Nintendo and Xbox have a pretty good relationship – much better than Xbox’s relationship with Sony, anyway. That relationship is why some Microsoft exclusives, like Ori and the Will of the Wisps launched on Switch. Porting Xbox games over to the Nintendo Switch seems like an awesome idea, especially since Nintendo doesn’t seem keen on allowing game streaming to happen anytime soon. But, as it turns out, there might not be any more Xbox Exclusives coming to Nintendo unless the relationship between the two companies blossoms into a full-blown love affair.
This news comes directly from the mouth of Xbox Head, Phil Spencer in an interview with Kotaku. While the previous Xbox-to-Switch ports have been loved and fairly successful, Spencer says that the approach to these ports “doesn’t feel sustainable.” And, it won’t be sustainable, apparently, until Nintendo and Microsoft are able to deliver a full Xbox ecosystem in total partnership.
“In order to really support it, I would want a full Xbox ecosystem somewhere. And that probably means things like Live and Game Pass and...
Activision took a deep step into the battle royale genre when it launched Call of Duty: Warzone, and the game was met with a hell of a lot more success than the last COD battle royal saw. Within weeks the number of players skyrocketed, and Warzone was competing with games like Fortnite, PUBG, and even Apex Legends. Warzone is lacking one big thing, though, and that’s a port for mobile devices, but all of that could change very soon, and we now have proof that Activision is – at the very least – taking the idea into consideration.
A new job listing that has since been removed, appeared on Activision’s website. The job listing said it was looking for someone to work on “WZM” – which is easy to assume is an abbreviation for Warzone Mobile – who would “harvest, adapt, and deliver the essential features from Warzone console and PC into their best mobile instantiation.” This person would also “serve as the primary point of contact on Warzone Mobile leadership team for clarity and...
Dying Light 2 might be well into the development phase despite being delayed, but Techland is still giving Dying Light one a little bit of action. That action comes in the form of the Hellraid DLC, and while we don’t have a specific release date for it yet outside of “summer 2020”, we do have a trailer (seen above) and know a little bit about it.
The Hellraid DLC is actually based on the now-cancelled standalone game that was going to go by the same name. That was supposed to be a first-person fantasy slasher, but now it’s going to be integrated into Dying Light, something that should help ease the delay pain as Techland works to make Dying Light 2 even better.
For now, we know that the Hellraid DLC will expand Dying Light with a new dungeon map that’s full of new enemies. There will also be a plethora of brand-new weapons, and you’ll be able to play alone or in a co-op mode with your buddies. I feel like I should mention that...
When the Fallout 76 Wastelander’s Expansion launched, it came with some new (and much-needed) NPCs, but it also came with a weird bug that allowed NPCs to loot your corpse and steal whatever weapon you were using when you met your untimely demise. This bug, as it’s being called, was discovered by players mid-event who would respawn just to find their weapon and all its ammo nowhere to be found… until they saw the NPC around the corner using their weapon.
Honestly, it feels like this was a feature built into the Wastelanders expansion to make it a little more interesting, and it really did just that. It might be troubling for some, leading folks to complain that they don’t want to use their favorite weapon in events, but it’s also a bit amusing and – to be honest – a little more lifelike for a post-apocalyptic survival scenario. Sure, it sucks to lose a legendary weapon that you spent hours grinding just to get it, but hey, this is the end of the world...
After a less-than-stellar launch, Valve slapped Artifact back on the development board and tried to figure out just how it could be better. Well, a new announcement has been made, and it looks like this time there will be a single-player campaign. The game could have an impressive storyline, especially when the Dota universe is filled with different worlds that’s filled with different characters - each one of them with they’re unique backstory. In the statement, Valve said,
“We are doubling down on that effort through a single-player campaign which will both teach new players the game and continue the story that began with a Call To arms. Tying into our progressions systems, we want people to feel rewarded no matter which way they choose to play the game, whether it be in competitive play or the campaign.”
Valve hasn’t released any details on what direction the game will go or how the single-player campaign will go. There is a lot of pressure, especially after multiplayer failure. We do, however, know that There will...
