Switch owners are going to catch hell on November 10, when Doom makes its first appearance on a Nintendo console in ages. While it won’t run as fast as its console cousins, word is it’s just as smooth.
A new South Park game awaits just over the horizon, along with WWE 2K18 and another Gran Turismo-lite.
Ahh, fall. The time for pumpkin spice lattes, long walks amongst colorful autumn trees, and watching scary movies underneath the safety of your favorite blanket. It’s also the time for some big releases in video games.
Who’s ready to make some friends?
Sometimes you gotta drive fast, on wet roads, cause that’s the only way to show off just how amazing the physics engine is.
Another year. Another Pro Evolution Soccer. Another FIFA. The leaves are falling and soccer balls are in the air.
Monster Hunter World arrives on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One worldwide on January 26, with the PC version coming later. Along with the standard release there’ll be a $69.99 digital deluxe edition with extra cosmetic items and a $149.99 physical collector’s edition with art book and statue.
Fall starts later this week. The kids are back at school. And you can once again find Captain America shield-bashing the little tin knight from Ghosts ‘n Goblins.
In the year 2017, we are blessed with a new Metroid game—kinda.
Some habits are hard to kick.
We already have more awesome games than we can possibly play, so why not add a bunch more? Here’s all the big games coming out this summer.
Hiveswap: Act 1, the long awaited Homestuck game, releases on September 14th. It also finally has a trailer, which, unsurprisingly, features great music and slick animation.
Summer must be winding down because the release schedule is starting to ramp up. Knack II is just around the corner!
Fire Emblem’s greatest heroes get their Musou on when Fire Emblem Warriors for Nintendo Switch launches October 20. It’s the latest step in Koei Tecmo’s plan to make everything Dynasty Warriors. It’s a good plan.
The Crew 2 is coming to you via land, sea and air on March 16, 2018 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Ubisoft revealed the released date via this speedy trailer, along with a link for players to sign up for future beta access. Here is that link. Vroom.
What a time to be alive! People want more Uncharted and Naughty Dog didn’t have to go and create an entirely new game to deliver it.
It’s time to settle the age old debate about whether Sonic was actually fun or just something we all pretended to like to piss off our friends.
The Fullbright Company’s long awaited follow-up to Gone Home arrives this week. In it you explore the mysterious interiors of a space vessel haunted by the extras from Tron. I’m sure it won’t be scary at all.
Eleven years later, fans will once again be able to return to Final Fantasy XII’s vast, MMO-inspired fields and dungeons in HD and with a lot less jagged edges.
It’s the start of July and release schedule has gone on vacation. Unless awkward party games are your thing, in which case That’s You! has things covered.