Gamescom is coming up on Monday and there are so many interesting gaming rumors going around that it’s like having a second E3.
DuckTales Remastered is no longer available to purchase digitally, which is just another reason to keep buying physical copies of video games.
Activision is at it again adding microtransactions to games after the reviews come out and its victim this time is Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled.
It’s hard to enjoy anything from the past these days without companies trying to shoehorn in modern practices. This week’s example is Doom for Switch.
Capcom is finally releasing a physical version of Resident Evil 4 on the Nintendo Switch, but of course they just can’t get it right.
As more and more details about Google Stadia come out it becomes ever clearer just how much of a waste of time the streaming console will be.
It looks like a Switch Mini might be on the way, but we have to wonder if that is something that will even fit into the average gamer’s hands?
It’s that time of year again when gamers’ wallets cry out in pain as they are mercilessly emptied. Yup, it’s Steam sale time.
Capcom is putting Devil May Cry on the Switch, but not as part of the HD Collection, and that isn’t their only recent blunder on the console. Why can’t Capcom ever get things right?
The big event of the year for gamers around the world has come to an end, and one of the biggest surprises comes from the Microsoft E3 press conference.