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 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:
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).
After the cancellation of Star Wars 1313, it seemed all hope was lost in getting a single player game set in the Star Wars universe. Enter Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. EA has revealed 15-minutes of gameplay (approximately 3-hours into the campaign) at EA Play to give us a
We’re back! On this episode we discuss Pokemon, Kojima and his latest masterpiece Death Stranding as the trailer with gameplay has been revealed! And of course our E3 predications, plus much more. Enjoy episode #38 of Dual Pixels Radio. Download Now Subscribe to Dual Pixels Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Buzzsprout,
Check out Control the new supernatural third person shooter from developers Remedy Entertainment (creators of Max Payne and Quantrum Break). There will be a lot more of Control next week at E3 2019 but here’s a batch of new screenshots from the latest build of the game. The new screens
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019 is looking to shake up the formula in a big way. Not only is the title going to be crossplay (interesting how this will be balanced), but it is also not going to include a season pass and will feature a highly retooled engine.
The beloved Ghostbuster Game that was released earlier last generation is coming back with some new bells and whistles for those who missed out. Updated visuals await you in this remastered version of Ghostbusters: The Video Game being developed by Saber Interactive, and it releasing on Playstation 4, Xbox One,
Here’s a whopping 20 minutes of Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled Adventure Mode. This is the first 20 minutes so if you don’t want to get spoiled, don’t watch. Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled is a fully remastered version of the original Crash Team Racing with some added bonuses. Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled is developed
Bandai Namco has released a few more details on the next playable characters in One Piece: World Seeker. To no surprise the first is the Legendary Swordsman Zoro which will launch early Summer 2019 in Episode #1 of the Season Pass Content. Which has Zero sneaking in a robotics factory