Before we jump into the latest Lenovo “gaming” laptop, let’s talk about the external GPU.Thunderbolt 3 connections allow the use of external peripherals that wouldn't work via the normal USB connection or the wouldn't work as fast, anyway. The same technology also supports external GPUs or graphic cards that can drastically improve your gaming experience even if your laptop’s hardware can’t.
That's where the Lenovo Y740S comes in. It has been coined as the world's thinnest gaming PC, and technically it is, but it's only a gaming PC when you hook up an external GPU via the aformentioned Thunderbolt 3 connection. For a short business, movie trips, or just a coffee, you can take the laptop with your want to enjoy your time. When you want to play, however, just plug in the external GPU and enjoy high-quality gameplay. This device is connected by a wire, so you don’t need a diploma in IT to use it. The problem with this device is that the external GPU can be costly and that it redues...
Korea’s Game Rating and Administration Committee, as well as the Taiwan Digital Game rating committee, decided on rating the famous Mafia 2 and Mafia 3, the definitive version of both of “gangsters game.”
You may think, “ why should I care?” and you’re right. This rating can mean a slam chance for the remastered version of both games. The games are, probably, one of my favorite series of all times. An open-world, where you can enjoy the gold ages of Mafia, with classic cars, favorite guns, and those good looking outfits. You can follow the story, which will introduce into their ways, or you can find out by yourself, but it will be a lot harder, especially if you’re new into the game.
If you’re looking for a good story, Mafia 2 will do it for you. You’re playing as a veteran, who gets involved in some mafia business to pay off the debs left by his father, you’re getting used to the large incomes and, you’re starting to play on the big leagues, and you...
Legendary Bounty. No. 8 means Etta Doyle must be captured alive to receive any kind of reward, so if you’re the player who shoots first and asks questions later, try to pay more attention and don’t kill the target. She and her gang are robbing people who perform on stages, so Leviticus Cornwall will set a trap-stage which will lure her into robbing again, when she shows up, you take the lead and capture her. It sounds pretty easy, but don't get too excited just yet -- there's always a chance that something will happen to make things that much more difficult. Alongside the new bounty, everyone who logs in until November 11st will get a treasure map and $100.
This is also the last week when you take place in the “Free of the Dark Showdown” event. In this event, you will have to face scary Night Stalkers, far more powerful and fast than anything you ever saw in Red Dead Redemption. These powers come from the skull masks, masks which can be found...
Now that Fortnite Chapter 2 is well under way, many are starting to ask about the competitive season. Well, it’s not quite ready to kick of yet, but Epic has taken the time to lay out some important details to let us know just what to expect and, more specifically, how the competitive season will be handled a little differently. Here’s what you need to know about Fortnite Chapter 2 Competitive Season.
Fortnite Chapter 2 Competitive Season Start Date
The competitive season in Fortnite Chapter 2 starts on
November 1, 2019, so you only have another week to wait or, alternatively, you
only have another week to get your squad into tip-top shape.
Fortnite Chapter 2 Competitive Prize Pool
This competitive season is pretty crazy, with Epic promising
a total price pool of $5 million across all regions and competitions. Keep in
mind that also includes the weekly cash cups and what Epic is calling “platform
How to Join Fortnite Competitive Season
If you want to get in on Chapter 2’s competitive season, you’
need to put in some work. As was the...
Borderland 3 has so mant new features that it takes a lot of time and effort to comprehend all of them. To help make things a little easier, here are a handful of tips and tricks to help smoothen out your initial days playing Borderlands 3.
Mail is Important!
Before jumping into the game, let's talk about the mail that you will receive after completing tasks. To access your inbox, you must enter the ESC menu then the "Social" tab to read, and most importantly claim your rewards: cosmetics and guns - lots of guns.
Some Quests are Worth Doing Later.
Many people will say that is better to do things now than to leave them for tomorrow, well in Borderland 3 it is the opposite. If you're up for a challenge, don't complete your sidequests now, as you can return to them after you end the campaign. The sidequests won't fall behind, as the difficulty will match your actual level.
Storage is the Key to Success
It will be a shame to throw away valuable items from...