Tag Archives: co-op

The Last of Us Live-Action TV Show in the Works

By | 06/03/2020

  Hot on the heels of Netflix’s The Witcher, HBO has confirmed that they are developing The Last of Us live-action TV show alongside Sony Entertainment. Reportedly, Sony Pictures Television and the newly formed PlayStation Productions are working with Warner Media to develop the show for HBO. As of yet, there are no specific details… Read More »

Activision Lawsuit for Call of Duty Leak Filed Against Reddit

By | 23/02/2020

  Reports have been confirmed that an Activision Lawsuit for Call of Duty: Warzone leak has been filed against popular online discussion platform Reddit. The lawsuit apparently comes because a Reddit user had leaked artwork from an upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game mode on the popular discussion site. Activision, the publisher of the… Read More »

Try Pokemon Bank for Free and Get Your Pokemon Organized

By | 12/02/2020

  Nintendo is giving users a chance to use Pokemon Bank for free following the launch of the new cloud-based system Pokemon Home. Pokemon Home has been launched as a replacement for the previous Pokemon Bank system. The service is designed to facilitate the transfer, sale and organization of your Pokemon between various systems and… Read More »

Warframe for Nintendo Switch Performing Well

By | 10/02/2020

  Warframe for Nintendo Switch has been performing well for the game’s developer TennoCon since release. Warframe for Nintendo Switch has been performing well for the game’s developer since release. The popular online free-to-play game’s developer, Digital Extremes, has worked with a well-known port studio to bring the game to Switch. Panic Button, a respected… Read More »

Nintendo Details Pokemon Home Cloud Storage

By | 29/01/2020

  The upcoming paid cloud storage system for Pokemon named Pokemon Home has been officially announced by Nintendo. Pokemon Home has long been a dream system for many Pokemon players the world over. Nintendo has officially announced the system and its details such as the different versions and prices. Launching in February 2020, Pokemon Home… Read More »

Major 2020 Delayed Game Release Dates

By | 22/01/2020

  With 2020 set to be a great year for gaming, there is some bad news concerning many delayed game release dates including some of the most anticipated PS4 titles. The new year was supposed to be full of promise with Q1 and Q2 set for several major video game releases including many awaited triple-A… Read More »

Darwin Project PS4 Released Available for Free

By | 20/01/2020

  Great news for Battle Royale fans as Steam favorite Darwin Project PS4 version is released to Playstation Store for free after years of early access trial. The multiplayer survival game has been released for Playstation 4 for free after 20 months of an initial early access period. While the game has been around since… Read More »

Monster Hunter World Save Files Deleted by New Iceborne Save Data

By | 13/01/2020

  A save data version change seems to be wreaking havoc for some Monster Hunter World save files as PC gamers report data loss after installing Iceborne. Since its release on 9th January 2020, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne for PC has reportedly been deleting older save data for some players. Some gamers are reporting that… Read More »

Destiny 2: Season of Dawn Out Now

By | 11/12/2019

  There’s a ton of new missions, rewards and unlocks as Osiris recruits the Guardian in Bungie’s latest expansion Destiny 2: Season of Dawn which is available now. As of yesterday while Destiny 2 was down as Bungie updated the game for the latest update, Season of Dawn is now available for both Season Pass… Read More »

The Most Exciting New Games for December 2019

By | 09/12/2019

  With Christmas just around the corner and gaming’s seasonal releases well underway here we have a rundown of the best new games for December 2019. Video gaming’s AAA seasonal releases are all but underway as we have recently seen the likes of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Death Stranding. However, even though we… Read More »