Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is gritty. It’s grounded. And like all gritty, grounded games with cosmetic microtransactions eventually do, it’s getting extremely silly. Infinity Ward revealed Tamagotchi-style ‘Tamagunchis‘ for the game ahead of release last year, and now they’re finally live – just with a slight name change.
Day: March 3, 2020
There is a lot of love towards the Bayonetta franchise and so far we only have two installments at our disposal. With that said, we know that a third game is in the works from PlatinumGames, but it’s certainly been a good while since we last heard of anything. In a tease during The Game Awards 2017, it was unveiled that PlatinumGames was bringing out Bayonetta 3 and since then we’ve been waiting to hear more.
Qihoo 360, one of the most prominent cybersecurity firms, today published a new report accusing the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to be behind an 11-year-long hacking campaign against several Chinese industries and government agencies.
Brian Dunn Senior Marketing Manager for PlayStation Now took to the PlayStation Blog to announce the new batch of titles joining the service later this month, March 2020.
There are pros and cons when it comes to going into a digital age. The biggest con for some would be the fact that at any moment, something could be taken away. Digital marketplaces for video game titles have seen it before. When licenses end and deals are not formed once again, the game could find itself lost without players being able to purchase a copy. This happened to DuckTales: Remastered.
Bungie’s latest season to grace their critically acclaimed multiplayer shooter title has arrived and comes bearing a ton of great news!
The Call of Duty franchise is massive and it’s constantly seeing big numbers in terms of revenue along with active players enjoying the game after each installment’s release. Recently, we saw a new spin on the franchise with the introduction of a mobile video game for smartphones simply called Call of Duty Mobile. Now it looks like that mobile game is going to get one feature dropped that may upset some players who log in daily.
Mario Kart is a beloved Nintendo IP and a franchise that has been around since the days of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Each new console came to a brand new installment and for the most part, fans have enjoyed the games throughout the years. It wasn’t long ago that Nintendo made a jump towards supporting the smartphone and tablet market. By doing so, they are bringing over different adaptations to their line of IPs, one of which is Mario Kart.
Riot Games is best known for the successful MOBA title, League of Legends. However, last year it was clear that the studio was looking to branch out a bit by developing other unique titles. One of which was an FPS that would be free-to-play called Project A. Since that announcement, we now know that game title is Valorant and it’s coming sooner than perhaps some may have anticipated. Valorant will be coming this summer, but we don’t have an exact release date quite yet.
Remember AMD’s RX 590? Of course you do. This bad boy sat at the top of AMD’s Polaris range while newer Vega GPUs continued gathering dust – until Nvidia’s 1660 Ti came out, at least. Polaris knew how to stick around, and recent reports hint that it’s still around even in this post-Navi world.