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.
Oh, hey. We hope you had a good holiday weekend, if you’re into that sort of thing. If you’ve recovered from your turkey coma, we’ve got some news for you.
It has been over a year since DC Comics started the Rebirth event. It was revealed the event involved some of the most important comic book characters of all time from Watchmen. There are many different hints at Dr. Manhattan altering the timeline of the DC Universe from Superman to Batman, and the new Titans comics as well. All of these events and hints have come to a point last week in the release of Doomsday Clock #1. This will NOT be a spoiler free review, you have been warned.
Hey. Happy Tuesday. You want news? We’ve got news. Here’s last week’s This Week in Gaming rundown.
With the recent unveiling of the “hidden message” in the PS2 loading screen, we thought it would be timely to share with you a “hidden message” in the PS4 system settings.
Hello! It’s good to be back in the swing of things after our Extra Life weekend. Join me for some great news, would you?
With the recent rise and success of indie games on the market, it’s no surprise that more and more game developers are looking to bring their dreams to life for others to enjoy.
This week I had the opportunity to sit down with a local indie game developer, Denzel Weatherspoon of Dennel Cake and a game development student at Fitchburg State University, to talk about his upcoming release: Obsolete Souls.
Happy Halloween! The news I’m bringing you from last week’s episode of This Week in Gaming might not be spoooooooky, but I hope it satisfies you.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp looks like the mobile social experience that today’s mobile gamer is looking for. Let’s take a look at some of the discussed features, as well as some speculation!
Hey. Happy Tuesday. Here’s what happened on episode 28 of This Week in Gaming for the week of Friday, October 13 through Friday, October 20.