There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the sequel to the PlayStation 4 hit, The Last Of Us. While there has been some chatter about the supposed sequel, Naughty Dog has yet to come right out and confirm all of the rumors flying around.
It's great that games like Ratchet And Clank and Crash Bandicoot have made their pay to the PS4, and it seems like every day there's another backwards compatible Xbox game. But these are five games I feel like need to finally come to the next-gen consoles.
The first time I played Silent Hill, the very first game in the series. I was not prepared. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. But after years of playing, I think it's only fair that I let first-timers know exactly what they're getting into, with this list of tips.
It's really no surprise that Pokemon Go drains your phone's battery to death. With the AR technology and the GPS-like system, it takes a lot for your phone to make this app work. So we decided to put together the three battery devices we thought might help out the dedicated Pokemon Go player.
Way back when you first got your gamertag, you might've been excited to score such a perfect username for the Xbox. It fit you completely. But now you've been in college and homework has been piling high and you've been unable to play your Xbox in a while. Well, now time away from your Xbox could mean losing your gamertag.
While the chatter for Pokemon Go has died down a little bit, people are still playing the overly popular mobile game. But as a Pokemon Go player, there are some thing you probably shouldn't do when you're playing. While these may seem like no-brainers, it's no surprise that many people fail to follow these rules.
No Man's Sky has been one of the most highly anticipated independent games this summer not just for its vibrant art style, but also for how massive and ambitious the game seems to be. And when the game releases next month, you won't have to have a PlayStation Plus subscription to play it.
It was recently learned that the upcoming movie, The Woods, is actually going to be a sequel to the ground-breaking horror film, The Blair Witch Project. With the string of narrative horror games that have been revealed recently, I feel like a story based on The Blair Witch Project would be a fantastic addition to the horror gaming genre, for a number of reasons.
The creators who brought you Sonic Colors and Sonic Generations is finally coming out with a new game to celebrate Sonic's 25th Anniversary, called Project Sonic. And it will be the hedgehog's return to the 3D platformer world.
Had enough of Sonic Boom? Well, you're in luck because in celebration of Sonic The Hedgehog's 25th anniversary, the Sonic team has just announced a new "passion project" that could fans of the classic Sonic games very, very happy.
It's no surprise that most of the country has Pokemon Go Fever, and that includes businesses that have no relation to gaming whatsoever. We've reported on pizzerias taking advantage of the game as well as humane societies using it for a good cause, but now the LA Zoo is jumping on the bandwagon to get their community involved.
Pokemon Go has been called both a nuisance to society and a savior for those looking for an escape from the real world. But the developer, Niantic Labs, has come forward to say what they hope people get out of the insanely-popular Pokemon game.
__WARNING: _STRANGER THINGSSPOILERS AHEAD! \_Last Fall, I did an article about the movie Krampus and how it reminded me so much of a Silent Hill movie, or what the Silent Hill movie should have been. Well now, something else has tickled my fancy and this time it's one of Netflix's original TV series---and it's fantastically terrifying with proven Silent Hill inspiration.
While the summer has proven to be GameStop's slower season in video games, Pokemon Go has given the store a reason to open its doors and welcome customers, and this weekend, GameStop wants you to go to your local store.
Recently, we reported that Nintendo was releasing a smaller version of the NES console built in with pre-installed games, and now Nintendo has released a spiffy new trailer that shows off all of the 80s-inspired nostalgia of the mini console.
We recently reported on a cafe in Japan that was going to be completely themed after the lovable Nintendo character, Kirby, and now that cafe has released a menu. And the menu includes a number of delectable Kirby treats.