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Portal Knights Villainous Update Lands Around September 6th; Switch Version at a Later Date

The Portal Knights team has been very active on social media ever since the game originally launched, and now that things are up and running on every platform imaginable - Steam, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android - the team is busy pumping out content updates to support the ever growing fan base. Although these updates are not coming as fast as fans would like - and I'm sure the Portal Knights development team would like to see certification faster as well - when they do ...


Human: Fall Flat for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 Gets An Online Multiplayer Mode

Human: Fall Flat, a physics based puzzle platformer, received a free online multiplayer update recently. The update is for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch version of the game. The PC version received this update last year. Check out a video for the update below. I have never played Human: Fall Flat, but it looks like a really neat game. And now 8-player multiplayer has been added to the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and Xbox One versions of…


Darkseid Invades Lego DC Super Villains This October

In the newest Lego DC Super Villains trailer, Darkseid and his home Apokolips, two Jack Kirby creations, show up to wreck (improve?) everyone’s day! Check out the trailer and then some thoughts from me. Its hard for me to explain how excited I am for Lego DC Super Villains. Even more so, I’m excited for the appearance of Darkseid and Apokolips in the game. Jack Kirby is one of the greatest comic book creators ever. Jack and Stan Lee created…


Ubisoft Launches New Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Trailers at Gamescom

Gamescom 2018 is in full swing, and Ubisoft kept up with everyone else yesterday and launched two new trailers for Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which is due out later this year on October 5th.


More Announcements from Xbox at Gamescom

Microsoft treated fans in Germany, and around the world, with a ton of news via a special Xbox event broadcasted on Mixer this morning (eastern time). On top of a new Xbox bundle and PUBG exiting early access and getting a full release, the company announced a number of other great things, many of which were a complete surprise! We've got a rundown list of all the announcements below!


Press Release: Indie Action RPG ‘Underworld Ascendant’ Gets PC Release Date/Console Versions

Underworld Ascendant has been given a release date for PC and console versions of the game have been announced. Check out the press release below. “CALABASAS, Calif. – Aug. 20, 2018 – Underworld Ascendant, the fan-funded action RPG from independent game studio OtherSide Entertainment, co-founded by Paul Neurath (Ultima Underworld, Thief) and Warren Spector (Deus Ex, Epic Mickey), will descend onto Steam for PC Thursday, November 15, 2018 for $29.99 USD, published by 505 Games. ...


Turtle Beach Stealth 300 Review

Thanks to our good friends at Turtle Beach, we had the opportunity to use the Turtle Beach Stealth 300 for a few months, and have thoroughly enjoyed our experience with it. Although we weren't crazy about everything the headset had to offer, it was a quality product for a great price, and anyone looking for that entry level headset would be well serviced by this device. Let's dive in!


More Thoughts From Me #132: Lego (DC) Villains Attack!

Traveler’s Tales always does a great job with the LEGO games. Soon there will be another game added to the franchise: Lego DC Super-Villains! This one is a bit different though! Why? Lets take a look at Lego DC Super-Villains! Lego DC Super-Villains looks like it’ll be a little different from the usual Lego video games. In all the Lego games so far, you started out playing as one of your favorite heroes (or characters from a movie like Star…


Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Naval Combat

All this month, IGN has been releasing videos around the upcoming launch of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, and although the game doesn't seem to be getting as much attention as when Assassin's Creed Origins launched - due perhaps to the similar nature of both games - there still seems to be plenty to get excited about. Let's take a look at some of the recent news: Naval Combat.


No Man’s Sky Vastly Improved with NEXT Update

When we originally reviewed No Man's Sky on the PS4, we said the game had tons of potential but was plagued by problems that made coming back day after day a chore, rather than a delight. With the NEXT update, and improved to run perfectly on the Xbox One X, No Man's Sky has a new lease on life, and I for one couldn't be more happy!