Battle Royale turned into a mainstream success when PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite took off in 2017, and now that EA has seen just how popular the sub-genre is, the company could be looking into making its very own free-to-play Battle Royale game.
EA and DICE came out of the trench to reaffirm that the information that was originally published about the delay of the Grand Operations mode was incorrect, and the mode will actually be available for all Battlefield V purchasers when the game launches.
Nintendo recently announced that new Nintendo Labo kits are actually inbound and that they will allow gamers to create all new entities, this time around with the latest kits focusing on allowing users to build vehicles.
August is nearly upon us, which means it's time to swap out the roster of Games with Gold for a fresh batch of Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles.
Nintendo has always marched to the beat of its own drum among gaming giants and nowhere is that more clear than with . The company is doubling down on the product, which and allows users to build cardboard kits that turn Nintendo Switch controllers into a variety of things like musical instruments, a house or even a robot pack. In September, Nintendo will release the next generation of Labo kits focused on vehicles like cars, airplanes and submarines. A YouTube video unveiling the new Nintendo Labo kits shows a kid switching between the various steering and control setups within the same game as a vehicle toggles between car, plane and boat. The kits debut Sept. 14 at a cost of $69.99. The kits are essentially Nintendo’s take on augmented reality. The Switch’s tablet-like screen and/or Joycon controllers are dropped into the cardboard contraptions, bringing the player closer to the game, without taking them out of the physical world. Nintendo has struck gold with Switch, and Labo is another way to improve the experience. In September, Nintendo will kick off its paid online service, creating another Switch-related revenue stream. As of the end of Nintendo’s fiscal year in March, the company had . The surging console helped net sales for the company rise 105 percent for the year and boosted profits by more than 500 percent.
Kingdom Hearts 3 will actually contain pre-order bonuses for those who decide to commit to a purchase well ahead of the game's launch, and GameStop in particular is offering up an awesome Disney poster for those of you who enjoy gathering up collectibles through pre-orders.
Overwatch's furry sphere of fighting fury, Wrecking Ball, is now available as a playable character, giving folks a chance to see what it's like to control a tiny hamster who is himself controlling a massive orb of destruction.
If you missed the first few rounds of excitement about , you’ve got another shot at paying a normal price. NES and SNES Classic consoles aren’t always easy to find, but they’re now available from Amazon for and . You can place an order for either right now, though be aware that the NES Classic won’t ship until it’s back in stock on August 12 and the SNES Classic looks like it’ll be back on August 3 — a pretty reasonable wait for a sure thing. Update: It looks like stock of the NES Classic may have already run out in the course of the last few minutes, though the SNES version is still available at its normal retail price of $79.99 (and let’s be real, it was the best console). They seem to be dropping in and out of availability, so try refreshing! When they were first introduced, the reimagined versions of two of the best-loved consoles of all-time arrived to feverish demand. Back in 2016, the NES Classic was difficult to hunt down, and when it hit in August 2017, the SNES followed suit, managing to even outpace interest in its own progenitor. (Naturally, scarcity is the perfect fuel for a nostalgia-powered fire.) Nintendo originally didn’t intend for either console to be restocked indefinitely, but after observing the “” of the retro gaming boxes it decided to keep them around. The consoles reappeared in and but sold out quickly. Even with the repeat appearances, it’s been hard to keep track of when and where the things go on sale. If you’re reading this and you’ve yet to score a one-way ticket to nostalgic 8- or 16-bit euphoria, the Amazon listings look like a sure bet — for the moment, anyhow.
Boasting toy guns, pillow forts and invading monsters, Sleep Tight is a wave-based shooter that fondly recalls what it feels like to be a kid whose mundane world comes to life through the power of imagination.
One of the more surprising things about the Xbox Adaptive Controller is not just its feature set designed to appeal to disabled gamers, but it's also receiving praise for the fact that the entire packaging setup has been designed with disabled gamers in mind, making it both accessible to use and...