Summer gaming months can be hit or miss, but this July features a nice variety of games to keep you satiated through these hot (seriously, unseasonably hot) summer months. From some Nazi killing coop fun in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, a deep look beyond the surface in Sea of Solitude and rounding
The dust has finally settled on E3 2019, and we have all had a nice look at what the future holds for gaming. While there were a slew of games shown across the bevy of conferences and off-site events, here are the titles each of our writers felt rose to
Square Enix has revealed that The Last Remnant Remastered is making its way to the Nintendo Switch. Originally released in 2008, The Last Remnant was one of the big gets for Xbox 360 as it was the start of a push into the Japanese market. The Remastered version would later release
Square Enix and the developers of Bulletstorm People Can Fly are partnering up to bring you a new Co-op shooter called Outriders. Outriders is the game People Can Fly wanted to make for years and they decided to partner up with Square Enix to bring this Co-op shooter to life. Outriders
Square Enix has finally revealed more details for their much anticipated Marvel’s Avengers title they’ve been working on in collaboration with Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal. It may have been a long wait, but it certainly did not disappoint. The official press sheet sets up the timeline of Marvel’s Avengers:
Square Enix is opening up the vault once more with the return of Final Fantasy VIII. Final Fantasy VIII Remastered brings you back with Squall and friends for the modern consoles. FFVIII Remastered will have updated visuals such as higher resolution but most importantly the character models have been fully
Square Enix finally released tons of information for their most anticipated title for quite some time, Final Fantasy VII Remake. Not only did Square give us our first look at Tifa, they also revealed the three editions that will be available at launch and provided a new trailer featuring a
Ubisoft has revealed the latest and most ambitious title in the Watch Dogs series titled Watch Dogs: Legion. What makes Watch Dog: Legion different then the rest is the ability to play with over 9 million characters. Yes that’s right you heard 9 million characters, there are no NPCs(non playable characters).