Video Games

Playdate preorders: When, how much, and why you should be excited

Playdate was given a pre-order time and date and some more information on how and why you’d want to get a device. If you’ve made

Baldur’s Gate 3’s character creation limits stifle its RPG potential

Larian Studios has done something remarkable with Baldur’s Gate 3. This is the studio’s third game (in a row, I might add!) that has perfectly

Nintendo Switch OLED reportedly costs Nintendo $10 more to make… but costs you $50 more to buy

Upgraded video games consoles always cost a bit more than their predecessors, and the Nintendo Switch OLED is no different. Though the internals remain the

New Grand Theft Auto 6 rumors claim the game is still years away

Despite how old it is, one of the most popular video games for PC gamers and consoles is Grand Theft Auto 5. The game is

Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance Review

There aren’t many video games with Beholders in them. These nightmarish aberrations with their big eyes and tentacles are one of the most famous monsters

OlliOlli World (for PC) Review

In 2014, developer Roll7 burst onto the gaming scene with OlliOlli, a different take on skateboarding video games. OlliOlli was an endless runner—you only stopped

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora release date, trailer, news and rumors

It’s one of the biggest films of all time, and now Avatar is returning to the world of video games. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is

Chicory: A Colorful Tale Review

Video games do destruction all too well, but Canadian indie developer Greg Lobanov seems to have made it his mission to focus on the constructive

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground Review

Warhammer video games cover a very wide gamut, but given the franchise’s tabletop origins, turn-based strategy adaptations tend to attract special scrutiny. This is certainly

The Lord of the Rings Gollum game release date, trailers, news and rumors

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, developed by Daedalic Entertainment who you might know as the creators of the Deponia point-and-click adventure series, has been

Denon and Marantz announce fix for 4K@120Hz AV receiver bug

But it isn’t a simple firmware update Last year, we reported on a “major HDMI 2.1 bug” that meant Denon, Marantz and Yamaha’s high-end 8K

Oddworld: Soulstorm Review

Back in the 90s, video games were very different from what they are today. While some genres evolved with the advent of the 3D era,

How VR Headsets Could Be Used In Online Casinos In the Future

The casino industry has seen a lot of changes throughout the years. Especially since the dawn of the internet and more people wanting to gamble

It Takes Two Review

Hazelight Studios is back with another co-op based title, but this time tackling a subject that rarely features in video games Hazelight Studios, the developer

Gamer builds the world’s smallest Nintendo 64 console

People have been playing video games at home going on way back to the 70s. Some consider the heyday of gaming to be the 80s,

Razer Kiyo Pro review: One of the best webcams out there

For a price. The Razer Kiyo Pro webcam is impressive. While the specs don’t look like anything on paper, the combination of software and hardware

Anodyne 2: Gaming Across Dimensions Review

Tell someone from the 1980s that the video games industry would someday compete with the likes of Hollywood and television and they probably would have

Bandai Namco could be the next publisher to try a Nintendo Direct format

A trademark filed by Bandai Namco from December 29 has surfaced online, detailing something the company is calling Bandai Namco Next. From the description further

Acer Nitro 5 AN515-55-59KS Review

Professional-level gaming on laptops requires cutting-edge hardware components, especially if you are looking to enjoy the most popular video games on the market with sufficient

Stardew Valley board game and five more tabletop gaming adaptations you need to play

Video games and tabletop board games have gone hand-in-hand ever since the first RPG titles swapped pen and paper for D-Pads and buttons. But the

CD Projekt Red leverages DMCA to kill tweets that link to stolen game data

CD Projekt Red is a video game developer that’s behind one of the most infamous video games of 2020, Cyberpunk 2077. That game was very

Bowser’s Fury makes a convincing case for smaller, shorter games

Video games keep getting bigger and bigger. Massive open-world titles like Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla aim to keep players occupied for as much

Knockout City is the competitive dodgeball game you never knew you wanted

Like a red, inflatable ball hurtling towards you at speed, here’s something you might not have seen coming. Knockout City is an online competitive multiplayer

Nvidia RTX 3060 release date, price, specs and performance

The Nvidia RTX 3060 will officially launch on 25 February 2021, with the new graphics card targeting a 60+ FPS performance for Full HD gaming.   The new

Games like Stardew Valley prove we’re in a gaming golden age

I have a tendency to be pretty negative in my opinion articles about video games, usually because those opinion posts are covering big publishers or

Xiaomi HD Webcam Review – Web Camera for Laptop

Xiaomi returns to the load with a most interesting product to use in the office that many of us have assembled at home: an HD

Rise of Kingdoms – Now play it on your PC!

The craze for video games has been increasing at a rapid pace, especially since the young generation is highly interested in video gaming, and some

The Falconeer Review

There’s something fascinating about video game solo projects. From Cave Story, to Stardew Valley, to the grandaddy of them all, Tetris, there have been a

Far Cry 6 is the latest blockbuster game to be delayed

It’s not been a good week for fans of open world video games. First, Cyberpunk 2077 was delayed yet again and now Far Cry 6

LG Ultra PC 17 review: A big, lightweight laptop with graphics pep

LG made a version of its ultra-light, 17-inch laptop that plays video games. LG tends to fly under the radar as a PC maker, yet