Watch out, Nintendo. It looks like Atari has a few aces up its sleeve with regards to its marketing strategy too. Aside from the impending launch of the Ataribox, Atari has joined forces with pop-culture specialists New Wave Toys to bring out a line of niche arcade gaming cabinets.
Despite the controversy surrounding Middle Earth: Shadow Of War loot box implementation, along with the whole DLC issue, Monolith managed to move 400,00 copies.
Melbourne-based indie startup Ultimerse wants to take players on a tongue-in-cheek odyssey through the world of firefighting—and what better way to do it than VR?
Been meaning to get into CD Projekt Red’s award-winning franchise, The Witcher? Well, there hasn’t been a better time than now, Humble is hosting a massive sale of up to 85% off on all the games in the franchise. You’ll be able to pick up The Witcher Enhanced Edition, The Witcher 2 and the latest, The Witcher 3 for slashed prices.
Even though they still have a long way to go in addressing the console’s lack of exclusive, must-have software, Microsoft has done a commendable job in turning the Xbox One around in the four years since it first launched. Thanks to a number of quality of life improvements, such as backwards compatibility, Xbox to PC streaming, and some key hardware revisions, the Xbox One is now an easy console to recommend, which is a far cry from just a few years ago when you would have been insane to buy one over a PlayStation 4.
Blizzard Entertainment’s hero shooter Overwatch has recently hit a milestone. The FPS title officially has 35 Million registered players across all three platforms (PC, PS4 and Xbox One).