One of the most beloved PC games of all time is getting some modern upgrades.
With a new rebooted Power Rangers movie hitting theaters this weekend, one of YouTube’s more well-known gamer channels has taken the opportunity to break down a bunch of Power Rangers video games, dating back to 1991 when they were still called Super Sentai, a Japanese show that was later adapted into the North American franchise we all remember now.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 is in an envious position right now. It not only has a healthy library filled with must-have exclusives and third party software, but has already surpassed lifetime sales of the Super Nintendo and will likely finish ahead of the likes of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 when all is said and done. With so many consoles and games out in the wild, it’s only natural that a fair number of deserving titles have either been left in the dust or don’t get the recognition they arguably deserve.
Another week, another video game leak.
This time out, a retailer has leaked marketing materials for Bungie’s highly-anticipated Destiny 2. The images don’t reveal much but they do come with a release date: Friday, September 8.
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Nintendo plans to increase Switch production in order to help meet demand, according to sources speaking to The Wall Street Journal. The company now plans to manufacture at least 16 million consoles over the fiscal year starting April 1, effectively doubling their initial plan.
Thanks in large part to the masterpiece that is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the newly-launched Nintendo Switch is the gaming industry’s hot item and has given Nintendo a much-needed win after the disappointing sales and reception to their previous console, the Wii U. While it’s true that every new piece of gaming hardware is going to be missing certain features at launch — it took the PlayStation 4 over three years to finally get external hard drive support, for instance — the discussion around the Nintendo Switch seems to revolve just as much around what it’s missing as what it actually does.