No. Not Bright Memory Infinite that exploded onto Xbox’s digital stage at a recent press conference, but an approximately one-hour demonstration of the games combat and “sci-fi” like setting. While the game does a nice job of conveying its action sequences with truly interesting combat emphasized by bosses interspersed throughout,
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is just a mere two days from kicking off the launch of PS5. After the massive success of Insomniac’s first Spider-Man game, selling over 13 million units, Miles looks to follow the lead of Peter Parker. While Miles isn’t a full-length title like its predecessor, it
Welcome back to Dual Pixels #53! On this weeks episode: Big delays are happening with the biggest title Cyberpunk 2077 not releasing for another month. Rob also fulfills his bet for Cyberpunk getting delayed. Jose talks Watch Dogs: Legion, Sony finally opening the flood gates, Miles Morales latest costume has
Curve Digital has announced The Ascent will launch on Xbox Series S |X, and PC in 2021. The Ascent will also be joining Game Pass at launch. The Ascent is a Multi-Player Action RPG which you play in both single-player and up to four-player co-op. It will feature customizable skill
60%. A failing grade in most courses in nearly any school or university. That 60% number is a mark US voters haven’t hit since 1968. The latest look at voter turnout shows a putrid 55.5%. Older voters typically vote at a far higher rate than those in younger age groups.
Welcome to Dual Pixels #52! It’s been a few weeks, but we have a full-featured episode for you on this one! We discuss Amazon’s jump into streaming with Luna, a Minecraft challenger enters the arena from Microsoft’s stable while Avengers continues to fight an uphill battle. We then touch on
Ubisoft is giving us just a taste of what we can expect when Assassin’s Creed Valhalla launches on November 10th on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC Check out the stunning trailer which shows you the world of Assassin’s
Sony has been cagey with its details surrounding their latest console release, PlayStation 5. One of those details that was floated by Mark Cerny way back in February to never be talked about again until today was all about PS5’s backward compatibility with PS4. PlayStation 4 had some amazing games