EA has released all new screenshots for Battlefield 1, so check them out above. The game looks downright GORGEOUS and will be the war-themed game I will be picking up later this year. When the original trailer was shown off for Battlefield 1, I was blown away and the internet was chattering how great the game looked.
Battlefield 1 is set to arrive on October 21st (which in only 2 days after my birthday).
The mobile game that is taking the world by storm is now available in Canada. Canadian gamers can now “catch ’em all” as Pokemon GO has hit their mobile app store. Pokemon Go has literally transformed the way how people play on mobile and has been downloaded by a TON of people (which is an understatement). Canadian gamers will no doubt experience some server issues as everyone in the county will be downloading the popular mobile game. Keep at it though as the title is pretty unique and is very fun to play.
Your Universe Awaits my friends in the PS4 exclusive, No Man’s Sky.
There are 18 quintillion planets in the game. Even if each planet was visited at a rate of one per second, it would take five billion years to explore them all – by which the Sun in our solar system would have burnt out, essentially giving the game a near infinite number of worlds to explore!
No Man’s Sky has always caught my attention but I have always wondered if the game would be too expansive to truly enjoy. I hope that this one turns out nice as it seems to be very intriguing….I am just not completely sold on it.
Gamespot has put together a pretty interesting video for the popular mobile title, Pokemon Go, so give it a watch and let us know what you think. Dead bodies being found, wanted criminals being captured, crazy stuff is happening because of Pokemon Go, so let us know what you think of the video.
Pokemon Go has literally taken the world by storm and I do have to say that I am addicted as well. We will be uploading a video soon on my YouTube channel showcasing our family outing so be sure to subscribe.
It looks like Nintendo is going to be playing the nostalgic card later this year as the company has announced that it will be re-introducing the original NES system on November 11th. You are reading this post correct my friends, Nintendo has shared that they will be releasing an all “new” NES system this Holiday season and will come prepackaged with 30 original NES games. The official name of the retro inspired console is the Nintendo Classic Mini.
The Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System comes packaged with an HDMI cable, a USB cable for powering the system*, and one Nintendo Classic Mini: NES Controller. And whether it’s rediscovering an old favourite or experiencing the joy of NES for the first time, the fantastic collection of NES classics included with each and every system should have something for all players. The included titles are:
Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest™
Donkey Kong Jr.
DOUBLE DRAGON II: THE REVENGE
MEGA MAN™ 2
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
The latest Japanese Hardware Sales (followed by last week’s sales) are in so check them out below. Sony’s PS4 lead the way shifting over 22K in units follows by the New 3DS LL. The Wii U seemed to enjoy a healthy boost in sales as Nintendo released a Splatoon bundle which no doubt helped sales.
Check it out below:
PlayStation 4 – 22,717 (23,679)
New 3DS LL – 16,505 (17,648)
Wii U – 15,470 (4,444)
PlayStation Vita – 11,042 (11,461)
New 3DS – 3,284 (4,122)
PlayStation 3 – 1,126 (1,265)
3DS – 670 (718)
3DS LL – 87 (82)
Xbox One – 72 (73)
Screenshots for the all new hero in Overwatch have flooded the internet and you can check out the new hero above. The new hero for Overwatch is Ana is and rumored to be releasing later this month. I have been pretty enamored with the game, so be sure to click here and give my playlist a watch (I am planning on adding a TON of Overwatch content in the coming weeks and months).
Ana is being described as a sniper healer and is actually Pharah’s mother from the game. Check her out and let us know if you plan on playing her.
Pokemon Go is big. I could actually end this article there and it would be enough for this entire story. Pokemon Go is currently being played by over 7.5 MILLION people and it hasn’t even been out for a week. The game skyrocketed to the top of the app store charts and has already become the #1 grossing title as well. The game is so big it has caused Nintendo’s stock to go up in price by a staggering 25%. EVERYONE is playing Pokemon Go and it has only begun. In addition to these crazy downloads, Sensor Tower estimates that Pokémon Go is generating $1.6 million in revenue from iOS in the U.S. alone (this number doesn’t count Android sales).
The reason you keep bumping into other Pokémon Go players is because millions of people are trying to catch ’em all.
Approximately 7.5 million iOS and Android owners have downloaded Pokémon Go in the United States since Wednesday, according to app-market intelligence firm Sensor Tower. The rush to download it (and spend money on it) has pushed Nintendo’s stock up 25 percent on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The location-based augmented reality game puts digital pocket monsters into your real world using GPS data, which requires you to get out of the house and go walking to get the most from the mechanics. It is only out in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand — and it is coming to Europe and Asia in the next few days, according to The Pokémon Company. But while the rest of the world waits, Poké-trainers that do have access to the app have made it the No. 1 game in terms of downloads and revenues in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand. Mobile gaming is a $36.9 billion business, but something like Pokémon Go could fuel further growth as it attracts different people to its appealing brand and different style of gameplay.
In addition to the downloads, Sensor Tower estimates that Pokémon Go is generating $1.6 million in revenue from iOS in the U.S. alone. That doesn’t even include Android. When you look at all three active territories and all platforms, the number is huge.
“Pokémon Go as so far managed to generate $14.04 million across mobile platforms since its release,” SuperData Research analyst Joost van Dreunen said in a statement. “[This puts] it ahead of other titles using the franchise, including Pokémon Shuffle Mobile which has earned an estimated $14.03 million since its release in August 2015.”
Does anyone else think World of Final Fantasy looks insanely gorgeous? I am very intrigued but this game and I am excited to hear and see more every time something pops up. World of Final Fantasy was first introduced last year and I instantly was hooked by its art style and direction. I know I read that some people hate the “chibi-style” but I think it looks pretty sweet. Even though the video is in Japanese, it still should give you an idea on how combat will work.