Daily Archives: 06/04/2018

WB Hinting At June 7 Game Reveal, Likely Hitman (Update: Logo Found)

Update: Not that it is a galloping shock to anyone, but the WB games official website uploaded a file titled “hitman-logo.png” and is just a logo saying “Hitman 2,” courtesy of ResetEra. The original story is as follows: With E3 being

Sony Leads Up To E3 With Daily Announcements

Sony is having a very non-traditional E3 show this year and is continuing breaking traditions by not having a pre-show with smaller announcements and instead spreading those out through the week leading up to the show. The PlayStation Blog revealed

Vampyr Review

With a fresh and genuine take on the familiar supernatural mythology, Vampyr’s bold RPG ambition is to tempt you into eating your own quest givers. Beguiling the citizens of London and suffering the consequences of quenching your terrible thirst sets

Destiny 2: Forsaken Is The Next Big Expansion

Bungie has officially teased out the name of the next major piece of Destiny 2 content: Forsaken. The expansion is rumored to be something more akin to the size and scope of The Taken King, and will add a whole

Wreck-It Ralph Sequel Trailer Goes Online

The newest trailer for Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet has been released and it is a fairly aggressive Disney commercial. While the first Wreck-It Ralph was a Who Framed Roger Rabbit-esque melting pot of video game references and

The NBA 2K19 Wishlist

The NBA 2K series is a sales juggernaut that won’t quit. Year in and year out, hoops addicts buy the game throughout the year, making it a perennial listing alongside the Grand Theft Autos and Call of Dutys of the

The Sports Desk – The NBA 2K19 Wishlist

The NBA 2K series is a sales juggernaut that won’t quit. Year in and year out, hoops addicts buy the game throughout the year, making it a perennial listing alongside the Grand Theft Autos and Call of Dutys of the

It's Not Your Racket's Fault

I wasn’t a good tennis player in high school because I didn’t have the mental strength necessary to succeed. Tennis demands consistency in every stroke and the ability to move on from a bad point. That becomes almost impossible in

Tennis World Tour Review – It's Not Your Racket's Fault

I wasn’t a good tennis player in high school because I didn’t have the mental strength necessary to succeed. Tennis demands consistency in every stroke and the ability to move on from a bad point. That becomes almost impossible in

WB Hinting At June 7 Game Reveal, Likely Hitman

With E3 being a frenzy competing for media attention, some publishers have taken to getting ahead of the event with announcements the week before. This seems to include Warner Bros., which is teasing a reveal in 72 hours – and likely