Category Archives: Gaming News

PlayStation VR Bundles From $199 For Two Weeks Announces Sony

PlayStation gamers that have not yet purchased a PlayStation VR headset, may be interested to know that Sony has this week announced savings offering $100 off PlayStation VR bundles for a limited time. The PlayStation VR bundles will be discounted until March 3rd, 2018 and provide an easy way for you to quickly obtain everything you need to dive into virtual reality games and experiences using your PlayStation console. The regular PlayStation VR headset is now available […]

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Secret Of Mana Launches On PlayStation 4 And PS Vista

The highly anticipated launch of the remastered Secret of Mana game has today taken place, making it available to enjoy on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita handheld console. The iconic game was originally launched back in 1993 and developed by the then named Square, now known as Square Enix. Check out the PlayStation Underground gameplay video below, to learn more about what you can expect from the remastered Secret of Mana game. Features of the newly […]

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Xbox Party Chat Available On iOS and Android

Late last year we heard that Microsoft was testing out its Xbox Party Chat system for mobile devices. We all have our phones with us all the time, so it makes sense that gamers can continue chatting with each other inside the app while on the go. We have good news. The app is live. According to Microsoft, “The Xbox app brings together your friends, games, and accomplishments from across your devices. Stay connected to your gaming […]

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Splatoon 2 Sells 2 Million Copies In Japan

When Splatoon 2 was officially unveiled for the Nintendo Switch, I think we can say that many gamers were already looking forward to it, since the first game was such a big hit. As if to confirm this theory true, the latest numbers from Famitsu tell us that Splatoon 2 has sold very very well in Japan. The game has managed to sell 2 million copies since its release in Japan. The game was launched on the […]

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Hot Wheels Rocket League Toys

Rocket League is a super popular game and it is on a variety of gaming platforms, like PC and consoles, but if you’re looking for a new way of enjoying the game, you’ll be happy to learn that Hot Wheels has announced a real-life Rocket League game. We’re talking RC cars that let players do battle in real-life. It comes with ‘Octane’ and ‘Dominus’ remote-controlled cars, a Rocket League ball, and a custom field mat that looks […]

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Warhammer Vermintide 2 Launches On PC March 8th 2018

Warhammer fans looking forward to the launch of the Highly anticipated sequel Warhammer Vermintide 2 on PC systems. Will be pleased to know that developer Fatshark has today confirmed that the Vermintide 2 game will be available to download from the Steam games network on March 8th, 2018. Check out the announcement trailer below to learn more about what you can expect from Vermintide 2. Fatshark has also announced that those that preorder Vermintide 2 will be […]

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The Evil Within 2 First-Person Mode Now Available

Developers Tango Gameworks and publisher Bethesda have ruled out a free update to the survival, action horror game The Evil Within 2 adding support for first-person gameplay. Originally launched as third-person game on the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Bethesda has also confirmed that The Evil Within 2’s free trial version will also include the new first-person view mode. Check out the video below to learn more about what you can expect from the new first-person […]

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Hawaii Introduces Bill Dealing With Gaming Loot Boxes

It was last November, when Democratic representative for the state of Hawaii Chris Lee spoke up about loot boxes in video games. He described loot boxes like those in EA’s Star Wars Battlefront 2 as being an “online casino” designed to lure kids into spending more money than they should in addition to buying the game. He’s not wrong. Now it looks like Lee is finally taking some action. He has proposed multiple bills that are meant […]

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Dead Space Sci-Fi Survival Horror Game Now Free On PC Via Origin

PC gamers that haven’t as yet played the science fiction horror game Dead Space, may be interested to know that the game is now available to play for free via the EA Origin games network. Simply login and add the game to your existing library to have access to an iconic game which was first launched 10 years ago back in 2008. Dead Space was created by Glen Schofield, developed by Visceral Games and published by Electronic […]

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Ubisoft Has More Plans For The Nintendo Switch

When the Wii U was launched, developers and retailers were not happy at how poorly the console was doing. However with the Nintendo Switch, developers and retailers are eager to work with the console. They are pretty happy and optimistic about the console’s future in fact. Ubisoft is one of these companies. During the company’s recent financial call, CEO Yves Guillemot was quoted as saying, “So yes, this relationship continues to grow, and we are very happy […]

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