Fallout 76’s ‘Perks’ Can’t Be Bought With Real-Life Money

Microtransactions are a popular way for developers and publishers to make money beyond the current sale of the game. Some games do it properly where gamers don’t feel the need to make any purchases, but yet can progress through the game just fine, but there are others in which it is clear that the more you spend, the easier it is to win.

Nintendo Switch Online Subscription Available From Best Buy & GameStop

Nintendo’s Switch online service has been confirmed to launch in the second half of September. For those who are intending on signing up for it, you might be interested to learn that both Best Buy and GameStop are now selling the subscriptions on their respective websites (Best Buy/GameStop).

No Plans To Bring Tomb Raider Onto The Nintendo Switch

The response from developers and publishers to the Nintendo Switch is a very different tone compared to that of the Wii U, where even retailers called its sales “disappointing”. However it seems that despite the Switch’s popularity, not everyone is ready to hop on board the bandwagon just yet.

No, Goku Won’t Be Appearing In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

As far as anime characters are concerned, it’s safe to say that Dragon Ball’s Son Goku is probably one of the more recognized characters in anime history thus far. Now given that Dragon Ball’s popularity doesn’t seem to be waning anytime soon, there are some who no doubt think that it’s a great idea if Goku were to appear in Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.


‘Uncharted’ Movie Close To The Start Of Filming

For years now we have been hearing reports that Sony is interested in making an Uncharted movie, but to date filming has yet to begin. However it seems that we could be getting close. In a report from The Playlist, director Shawn Levy revealed that the movie is getting closer to the start of filming.

Future Bethesda Games Could Still Launch On Steam

Last week Bethesda confirmed that for their upcoming Fallout 76 game, it will not be launched on Steam. Given how there are plenty of Bethesda games on Steam, this did raise some eyebrows as we’re sure some wondered if this could spell the end of Bethesda’s games launching on Valve’s gaming portal.

Pokemon Quest Has Reportedly Earned $8 Million In One Month

2018 is definitely the year for Pokemon fans because not only did the trading feature finally arrive for Pokemon GO, but player battles are also reportedly planned for this year as well. On top of that, there will be two new Pokemon RPG titles coming to the Nintendo Switch, and on top of that Nintendo also launched a new Pokemon Quest game for the Switch and mobile.

DOOM Eternal On The Nintendo Switch Will Run At 30fps

A couple of days ago, Bethesda officially confirmed the next installment in the Doom franchise in the form of DOOM Eternal. The game was announced for multiple consoles which includes the Nintendo Switch, although given that the Switch isn’t as powerful in terms of hardware compared to other consoles, we’re sure some are wondering how the game holds up.

‘Fallout 76’ Will Have Ways Of Dealing With In-Game Griefers

The problem with multiplayer games, especially in MMORPGs is that from time to time you encounter players whose sole purpose is to try and kill you in the game and mess up your experience. This can get rather annoying, although the good news is that over the years, developers have been coming up with different ways to deal with this.

Bethesda Clarifies Its Policy On Selling Used Games

Say you bought a physical copy of a game but never got around to playing it because you didn’t have the time, you forgot, or heard such bad reviews that you couldn’t even be bothered to take it out of its shrink wrap, the box, and its case. So you decide that maybe the best thing to do would be to sell it off, sounds simple enough, right?

The Elder Scrolls: Legends Might Be Skipping The PS4

Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls: Legends was released last year where the game is currently available across multiple platforms including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. However during E3 2018, Bethesda announced that the game would also be making its way onto modern day consoles where it was expected to launch on the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Quake Champions Will Forever Be Free-To-Play

Quake Champions made its exit from the beta stage and landed on Steam Early Access last year. The closed beta went on for quite some time before developer Id Software decided to do this. The game was free-to-play even then but those who wanted to play it through Early Access with all of the champions had to purchase the Champions Pack. The studio later said that the game would be […]

Fortnite Android Beta Lands On Non-Samsung Handsets

Many have been waiting for the Fortnite Android beta to arrive on non-Samsung devices. The Android port of the popular game had been exclusively released for Samsung smartphones for a few days after the Galaxy Note 9’s announcement on August 9th. The beta is now available for devices from other manufacturers but there’s a catch.

Capcom Brings Resident Evil 2’s Lexington Typewriter To Life

For those who have played Resident Evil 2, chances are you might be familiar with the Lexington typewriter from in the game. It is somewhat iconic and if you thought it would be cool to own the typewriter, Capcom is more than happy to oblige as they have brought the Lexington typewriter to life to celebrate the impending launch of Resident Evil 2 Remake.