Author Archives: Michael Gore

About Michael Gore

Michael is the sole writer and owner at chartxgames.com. Many thought that his youth (and adulthood) playing video games was a waste of time but here he is writing about them for a living. Michael has a background in IT and enjoys (apart from video games) building and repairing PC's, digital artwork (Photoshop, 3DS Max) and has interests in too many subjects to mention.

The Sims 4 Update Patch Now Available Ahead of New Expansion

By | 13/11/2019

  To facilitate smooth installing of Discover University, a new #TheSims 4 update patch is now available and adds new items, an improved UI, draggable columns and bugs fixes. It’s always a special time whenever a new Sims 4 Expansion Pack is on the way and this week is no exception. Coming this Friday, The… Read More »

Five Nights at Freddy’s for Nintendo Switch Release Date Confirmed

By | 11/11/2019

  Great news for indie and alternative horror games fans, as the cult smash hit Five Nights at Freddy’s for Nintendo Switch, gets a release date for the first three installments. Five Night’s at Freddy’s is a very different kind of game when it comes to what we would normally expect from a horror title.… Read More »

Top Horror Video Games to Play this Halloween (2019)

By | 29/10/2019

  Halloween is all about scares, and 2019 has been a great year for horror video games. ChartX Games has compiled a great list of top horror video games to play this year. We all know how much fun it is to watch scary movies at Halloween and satisfy our annual thirst for all things… Read More »

Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York Clans set to Clash Sooner than Expected

By | 21/10/2019

  Great news for Nintendo Switch as World of Darkness Vampire clans get busy in Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York thanks to an earlier than expected release date. WARNING – The Following Article May Contain Content Unsuitable for Children Following this week’s disappointing news that Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines II has… Read More »

Upcoming Sims 4 University Expansion Pack Leaked by Microsoft

By | 19/10/2019

  The probable next installment of a Sims 4 University expansion pack has been accidentally leaked on a Microsoft digital storefront which has since been removed. Third-party sellers are no stranger to leaked listings and it would appear that Microsoft has been the most recent large supplier of games to accidentally leak information on an… Read More »

Red Dead Online Weekly Update: New Legendary Bounty, Role Awards and Heavy Discounts

By | 17/10/2019

  Some great perks to the current Red Dead Online weekly update as there’s a new Legendary Bounty, discounts on role essential items and free role-specific gifts. Continuing the current drip-feed of Frontier Pursuits, this week’s Red Dead Online update adds even more to the persistent online world. The fifth Legendary Bounty is now available… Read More »

The Last of Us Part 2 Fungal Shambler Explained

By | 14/10/2019

  The game director for the upcoming Last of Us Part 2, Neil Druckman sheds some light on the fungal Shambler new enemy type ahead of the game’s official launch. Since showcasing the brilliant new trailer for The Last of Us Part 2 at last month’s Sony State of Play conference, fans of the game… Read More »

Fortnite Reset Imminent Due to Black Hole Event

By | 14/10/2019

  Fortnite gamers have been left bewildered by a Black Hole event that has left the game offline, with some speculating that a Fortnite Reset may be on the way. The online gaming world has been thrown into chaos over the weekend as the massive online video game Fortnite seems to have all but disappeared.… Read More »

How to Setup Sony PS4 Remote Play Download for Android

By | 09/10/2019

  In the latest update the Sony PS4 Remote Play download has is now available for use with Android and features Bluetooth PS4 controller support. As of Playstation 4 firmware update 7.00, Playstation 4 owners can now utilize the amazing features of remote play on qualifying Android devices. Update 7.00 also brings with it some… Read More »

Call of Duty: Mobile Controller Support Dropped for Now

By | 07/10/2019

  Upon initial final release, it appears that Call of Duty: Mobile controller support has been removed from the highly anticipated mobile version of Activision’s massive FPS. Controller support for Call of Duty: Mobile has been lost in the release of the highly anticipated title. Support for PlayStation 4 controllers was available during the game’s… Read More »