It's the question on everyone's minds at Nintendo pulls down its banners and starts heading home after E3 2018, is this it for 3DS? While Reggie has been adamant from Switch's Day One that he will continue to support the 3DS throughout Switch's lifetime, this year's gaming expo certainly didn't hold true to his promises. It might be time to start retiring the dual screen life we've all become accustomed to. That being said, there's still plenty of life left in the pocket-sized console.
Nintendo have historically been hostile towards third party development, going so far as sealing the fate of Wii U in its lack of library and walled off development network. That all seems to have changed with the Switch, however.
Sure, A Way Out isn’t the heart-wrencher we were all expecting but there are touching moments that are certainly emphasised by the cooperative nature of the game. I wouldn’t say I feel for these characters, however. Rather I feel for the person I’m looking out for over chat.
WhatCulture Gaming recently released a video entitled "Vicarious Visions Admit They Botched The Crash N.Sane Trilogy". Let's talk about that.
How you can get your voice out there, and more importantly, how to get people to listen to your video game reviews.
March Video Game Blog Round Up: Replay - From how Horizon Zero Dawn has kept a firm grasp on our hearts and hands, to a reader discussion on the games we had to give just one more try to like, we have rounded up our favourite musings of the past month to present here to you guys.
Finding good video game writing on the web is by no means a difficult task. There are millions of video game blogs online ready and waiting for your perusal, which is why every month we select our favourite reading experiences based on a monthly topic. This month, with the Nintendo Switch's focus on social play... Continue Reading →
As YouTube salaries rise and print media jobs run thin, it's time to take a look at the video game review industry and decide whether it's just easier to find great games by watching someone else play them. Back in the days before the Lets Play revolution, buying a game based on watching someone else... Continue Reading →
A 96.5% vote far exceeded the 75% boundary which would see video game voice actors strike in demand of an employment situation more reflective of their efforts. After some failed negotiations with companies in February and June, SAG-AFTRA sent vote cards to its members on 16th September asking for their permission to threaten companies with... Continue Reading →