In an effort to avoid confusion while shopping for the gamers in their lives, a band of non-gamer parents has come together to push Mario onto the XBox One.
For all of those parents still referring to Xbox and Playstation consoles as “Nintendoes,” Nintendo would like you to know that even their own systems are not “Nintendoes.”
When it comes to launching a successful gaming platform, the name can make or break a potential buyers first impression. That’s why Microsoft has decided to move forward with a name they think will be all the rage in the next generation of gaming: Playstation 5.
Facebook announced recently that they will be launching a new Live Streaming video service for gamers, but what does that mean for us?
We know how much it sucks when the PlayStation Network is down, especially with the recent launch of new Overwatch maps, the epic release of Monster Hunter: World, and even some new stuff for Call of Duty: WWII.
Here are a few things you can do to pass the time while you wait for Sony to get it together:
Hey! It’s a cool week! Because some things happened in the video game world and we’re here to tell you all about what you missed on This Week in Gaming!
We’ve learned a couple of really cool Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp tips recently and tested them out. It seemed incredibly important that we share them with you.
In light of the recent Playstation 2 discoveries we wanted to share some more console secrets with you!
There was some hot news last week that you might have missed if you didn’t listen to episode 35 of This Week in Gaming. You may have also missed the Game Awards 2017. It’s cool, though. I’ve got a whole recap for you at the end of this post. Continue reading “The Game Awards, feat. Norman Reedus with a fetus | This Week in Gaming 12.08”
Hey. Welcome back to your news recap for This Week in Gaming. We really like keeping you informed, so go ahead and read some stuff from the week of November 25th through December 1st.