Monthly Archives: May 2018

Destiny 2 Year 2 Reveal Being Livestreamed June 5

This week at Bungie, the Destiny developer outlined their coming plans for the future of the game, including an announcement of a livestream for more details on what Destiny 2’s second year will look like. On June 5, Bungie will

GI Show – Fallout 76, Pokémon Switch, Mega Man 11

Welcome back to The Game Informer Show! On this week’s episode, Andrew Reiner, and Matt Bertz talk about the reveal of Fallout 76 from Bethesda Game Studios and Bertz’s trip to London to see three hours of Battlefield V gameplay.

Ancestors Legacy Review

There’s a spectrum with games about knights and vikings regarding how much they lean into the popular perception of history rather than the reality. Ancestors Legacy definitely falls on the end that would make Braveheart seem like a PBS documentary,

Rumor: Possible E3 Design Pamphlet Leaks Switch Ports Including Fortnite

An image that popped up on image boards and social media today shows off what appears to be a placement document for banners of games at Nintendo’s E3 booth.  The listing, which appears to be one page and at minimum

Check Out The Action Gameplay Of PlatinumGames' World Of Demons

World of Demons, the first PlatinumGames title that’s made for mobile phones, has a brand new gameplay trailer. The new trailer shows off more of the action gameplay people have come to expect from PlatinumGames, as well as some of

Original Borderlands Rated For Xbox One And PlayStation 4

The first Borderlands game has been rated for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, thanks to a listing from the ever-talkative Korean Ratings Board. The game, which was originally released in 2009, appears to be the Game of the Year variant,

Pokemon Gold And Silver Demo Reveals Unreleased Pokémon

A demo of Pokemon Gold And Silver contains a large number of unused Pokémon designs. The demo file surfaced over 20 years after it was originally playable at the Nintendo Space World trade show in 1997, according to The Cutting Room

Amazon Cancels Crackdown 3 Orders, Microsoft Says It Was An Error

Yesterday, Amazon Spain very abruptly cancelled a number of Crackdown 3 preorders for the upcoming Xbox One exclusive, fueling speculation that the game might be delayed or worse. Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg says it was simply an Amazon error, however. Crackdown

Moonlighter Review – Don't Quit Your Day Job

If you’ve ever wondered how item stores in video games manage to stay in business, Moonlighter lets you step behind the counter to find out. As a young merchant named Will, you spend part of your time tending to your

GTA: San Andreas, Midnight Club: LA, And Rockstar Table Tennis Hit Xbox One Backward Compatibility Next Week

Following on the heels of GTA IV, Bully, and Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar announced today that three more of its titles would be coming to Xbox One backwards compatibility. Starting June 7, GTA: San Andreas, Midnight Club: LA, and Rockstar