Nintendo’s Indie Showcase had tons of exciting and new titles, one in which had many stunned was the unveiling of Axiom Verge 2. Yes, that’s you heard that correct! We are getting a sequel to Axiom Verge! Check out the announcement trailer down below.
Day: December 10, 2019
Sony dropped some major news bomb today during their last State of Play event for the year of 2019!
Sucker Punch has been relatively quiet when it comes to their highly anticipated title Ghost of Tsuhima, however, it seems they resurfaced with a brand new teaser trailer!
Sony had tons of exciting announcements during their State of Play earlier today, but one which came as a big shock was Square Enix and PlatinumGames unveiling their latest collaboration with Babylon’s Fall. Check out the fast-paced trailer down below.
A Photo-Mode will be added into Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, as it was announced by developer Andrew Johnson via Twitter. The Photo-Mode will be added into the game tomorrow and will launch alongside numerous fixes including a community request to be able to fix a specific part of Cal’s lightsaber from within the customization menu.
2K Games is currently working on the next Bioshock game and with announcing the exciting new project a lot of fans are eager to learn more about the game. There is still little details revealed about the game, but we do have some new exciting information to share.
2K has released a new press release to announce that they are currently working on the next entry in the critically acclaimed Bioshock franchise!
Square Enix have released a brand new trailer for their highly anticipated DLC expansion for Kingdom Hearts 3 at Sony’s last State of Play event for 2019!
Square Enix have been very quiet about Final Fantasy 7 Remake coming to other platforms besides PS4 for some time now, however, it seems that the cat is now officially out of the bag as the highly anticipated title is set to release on other platforms after a year of exclusivity for PlayStation.
Today MLB and Developers San Diego Studios have announced that its popular baseball simulator, MLB The Show series will no longer be a PlayStation 4 exclusive and is open to releasing on multi-platforms starting as early as 2021.