In a live event yesterday, Dice and EA revealed to the world their plans for the next installment in the Battlefield series: Battlefield V. Since everything in the gaming industry that could be considered a press release keeps popping up as a “leak” lately, we figured we’d give you the “leeked” scoop on the new Battlefield.
Not everybody needs studio headphones. Hell, I sure don’t, but I was fortunate enough to be gifted a pair gotten at a discount price. I would have been a fool not to put them to good use, and put them to good use I have. Let’s find out if you should get these bad boys for your own setup, and keep things short and simple while we’re at it. Spoiler alert:
They’re pretty good.
E3 2018 has been a topic of excitement since E3 2017 wrapped.
There’s a lot to keep track of when it comes to E3 – there are so many companies, publishers, and developers who are all going to be displaying showcases at various times of day and night, from June 9 until June 12.
Well, YeahDude is here to make it easy on you. Here’s a comprehensive list of everybody who’s going to be at E3, when, and where you’ll be able to find their streams. And don’t worry – it’s in proper date order.
EA: Saturday, June 9 | 11AM PT/2PM ET | Twitch / Youtube
Microsoft/Xbox: Sunday, June 10 | 1PM PT/4PM ET | Twitch / Youtube
Bethesda: Sunday, June 10 | 6:30PM PT/9:30PM ET | Twitch / Youtube
SquareEnix: Monday, June 11 | 10AM PT/1PM ET | Twitch / Youtube
Ubisoft: Monday, June 11 | 1PM PT/4PM ET | Twitch / Youtube
PC Gamer: Monday, June 11 | 3PM PT/6PM ET | Twitch / Youtube
Sony: Monday, June 11 | 6PM PT/9PM ET | Twitch / Youtube / Playstation
Nintendo: Tuesday, June 12 | 9AM PT/12PM ET | Twitch / Youtube
Here’s a handy website where you can convert time zones to find out when these streams are occurring for you.
There is a ton of speculation, since no one truly knows what’ll be revealed at E3 2018.
We know Sony will most likely discuss The Last of Us Part II and Death Stranding. EA will likely spoonfeed its audience another Sims game or yet another expensive DLC. Bethesda has many pots holding many soups, with fans expecting the announcement of the 6th Elder Scrolls game, or a Fallout 5.
We won’t know until it happens.
While you’re here, check out our podcast, This Week in Gaming, where we do occasionally speculate for ourselves. Or check out some of the articles we’ve written recently, like this article about Deadpool (spoiler alert!) or the very cool Elite Dangerous review… just because.
If you’ve seen Deadpool (1 or 2), read any of the Deadpool comics, or played the game, you’re pretty familiar with everyone’s favorite anti-hero’s best super power: the ability to break the fourth wall. What if we told you that’s because, perhaps unintentionally, Deadpool is Marvel’s first and only vlogger?
Scoring a game like Elite Dangerous out of ten is nigh impossible. It’s one of the most subjective games out there right now, but for several thousand players it’s still a go-to after almost 4 years. With “mixed” reviews on Steam sitting at 68%, why is it so polarizing? Let’s take a look in a general overview why it’s loved by some and not so much by others.
Last November, I did a video about one of my favorite PC games, but a lot has changed since then. Just like in the first year or its release, KF2 has had two major, game changing updates since that video came out. So, what’s new? Let’s have a look! Continue reading “Killing Floor 2 Re-Review [Summer 2018]”
Having done a better job of getting the newer SNES Classic into the hands of consumers, Nintendo looks to bring back the NES Classic system on June 29th to satisfy those that missed out on the initial release.
At long last, with the update to patch 1.20, players of God of War now have access to photo mode! Time to break out those award winning smiles and prepare for the best school photo you’ve ever taken. We spent some time messing about with photo mode and thought it would be fun to share our results with you. Enjoy.
When it comes to PC gaming, sacrifices must always be made. Whether its a nicer CPU for a cheaper motherboard or a smaller case and better power, peripherals are typically first on the chopping block when corners must be cut. So, today we’ll have a look at two great budget gaming mice.
PC cases don’t get enough love. Yeah sure, we pick the ones that look the best, can fit the most stuff inside, or don’t cost an arm and a leg; but here’s a case that has all three. The Corsair SPEC-02.