Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will take the awesomely named Slowbro to new heights. A new gameplay trailer aired at the 2014 Pokémon World Championships shows Slowbro undergoing a Mega Evolution.
Some of the biggest news items of the week all recapped, including the timed exclusivity deal involving Rise of the Tomb Raider and all the big news coming out of GamesCom.
It’s mostly crickets at Camp Nintendo this week, with only a pair of new Virtual Console games coming to the Wii U, along with a handful of sales and smaller releases for the Big N’s home and portable consoles. But, hey, at least Mega Man makes another appearance!
Sony continues to dominate the sales charts, month in and month out with the PlayStation 4. This axiom holds true for yet another month as the NPD figures for July have rolled out and absolutely nothing surprising about the results.
Evolve gets delayed, Sleeping Dogs is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One, and BioShock finds it way onto mobile devices. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Gamescom, the biggest gaming convention in Europe, will be returning this week to Cologne, Germany. Here are the dates and times for each of the biggest events at the show.
It’s another slow summer week in the Nintendo camp, but at least the Wii U is getting a pair of pretty sweet Virtual Console games featuring a kart racing plumber and the Blue Bomber himself, Mega Man.
Beginning August 27th, the Japanese version of Mario Kart 8 will be updated with tons of new features and content. Nintendo is committed to bringing enhanced gameplay and interactive experiences to Mario Kart 8, in an attempt to maintain consumer appeal and community interest.
GameStop will be improving the trade-in value of their games by 20% beginning August 18th. The new initiative is designed to help give customers more value for their trade-ins and more incentive to buy games while in the store.
Gather round, children, and hear my tale of a bountiful Club Nintendo harvest, featuring eight grand titles from generations past and present, all ready to be played on your Wii, Wii U or 3DS console.
GUTS Department has taken their title Aegis Defenders to the crowd-funding scene. They're looking to gather up some financial resources to help finish producing their unique tactical, side-scrolling, strategy, action-platformer.
PlayStation Now and EA Access go head-to-head this week, while Crytek shutters the doors over Crytek UK and Crytek US. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
The first week of August offers a handful of new titles for both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, but nothing that’s likely to set the world on fire. Get ready for some semi-old-school Mega Man action and a bunch of smaller titles to pad out the roster.
The strong sales isn't just some sort of anomaly that's taking place, it's also attached to market trends that show a strong interest from gamers the world around... if Google Trends are anything to go by.
The video game media landscape continues to shift against the traditional model. Performance ratios are now measured on how much a personality can bring to the site and much can be saved by relinquishing the traditional “fat” of operating a full time site. Well, following in the footsteps of many other major gaming websites out there, GameSpot was recently hit with massive layoffs.