Lego City Undercover came out for the Wii U not long after its release, the year was 2013 and it was a game that was not really on my radar and for the life of me I can’t think why. It looks like a barrel of laughs, it’s got humour, open world gameplay, lots of random outfits and now…CO-OP!Read moreLego City Undercover Gets Release Date & New Feature
Dead Rising 4 is one for zombie and horror fans with the original now having been released over a decade ago, it came out on Xbox One and the Windows store in December 2016 and Capcom have just announced the game will be making its way to Steam on March 14th. Watch the brand new trailer here.Read moreDead Rising 4 Debuts On Steam In March
It’s no secret that I love Overwatch. It was my 2016 Game of the Year. Every new event that’s published has Overwatch creatives continuously giving us new ways to play the game. From 3V3 WoW style PvP to PvE and Capture the Flag becoming permanent, Overwatch events are a look into what Overwatch could have and how it continues to score players.Read moreHow Overwatch Continues To Score
With the Switch so very close to release, Nintendo has opened up the flood gates for players to choose their new Nintendo Account ID for the Switch. This Nintendo Account ID is the newest way to identify your Nintendo account and as you may have guessed, most of the cool ID names are gone. You can’t be Mario anymore… follow the link to sign-up for your new Nintendo Account ID below.Read moreGrab Your Nintendo Account ID Now!
It was in the summer of last year where the world was introduced to one of the biggest mobile crazes of all time. I am of course referring to Pokémon GO. Though the game has had many technical issues from outset to present, it has undoubtedly proven itself to be extremely popular. Now, nearly 8 months later, the game has received nearly the remainder of the Pokémon first discovered in the Johto Region, also known as Generation 2. Though many people had been playing the game up to present day, many dropped the “fad” relatively soon after release. Now that generation 2 is available, are people playing once again?
The launch of a brand new 3D Zelda game and a new Nintendo console is upon us. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the Nintendo Switch release on March 3. We haven’t had a new Zelda game like this in about six years, so it’s a big deal for me. Since I can’t contain my excitement, here are some reasons why Breath of the Wild will blow everyone away and will just be simply spectacular. Read moreReasons to be Excited for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Tetsuya Nomura mentioned he would like to show off new screenshots from his works in 2017. Looks like he’s held up his end of the bargain by displaying new screenshots of Kingdom Hearts 3 and the Final Fantasy VII remake. Posted to the official Twitter of Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy were new images revealed during the Magic Monaco 2017 event. You can check out the images below!
The weekend has come, and we are delving back into some gaming. When the weekday kicks your butt, you get back at life by kicking butt in gaming. While we haven’t all been able to get into competitive Overwatch together (dang time zones keep me away from playing with my Cali peeps) we’ve still been engaging in some much needed gaming sessions. I originally planned to play For Honor, but some things got into the way and I’ll be getting through Pokémon Moon instead. We’re also playing some more Bound and XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Come check out what we’re doing and join us for the weekend. Read moreWTFAreWePlaying: Pokémon, XCOM: Enemy Unknown & Bound
What’s up gamers, today I’m here to reminisce on the many romances of our favorite God of War, Kratos. When he’s not bulging out the eyes of a Greek God or ripping out the wings of a harpy, Kratos likes to test the waters of romance. Although, as we have all witnessed, it is never smooth sailing for our angry God of War. Here’s a few reasons in particular, you should never look to Kratos for advice in the area of love.
This week on our second WTFGamersCast episode, the gang takes a stab at what Hollywood and the gaming world have been promoting recently. Reboots, HD Remasters and Remakes in gaming and film have either been great ideas, or decisions that were better left on the drawing board. Should we be worried that video games will follow the path of failed movie franchises? Or are video games stronger than ever? No seriously, what do you think?
Or if you aren’t worried about Remasters and the like, stick around to hear us talk about Beastiality in Sonic 2006, Omega Roofies, and how female assassins, turns out, are very easy to code.
Check out the Podcast on iTunes
Check out the Podcast on Google Play
Check out the Podcast on YouTube below!
Make sure to subscribe as well for all the latest episodes.