Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Royale Goes Free For A Week

The battle royale mode has been popularized by games such as Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds so it’s no longer surprising to see other developers add such modes to their games. It wasn’t surprising when one was added to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. If you haven’t had the chance to try it out yet, the title’s Blackout mode is going free for a week as part of a trial […]

Official Westworld Mobile Game Shuts Down

The publisher of the official Westworld mobile game was sued soon after the game was released. Bethesda filed the lawsuit as the game felt way too similar to one of its mobile titles. Bethesda actually called it “a blatant rip-off” of Fallout Shelter. Initial reviews about the game did reflect that the art style, animations, and game design were quite similar to Fallout Shelter. Game developer Behavior Interactive had worked […]

Two Forza Horizon 4 Dance Emotes Removed Amid Copyright Lawsuits

Microsoft’s Turn 10 Studios has removed two dance emotes from Forza Horizon 4 amid ongoing copyright lawsuits against Epic Games for including virtual versions of dances popularized in real life. The “Carlton” and “Floss” dance emotes are the ones that have been removed from Forza Horizon 4. Perhaps Turn 10 was trying to avoid a lawsuit as well.

Epic Sued Again Over A Fortnite Battle Royale Dance

One of the things that makes Epic’s Fortnite so relatable to the current generation is that it features and uses dance moves that are popular. However it seems that more than a few celebrities who helped popularize those dance moves aren’t too thrilled with Epic using them without their permission.


EA Reportedly Cancels Open World Star Wars Game

The open world game concept is one that is pretty popular these days, and we’ve seen it used to great effect on games like Grand Theft Auto V and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild just to name a few. Now several years ago, EA’s Visceral Games was said to be developing an open world Star Wars game, but following the shut down of the studio, many wondered […]

VLC For The Nintendo Switch Is Being Considered

VLC’s media player has been around for awhile already, and it is widely used across devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers. However it seems that VideoLan isn’t content with just those platforms and are looking to expand the app’s availability. This is according to the president and lead developer of VideoLan, Jean-Baptiste Kempf, who is looking towards the future of the software.

Mortal Kombat 11 For Nintendo Switch Might Be Delayed

NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced towards the end of last year where the game was initially pegged for a release on the 23rd of April, 2019 for the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. It appears that the release on the Switch could have since been delayed, according to Amazon listings over in Europe.

Sony’s Uncharted Movie Has A New Director

Sony’s Uncharted movie has been talked about for years but we have yet to see anything happen. Last we heard was back in 2018 where it was reported that the movie could begin filming soon, although there is now a chance that might no longer be true simply because it has lost its previous director.

Rocket League Now Supports Full Cross-Platform Play

Last year Harmonix confirmed that Rocket League would be supporting cross-platform play. However there was a catch and that is Sony was sitting this one out, as we had seen in the past. There is some good news and that is Harmonix has since announced that “full cross-platform play” is now supported.

Nintendo Switch Online May Offer SNES Games

Nintendo hasn’t confirmed this as yet but it appears that the company might be adding a plethora of SNES games to Nintendo Switch Online. The service already provides subscribers with access to several NES games so it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary if it started offering SNES games as well. A data miner seems reasonably sure that this is going to happen.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Clinches PS4 Top Selling Games 2018 Spot

Sony has released the list of PS4 Top Selling Games for 2018 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has come out ahead of every other game. Two separate lists have been released to showcase the popularity of titles in Europe and North America. The charts are largely similar with the exception of a couple of titles.

Epic Games Store Refund Policy Now Allows Unlimited Refunds

The Epic Games Store refund policy wasn’t that flexible at launch but the company has now made amends. The new policy is similar to the one that Steam offers which obviously works in Epic’s favor since it’s looking to steal Steam’s thunder. The new refund policy is more flexible and allows for unlimited refunds. There are some conditions attached to that, obviously.

Verizon Is Reportedly Testing A Game Streaming Service

We know that Verizon is exploring ways to take advantage of 5G. Given how fast the promised speeds are supposed to be, it does seem like it holds a lot of potential. However could one of the potential uses of 5G be for game streaming? While we can’t say for sure, it seems that Verizon could be exploring the idea.

Kingdom Hearts 3 Epilogue Will Need An Internet Connection To Be Viewed

Usually at the end of a game, there will be a cinematic trailer of sorts that acts as an epilogue of the game and sometimes can also act as a setup to the sequel. Unsurprisingly this will be the case with Square Enix’s upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3, but in a somewhat odd move, it appears that gamers will need an internet connection to watch it.