US Congress Gets Involved In Hearthstone Player’s Suspension, Asks Blizzard To Reconsider

As you might have heard, Blizzard has come under massive fire recently for their decision to suspend a Hearthstone professional player for a year. This was because the player, Ng Wai Chung, also known as blitzchung, decided to show his support for the Hong Kong protests during his post-game interview.


Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Will Replace Loot Boxes With A Battle Pass System

Loot boxes are a controversial game feature that has been around for a while now. The idea is that you can pay money for a loot box and the items in it will be randomized, so you might not necessarily get what you want. This has drawn the ire of lawmakers, where some feel that it might be considered a form of gambling.


The $200 Analogue Pocket Is 2020’s Game Boy Device

The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld game console by Nintendo. Of course, the new generation consoles (and gaming rigs) are great but the handheld consoles were purely meant for entertainment.Even if you did not get the chance to play Game Boy Advance games, you must have at least heard about them (or their games).Do not worry if you haven’t. A Seattle-based company ‘Analogue’ has come up with a new […]


League Of Legends Could Be Headed To The Nintendo Switch

Earlier, Riot announced League of Legends: Wild Rift. This is essentially a new version of the company’s incredibly popular League of Legends game, except that it has been redesigned to be played on mobile devices as well as consoles. Riot did not specify which consoles the game will be launching on, but it seems that the Nintendo Switch could be a possibility.


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League Of Legends Will Be Coming To Mobile Devices

With how many of us own smartphones, it would be silly for developers to ignore the mobile gaming market. This is why we’re starting to see a rise in video games that were traditionally for PC or console being released on mobile as well. We’ve also started to see developers create games simultaneously for both mobile and PC and/or console.


Google Stadia Will Be Launching On November 19

Earlier this year, Google confirmed that they would be launching their game streaming service, Stadia, this coming November. Now the company has confirmed when exactly in November it will be launching, and if you’re interested, you’ll want to mark the date down for the 19th of November.


The Internet Archive Adds 2,500 MS-DOS Games

The Internet Archive is the biggest digital library that contains web pages, books, games, audio recordings, videos, and software tools.Even though it is a non-profit entity, it keeps on adding and archiving a lot of things on the Internet.Now, in an announcement on Sunday, Internet Archive revealed that it has updated its database of MS-DOS games by adding 2,500 more to the list. Of course, this is a big update.It’s […]


Invites To Try Microsoft’s Project xCloud Are Now Rolling Out

Game streaming feels like it could be the next big thing. With our internet speeds getting faster, what with 5G now being rolled out, it makes sense that we should be able to game on our phones and on any device wherever we are. Microsoft will be trying their hand at game streaming with Project xCloud, and if you’re curious, you can actually now take it for a spin.


Final Fantasy VII Remake Director Thinks Final Fantasy VIII Remake Is A Possibility

While we’ve seen Square Enix release remasters of older Final Fantasy games in the past, Final Fantasy VII Remake is probably their most ambitious project to date. It features completely brand new graphics which in a way, kind of makes it a new game which could appeal to gamers who have played it before and also to new players who have never played the original.


‘Fortnite’ Is Now Just A Black Hole

Fortnite’s events are quite interesting and exciting to watch and play. Even the Twitch viewer count skyrockets at the time of an event on Fortnite.However, the end of Season 10 (or chapter 1) witnessed a surprising event dubbed ‘The End’.To start with, some players thought that this is going to be the end of Fortnite – but that was just a part of the announcement for the next season.When the […]


Could Blizzard Be Planning To Announce Diablo 4 At BlizzCon This Year?

BlizzCon 2019 will be taking place next month and it is Blizzard’s biggest event of the year. Given that Blizzard typically avoids events like E3, this usually means that BlizzCon will see the company announce new games and expansions and reveal things that they are working on, and it seems that there could be a chance that Diablo 4 might be announced this year.


Controller Support For Call Of Duty: Mobile Still Being Worked On

Games like Call of Duty were designed to be played using controllers like a keyboard, mouse, or a gamepad. So naturally when the game was launched on mobile, some were wondering about whether or not controller support would be coming, and the good news is that it looks like it is in development.


Physical Copy Of Overwatch For The Nintendo Switch Isn’t Actually ‘Physical’

Just like most video games, the Nintendo Switch supports both physical and digital copies of games. This means that gamers who prefer using cartridges have the option to buy it, while those who prefer digital copies can buy and download them online, so it’s not surprising that Blizzard’s Overwatch for the Switch also comes in physical form.


Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Might Not Come With A Loot Box System

One of the ways that developers earn money through their games these days, beyond the initial purchase, is by selling in-game items. A popular in-game item comes in the form of loot boxes, where the randomized nature of these loot boxes means that gamers will need to keep buying them to try their luck at getting the item they want.