It’s almost time. Sony will showcase PS5 games for the first time in a live stream on June 4th at 4 PM ET. It follows a recent report that Sony was set to pull back the curtain on some next-generation titles next week. Continue reading Sony will show off more than an hour of PS5 games on June 4th
Its user base is already a quarter the size of ‘Fortnite.’
Over the past few months, the wildest rumors in video game industry circles haven’t involved the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Two. The most interesting chatter has centered on a tech company that’s been quietly making moves to tackle video games in a big way: Google, the conglomerate that operates our email, our internet browsers, and much more. Continue reading Sources: Google Is Planning A Game Platform That Could Take On Xbox And PlayStation
Grand Theft Auto V has been criticized for depicting torture, graphic sex, and misogyny. But it’s recently been revealed that the controversial game is now the most moneymaking entertainment title of all time — and that’s including movies and video games. Continue reading ‘GRAND THEFT AUTO V’ HAS MADE MORE MONEY THAN ANY MOVIE OR VIDEO GAME EVER
NBA 2K17 released its newest trailer today, previewing the game’s new features and the league’s biggest stars on their new teams.
Whereas the upcoming Nintendo and Sega mini consoles each offer dozens of built-in classic video games (30 and 80, respectively), true retro gaming nirvana lies within the cabinets of Bespoke Arcades‘ amazing machines, which all come with more than 800 games.
Yesterday Australia’s Feliks Zemdegs managed to break the world record for solving a 7×7 Rubik’s Cube in just over two minutes and twenty-three seconds. For those of us who still have trouble just zipping up a jacket, watching him spin and unscramble this cube is incomprehensible.