Listen, as a PC owner it’s quite difficult for me to get truly hyped for a next gen console, especially when I know that my PC is already two generations ahead. Still, I’m still excited to see what PS exclusives will take advantage of this new powerhouse system. […]
Hey, the trailer did say to not trust anyone so excuse me if I’m wrong in saying that I still can’t fully trust EA’s word. Either way, I will say that this new Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order looks pretty good.
I have been a massive fan of the Nintendo Switch and have advocated it as the most innovative console of 2018. Its portability has redefined the way I play my games. Nevertheless, when you ask different people who own the Switch, on their opinion about the switch today, […]
Now Is The Time For African Game Developers To Take Charge & Create AAA Games Based Around Africa’s Bountiful Cultures, History & Mythology!
You know, with games like Ghost of Tsushima, Conquers’s Blade, Anno 1800, The Witchers, Red Dead Redemption and Total war: Three Kingdoms, they all share something in common. All of these games are based on strong cultures from various countries/continent. Themes that we’ve seen, time and time again. […]
I’m sure that by now you’ve noticed that games these days are being shaped by what how the media, particularly by gaming journalism. After the reaction to Sekiro’s difficulty and other indie games been blasted for their different takes in story-telling, one has to wonder if gaming is […]
Have you ever watched a gameplay trailer of for game that you’ve just randomly stumbled upon and are at awe by what was shown? That was me when I came across Towers, a Dreamlit Entertainment game prototype made by 6 core developers over the course of 12 months. […]
So, I was lucky enough to NOT witness that disaster stream that was Gearbox’s event and had a clear and untainted first look at Borderlands 3 reveal trailer. Now, despite what Polygon might feel, this Borderlands 3 actually looks fun. And this is coming from someone who got […]
I’ll be honest, I did not expect this at all. I assumed that Apple was going to be heading in the same direction as Google’s Stadia, but nope! Instead, they’re focusing entirely on exclusive mobile games with Apple Arcade, that you can’t get anywhere else.
With Google’s Stadia showing a very promising and ambitious plan to bring gaming into the future and become the Netflix of Gaming, one has to wonder if this is really the direction that gaming needs to go?