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Three Terrible Games So Far Released In 2018
2018 has so far been a good year for video games. The year has seen the release of exciting games like God of War, which successfully reinvented a classic franchise for a new generation. Furthermore, lovers of video games also experienced the wonder that is Celeste and countless other titles that have made their mark, including Monster Hunter: World, Yakuza 6, and more. However, we will be taking a critical look at video games that have failed to deliver and left a lot of us disappointed. CLICK HERE!!
Everything We Know About Cyberpunk 2077
After it closed out Microsoft’s E3 press conference and wowed press during a behind-closed-doors demo, it seems like all eyes are on Cyberpunk 2077, the new RPG from CD Projekt Red, the developer behind The Witcher series. Taking influences from the cult-favorite Cyberpunk 2020 pen-and-paper RPG, the studio’s next project builds upon their pedigree of dense RPGs, while venturing out into a drastically different world. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!
Fortnite’s 50v50 mode is back, Playground is hopefully coming soon
The bad news is that the Fortnite Playground limited time mode that was rolled out a couple of days ago and then very quickly taken down is still down. Epic said in its most recent update on Reddit that it is continuing to test required improvements, and promised to post another update “shortly.” Of course, that’s basically what it said yesterday and the day before, so as timelines go it’s not the most carved-in-stone you’ll ever encounter. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!
The Biggest PS4 Games To Play In 2018
As we covered in our PlayStation 2017 Report Card, 2017 was good but not great for Sony Interactive Entertainment. If we’re judging the PlayStation 4’s future on software alone, it’s a more successful 2018. From Ghosts Of Tsushima to Days Gone, a promising group of first-party games is complemented by third-party console exclusives like Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom and Left Alive. And hot on the heels of the praise-worthy Persona 5 comes a couple dancing spin-off Persona games. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!
The Best Upcoming Games of 2018 (and beyond)
We’re expecting great things from these new games coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. No matter how many great games you might already be playing, it’s never a bad time to start getting hyped for the next big thing. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!
PS+ Titles for February 2018 Have [Possibly Been] Leaked
With so many different media outlets these days, it’s hard to keep anything secret. It seems almost every month the featured PS+ titles are leaked ahead of the official unveiling. It looks as the tradition for February 2018. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!
Monster Hunter World
To answer the three most pressing questions around Monster Hunter World: Yes, its creators have made a notoriously inaccessible franchise into something that, if not totally accessible, somewhat resembles it. Yes, it’s still filled with countless menus and tough-to-parse mythos. And yes, this game lets you be best friends with a cat. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!
Nintendo Switch games SHOCK as rumour news hits of major release delay
NINTENDO SWITCH games fans may be dealing with a shock turn of events as rumours circulate that one of the company’s big 2018 launches may have been delayed. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!
Rumour: BioWare’s Anthem delayed into 2019
While BioWare’s new sci-fi persistent open-world multiplayer shooter doodad Anthem is officially due to launch this autumn, several secret sources tell Kotaku that the game is now likely delayed into early 2019. More on the News? CLICK HERE!!