It looks like Canada is set to have a home team to root for during the second season of The Overwatch League, with the fourth slot in the ongoing six-team expansion going to Toronto.
Now that Blizzard has officially unveiled Diablo III for the Nintendo Switch, we've now learned that the game will come with specially designed items made exclusively for the Nintendo Switch, including items from The Legend of Zelda.
With Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate set to launch on the Nintendo Switch at the end of the month, folks eager to learn how the game plays on the new hardware can try out a trio of hunts right now courtesy of a freshly launched demo.
With summer coming to a close and the crowded fall season about to kick off, the PlayStation camp is aiming to beef up your backlog with a rather sizable "Attack of the Blockbuster Sale."
According to a recent interview by one of the designers at Arkane Studios, if you were hoping to get more Dishonored and to experience more of the gritty world of Dunwall, you're going to be very disappointed to know that there aren't any plans for a Dishonored 3 anytime...
The latest trailer for Battlefield V has rolled out, boasting plenty of explosive firefights, crumbling buildings and a distinct focus on vehicles both on land and in the air.
Just a few months back, Niantic added its first “Special Research” to Pokémon GO. Sort of like an in-game quest, the research had players complete a series of tasks (often over a number of days) to unlock an otherwise unobtainable Pokémon. Now they’re back with another one. The company will be adding a second Special Research quest to the game on August 20th. Whereas the last set unlocked Mew from the first generation of Pokémon games, this one brings out Gen II’s Celebi. This technically isn’t the first time Celebi has appeared in GO — attendees of GO Fest back in July got an early crack at a Special Research quest specifically tailored to the event, with the final reward being the opportunity to catch Celebi a solid month before anyone else. Though a bummer to anyone who couldn’t make it to Chicago, it was a fitting way to debut Celebi. Celebi has almost always been an “event” Pokemon in the original series, meaning you had to do something special to encounter one. Depending on the game, sometimes that meant going to a physical, real-world event; sometimes it just meant having the right pre-order disc. Those who already did the GO Fest research will also be able to do this public run of the Special Research, earning a bit more candy for the Celebi they’ve already caught. And if you haven’t finished the first (Mew) Special Research yet? That’s okay — they can run in parallel. These Special Research quests are a clever way for Niantic to keep things interesting. It turns the process of catching one particularly worthwhile Pokémon from something that might take 10 seconds into something that might spread into hours or days (depending on how intense you get about it). I just wish there were more of them, even if they were only for big lumps of XP. Though it’s smart for Niantic to keep them rare and special, these multi-stage tasks are a bit more rewarding than the one-off quick tasks you get anytime you spin a Pokéstop.
Over the last 20 years, one of the key executives at Electronic Arts has helped curate, form, develop, and chisel out a reputation for the company as one of the premiere AAA publishers working in the industry. However, after putting in 20 years with the company, this key executive is stepping...
THQ Nordic has announced that, after the Timesplitters franchise has been left dormant under the intellectual property wing of Crytek, the company has acquired the rights to the Timesplitters trilogy. And, this spells good news for fans of the sci-fi shooting game.
One game collector in particular paid an insane amount of money in order to acquire an original Pokemon collector's edition booster box, and the price will likely make some gamers' heads spin.