Extra Life Game Day is just about here (Nov 6th and 7th) and we’re excited to be participating for the 7th year in a row to help raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (This year, many of us are supporting the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital).
This year, our very own PrinceBubbles will be hosting Extra Life over on his twitch channel (twitch.tv/princebubbles74_ydg). Check out the schedule of what to expect over the weekend and we hope to see you there!
When No Man’s Sky was originally released in August 2016 for PS4 and PC, there was an insane amount of hype for this game. The game was released by the indie studio Hello Games and was centered around four pillars of gameplay: exploration, survival, combat, and trading.
At first I wasn’t sure what was going on, then I realized it was all a ruse. Devolver puts out some of the most action packed, over-the-top games and this conference is no different. Warning: The content of this event is not for the feint of heart. Viewer discretion advised.
Not only did Bethesda make some pretty big announcements this year, they also broke out their witty sarcasm. Remarking on Walmart Canada’s inability to keep a secret and the buggy nature of their games was just the start.
If you weren’t able to catch Microsoft’s announcements at E3, the one thing you should know is: there were a lot of them. New exclusives, world premieres, and new studios. Let’s jump right in and give you the recap.
As part of it’s “Countdown to E3” daily reveals, Playstation unveiled a trailer for Twin Mirror today. If you’ve played the story-driven choice-based narrative of Life is Strange, you know exactly why we’re so excited about this announcement. Let’s head on back to West Virginia
In a live stream on Tuesday Bethesda did… almost nothing. Fans were treated to a Fallout themed tribute to the Holiday Fireplace that shows up on Netflix every winter holiday. After waiting for what felt like an eternity, we finally got a glimpse at everyone’s new favorite social punching bag: Fallout 76.