Category: Gaming News

Feb
14

Astral Chain Announced – A New PlatinumGames Jam From the Creators of Bayonetta and Nier: Automata

And as to be expected it looks good. Even though we’re not too sure what’s happening story wise. As per the description, players will be “part of a police special forces unit in a multi-cultural futuristic city” where it seems […]

Feb
14

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Might be the Most Ambitious and In-Depth Fire Emblem Yet

More Ninty news from today’s Direct features one my most anticipated games for 2019, in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. This time around, the player takes on the role of a Professor at an academy where three houses — representing different […]

Feb
14

Pre-Order a Digital Copy of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 on PC, Get a Free Ubisoft Game

Although, ahem, The Division 2 on PC is exclusive to the Epic Games Store and Uplay. No Steam. And with that bit of business out of the way, let’s get down to the deal. A pretty simple one, pre-order a […]

Feb
14

Super Mario Maker 2 Coming to the Switch in June

Building on the foundation on the Wii U original, giving players the chance to create their own 2D and 2.5D Super Mario levels – now with the power of slopes. Which is one of the new features highlighted in the […]

Feb
14

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Brings Back the Game Boy Classic in 2019 Switch Form

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening originally released for the Game Boy way back in 1993, in black and white (or green and black) form. At the time it proved that a huge game, A Legend of Zelda could work […]

Feb
14

Battlefield V and Metro Exodus Add NVIDIA DLSS Support For Massive Ray-Tracing Performance Gains

The AI driven rendering of DLSS, as part of NVIDIA’s new RTX line is a technology that just about serves as the second half to the impressive real-time ray tracing story. In that with DLSS on, the flagship RTX 2080 […]

Feb
14

Metro Exodus Review – Putin the Nuclear Foot Down on Post-Apoclyptic Games

Jokey heading aside, after spending ample time across post-apocalyptic Russia in the wonderful and often brilliant Metro Exodus, we’re finally ready to share our review. Spoiler alert, it’s amazing. Surprisingly so, catching us off guard with with its masterful blend […]

Feb
13

Sony’s PlayStation 4 Cross-Play Only Extends to Certain Titles

In a recent interview with Game Informer, Sony Sony Interactive chairman Shawn Layden responded to the company’s long-standing reversal and recent implementation of cross-play. Currently a feature found in the likes of Fortnite and Rocket League (from Feb 20), he […]

Feb
13

The Power of Mavis Beacon Compels You – Check Out the Cool and Weird ‘The Textorcist’

A crazy mix of ideas and influences, in The Textorcist sees you step in the shoes of private exorcist Ray Bibbia in a homae to top down high-speed dungeon crawlers and, err, Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing. Which was a thing […]

Feb
13

District 9 Director Teams Up With EA and BioWare for a Live Action Anthem Short Film

Neill Blomkamp, the director of classic and so-so sci-fi fare like District 9, Elysium, and Chappie, has teamed by with BioWare to create a live action short film set in the Anthem universe called Conviction. Set to drop later this […]