Valve’s The International Dota 2 tournament is one of the biggest eSports event of the year. The prize pool is simply ridiculous where every year, it only seems to be increasing. It also has the ability to draw a huge crowd, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that Valve is now taking an Olympics-like approach to the event.
Last year, Blizzard announced Diablo IV, the latest installment in the Diablo franchise. Unlike Diablo 3, where the PC version came out first and the console version followed later, Blizzard revealed that they will be developing both the PC and console version side-by-side, and that it looks like the PC version will support controller gameplay if that’s your preference.
The original two Baldur’s Gate games have cemented their place as being some of the best RPG games to have been made. Undoubtedly many were sad when the game seemingly came to an end, but if you have been following the news, you might have heard how the folks at Larian Studios have decided to created a third game in the franchise.
Microsoft’s Xbox Series X is something to watch out for. However, before launch, we are getting several tiny pieces of information on what it’s capable of.In one of the podcasts, Larry Hryb (Director of Programming for the Microsoft gaming network) mentioned that a resume feature (for multiple games) will be baked in the new series X console.To further add, the resume feature will help you easily reboot the console and […]
We’ve heard of companies who ban players from playing their games due to them violating their terms of service. This is usually due to cheating, hacking, or other types of violations. However, these bans are typically limited to that particular game itself, but it seems that EA is taking things to the next level.
For those unfamiliar, back in 2019, Valve launched an autochess battler in the form of Dota Underlords. The game has been on Steam Early Access for a while now which essentially meant that it was in beta, but the good news is that if you were looking forward to the full release, Valve has announced that the game has since left Early Access and that Season One of the game […]
If you still largely rely on physical formats to play your Xbox games, you know that if you want to swap out discs, you will need to press a button on the console to eject the current disc. However, what if you’d rather not press the button? After all, CD/DVD players have long had the ability to eject discs remotely, so why not the Xbox, right?
According to a recent report, it has been suggested that Baldur’s Gate 3 could be released this year. How true are those rumors? It is unclear how true or accurate they are, but they are certainly being corroborated with a new report where it seems that Hasbro has given it away that Baldur’s Gate 3 will be released on Steam Early Access this year.
If there was ever a video game that seemed like it would make a good movie, Borderlands is definitely one of them. In fact, about five years ago, Lionsgate announced that they were planning to make a Borderlands movie, but given the time that has passed since, it felt like it might have been forgotten or even cancelled.
What makes a game immersive and fun to play? Obviously having a great storyline and gameplay helps. Next up is its graphics, but let’s not forget about the audio from the game, where having realistic sound effects and a killer soundtrack will no doubt help make players feel like they’re really there.
We already know that Sony will not be participating in E3 2020, but if you were hoping to see the company and hear announcements from them at other gaming events, you might be disappointed. This is because Sony has recently announced that they will not be participating at PAX East this year.
If you were a kid that grew up in the 90s, then there is a good chance that you might recall those handheld consoles made by Tiger Electronics. The good news is that if you’re looking to relive some old school nostalgia, Hasbro has announced that they will be reviving those consoles where four new models will be launched this coming fall.
When Google first launched Stadia, its availability was pretty much limited to just Google’s Pixel smartphones. For non-Pixel owners, we imagine that this must have been a bit frustrating. However, there is some good news and that is Google has announced that they will be expanding on Stadia’s availability.
One of the things to love about Android is its customizability and flexibility. For example, users can create custom recovery partitions on their devices where they can use it to flash custom ROMs, root their devices, make backups, and so on, in more robust and alternate ways apart from the official Google method.