Tag: Gaming 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 ...

‘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 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 ...

What Is Bethesda’s Unannounced 2017 Game?

A couple of days ago it was reported that Bethesda may actually have a new unannounced title in the works that is set to be released at some point in 2017. This news came after Bethesda executive, Pete Hines, suggested as much in an interview with Tek Syndicate at #PAX2017. There has been quite a bit of ...

Should All Games With Game-Breaking Bugs Receive Bad Reviews?

Last month, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice was released and raised a rather important question after famed video game critic, Jim Sterling, gave the title a harsh score after encountering a rather rare game breaking bug. This action did receive a lot of coverage after the title received favourable reviews from both critics and the general public, with many stating that it did live up ...

Single-Player Vs. Multiplayer: Single-Player Games Aren’t Dying

In a recent interview with The Telegraph, #ShawnLayden, President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment America, was quoted saying that the upcoming #SpiderManhad a strong chance of helping the #PlayStation4 (#PS4) reach 100 million units sold. He went on further to state that #Sony’s strategy to broaden their consumer appeal in future is to place ...

A Brief PlayStation E3 Conference Review

I’m a bit late with this review, but #Sony’s #E3 conference took place earlier this week and with it, much like #Microsoft’s #Xbox conference, came a somewhat mixed response. The conference only focused on one area – upcoming new #games. So, anyone who was looking forward to a potential hardware or backwards compatibility announcement was ...

Dead Rising Remasters to be Released on 13 September

The tenth anniversary of Dead Rising series has prompted Capcom to rerelease the first three titles in the series for current generation consoles. Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record will be available for digital download on both PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One on 13 September. Gamers will have ...

Moaning Mondays: Hello, my name is Gaby and I’m a COD Zombie Addict

The bane of my life at the moment – other than being unemployed that is – is the fact that I’m addicted to Call of Duty Zombies (or Nazi Zombies). I love it, but I hate it and I can’t stop playing it. I swear every morning that I won’t play, but I always do. ...

Rise of the Tomb Raider PS4 coming out 11 October

  So apparently, Rise of the Tomb Raider will be released on PS4 on 11 October 2016. The game, a time-limited Xbox One-exclusive, was originally released in November last year to much acclaim, with Metacritic averaging reviewer scores at 86. It was certainly a title I’ve been wanting to play as I really enjoyed the ...