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Nintendo has finally announced Pokémon Sun and Moon, but the reveal poses questions about the future of the 3DS, and how it ties into the launch of the NX. Will Nintendo stick with the handheld longer than everyone thinks?
A Nintendo parody account is fooling video game websites into confirming two new Pokémon games, Sun and Moon. The rumor may be true however, as Nintendo is holding a Pokémon-themed Nintendo Direct tomorrow.
If you haven’t noticed, there’s something of a lull going on in the Destiny community right now. The Festival of the Lost has wound down, and the holiday release season is cranking out huge game after huge game. Last week was Black Ops 3, today is Fallout 4 and next week is Battlefront. If […]
You might not know this, but a really good video game came out today. No, not Fallout 4, which is currently drowning the world in hype and stellar review scores, but Rise of the Tomb Raider, the timed Xbox exclusive from Square Enix/Crystal Dynamics that marks a return to the recently rebooted series with […]
Embargoes are nothing new in the video game world, and though they’ve been the source of a lot of controversy the past few years, I fundamentally understand the need for their existence. Without the informal rules embargoes put in place, reviewing would be a race to the bottom, with journalists scrambling to be the first […]
The saga of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 is finally entering its final stage: release. For months now, fans and press alike have been scratching their heads about Activision’s $60 console title that from the video footage shown, looks like something developed for the iPad at best, and a late-gen PS2 game at worst. […]
The Black Spindle mission in Destiny is a true delight - and a frustrating failure.
This week, Bungie debuted one of the two new Strikes for Destiny’s The Taken King expansion, a Cabal-heavy mission called Shield Brothers. The other Strike? Well, we don’t really talk about that one. It’s PlayStation Exclusive. Since launch, Destiny has had content exclusive to systems. Over time, the grand total has added up to […]
has shown a willingness to expand the use of their IP in a number of ways over the past few years, but now they’re potentially going to start diving even deeper. In an interview with Fortune, Shigeru Miyamoto himself reveals that is seriously considering getting back into the film business, or at least allowing […]
We’ve still got another month before the annual software slugfest begins in earnest this fall, but already it’s shaping up to be a very significant season for this console generation. In fact, from now until the end of 2015 is the Xbox One’s best chance to gain ground on the PS4 that we’ve seen […]
This year, Game of Thrones managed to outdo itself by having a season five finale where a huge collection of major characters were killed off, including arguably one of the show’s leads. If you’re behind on the show, this is not the article for you, and turn away now, for there be spoilers ahead. Ready? Okay. […]
This morning, I cashed in my code for the new Prologue missions for Starcraft’s Legacy of the Void expansion. It contains three missions that task Dark Templar Zeratul with delaying a world-ending threat long enough to warn his fleet about the danger. It was a quaint little hour with two base-building missions and one scaled […]
It’s customary for a last-gen game to announce its HD new-gen remaster with fanfare, trumpets, a choir of angels, etc, but it seems that Activision is realizing that perhaps that’s all growing a bit stale. As such, they’ve quietly released a new PS4 and Xbox One remaster of one of their past sandbox series. The […]
The biggest game in the world has an equally large problem. Riot has been forced to shut down the entire main mode of League of Legends, ranked play, as a game-breaking bug has been discovered in the wake of a new patch. It took a few days to be unearthed since patch 5.13, and originally […]
Often times you’ll see turnover on a game before it’s released as certain key figures may depart for creative differences or simply because their job is done. Less often will you see a publisher replace an entire developer working on a game, but that’s just what’s happened with Dead Island 2. Deep Silver has […]
For a long while now, I’ve been eagerly anticipating the release of Armada, a book by Ernest Cline whose breakout novel, Ready Player One, remains one of my favorite sci-fi tales. His first book was a timely, fantastic peek into what a VR-consumed society could look like, and though the text was littered with […]
Last week, thousands of fans crammed into Hall H at San Diego Comic Con to see footage from DC’s upcoming Suicide Squad movie. Naturally, with everyone in the room having a camera in their pocket, at least one of the thousands recorded that footage and put it on the internet. What followed was a […]
Superman is getting some wind back in his sails after an admittedly excellent new Batman V. Superman trailer debuted at Comic Con this past week. Though Man of Steel was the spark that set a thousand fanboy fires over its many missteps, there are few who aren’t excited to see him return and take […]
This weekend there was a perfect storm of events that led me to a situation I rarely find myself in. With no wife around, and no friends in town, I had quite literally nothing to do for two days other than try and be productive by reading, writing, or working out. Naturally, I played Destiny. […]
Another year, another mind-boggling mountain of money for the most famous, most popular YouTuber in the world, Sweden’s Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg. According to Swedish newspaper Expressen, the 24 year-old brought in $7.4 million in revenue in 2014 from his YouTube production company. Last year, he made headlines with a $4M haul. The reason for […]