Tokyo Game Show 2019 – Final Fantasy VII: Remake

Video game trade shows and conventions are something of a big deal. Whether it’s E3, PAX, or Game Developer’s Conference, there’s almost always something to look forward to. Many of the biggest publishers and development teams use these presentations to show off the latest footage for their projects or even to reveal new ones altogether. …

New Final Fantasy VII Remake Cast Announced

When the Final Fantasy VII remake is released, our favorite characters will sound a lot different. The cast has received an overhaul, with Supergirl’s Tyler Hoechlin as the iconic Sephiroth – taking over from another noted Superman actor, George Newbern, thus giving this recasting an almost poetic nature. In addition, Briana White will play Areth, …

Team Cherry Teases Hollow Knight Update Featuring Hornet

The first, long-awaited reveal of the upcoming Hornet DLC for video game Hollow Knight is incoming. The Australian developers, Team Cherry, have posted this in all their social media. Fans of Hollow Knight, the acclaimed cute-yet-dark Metroidvania platformer, were already aware that a Hornet DLC has been in development for a while. It was one of …

Sony Finally On Board With Cross-Play Starting Today

Resistance was futile, as it seems, because Sony has finally caved on their stance on allowing the PlayStation 4 to be integrated into cross-play. Earlier this morning, a post went up on the official PlayStation blog confirming such: “Following a comprehensive evaluation process, SIE has identified a path toward supporting cross-platform features for select third-party …

PlayStation Classic Announcement

In November 2016, Nintendo launched the incredibly popular, and ludicrously hard to find, NES Classic. This system had no option of preorder, so when it hit the shelves it was gone within minutes. This isn’t anything new; hot items often become unavailable with a quickness; that’s what makes them hot. After they initially hit stores, …

REVIEW: Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018)

Played on PlayStation 4 Pro for review Marvel’s Spider-Man was developed by Insomniac Games (Ratchet and Clank, Sunset Overdrive) exclusively for the Sony PlayStation. The story follows our favorite wall-crawler, 8 years into his tenure, as a new villain threatens the city and pushes Peter to his physical and mental limits. To say that I’ve been …