Paladins: Champions of the Realm is Headed to Console


Paladins, a game that shares a lot of ideas from the ubber-popular Overwatch game, is now coming to the Playstation 4 and XBOX One. Check out the full details below.

Coming from the PS Blog:

1 – It’s Not Another Sci-Fi Shooter
Paladins is set in a fantasy world of ancient technology. Here, you’ll fight your way through the Realm — a world of enchanted forests, ancient temples, medieval castles, and frozen keeps. It’s just like your favorite fantasy books… with a little twist.

2 – There’s a Champion Perfect for You
Do you see yourself as a bad-ass sniper? Or are you more of a mech-riding goblin? Or perhaps you’d rather be a mystical elf, a jetpack-clad dragon, or a bomb golem?

3 – You Can Play How You Want to Play
Ever played a game where you kinda liked one of the characters, but he’d be so much cooler if you could tweak his abilities just a tiny bit? Us too. That’s why we implemented Paladins’ unique collectible card system. You can build your own deck of cards to amplify and augment each Champion’s core set of abilities, so he or she becomes exactly the Champion that you want to play.

4 – It’s Perfect for Console
From day one of development, Paladins was designed with console in mind. We’ve enlisted some big-name console gamers to make sure the control scheme feels just right.

5 – It’s free!
Here’s the deal: Paladins is free, because it sucks to not be able to play video games with your friends. We know that not everyone can afford a $60 video game, so at Hi-Rez Studios, we make our games free. We just want you and your friends to have fun together.

The game looks decent and I will probably give it a whirl when it is released. Players can sign up for the closed beta right now. Click here and register.

Nintendo Uploads New Trailer For Upcoming NES Mini

Nintendo has uploaded a brand new trailer for the upcoming NES mini console so check it out above. Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System arrives in stores on the 11th of November. The unit will retail for $59.99. COUNT US IN Nintendo.

And in case you were wondering, here is the full rundown of games that will be appearing on the system:

Balloon Fight™
Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest™
Donkey Kong™
Donkey Kong Jr. ™
Dr. Mario™
Ice Climber™
Kid Icarus™
Kirby’s Adventure™
Mario Bros. ™
Punch-Out!! ™ Featuring Mr. Dream
Super Mario Bros.™
Super Mario Bros. ™ 2
Super Mario Bros. ™ 3
The Legend of Zelda™
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link™

Michel Ancel Posts Another Beyond Good and Evil 2 Teaser


Oh that Michel Ancel and his teases. Ancel has once again posted another teaser image of what appears to be Beyond Good And Evil 2 related. Although we have not seen or heard of the game lately, it appears as though Ubisoft has been teasing the title more and more lately and we couldn’t be more excited. Beyond Good And Evil 2 has been rumored to be headed to Nintendo’s next home console, codenamed NX, so as soon as we hear something, we will be reporting it.

Make it be Nintendo and Ubi….Make it be.

We expect NX news any day now so keep it here.


Titanfall 2 is upon us my friends and an all new cinematic trailer has arrived. Pilot and Titan unite to overcome overwhelming odds in the highly anticipated Titanfall 2. Experience Titanfall 2’s brand new Single Player campaign dropping on October 28th. I am very eager to see how the single player campaign turns out as I felt this was a HUGE missing part in the first one.

Check out the new trailer everyone. Enjoy.


Here is nearly 2 GORGEOUS minutes of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered for your viewing pleasure. I have nothing but good memories playing this game on the 360 and really hope that Activision decides to bring just this game to PSN (Infinite Warfare still doesn’t excite me all that much). Between this, Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1, gamers will have plenty of war games to go around this Holiday season.

Check out the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered launch trailer and let us know if you plan on picking this up come November.

Paper Mario: Color Splash Commercial

Nintendo has officially shown off the commercial that will be gracing our television sets for promoting their upcoming Wii U title, Paper Mario: Color Splash. Players will be able to “solve the mystery” of Prism Island on October 7th. Early reports of the game have been mostly positive, so we can’t wait to get our hands on it and test it out ourselves. Paper Mario: Color Splash has been praised for its humor and the game looks pretty spectacular if you ask us.

Check out the new commercials (above and below) and let us know if you plan on picking up one of the few titles that will be ever released for the Wii U.


The PS Plus games for October have been revealed for all of Sony’s systems. I am excited to test out Transformers on the PS4 and the rest of the titles don’t look too shabby either. Here are the games that will become available for PS Plus members in October:

Resident Evil, PS4
Transformers: Devastation, PS4
Mad Riders, PS3
From Dust, PS3
Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~, PS Vita
Actual Sunlight, PS Vita

Will you be downloading anything next month?



Famitsu has put together a list of their favorite game developers and you can check out the full rundown below. Nintendo seems to hold a place in the Japanese hearts as they took top honors on the list. 893 people (632 males, 261 females) voted from ages 10~49 who play console games.

Check out the full list below:

1) Nintendo – 455 (860)
2) Square Enix – 294 (413)
3) Capcom – 253 (373)
4) Konami – 179 (323)
5) Sega Games – 159 (203)
6) Pokemon – 158 (280)
7) Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia – 146 (142)
8) Bandai Namco Entertainment – 134 (161)
9) Koei Tecmo Games – 131 (137)
10) Level 5 – 130 (135)
11) Atlus – 109 (100)
12) Spike Chunsoft – 108 (76)
13) LINE – 76 (412)
14) From Software – 63 (34)
15) GungHo Online Entertainment – 54 (147)
16) Nippon Ichi Software – 46 (45)
17) Colopl – 44 (134)
18) Marvelous – 43 (53)
19) Electronic Arts – 42 (26)
19) GREE – 42 (120)
19) Microsoft Japan – 42 (67)

Source via GoNintendo