Everyone’s favorite yearly beta is back — the Call of Duty multiplayer beta Continue reading Activision has announced the Beta schedule for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Here’s all of the most salient trailers to release this week in one convenient place. Why? Because we love you. Continue reading Weekly Trailer Rewind 9/11/16 – 9/17/16
In the Early hours of North America, Sony in Japan had a pre-Tokyo Game Show Conference that showed off a number of trailers and new announcements. Because this is for the Japanese crowd, it’s very possible some of the announced titles will never reach here, but there are few announcements that is a possibility. Continue reading Sony Pre-Tokyo Game Show Conference Recap
After months of speculation and a soft confirmation back in E3, Sony has finally revealed the PlayStation Neo as PlayStation 4 Pro. Continue reading Recap of the PlayStation Meeting 2016
Here’s all of the most salient trailers to release this week in one convenient place. Why? Because we love you. Continue reading Weekly Trailer Rewind 8/28/16-9/3/16
Activision has spilled out a few new details about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. Continue reading Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered details flood out
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s ‘Zombies in Spaceland’ has officially been revealed via the PlayStation Blog. Continue reading Zombies in Spaceland revealed For Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Many would say that Sony’s Press Conference last year could never be topped with The Last Guardian, Shenmue 3, and Final Fantasy VII Remake. But Sony came out full speed and never slowed down this year. They showed so many spectacular games, most of which, we’ll see within the next 18 months. Continue reading Sony’s E3 Press Conference Recap
If you have been following the E3 2016 festivities, you are well aware of the clinic that Sony put on during their PlayStation press conference on Monday night. The console maker and publisher put its foot on the gas and did not relent for the entirety of the 70 minute runtime. Rather than let suits and developers gush about their games, Sony chose to let the games do the talking.
The industry needs to take note, because Sony just provided the blueprint to the perfect E3 show.