There’s nothing worse than when an Early Access game starts selling DLC, right? Except, maybe, when that downloadable content is light on the ‘content’ and heavy on the bugs. The devs behind Totally Accurate Battle Simulator have decided to embrace the criticism with a new paid DLC pack that adds nothing but bugs and glitches to the game – but the proceeds are going to charity.
Day: April 1, 2020
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is a week from releasing, and with some markets already receiving their version of the game, some interesting news have emerged.
Monster Boy developer, FDG Entertainment, took to Twitter last night to announce their brand new game – -Ducktales Quackshot. However, since its April Fool’s, of course it wasn’t real.
Platinum Games have been teasing for quite some time now that they were set to announce a new game on April 1st. However, many of us were skeptical as today is a day filled with jokes and fake announcements, and we were right!
The Epic Games Store is banking on two things to keep you signing in: free PC games, and exclusive new releases. In retrospect, it was only a matter of time before both happened at once. Totally Reliable Delivery Service, a goofy cooperative physics sandbox, launched today as a paid title on consoles, but it’s totally free on its sole PC platform.
The month of March saw no shortage of stellar games and today Sony has announced that players can vote for the best title of the month, as a part of the players’ choice.
Square Enix has released the third entry in their miniseries documentary series, focusing on their highly anticipated title, Final Fantasy 7 Remake!
2K Games have announced a new NBA 2K20 tournament that will feature 16 NBA players squaring off against each other in an effort to earn $100,000 for a charity in support of ongoing coronavirus relief efforts
Ahead of what seemed to be an early reveal last week, it has been confirmed and Sony has officially revealed the PS Plus lineup for the upcoming month of April.
For gamers, Gabe Newell is just as iconic as the video games he helped bring out into the market. Valve has been around for years and it’s over the years that we’ve seen some incredible IPs release that has gained attention from gamers all over the world. However, as of late, the development studio has mainly focused around multiplayer video game titles which is the trend right now. However, Gabe Newell doesn’t feel that trend will last too much longer as he personally feels a big resurgence is about to happen for single player video game titles.