Skybound Wants 100% Of Telltale Staff To Complete The Walking Dead

Recently it was confirmed that Skybound would be taking over the development duties of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead series following the studio’s announcement that they would be shutting down. The announcement was sudden which led to many wondering about the state of some of the studio’s games that have yet to be completed.


ALPS Haptic Reactor Quadra Will Probably Power Your Next-Gen Gaming Controller

Few people know this, but 80% of game controllers use at least one ALPS component, like their directional joystick controller. The Haptic Reactor is a force-feedback vibration device that just got upgraded and demonstrated at CEATEC 2018.


New Red Dead Redemption 2 Trailer Released

Rockstar has a couple of franchises under their belt that have been very well received, such as Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption, the latter of which many have been anticipating its sequel for quite a while now. The good news is that the game will be released soon but in the meantime it looks like gamers can check out the game’s newest launch trailer in the video above.


PowerA Unveils Diablo Themed Nintendo Switch Controllers

Many have praised the Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Cons which despite looking pretty small, actually turn out to be quite pleasant to use. However we imagine that there are probably many gamers who can appreciate larger gamepads, like the Switch’s Pro Controller for instance. If that’s your preferred method of gaming, then PowerA might have something for you.


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Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Reportedly Earned $500 Million In 3 Days

Games like Call of Duty are released on an almost-annual cycle which has many wondering if maybe gamers could eventually get sick of it. Turns out that despite having been going on for so many years, gamers still love their Call of Duty because according to the official announcement, the game has managed to make $500 million in the first three days of its release.


Bethesda & Microsoft Come Down Hard On Gamer Who Broke Fallout 76 NDA

NDAs are serious things and breaking them can have serious consequences. This is because sometimes NDAs are put into place to prevent information from being leaked to a competitor who might then try to come out with a product before the company does. It can also sometimes paint the product in a bad way, especially if it is a prototype or beta that is being shown.


Obsidian ‘Very Doubtful’ They’ll Be Working On Future Fallout Titles

Fallout: New Vegas is one of the more loved titles in the Fallout franchise and was developed by the folks at Obsidian. However if you are hoping that Obsidian might return for a Fallout: New Vegas 2 or another Fallout title in general, it seems that you probably shouldn’t get your hopes up just yet.


Blizzard Address Diablo Rumors Ahead Of BlizzCon 2018

BlizzCon 2018 is coming up and this year it seems that we might be getting more Diablo-related announcements compared to the previous year. Blizzard had previously confirmed that they had multiple Diablo projects in the works which we imagine we will hear about at the event, and recent speculation has even suggested that we might hear about Diablo 4.


Limited Edition Xbox One X Starts Up With Taco Bell’s Famous ‘Ring’

Microsoft and Taco Bell have teamed up for a promotion which gives fans a chance to win a limited edition Xbox One X. It’s going to be a special console in that it will play Taco Bell’s famous “ring” when it’s powered on. This is the first such partnership of its kind that we have seen from Microsoft for its Xbox consoles.


Fortnite PS4 Pro Resolution Boosted To 1440p

Fortnite received Update 6.10 yesterday and there’s a surprise in there for PlayStation 4 Pro owners. Most players don’t really read the changelogs so they don’t know the full extent of changes that a new patch like this brings. There’s one key addition in this patch that PlayStation 4 Pro owners will particularly like. Epic Games has boosted the Fortnite PS4 Pro resolution from 1080p to 1440p.


Spider-Man DLC Arrives On PS4 Next Week

The new Spider-Man game for PlayStation 4 has been very well received. It has got glowing reviews and players seem to love it. They now have something to look forward to next week as the first part of the DLC for this title is due this coming Tuesday. The DLC itself is called The City That Never Sleeps.


Crysis, Crysis 2, Crysis 3 Now Backwards Compatible With Xbox One

Back in the day, Crytek’s Crysis franchise was a popular game amongst PC gamers, namely due to the fact that they generally required pretty high-end gaming hardware, and was frequently used to benchmark computers, although the game eventually made its way onto the last-generation consoles.


Battlefield V Single-Player Trailer Released

While games like Call of Duty and Battlefield are known for their multiplayer aspects, there are some gamers who do appreciate being able to play a single-player campaign every now and then. While Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 dropped its single-player mode, EA’s Battlefield V has not.


Despite Nintendo’s Legal Victory, Japan’s Faux Mario Kart Continues To Operate

For those who have visited Tokyo or Osaka, you might be familiar with or have at least seen people dressed in costumes from the Mario franchise driving around the streets in go karts. You could almost be fooled into thinking that this was some kind of official Mario Kart service provided by Nintendo, but it isn’t.