Monthly Archives: July 2018

New Trailer For The Sinking City Gets Under Your Skin

The Sinking City, the open-world Lovecraftian game, has released a new trailer and it’s definitely not for those who get queasy at the idea of small acts of body horror. The trailer, titled A Close Shave, the trailer sells the

Overwatch League Expansion Slots Could Cost Upwards Of $60 Million

With the first Overwatch League championship having been decided, fans are now looking toward the next set of competitions from the popular esport. Blizzard is looking to expand the next Overwatch League games beyond the set of 12 teams, but

Donut County Opens Up On August 28 For PS4, PC, And IOS

Donut County, the puzzle game from developer Ben Esposito, has gotten a release date. The hole-based game will release on PlayStation 4, PC, and iOS on August 28. Donut County gives you the power of holes to gradually expand and

League Of Legends Experimenting With New Nexus Blitz Mode

Riot Games has announced that they’re experimenting with a new mode, called Nexus Blitz, for their ultra-popular MOBA League of Legends. Nexus Blitz is a faster experience for players looking to jump in for a short bit of League without

Two Splinter Cell Games Join Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Splinter Cell: Double Agent are now playable on Xbox One through the console’s backwards compatibility program.  Relive Splinter Cell Blacklist & Double Agent on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility today! — Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) July 31,

New Footage For Xenoblade Chronicles 2's Torna Expansion Shows Familiar Faces

Nintendo announced the latest DLC content for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 at E3 this year, showing off a brand new piece of story content named Torna: The Golden Country. The developer released a new trailer today expanded a bit upon the

Space Is A Wild Place, Even In 2D

The indie market abounds with atmospheric sidescrollers. Inside was one of our highest-rated games of 2016, titles like The Artful Escape are somewhere on the horizon, and in September we’ll get a stylish new sci-fi take on the genre with Planet

PlayStation 4 Tops 80 Million Units Shipped, Now Ahead Of PS3

At the end of the most recent quarter, Sony released financial results for the PlayStation division, including how many consoles they have shipped out for the PlayStation 4. Their current flagship console has shipped 83 million consoles, which means the

Is July 31 The Most Important Day In Gaming History?

You’ve likely heard a lot of juicy tales regarding the creation of some of the industry’s biggest games, but the stories behind the stories are even juicer. Did you know that July 31 is actually one of the most eventful

New Gameplay Today – Titan Quest On Switch

What were you doing 12 years ago? If you were Dan Tack, you were playing a game called Titan Quest at your local LAN center. If you were Joe Juba, you were reviewing it for Game Informer. If you weren’t