Yesterday it was announced that EA would be launching Burnout Paradise Remastered. Given how common in-game purchases are these days, you can imagine that many weren’t thrilled when they discovered that the game’s official store listing mentioned “in-game game purchases optional”. Read full post →Burnout Paradise Remastered Will Not Have Microtransactions

Given how many developers seemed to have avoided the Wii U like the plague back in the day, many are probably hoping that this won’t be the case for the Nintendo Switch. For the most part this seems to be true as many developers are releasing games on the Switch alongside other consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One. Read full post →EA ‘Nothing To Announce’ For Burnout Paradise On Nintendo Switch

Age of Empires was one of the early RTS games that was released back in the day and is considered by many to be a classic. As you can imagine the release of Age of Empires: Definitive Edition was probably great news for quite a few gamers, what with all the various improvements made to it. Read full post →Microsoft Explains Why Age Of Empires: Definitive Edition Isn’t On Steam

If relaxing games with soothing music is something that you might be interested in, you will be pleased to learn that Snowman’s Alto’s Odyssey has been released. The game’s release date was announced last week and sure enough it looks like the developers were able to release it as promised. Read full post →Alto’s Odyssey Now Available On The iPhone, iPad, Apple TV

Uber has an Uber Pool feature which allows passengers to group together if they are traveling along the same route. However it looks like Uber has since launched a slight variation of the feature called “Uber Express Pool” where it will be going live in Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, DC, Miami, San Diego, Philadelphia, and Denver. Read full post →Uber Launches ‘Uber Express Pool’ In Select Cities

The group chat feature in WhatsApp is a great way to bring friends, co-works, and relatives together. It can also be used to organize events, such as meetings, birthday parties, study groups, and so on. However all these groups can get confusing, especially if you’ve been using the app for a while. Read full post →WhatsApp For Android Gets Group Description Feature

By now Pokemon fans and Nintendo Switch gamers are probably aware that a standalone Pokemon RPG is in the works for the console. Prior to this the closest thing to a Pokemon game on the Switch was Pokken Tournament, but the launch of the RPG will definitely shake things up as for the most part, Pokemon RPGs have typically been exclusive to Nintendo’s handheld consoles. Read full post →Pokemon For The Nintendo Switch Could Have DLCs

It has been suggested that Microsoft could be looking to bring support for keyboard and mouse onto the Xbox, but official support has yet to arrive. Instead it seems that gamers have had to use workarounds which involves the use of adapters. However not everyone is thrilled by that, and Microsoft has recently spoken up about that. Read full post →Microsoft Addresses Issue Of Xbox Gamers Playing With Keyboard, Mouse

Blizzard is a prominent developer and has a huge and loyal fanbase, which is why you can imagine that platforms that support Blizzard’s games will naturally also attract a lot of gamers. However if there is one platform that Blizzard has yet to launch on, it would be Nintendo’s consoles in which no Blizzard game is available yet. Read full post →Diablo 3 Port For The Nintendo Switch Rumored For 2019

Blizzard’s Warcraft 3 has not see any major new content since The Frozen Throne expansion back in 2003. This means that the franchise has more or less been dormant for the past 15 years or so, but could Blizzard be looking to bring it back? That’s what many are speculating at the moment, at least according to some reports. Read full post →Blizzard Hosting Offline Event For Prominent Warcraft 3 Players