“Animal Crossing” Players Awaken From Hibernation As Version 2.0 Update Drops Early

Back in October, Nintendo announced a huge update for Animal Crossing New Horizons, a game that became a huge hit in 2020 when the pandemic struck. The hype began to disappear gradually once updates became scarce and as events became repetitive, but the 2.0 version woke gamers right back up again. It dropped unexpectedly earlyContinue reading ““Animal Crossing” Players Awaken From Hibernation As Version 2.0 Update Drops Early”

Nintendo Announces Massive Update For “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”

Some big changes are coming to your Animal Crossing island. Nintendo announced in their Direct today that players can look forward to many (and I mean many) new updates coming November 5, 2021. Dust off your Switches, gamers. Here’s what you can look forward to next month on New Horizons. Brewster/The Roose update. Players canContinue reading “Nintendo Announces Massive Update For “Animal Crossing: New Horizons””

Nintendo Direct Announces Fresh New Titles Coming To The Switch

On September 23 during it’s livestream event, Nintendo made announcements covering new titles coming to its popular console, the Switch. While some were just updates or expansions to games that were already released, many new titles were released as well to already existing franchises. We have a full list of everything that was announced below,Continue reading “Nintendo Direct Announces Fresh New Titles Coming To The Switch”

Nintendo Finally Finds It’s Competition With Valve Corp’s “Steam Deck”

On Thursday, July 15, video game publisher Valve Corp introduced a new handheld console called the Steam Deck. Closely resembling the Nintendo Switch, the Steam Deck will have the capabilities of a gaming PC and allow users to play high end computer games wherever and whenever. Priced at $399, the Steam Deck will be availableContinue reading “Nintendo Finally Finds It’s Competition With Valve Corp’s “Steam Deck””

“Geeked Week” Final Day Reveals Big Game Adaptations

It’s the final day of Geeked Week and today was all about the game adaptations. Gamers definitely got their juice with these exciting new reveals. Here’s what you might’ve missed today. “Arcane” Fall 2021 “The Cuphead Show” sneak peek “Castlevania” spinoff confirmed “Splinter Cell” anime confirmed “Captain Laserhawk” in production “Far Cry” anime confirmed “Smite”Continue reading ““Geeked Week” Final Day Reveals Big Game Adaptations”

Nintendo Announces New “Pokemon Snap” For The Switch

Long time Pokemon fans will be delighted to hear that the popular franchise will be releasing Pokemon Snap for the Nintendo Switch in the near future. Originally released for the Nintendo 64 in 1999, this game promises to have the same game mechanics and many new Pokemon to take photos of. The game will beContinue reading “Nintendo Announces New “Pokemon Snap” For The Switch”

God of War, a gaming masterpiece

I know what you must be thinking, “Damn Godo, but God of War came out in 2018.” Hush. I finally came around to it a few weeks ago since its been sitting in this huge backlog of games I’ve been meaning to play. Nonetheless, I’m glad it was God of War’s turn. I’m very familiarContinue reading “God of War, a gaming masterpiece”