordeaux, France and Berlin, Germany.
Simple puzzle games are getting more and more common nowadays. Classic games like “Unblock Me” and “Flow” keep me hunting for new and exciting puzzle games because by now those games set the standard for your average mobile puzzle game.
What an amazing lineup this month. Let’s Journey across the sands and see what’s left of the Lords of the Fallen. Let’s get to it.
President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aime announced over Twitter that the Galaxy style new #3DS XL model will be available in stores this week across North America for $200. The post said this:
Go to PlayStation’s YouTube channel and you will see what the community really thinks about PlayStation Plus. Almost every monthly plus video (which shows only two of the plus games that are available but that’s beside the point) reaches up to 90% and as low as 25% on dislikes, because of the community's dislike of the games …
Have you ever wanted to go to a place where you could let go? Where you could be yourself and not worry about anyone but yourself. Where you wanted to go but you just didn’t have the time or money. Well, simple, video games.
The first-person viewpoint is the way we see and hear things, just like we’re actually there. We are the soldiers in the midst of battle. We are the peace of mind, the decision maker that kills or saves lives. The vision of a passing soul that is just trying to find its way.