Yes, at long last, we finally have a Bethesda game on a (pseudo)-handheld. Bethesda announced that Skyrim is coming to the Nintendo Switch. I’m sure just about anyone and everyone that wanted to play Skyrim has done so, but nonetheless, the more 3rd part titles coming to Switch the better.
Bethesda opened up their conference with two VR titles; Doom VFR and Fallout 4 VR. Few details have been released, but those are some interesting titles to toss some VR onto. It will be interesting to see how they implement it, and how (if) they are able to keep performance
Microsoft’s Conference was a bit so-so, but the reveal of Bioware’s latest title, Anthem, looks stunning. As described on the video description: “In Anthem™, a new shared-world action-RPG from EA’s BioWare studio, team up with friends as Freelancers—the bold few with the courage to leave civilization behind and explore a
Sea of Thieves has been going through various alpha stages of testing, but now we get a nice walkthrough of one of the missions that can be found in the Sea of Thieves universe. In the trailer, which can be seen below, a group of swashbuckling pirates are on the
It wouldn’t be a Microsoft console reveal without a Forza title. Microsoft revealed the first gameplay of Forza Motorsport 7. They also showed off the 2018 911 GT 2RS and mentioned a partnership with the folks over at Porsche. It looks to be the largest Forza yet, that is, going
Assassin’s Creed: Origins, as the name would suggest, is taking us way back to the origins of the Brotherhood itself. This time, we get to parkour throughout the entire country of Egypt. Adding in the fact that this title is being produced by the team that did Assassin’s Creed IV:
Microsoft kicked off their E3 2017 festivities by officially revealing the Scorpio…err…. Xbox One X. November 7th is the release date with a worldwide launch. It features the following: 6 teraflops at 1.172 ghz 12 gb of GDDR5 Memory 326GB/sec memory bandwidth “Super-Sampling” for use on non 4k TVs It
Star Wars Battlefront 2 looks to right all the wrongs that were glaringly present in its predecessor. From a cursory glance, Battlefront looked to be the Star Wars game we’ve been waiting for for so long, but after scratching the surface it was easy to realize depth it had not.
The second part of the season finale provides most of the answers in which we were seeking after the first half. Bruce has to deal with what he did to Alfred, the Nygma vs. Cobblepot feud comes to an ice cold ending and we learn more and more about Barbara,
“Destiny Calling” kicks off the two-part season finale for Gotham’s third season, and it does so with quite the bang. It’s been a long road getting here with a plethora of plot points scattered throughout Gotham. As was seen in the last episode, a large portion of Gotham was infected
Gotham’s latest episode, “Pretty Hate Machine,” embarks on what I feel is one of the hardest episodes in TV, the episode just before the season finale. The writers have to entice just enough to get the (two-part) season finale the proper oomph, but it can’t appear as simply a transition
At last, the titular episode that represents the culmination of all the wild events that have happened this year is finally here. This episode finally reveals that fate of Iris and the rest of the STAR Labs crew as they desperately try to finish the Speed Cannon to save Iris