Season passes are the black sheep of the gaming community. They deviously pry into our collective wallets in search of our precious cash, often in exchange for content we don’t fully understand. This earns them a spot atop our hit lists, and whenever a new pass is announced we grab our torches and pitchforks and set out to pillage the internet with angry comments across the datascape. The only thing that rivals the ire that season passes draw is, arguably, Nintendo. And luckily for us, these two juggernauts of vitriol crossed paths when Nintendo announced a season pass for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
With the launch of the Nintendo Switch mere weeks away, one pressing question continues to pop up concerning the system. What games can we expect on the system going forward? IGN offers an answer in their video spotlighting 61 titles confirmed for the Switch. Continue reading IGN Video Spotlights 61 Titles Coming for the Nintendo Switch
In a bit of unexpected, but perhaps inevitable news, Sony has announced they will be discontinuing PlayStation Now support for a number of devices going forward. Continue reading PlayStation Now Becomes PlayStation No More for PS3, Vita, and Sony TV Owners
For many gamers having the opportunity to appear in an adored franchise would be a dream come true. But what happens when the role offered doesn’t quite measure up in scope or significance expected? Continue reading Kumail Nanjiani Joins Mass Effect Andromeda Voice Cast
Invader Studios once garnered attention with its fan-made remake of Resident Evil 2 — until Capcom stepped in, ending that project. Now it aims to charge forward with a new IP of its own with Daymare: 1998. Continue reading Invader Studios Launch Daymare: 1998 Kickstarter
Fans of Mafia III will have even more missions with Lincoln Clay when its first story DLC launches next month. Continue reading Mafia III Urges Gamers to go Faster, Baby! With Story DLC launching next month
After a long hiatus and much fan demand, the original Sony mascot Crash Bandicoot returns updated this summer in a remastered collection. Continue reading Crash Bandicoot returns to PlayStation this summer with N.Sane Trilogy