Amazon Prime Day may have ended, but you still have a chance to pick up some games at a discount. Best Buy is having its own online sale this month, and it offers a big selection of discounts on some great titles for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch.
The latest update for GTA 5 has gone live, offering Freemode Events to players of GTA Online, alongside the Rockstar Editor for Xbox One and PS4.
The Oscars are just a few days away, and once again we’re waiting to find out if his 20 year quest for the top gong will finally end.
Developed by Fast Forward Studio and published by My.com (Skyforge, Revelation Online), Planet of Heroes entered Closed Beta 2 recently. In fact, the game is open to all who simply signs up! Planet of Heroes is an action-packed modern mobile MOBA for mobile devices that aims to capture what makes the MOBA genre great on PC while playing to the strengths of mobile platforms.
It’s been so long since I’ve played a Dragon Ball game, or even watched the anime for that matter. I feel like it might be time for me to get back into both. I think I’ve been missing out!
Today, publisher Daum Games revealed the upcoming awakening weapon for the Valkyrie class. Ditching her one-handed sword, she will now wield a lance, providing a greater reach during combat. If you did not know, developer Pearl Abyss stated it is pausing the introduction of new classes, focusing on enhancing current classes instead. Stay tuned for the update trailer for the lance weapon!
Tell someone that a video game can be considered a piece of art and the likelihood is they’ll either raise their eyebrows or just laugh at you.
– Nintendo-themed bao spot called Baoser – opening on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard in Portland, Oregon – will be decorated “like Bowser’s castle” from Super Mario Bros. – bao are fluffed-up steamed buns folded like tacos around various fillings – there will also be “Yoshi steak,” a marinated flank steak with buns and sesame broccoli slaw, and broccoli puree – will be open for lunch and late nights till 3 am, starting the last week of May
There’s always been something voyeuristic about sniping in video games. With a powerful rifle in hand, you’re perched in some bombed-out tower overlooking a Nazi-occupied town, your crosshairs fixated squarely on the head of an enemy soldier as he strides along his designated patrol route. He has no idea that with one pull of the trigger, you’re about to send a bullet careening through flesh and bone, snuffing out his young life in a single, gory instant. It’s in these moments, when an unaware enemy is trained in your sights and you take a deep breath before pulling the trigger on a skull-shattering killshot, that make Rebellion’s Sniper Elite such a devilish joy. Where the series has regularly faltered, however, is in the moments between these euphoric, long-range kills, where it has often been a cumbersome chore just to get around in a stealthy manner. With Sniper Elite 4, Rebellion has changed all that.