Author: NuclearCoffee


Modern Warfare and Warzone Adds Saw, Texas Chainsaw Massacre Villains for Halloween Event

Well, it’s officially official: Saw and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre are coming to both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone for a limited-time Halloween event called The Haunting of Verdansk. The collaboration previously leaked, but the trailer and new screenshots offer the first official look at the characters in the game. The event will also include collaboration blueprint weapons as well as limited-time modes and effects. read more


Phasmophobia’s upcoming ghost hunting updates

Co-op ghost hunting game Phasmophobia has enthralled a lot of players and I am one of them. It’s a total riot to play with pals—which I’ve done almost every single night for a week and a half. In that time, I’ve already progressed from tiptoeing meekly through haunted houses to boldly taunting ghosts by name as soon as I cross the threshold. For those like me, good news then that Phasmophobia is planning some changes to make ghosts a bit scarier and trickier to pin down. read more


Pokemon Artist Gives Throwback Sprites to Our Favorite Digimon

Pokemon has been back in the headlines as of late thanks to its surging trading card game and an upcoming DLC release for generation eight. As you can imagine, the excitement from fans is easy to find as netizens are keeping a close eye on Pokemon online. The same can be said for Digimon as the franchise is thriving with its reboot anime and U.S. film release. That is why one artist decided it was time to marry the feuding series, and they did so with some special sprite mash ups. read more


Now you can get military jets for Microsoft Flight Simulator

Microsoft Flight Simulator is a great way to experience the (usually) serene joys of civilian aviation, but if you’ve been craving the more daring flying experience found in fighter jets, you’ve been out of luck. Fortunately, that’s over – now you can get your hands on an add-on pack that adds an Italian jet trainer to the big plane game, so prepare yourself for some barrel rolling. read more


Crucible will be removed from Steam on November 9th

Amazon’s bang bang ’em up FPS Crucible has certainly been through—well a crucible, I suppose, though it hasn’t emerged stronger and reformed. After a messy launch and retreating back to closed beta, Amazon Game Studios announced that the game wouldn’t be making a return. As a last hurrah, Crucible has given players the ability to host private matches now that the matchmaking queue is shut off. You have until November 9th to enjoy some last shootouts with your pals, after which Crucible will be gone for good. read more


GameStop Stores Closed on Thanksgiving Day

As part of its holiday plans, GameStop today announced that all stores based in the United States will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Notably, the company says that the website and new mobile app will continue taking orders, and this does not apply to stores outside of the United States — which are not directly mentioned, but also, not everyone celebrates Thanksgiving Day, so it makes sense that only the United States would do this in the first place. read more