Detective Pikachu Producer Interested In Creating A Pokemon Cinematic Universe

The Detective Pikachu movie will be coming out soon and while many were a little perturbed by the idea of a live-action Pokemon movie, the trailers actually look pretty good. Combine that with Ryan Reynolds’ sense of humor and it feels like they might have a hit on their hands. The good news is that it seems that Detective Pikachu could be the start of something much bigger.


Google Unveils Controller For Stadia Gaming Service

Google’s much-awaited game streaming service was finally announced today. What was previously known by its Project Stream codename will be launched later this year as Stadia. It will stream games to a variety of different platforms via the Chrome browser and Chromecast in addition to Pixel smartphones. Conventional USB controllers will work but Google has made a dedicated controller for Stadia as well.


Google Stadia Cloud Game Streaming Service Revealed

Google confirmed a few months ago that it was working on a game streaming service codenamed Project Stream. It has formally announced the service today at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Google says that its Stadia cloud game streaming service is a platform meant for everyone and that it will stream games to all kinds of devices.


Call Of Duty: Mobile Announced, Pre-Registration Open

Call of Duty: Mobile is now coming to the West, thanks to a partnership between Activision and Tencent. This shooter was announced during a Unity keynote at the Game Developers Conference 2019. going to be a free-to-play release. The mobile title will bring together the most loved weapons, modes, maps, and characters from across the entire Call of Duty franchise.


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Nintendo Announces Nindies Showcase For March 20th

Nintendo has made an unexpected announcement today for a new Showcase video presentation. That’s the company’s preferred format for sharing information about titles. The company has sent out a tweet confirming that it will hold a Nindies Showcase on March 20.


Bethesda Confirms E3 Press Briefing For This Year

Some of the biggest gaming companies will be making their announcements at E3 2019 in a few months and Bethesda fans will be excited to know that the company will be on that list this year. Bethesda has confirmed that it will indeed be conducting a media briefing on June 9th as part of its E3 2019 showcase.


Microsoft Launches The Halo Insider Program

Microsoft operates an Insider program for a lot of its software products such as Windows and it has now decided to do the same for one of its most popular titles, Halo. Players who are interested in testing Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC will now be able to sign up for the Halo Insider Program to test all of the games across PC and console.


Dota Pro Circuit App Lets Gamers Predict Matches And Get Rewarded

Do you fancy yourself being a Dota 2 expert? Do you think that you are able to predict how a match plays out before it ends? If you think that’s you, then you might be interested to learn that Valve has recently launched a new Dota app in the form of the Dota Pro Circuit app where it lets players make predictions in matches and be rewarded if they make […]


New Sonic Game Confirmed To Be In Development

It has been a while since a main Sonic game was released. Fans of the iconic character can rejoice because it has now been confirmed that a new Sonic game has entered development. The confirmation came from Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka at the SXSW Sonic panel this weekend. He said that the studio has “begun production” on the next major Sonic the Hedgehog title.


DirectX 12 Windows 7 Support Arrives Only For Select Games

DirectX 12 was launched alongside Windows 10 in 2015 and it would have been a pretty big deal had it been supported on Windows 7 at that time. Four years have passed and a lot has changed since then. However, Microsoft has finally decided to take feedback into account that called on the company to enable DirectX12 Windows 7 support. It has done that but there’s a catch.


No Man’s Sky To Get An Online Mode For Free This Summer

No Man’s Sky developers have continued to send out updates for the game to make improvements after many felt that the title hadn’t lived up to its hype. The updates have brought significant improvements to the game with the last major one coming in August 2018. Developer Hello Games has now revealed that it has been working on an online mode for the title which will arrive for free this […]


The Sims 4 32-Bit PC Support Ends This June

The Sims 4 came out back in 2014 and you might want to upgrade your PC if you’ve been running it on the same machine you had back when the game first came out. The developers have now announced that The Sims 4 32-bit PC support is going to end this June. The same also applies to non-Metal Macs. This decision has been made as “growing, improving and optimizing the […]


Facebook Adds ‘Gaming’ To Its Main Navigation Menu

We know that Facebook is interested in gaming to a certain degree, although on that front other platforms such as Twitch and YouTube do have a better audience. However it seems that Facebook is trying to step up their game by introducing “Gaming” to its main navigation menu where it will be more prominent and accessible by users.


Google Adding Support For Nintendo Switch Controllers To Chrome

We know that Google is looking to get into video game streaming as they ran a small test back in 2018 where gamers would stream games through the Chrome browser. In fact later this month at GDC, Google is expected to unveil more of their plans and leading up to the event, we might have an idea of what to expect.