Category: News

New Pokémon Cafe Opening in Japan

Video game-themed cafes are a pretty popular concept within Japan, with several renowned titles receiving cafe treatment over the past few years. It seems that fans of Pokemon will soon be able to visit some such cafe. According to their website, Japan’s latest Pokemon Cafe will open its doors on 14 March, with patrons being ...

Call of Duty Developer, Sledgehammer Games, Loses Co-Founders

When Call of Duty: WW2 was released at the end of last year, it received a much more positive reception than its predecessor, Infinite Warfare, did, with sales numbers reflecting this. Thus, it may be very surprising to many that the developing studio behind the title, Sledgehammer Games, is currently going through some very significant ...

‘Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy’ Coming To The Switch?

Last year, Crash Bandicoot N.sane Trilogy was released on PS4, inciting excitement in many wishing to replay one of the most highly-lauded titles of the PS1 era. At the time of release, there were many rumours suggesting the game would be making its way to other platforms in future, but no official announcements were made. ...

Ubisoft Releases Trailer Revealing Two New Operators For ‘Rainbow Six Siege’

Rainbow Six Siege’s upcoming Outbreak DLC/co-op event will seemingly be introducing several novel aspects to the title and over the past week or so, Ubisoft has released a few details about these new additions. The most recent such detail to be revealed was a trailer featuring the two new playable operators within the Attacker class ...

Rumour: Lunar New Year Steam Sale To Start Today

Although the Winter Sale only just ended at the beginning of last month, it has been suggested that another Steam sale may be due to take place sooner than many would think. According to a tweet from Steam Database, the next Steam sale will be the Lunar New Year Sale and is due to run ...

‘The Evil Within 2’ Receives First-Person Mode With New Update

There are some who believe that playing through a horror game in first-person leads to a more terrifying experience. A recent update to The Evil Within 2 will now make it possible for players of to test this theory with the title. In a recent announcement, Bethesda stated that the latest update for The Evil ...

Ubisoft To Move Towards Releasing Fewer Games Each Year

For many years, Ubisoft has been among a number of publishers many have accused of oversaturating the video game market with relatively similar experiences due to their use of a frequent release schedule. However, according to Ubisoft’s recently released 2017 Annual Report, the publisher may soon be abandoning this business practice. Released on Monday, Chairman ...

Two ‘Sea of Thieves’ Xbox One Bundles May Be On The Way

Oftentimes, when a new highly-anticipated exclusive title is released for a particular console, the hardware developer in question will create a new console bundle to promote the title. According to a recent retail listing, it seems that this will also be true for the upcoming Microsoft exclusive, Sea of Thieves (due to be released on ...

‘Call of Duty: WW2’ Player Reaches Master Prestige Using Only Knives

As many Call of Duty players will know, grinding to reach the level of Master Prestige can take some time and thus it is generally viewed as some accomplishment when a player eventually does get there. Now, imagine trying to reach this feat without actually firing any bullets. YouTuber, TheseKnivesOnly did just this, when he ...

Nintendo Switch May Have A Longer Than Average Console Lifecycle

Despite some scepticism from the gaming community before launch, the Nintendo Switch has been selling incredibly well, eclipsing the lifetime sales of its predecessor, the Wii U, in less than a year. In response to this warm reception, Nintendo has now suggested that the Switch may see a longer lifecycle than their previous consoles. In ...