GRIP Games and Teotl Studios announce ‘The Solus Project’

By Staff Reports GRIP Digital s.r.o. and Teotl Studios unveil their forthcoming game ‘The Solus Project‘, which is jointly developed and published by the two companies. ‘The Solus Project‘ is a first-person single-player survival game, headed to PC and as a console exclusive to Xbox One, via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program. With Earth on the…Read moreRead more

Nintendo Transforms Iconic Franchises to Give Players Unique Gaming Experiences

By Staff Reports (BUSINESS WIRE)– This year Mario reaches an impressive milestone in video gaming: 30 years as a leading man in Nintendo’s timeless Super Mario Bros. series. At E3, Nintendo celebrates Mario’s longevity with a new installment in the franchise called Super Mario Maker, one of many games at the show that transforms familiar…Read moreRead more

The Last Guardian Reintroduced to the World at E3 Expo, Given a 2016 Release Window

By Nolan P. Smith The Last Guardian, the next game from the creators of Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, has been a hot button issue for years. Is it still coming out? This year, we heard a rumor that it got the axe… and now at E3, we hear that it is indeed being…Read moreRead more

Final Fantasy VII Remake is FINALLY Happening!

By Nolan P. Smith The remake gamers have been clamoring for since forever is finally going to happen. No, really. Final Fantasy VII is getting remade. We have a trailer to prove it. Details are scarce, just that it is happening, and that the PlayStation 4 will get it first. Check out the trailer below,…Read moreRead more

Rare Replay Brings 30 Games for 30 Dollars to the X-Box One

By Nolan P. Smith Another big announcement for X-Box fans to come out of E3 so far has to be the Rare Replay. The collection, which brings together 30 of Rare’s titles throughout history, hits stores August 4th for the bargain price of 30 bucks. That’s a buck a game! I am a huge fan…Read moreRead more

X-Box One is now X-Box 360 Backwards Compatible

By Nolan P. Smith The E3 Expo hurricane of news has been swirling around all day today, but one of the biggest shock waves felt is that Microsoft’s X-Box One is now backwards compatible… well at least for X-Box preview members. The function will launch fully in the fall, but for right now, X-Box preview…Read moreRead more