The games keep coming this year at Sony E3 conference. Capcom has released a new story mode trailer and check out the new gameplay trailer which has a few surprises with the character roster growing larger. Marvel vs Capcom Infinite releases later this year on September 19th on Playstation 4,
Guerilla Games masterfully transitioned from their slow-plodding, gritty Killzone series to a much more colorful and lively (what we assume will be come a series) in Horizon Zero Dawn, and for those looking for more, the first DLC has just been revealed. While details as to price, release date and
Sony has revealed that the release date for Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is November 10th for PS4 and PC. The heavily Studio Ghibli-inspired series started over two years ago with a collaboration between Studio Ghibli and Level-5 in Ni No Kuni: Wrath of The White Witch. The title was
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.
The gates have opened with E3 trailers this weekend. Here’s a look at what Sqaure Enix has been up to with Kingdom Hearts 3, in this trailer we get to see more of Mount Olympus and new weaponry for Sora and friends. Expect more news for Kingdom Hearts 3 later
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.
Arc System Works the creators of Guilty Gear and Blaz Blu are now working on a very big and exciting title with Bandai Namco. Dragon Ball is finally getting a proper 2.5d fighting game titled Dragon Ball Fighters. DBF will have 3 v 3 combat so players can create their
Red Hood, who can be seen in various screen captures of pre-release footage and has been rumored for some time, has been announced as part of the first fighter pack of DLC for NetherRealm Studios’ latest fighter, Injustice 2. As per the press release: “Red Hood, AKA Jason Todd. Players
We’re baaaaaack!!!! The trio is back for Dual Pixels Radio. We talk about what we’ve been playing, per usual, touch on some Switch upcoming titles and our thoughts on the destiny reveal; but our main topic is that sweet sweet loot! Is it epic? Or, just the latest common nuisance
Bungie has just revealed the first gameplay bits of Destiny 2, and if you enjoyed the first title, you will definitely feel right at home in Destiny 2. From the brief tidbits that were shown, it definitely appears to be a “Destiny 1.5.” Although, that may sound a bit harsh,
The long wait for Injustice 2 has finally come to an end, for those in North America, anyway. NetherRealm’s latest fighter ups the ante from its previous release with the addition of their new gear system. After having played a mere couple hours, the gear system does seem like a
Shiness has come quite a ways from its inception being a kickstarted title by Enigami and later published by Focus Home Interactive. The manga-esque RPG mixed with a more in-depth fighting game battle system packs a lot into, from what I’ve read, a more condensed campaign. A full-review will fall