So a few days ago, we started hearing game developers remove their games from Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service. Many found it odd since Nvidia isn’t necessarily profiting off these games directly, but instead offers a way for players to play their already established library of games from Steam. So why the sudden pullback?
So, there’s talk on the…actually I won’t lie, I saw this tweet from Chris Kohler, Feature Editor at Kotaku that made the claim that Final Fantasy 7’s boss “the Scorpion” was too challenging to deal with. I poked fun at it on Twitter but afterwards I started thinking about it more and realized that we may see an influx of this sentiment from people within the gaming industry.
So, outta nowhere, Square Enix decided to drop the demo fro Final Fantasy 7 remake and well, I have to say it’s a lot of fun.
So we finally got to see some Valorant gameplay from Riot’s upcoming first-person shooter, and it looks alright!
Yeah, most of you all might come at my neck for this but I really feel like GOG is doing too much when it comes to trying to be “the good guy” in the gaming community and eventually, it’s going to bite them in the ass.
Put your tinfoil hat bois, cause Kojima has likely just teased something and the Silent Hills conspiracy theories are in full effect.
I’ve heard whispers in the wind that Microsoft’s Mixer, a video game live streaming platform has been on thin ice over the past few months now. Now there are reports that not even the team at Mixer are feeling too sure of the platform’s future.
I mean, it’s in the title. Phil Spencer out of nowhere decided to drop the spec for the next gen console in a blog post.
WAR OF THE VISIONS FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS®, a new tactical RPG born from the FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS® universe is set for a spring release and actually looks pretty cool.