Minecraft Adds PSVR Support

For one reason or another, VR is still not really a mainstream thing. Some of these reasons will be solved, and some won’t. This means that the technology will likely remain a niche thing for a long while yet. That said there are still plenty of strong arguments for giving it a try, and now…

One Week Later and Fall Guys is Still Hanging in There

Well, it’s been a week and I still can’t get enough of Fall Guys. What can I say? I absolutely love this game! I don’t love everything about it *cough* Fall Ball *cough*, but the game as a whole is still feeling like something special. I honestly don’t know if Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is…

Fallout 76 and ESO: A Novice’s Views – One Year Later

Last year, I dove head first and rather blindly into two massive MMOs worlds – the well-established environs of The Elder Scrolls Online and the newly irradiated landscapes of Fallout 76. After lightly sinking my teeth into both, I offered up some takes comparing these titles, and I came to the somewhat obvious conclusion that…

Shin Megami Tensei is Finally Coming Back, Next Game Hits in 2021

After three years of silence regarding Shin Megami Tensei V, Atlus finally decided to give fans something to hold onto. During this week’s Nintendo Direct Mini, the RPG developer released a new trailer for the game, and they even dropped a release window: 2021 worldwide. It’s been 7 years since the last game, and now…

You Can Try Dreams For Free Right Now

Video game creation…game? Dreams is now free to try for anyone who wants to take a crack at developing their first game. Being the highly experimental product that it is, giving players/creators a chance to try Dreams first for buying is probably for the best. Game development isn’t for everyone, and you can’t know whether…

Two Point Hospital Launches For All Consoles

The healthcare simulator with a comedic edge known as Two Point Hospital has finally made it to the major consoles, so now I guess there’s no excuse not to finally live out all one’s hospital administrator fantasies. Will it always be successful? Maybe not, but it will certainly always be entertaining.

Chillin’ in the Ol’ Backlog

I remember a time when I absolutely hated the winter and summer slumps of game releases. For whatever reason, these were (and still are) the times when barely anything new or interesting would come out, leaving me with no choice but to play old games (eww!). I used to count the days until March finally…

Tools Up! is Here to Fulfill All Your Renovation Fantasies!

I like to think that just about everyone goes through a period in their life where they fantasize about hand-renovating their house and apartment. It’s one of those things where you can’t help but wish you were competent (and wealthy) enough to do it all yourself. Of course, for most of us this period only…

Favorite Nintendo Memories: Training to Be a Yoshi Master

Well, here we are. The month of Nintendo is nearing it’s end, and all that’s left is to talk about some of our favorite Nintendo memories. I gotta tell ya, it was hard to pick one to share here today. I’ve got so many that I’ve either already talked about or just don’t make for…