We have lost another hugely talented developer today dear readers; the insanely talented but ridiculously mis-managed Visceral Games have seen their doors shut for the very last time!
In shock news; EA confirmed via a press release tonight that they are shutting down Visceral Games with immediate effect. Continue reading
Nintendo today announced (via twitter) the release date for the Switch port of 2016’s brilliant version of DOOM and it is bloody close!
November 10th is only 3 short weeks away and it makes the Switch’s Christmas lineup look absolutely amazing!
In the next 2 months we have Mario Odyssey (currently getting 10/10s everywhere), Fire Emblem Warriors, LA Noire, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Skyrim, Resident Revelations 1 & 2 and now DOOM all coming to the system! It is an incredible lineup with a game for every possible gamer (and we’re disregarding all that has been released in 2017 already for Christ sake!)
This is a gigantic difference from Christmas 2015 when I wrote an article about them giving up on the holiday!
Fair play to Nintendo for really driving home the support for the Switch and I hope they have an absolutely amazing Christmas. You Switch owners certainly aren’t hard up for things to play, if anything you’ve got too much!
The first actual gameplay of PSVR racing in Gran Turismo Sport has been uploaded to YouTube and it looks ridiculously good! Continue reading
Humble Bundle, the website best known for selling bundles of games that allow the buyer to dictate a price, while simultaneously fundraising for various charities announced yesterday that they have been bought by games media giant, IGN! Continue reading
Well, well, well. Haven’t Sony upped their game with their PlayStation Plus offerings? Continue reading
For perhaps the first time ever, I’m putting this GWG update up on the same day it was announced!
It’s an, OK month, I guess. Nothing here is particularly memorable, nor are they particularly bad – it’s a mediocre month at best and it won’t live long in the memory I am sure! Continue reading
Steamforged games, famous for their crowdsourced ‘Dark Souls: The Board Game’, have struck again, this time with the ever popular and evergreen; Resident Evil 2. Continue reading