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E3 Set to Return This Year As a Free All-Digital

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has confirmed that the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2021 will go ahead in a “reimagined all-virtual” format after last year’s event was cancelled due to COVID-19. The event will take place between 12 to 15 June allowing developers to showcase their latest projects. In addition to being all-online, this year’s […]Read More

The Month in Games – April 2021

This month’s gaming releases will see players travel to new worlds in the hope of a new home, return to old worlds to fight for freedom, live a new version of an old tale and swing for the fences to be the best in the diamond. Outriders Humanity’s future is in the balance in this […]Read More

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Transmog Update Leaves Fans Upset

The latest patch for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been receiving some backlash from fans over the Transmog feature. The Transmog system, which allows players to change the appearance of their gear without changing the stats has come under fire for costing players in-game currency. At 50 silver (in-game currency) per item, fans are unhappy with the new […]Read More

The Month in Games – March 2021

The month of March brings with it opportunities to rise from the dead, discover new hunting partners, work as a team, build an army and cook away to your heart’s content. Stronghold: Warlords Build your empire one move at a time with this strategy title. Featuring East Asian cultures for the first time, Stronghold: Warlords […]Read More

Live-Action Halo Series To Debut In 2022

A live-action TV series based on the Halo series of video games has been given a release date of early 2022. Originally set to be released on Showtime, the series will now show exclusively on Paramount+ in the USA. However, Showtime will still produce the series, along with 343 Industries and Steven Spielberg’s TV company, […]Read More

EA acquires Glu Mobile for $2.1 Billion

Electronic Arts (EA) have acquired mobile game developer Glu Mobile for $2.1 Billion in one of the biggest acquisitions the gaming industry has seen. Shares in Glu went up 36% following the merger, with shares going for just over $12.50. Glu Mobile is known mainly for celebrity games like Kim Kardashian Hollywood, Disney Sorcerer’s Arena, and other […]Read More

Google Stadia port of Terraria cancelled amid lockout:

Andrew Spinks, founder of Re-Logic, the studio behind the massively popular platformer Terraria has cancelled the game’s Google Stadia port after being locked out of its account. Mr Spinks was unable to restore access to the Re-Logic YouTube channel after a ban took place several months ago. Mr Spinks claims he has tried everything to […]Read More

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake Delayed Again

Ubisoft has announced that the upcoming remake of The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time has been delayed for a second time. The development team, based at Ubisoft Pune in India, posted the news on social media last week, after the early 2000s classic’s remake had already been postponed once. The official announcement included […]Read More

Hiveswap: The Art of Terrible People

*DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS STORY SPOILERS FOR HIVESWAP ACTS 1 & 2* If video games were a metaphorical cake, the characters would be the cherries on top. We grow attached to them, see ourselves in them, and may even aspire to be like them. Like most things, these casts usually fit into a set of […]Read More

BioWare Confirms Mass Effect Remaster Release Date

BioWare has confirmed the release date for the upcoming remaster of the original Mass Effect trilogy. Titled Mass Effect Legendary Edition, the collection will include all three games and over 40 DLC packs when it is launched on May 14. BioWare also confirmed in a press release that the game will be available on Xbox […]Read More