Todd’s new Xbox One X dies just as the No Man’s Sky Next update is released. Now he must watch others like Chella play the updated space exploration title, and long for the time when his ship and his console are finished with repairs.
No Man’s Sky Next is the big update from Hello Games, bringing multi-player, space battles and character customisation. Chella goes back into space to see how all the changes have enhanced the game and whether it’s enough to diffuse the backlash.
QuakeCon Teams Up with The American Red Cross, 1UpOnCancer, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Dallas Pets Alive!, Extra Life, Gamers Outreach, NonPareil Institute and Stack-Up so that gamers can help out valuable charities while having fun at the show.
Todd finally gets his hands on both an NES and SNES Classic console. Having satisfied his classic gaming itch for a bit, he then got out a screwdriver and began to modify his treasures to accept even more games. See how that summer adventure turned out.
It’s hot in the UK, so Chella is looking for games to keep her cool and relaxed. No enemies, no stress, just beautiful, relaxing games for some chilled summer vibes.
With the deep summer upon us, and half the year gone, it’s time for Todd to rank the three best, and one worst, games that 2018 has offered players so far. Taken as a whole, the year has been pretty good, though there are always exceptions. Find out if Todd’s picks matches your own thoughts on games this year.
Cyberpunk, desert exploration, sword-wielding foxes and world weary racoons – Chella takes a look at the indie games that slipped under the radar at E3 2018.
Like most of us, Todd watched the E3 Expo press conferences looking for news about some of the great games that we would all soon be able to play. And like most of us, he has strong opinions about what company did the most to wow gamers.
In a tournament that featured more than 150 teams from North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific Region competing through three days, Rise Nation defeated Red Reserve in a close battle in the Championship match on Sunday to capture its third title of the season for the Call of Duty World League.
The Call of Duty World League, Presented by PlayStation 4, returns to the Anaheim Convention Center for the final Global Open Event of the Call of Duty: WWII season. Teams are competing for a share of a $4.2 million prize pool.