Metal Gear Solid 1 And 2 Could Be Coming To PC
If you’re a fan of the Metal Gear Solid series and would love to play the games on your PC, you could be in luck because according to reports made on the Resetera forums, it would appear that both Metal Gear Solid 1 and Metal Gear Solid 2 are reportedly being planned for a release on the PC.

Some People Are Accidentally Ordering The Xbox One Instead Of Xbox Series X
So pre-orders of the Xbox Series X and Series S have gone live and as expected, many have rushed to online retailers to place their orders. Some customers have struggled with their orders due to the rush of thousands of others hoping to snag a unit upon release, but some have found the process a bit too easy.

Microsoft Still Plans To Bring Xbox Game Pass Ultimate To The iPhone
The other day, Microsoft officially launched Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on Android. This basically allows Android gamers to stream Xbox games on their Android mobile devices, but the question remains – what about iPhone users? The good news for iPhone users is that Microsoft has not given up yet.

Future Bethesda Games On Non-Xbox Consoles Will Be On A ‘Case-To-Case’ Basis
Microsoft recently announced their plans to acquire Bethesda. This is actually a rather interesting announcement, especially when in recent times, it’s starting to feel like Bethesda has grown a lot closer with Sony. This is because the company plans to release two timed-exclusives for the upcoming PS5 console.

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Xbox Remote Play Now Available On Android Devices
Are you looking to stream your Xbox games on your mobile device? If you are, then you’ll be very happy to learn that Microsoft has finally made its remote play app available to all Android users. Prior to that, the app was only available to Insiders, but now it seems that the company is rolling it out to everyone.

Microsoft Just Bought Bethesda
Microsoft has recently announced that they will be acquiring ZeniMax Media and its game publisher Bethesda. Yup, it seems that the company responsible for some pretty major games like the Elder Scrolls series, Doom series, Wolfenstein, and Fallout will soon be under the umbrella of Microsoft.

This Is What You’ll Need To Run Cyberpunk 2077 On Your PC
Are you looking forward to playing CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 on your computer? If you are, then you might want to take note of these PC hardware requirements that the company has recently published. What’s surprising though is that despite it being a modern title, the requirements don’t seem particularly outrageous.

It Looks Like The Nintendo 3DS Has Been Discontinued
When the Nintendo Switch was first launched, many wondered about the fate of the 3DS handheld console from the company. After all, the Switch offered similar portability features, but could play more modern games. However, at that time the company stated that they would continue making 3DS consoles.

PS5 Won’t Have Backwards Compatibility With PS3 Or Older
For gamers who want to enjoy a massive library of games, it seems that Microsoft’s Xbox Series X could be the console to get. This is because the console will support backwards compatibility with games going back as far as the original Xbox as long as those games were already backwards compatible on the Xbox One X.

Xbox Series X, Series X Will Be Available For Pre-Order Next Week
If you’re looking forward to Micorosft’s next-gen consoles, the Xbox Series X and the Series S, then you might be pleased to learn that you’ll be able to pre-order yourself a unit starting next week on the 22nd of September. Both consoles are expected to be released on the 10th of November 2020.

Spider-Man’s Tom Holland Could Play Link In Netflix’s Zelda Show
Word on the street is that Netflix is apparently looking to develop The Legend of Zelda for its streaming platform that could either debut as a TV show or a movie (or possibly both). Nothing official has since been announced, but a report from We Got This Covered has revealed some additional details.

Sony Teases New God Of War Title For PS5
The last time Sony released a new God of War title for the PlayStation platform was back in 2018. However, the title released back then marked a slightly different approach Sony has taken in the past, where Kratos would be the main character. Instead, in this particular release, we saw Kratos share the spotlight with his son.

The Sony PS5 DualSense Controller Will Cost $70 Each
Sony recently announced its PS5 where it is priced at $499 for the regular version, and $399 for the digital version. However, both versions will come with a single controller, also known as the DualSense controller, so what if you wanted to play a local co-op game with your friends? You’d need to buy a new controller.

Be Prepared To Pay More For Next-Gen Console Games
For the most part, a lot of modern games are priced around the $60 mark, which can be quite expensive if you go through them quickly. However, it seems that we might need to start preparing for the new normal because with some of Sony’s PS5 titles, the company has priced them at $70. This is also applicable to games for the Xbox Series X.