The Game Awards 2018

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The Game Awards Viewership Hits 26 Million

The power of Joker in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The Game Awards this year was an incredible event, with a whole bunch of great announcements, and some fantastic production values. Thankfully, it looks like producer Geoff Keighley’s efforts into making the event the premier awards ceremony for the gaming industry every year are beginning to pay off.  Speaking on Twitter, Keighley revealed that to...[Read More]

Microsoft Exec: I Never Thought I Would See PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo On the Same Stage

Aaron Greenberg lauds The Game Awards for bringing the heads of all three companies together on the same stage. The Game Awards ceremony this year was very well put together- it was well rehearsed, it was well paced, and it had some really good reveals and announcements. One of the highlights of the show came near the very beginning of the show, when Shawn Layden (head of PlayStation), Reggie Fils...[Read More]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Joker Announcement Is Indicative Of Nintendo’s DLC Strategy For The Game, Says Exec

“I hope the fans are excited by the announcement of Joker. I hope they’re looking forward to the future announcements.” Last night, Nintendo made arguably the biggest announcement at The Game Awards, when they confirmed that Joker from Persona 5 will be joining the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster as the very first DLC character for the game. It was something that, if you will excuse my saying so...[Read More]

Sony Boss Shawn Layden Teases Announcements For Next Year

Sony fans may not have to wait long for some new news to come from the house of PlayStation. Sony’s been extremely quiet lately. They didn’t hold a PlayStation Experience event this year. They’ve announced they are not going to be at E3 next year. Last night, at The Game Awards, Microsoft and Nintendo both made new announcements, but Sony didn’t. What’s going on? Why are they so quiet? While there...[Read More]

Xbox Head Phil Spencer Thinks 2019 Will Be An Even Better Year For Xbox

Phil Spencer promises an even better 12 months for Xbox fans than 2018 proved to be. Suffice it to say, 2018 actually went by reasonably okay for Microsoft. While 2017 mostly saw Xbox at its nadir as a console brand right until the end of the year, when the Xbox One X launched and revitalized the console family, this year benefitted from the strong momentum the Xbox One X gave the brand, as well a...[Read More]

The Pathless Reveal Trailer Showcases Another Beautiful World From ABZU Studio

Giant Squid’s next game stars a hunter and her eagle battling corrupt creatures on a cursed island. Of the many titles announced at The Game Awards 2018, including Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds and NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat 11, you’d think some games would struggle to maintain a presence. Giant Squid, better known for creating the incredible ABZU, didn’t face that problem though. It debuted The Pa...[Read More]

Death Stranding Team “Working Hard On Development”

We may not have gotten a trailer at The Game Awards, but the studio is working hard on development, Though there was plenty of speculation that Death Stranding would receive a trailer at The Game Awards this year, Hideo Kojima dashed those hopes when he confirmed that he wouldn’t be at the event. Regardless, given his famous friendship with The Game Awards producer Geoff Keighley and the fact that...[Read More]

Monster Hunter World Producer “Will Make Everyone Happy” With Next Announcement

The announcement will be made in a “few days” according to Ryozo Tsujimoto. If you’ve enjoyed Capcom’s Monster Hunter World, it’s hard to fault it for pretty much anything. The gameplay is incredible, the mechanics are solid, there’s plenty of content to play through and the hunts can be fairly varied. However, after Behemoth launched several months ago, we haven’t been seeing much by way of new m...[Read More]

Stranger Things 3: The Game Is A 16-Bit Beat ‘Em Up

The retro-styled isometric beat ’em up will tie in with the Netflix show’s upcoming third season. Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer took to the stage at The Game Awards last night to announce a new game tied in with their show, with a reveal trailer to go along with the announcement (which you can view below). Stranger Things 3: The Game will, as its name suggest, tie in with the upcom...[Read More]

Fortnite: Battle Royale Map Adds The Block for Player Creations

Epic will select the best content from Creative Mode and plop it right down into the Battle Royale map. Fortnite’s Creative Mode, wherein each player get their own private island to do as they please, is a fairly ambitious undertaking. However, Epic Games is stepping up the level of player-created content even further by introducing The Block onto the Battle Royale map. Replacing Risky Reels, The ...[Read More]

Persona 5’s Joker is First DLC Fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The leader of the Phantom Thieves will bring his Persona to the Smash roster next year. Persona 5’s Phantom Thieves invaded the Microsoft Theater but the spotlight was firmly on Joker, the protagonist and leader. But why? Of course to reveal that Joker would be the first DLC character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. With the ability to summon his Persona, Joker further reinforces the “Everyone is h...[Read More]

RAGE 2 Releases on May 14th 2019, Chaotic New Gameplay Revealed

Scope out the various localities and characters in RAGE 2’s manic open world. RAGE 2, developed collaboratively by id Software and Avalanche Studios, received a new gameplay trailer at The Game Awards 2018. It featured the player roaming across the various vistas in the world, killing things left and right. Suffice it to say, the combat and graphics look pretty good. More importantly, RAGE 2 has a...[Read More]

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